I like listening to native YouTube content. Many of the Japanese youtubers add subtitles, so it’s easy to double check your listening comprehension.
Also there’s a great channel for Japanese students (it’s all in Japanese but the teachers speak slowly and use simple explanations):
I’m surprised it’s not paid content honestly. Nihongo no Mori have very good quality classes on YouTube. There’re different series, such as JLPT prep for different levels, Kansai dialect tutorials etc.
And since the start of the lockdown they do a live class every day with rotating topics: Grammar, Vocab, Songs, Expressions etc.
Another great resource is “Let’s learn Japanese from small talk!” podcast. It’s two Japanese girls talking about their lives and everyday things. Each episode comes with a vocab list that they read out in the end of the episode. So, you can listen once, then listen to the vocab and repeat the episode to understand more. They are targeting Japanese learners, so they are speaking in a simplified way.