Frello ("French Listening Lessons Online") was started up in July 2016 by two young fellows from Normandy who are making a business out of online conversation lessons. The useful part for French teachers and their pupils is the videos section of the site which hosts two sets of videos, at beginner and intermediate level. The short to-camera, very home-made video clips are hosted on Vimeo and come with transcripts and short interactive quizzes. The quality of the sound is adequate and the speakers slow down their language to a suitable level.
The topics covered so far at beginner level include: likes and dislikes, food, countries, family, house, daily routine and clothes. At intermediate level (Foundation/Higher GCSE) topics include: who do you admire, breakfast, pastimes, childhood dreams, school and "Have you ever had your heart broken?" (!). More videos are being added all the time.
The interactive quizzes aren't thorough enough for classroom use, but could be used as part of a homework, though, or included in a computer room/iPad lesson..
I think these videos would be a useful supplement to classroom topic work. You might choose to copy and paste the transcripts to make more intensive lessons out of them (e.g. with gap-fill tasks) or just use them as an informal filler or plenary, for example.
Here is Théo, who seems like a jolly nice chap, presenting his site.
Présentation - Théo pour Frello from Frello on Vimeo.