Here are a few lectures -- one on economics and the other on resurrection of Jesus -- by two scholars whom I greatly admire, especially N.T. Wright.
I set the links to Gary North's columns and website in the "Inform Your Worldview" column on the right side of the screen. However, the Wikipedia article is pretty informative on who Gary North is. I understand that many people don't like (or never heard of) Gary North, but I find his demeanor kind even if his past theology was in error. I am ambivalent towards his presuppostionalist philosophy, but as a Mises scholar and writer for Lew Rockwell, he is very informing. He has written many books including an economic commentary on the Bible, which I hope to subject to academic review as I pursue my Masters in Theology (or Masters in Divinity) and possibly my Ph.D (that's really far ahead in time; I'm think I should focus on my Master's first).
As for N.T. Wright, he is a New Testament Scholar and the Bishop of Durham. He is a fascinating scholar and an eloquent speaker and I suggest his lecture below. His unofficial website is awesome and it has plenty of writings and audio available. He is an advocate of New Perspective theology and his views on the resurrection are, in the words of a fellow religion major at La Salle, "refreshing and challenging." I also have a playlist on Youtube comprising of N.T. Wright videos which is much shorter than the videos below.