Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English: phonetics clearly stated, with recordings with several speakers. Countable / uncountable status. No institutional access required.
Vocabulary pronounced out loud, with emphasis on -ED and -ING endings (for French students)
Speech programme which “reads” aloud any text you upload
Amazing search engine which will find the sentence you type as voiced in films
British Council: besides grammar flashcards and vocabulary lists, the site has, in the “general English” tab, many audio-visual documents with transcripts and activity suggestions.
British Library teaching resources: historical documents with proposed activities for pupils of various ages.
Nicholas Sowels, professor of Brtitish Studies at Paris-1 University, has a very valuable website with lots of activities, often on topical subjects.
Michael Riccioli, retired professor of British Studies (Paris Dauphine University) also offers many exercises on his website.
No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare’s plays along with translations into modern English
Audio-visual raw material
Animated Tales: 12 plays by Shakespeare adapted into 25 minute cartoons by various artists, originally produced by the BBC in the 1990s
In Our Time BBC Podcasts
Games and quizzes
The British-Irish Dialect Quizz: quizz created by the New York Times which maps local lexical variations