For Biblical Hebrew, apparently in a sephardic accent, Aleph with Beth is what you want:
you can get a bittorrent file for the first seventy or so lessons.
I've just done the first fifty lessons (about a hundred or so videos, watch one per day and then watch yesterday's again, so maybe an hour a day) and it's wonderful.
The only reason I did it is because it seems to be considered in the Latin and ancient Greek communities to be the ideal to which ancient language teaching should aspire, and I wanted to find out what that was like.
It's constantly interesting and fun, I've almost never had to use the companion grammar they provide, and it clearly works. I can usually understand immediately when Beth reads a new bit of the Bible out loud.
No effort involved. Just watch the videos.
She's even getting me interested in the actual Bible stories.
I can hardly read or write it though, it's all going in aurally and writing hasn't been necessary. An amazing experience.
I really can't recommend it highly enough.