I came across NASA's ISS Live feed looking for something else on line and thought it might be of interest and of possible use in outreach or educational settings.
Great views of earth, though mostly clouds and sea, and best when the orientation of the camera shows the earth apparently rotating rapidly underneath the ISS in the line of travel. It's like looking out of the windscreen.
This is a typical view
There's an ISS sunset or sunrise every 45 minutes so the screen is black during the 'night' phases unless there's city light pollution to see or lightning storms. There is audio of comms with ground control and interior shots.