I listened to the NASA radio recordings and transcripts from the NASA website of Apollo 11 in real time on the 50th anniversary back in 2019 and it was very interesting.
They are running the program again (July 16-24) for the 53rd anniversary, synched in real time, and I stumbled onto it belatedly today. The astronauts are already on their way home so I missed most of it. You can switch the feed to hear different things like control room chatter and so on. Capcom is usually the most interesting feed.
The NASA site has the missions archived for streaming, and you can start them from the beginning whenever you feel like it, or watch in real time on their fifty-year anniversary dates. Apollo 16 was in April and the anniversary of Apollo 17 is coming up in December.
The Apollo 15, 16, and 17 missions were especially good as the TV coverage was finally pretty decent. The last Apollo mission (17) was in December of 1972 ─ my how time flies.