It sounds like the video is saying (link with a time stamp corresponds the following)

All right, on to today's show, which is ...

I guess this is an expression to drag the attention of audience back on to a topic.

the question is,

Is on to a conventional contraction of "let's back on to" when presenting a lecture?

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No. "Let's back on to" is not idiomatic.

"On to [something]" is a short form of "moving on [to something]" which indicates a change to a different subject or activity.

In the video, the speaker finishes promoting her website, and then indicates a subject change by saying "on to today's show..."

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