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Me1 vs Me2 Snooker with Richard Herring
A surreal podcast series from Richard Herring. In this show, he recreates his lonely childhood by playing himself at snooker; commentating as he plays. Madness!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 471 ratings
Great to hear that I was not the only one that played and commented like this (though as a child) Great nostalgic podcast Thank you Richard. I look forward to listening to a morning and evening podcast daily (if not a few more) over the coming days.
John of Coogee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/10/20
A True Visionary
These players and their entourage have been self-isolating for years, and now the cool kids are finally catching up. Learn from the masters, not their pupils, by listening to this genius podcast.
Iain Haslam via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/16/20
I love Rich
Team Me 2 all the way👍
Kenobi11111 via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 01/30/20
Recent Episodes
Frame 108 - Squashed Fly At Night, Snooker's Delight. After last week's unusual outbreak of maturity, will the players be up for concentrating on the beautiful game? Probably not, let's face it. But it's an interesting frame that breaks several records and leaves the Referee in a green ball...
Published 09/15/20
Frame 107 - Astonishing. This frame decides which Me is best after 100 non-void frames (technically last week's frame did that as one frame was a draw) but who will be ahead or level at the end of this important yet also meaningless milestone in this best of infinity contest? The level of snooker...
Published 09/08/20
Frame 106 - Green Screen Trip Hazard. An unprepared Richard Herring has just got his kids (almost) to bed and made his wife dinner and now his evening is his own, so he's playing snooker against himself and talking to himself. It's another thrilling frame though. Will the tides of fortune turn...
Published 09/02/20
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