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The Collings and Herrin Podcasts
In this topical, rambling podcast series, Andrew Collins and Richard Herring attempt to recreate the golden days of Andrew's old radio programme where they used to talk about what's in the newspapers, except now they're not at the BBC but at Richard's dining table using an in-built mic on his laptop. Do they recapture that unforced magic? Only you can decide.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 1,426 ratings
Am relistening to this seven years after the dragon lady went bad and killed all those drug dealers with homeopathic gay testicles. Up to episode 7 now and many of the key plot points are in place. The first mentions of Obama, homeopathy, Jon Gaunt, asparagus, paedos. I imagine the Shocking...Read full review »
weavehole via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/18/19
This podcast may have ended in or around 2012, but its one i constatnly revisit. I must have heard every episode at least 5 or 6 times. They never fail to amuse me, catch me unexpectedly off guard with the purile humour, or shocking outbursts. Its even more fascinating listening to these shows...Read full review »
JohnGalantini via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/28/19
It is mah favourite podcast
Really enjoyable, sad it's not still goingRead full review »
Proud tax payer via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 04/28/15
Recent Episodes
Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast 140. It's the first time Andrew Collins and Richard Herring have spoken in over 60 months and it would be foolish to deny that there might be come tensions bubbling beneath (and all over) the surface, but there's still time for some banter that...
Published 07/19/17
No preamble. Podcast 167 comes exactly 21 weeks after Podcast 166, due to philosophical differences. Here we are again. Same attic, same settee, same hardware, same mugs, same lighting, less clutter, slightly different feng shui, nothing to prove, and arguably too much to talk about, and argue...
Published 11/04/11
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