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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. Image: Steve Brown; Logo: Steve Newman

Customer Reviews

Pay attention and laugh

Andrew and Richard play off each other like jazz musicians. They will work a seemingly random idea for humor, move on to another then effortlessly bring back an earlier idea, combine it with the new one for a great laugh. These two are worth the hour.

One of the best podcasts of all time

The late, great Collings & Herrin got me into its two hosts and their various projects, introduced me to a wide range of British popular culture and kept me entertained for a very long time.

Much improved!

I didn’t think much of the first couple of shows, especially considering this is Andrew Collins from “Lloyd Cole Knew My Father” and Richard Herring from cult student television in the 90s. However, they’re getting good (the sound quality has also improved), the show is much funnier than when it first started. I’d like to hear more about Mr. Collins’ unorthodox (some say mad) beliefs and maybe a little less of Mr. Herring’s ironic sexism (I liked the insecure, obsessive stuff I used to read on his blog). I’m aware that its seems churlish to be critical of something that is completely free, fairly enjoyable and helps me get through a journey to work, but churlish I be. Heh. Churlish.