Best collings and herrin podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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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.
 
Robin Ince, Josie Long and guests discuss comedy, religion, Twitter, Facebook, science, evolution and comedy.
 
This is an audio version of Richard Herring's Warming Up blog, available to read at www.richardherring.com/warmingup, but there might be a few little extra surprises thrown in as well and exclusive audio blogs. Warming Up is thought to be the second longest running consecutive daily blog in the world, having been started in November 2002. Richard Herring is a comedian and writer and podcaster who you can also hear in the Collings and Herrin podcast and AIOTM
 
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Support our Kickstarter to bring back AIOTM (aiotm) here - www.gofasterstripe.com/kickstarterRichard is bristling from more anarchic behaviour in the swimming pool and pitching ideas for Dragon's Den. His guests are Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann from rival Sony Gold and Silver (but crucially not bronze) winning podcast Answer Me This!. They seem ...…
 
Support our Kickstarter to bring back AIOTM (aiotm) here - www.gofasterstripe.com/kickstarterRichard is bristling from more anarchic behaviour in the swimming pool and pitching ideas for Dragon's Den. His guests are Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann from rival Sony Gold and Silver (but crucially not bronze) winning podcast Answer Me This!. They seem ...…
 
This is GBA 200 pt 1 with guest host Helen Zaltzman.The #GBA200 season will celebrate 200 episodes of Getting Better Acquainted with a week of daily episodes where the script is switched and the people I know interview me. It's taking place from the 16th-20th of March. The guest hosts are Helen Zaltzman, Chella Quint, Sophia Walker and James Mc ...…
 
RHLSTP #36: Helen and Olly from Answer Me This! - Okapi Sandwich. Richard is bristling from more anarchic behaviour in the swimming pool and pitching ideas for Dragon's Den. His guests are Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann from rival Sony Gold and Silver (but crucially not bronze) winning podcast Answer Me This. They seem to hold some kind of grudge ...…
 
Part two of the interview sees Richard talking about his standup. He explores his status and persona onstage, admits which subjects he finds difficult to include in his act, and reflects on his frustration at being labelled derivative of his ex-double act partner. We also discuss the future of comedy in Britain and Richard's optimism in the fac ...…
 
Part two of the interview sees Richard talking about his standup. He explores his status and persona onstage, admits which subjects he finds difficult to include in his act, and reflects on his frustration at being labelled derivative of his ex-double act partner. We also discuss the future of comedy in Britain and Richard's optimism in the fac ...…
 
Richard Herring is a prolific comedian, blogger and podcaster, comprehensively mining his every experience for comic potential. As well as exploring the unique resource of his daily blog, his online strategy and some of his maddeningly self-indulgent impulses, we also discuss his success, and whether it will ever live up to his aspirations... P ...…
 
Richard Herring is a prolific comedian, blogger and podcaster, comprehensively mining his every experience for comic potential. As well as exploring the unique resource of his daily blog, his online strategy and some of his maddeningly self-indulgent impulses, we also discuss his success, and whether it will ever live up to his aspirations...Pa ...…
 
It’s taken them four years to reach one hundred episodes and the deluded simpletons believe that this is some kind of achievement. Collings and Herrin who began at the same time as them, had done 167 episodes by the time they melted down and went up China last year. This makes celebrating a hundred episodes futile. But you have to let them have ...…
 
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 about. Does it work? Only you can decide.…
 
BONUS! PRETEND PODCASTS! The Tugwell Tape Pt 6: The End Of History. Yes, having regaled you electronically with the entire 6 Music archive with the music taken out, from the end of 2006, through to the end of 2009, this is the final Collins and Herring 6 Music appearance of that period, and also historic in its own way: our first dep for Adam a ...…
 
BONUS! PRETEND PODCASTS! The Tugwell Tape Pt 5: In this penultimate offering from the celestial Graham Tugwell Collins and Herring 6 Music archives, we find Andrew and Richard being invited for the first time ever to co-host someone else's show, in this case Jon Richardson's popular Sunday morning show. Their excitement is palpable. The talk mo ...…
 
BONUS! PRETEND PODCASTS! The Tugwell Tape Pt 4: The next four vintage 'pretend podcasts' (they weren't podcasts) from Andrew Collins and Richard Herring, coincide with the filming of the latter's ITV1 comedy-drama You Can Choose Your Friends. Among those topical things discussed on consecutive Saturdays 24 Feb, 3 March, 10 March, 17 March 2007, ...…
 
BONUS! PRETEND PODCASTS! The Tugwell Tape Pt 3: Bone-us! As if there aren't *enough* podcasts with Richard Herring on, here are the latest Tugwell Tapes, Pt3, ie. music-free recordings of the half-hour topical review that Richard used to do on Andrew's Saturday afternoon 6 Music show in the Olden Days of 2006-07 (and turned out to be a prototyp ...…
 
BONUS! PRETEND PODCASTS! The Tugwell Tape Pt 2: three more 'pretend podcasts' from that weird yesteryear-style parallel universe when Andrew had a regular weekend radio show on 6 Music and Richard was his jolly guest, and these music-free newspaper reviews were a brief initiative. We reach the end of 2006, including a solo show by Richard on Ch ...…
 
BONUS PRETEND PODCASTS: THE TUGWELL TAPES Pt 1. Thanks to podcast-counting buccaneer archivist Graham Tugwell, we have unearthed the whole of the Collins and Herring Pretend Podcasts, which weren't podcasts. It's the weekly newspaper review Andrew and Richard used to do at weekends on 6 Music nearly five years ago, but with the indie music fill ...…
 
In Podcast 166, Richard takes sluggish to new levels and Andrew singularly fails to awaken the Kracken of his usually ebullient personality, even when he reveals that Malcolm X wrote a prototype of the famous joke, 'I'm not saying I'm Jesus, that is for other people to say,' and tries to recruit him for further singalongs, including The Dambust ...…
 
With Andrew Collins and Katy Wix. Matthew, Ben and Tom are bickering over who is going to pick up a parcel from the post depot. Collings & Herrin's Andrew Collins tells us about an unusual package he received from one of the Levellers and bungalow-dwelling Katy Wix from off of the TV recounts how she once took a delivery of sausage from a butch ...…
 
At last! The Podcast 165 Show! Although we threatened the end the podcast last week, we decided to keep it going for one more week, as Andrew was coming round to Richard's anyway before they went off to see Jerry Seinfeld at the O2 Arena in London and they had some time to kill. On a swelteringly hot day, in order to get through one more podcas ...…
 
It's Podcast 164, which shall be called Podcast 165, because we can't count. No, it is 164. It is. Because the last one was 163, which is the number that comes before it. The question is: will it be the LAST EVER Collings and Herrin Podcast? The two double espressos inside Richard's system certainly did their best to make it so, as did the comb ...…
 
In podcast 163, we start free-forming and spitballing Richard's next Edinburgh show, What Is Love Anyway?, by having a shouting match about whether Prince Charles fancies Camilla Parker-Bowles, his wife, more than he fancies Pippa Middleton, the sister of his daughter-in-law, and if, when asked, he says he does fancy Camilla more than Pippa, he ...…
 
Due to a superinjunction, Podcast 162 contains nothing. Except a bit about Pippa Middleton's bum. And Stewart Lee's Teflon coating. And the superinjunctions. And Bin Laden's pants. And that's it. What can we do? The law is the law.By Comedy.co.uk.
 
Yes! (That's: YES!) First with all the big news stories, we devote the whole of Podcast 161 to - SPOILER ALERT! - the news that a man has been killed in another country who may or may not have been armed and may or may not have used a woman as a shield. We don't actually, but because Richard has - YES! - been booked at the very last minute to d ...…
 
Another one from the tank! In our tireless quest to keep you all topped up at all times until we are all dead, we present another pre-record, Podcast 160 - a very unhelpful score in darts - in which we answer questions posed via Twitter two weeks ago. Because we had threatened to record this one while assembling Richard's new snooker table, man ...…
 
Another from the tank again this week, Podcast 159 was recorded two weeks ago, and is, as is now traditional, based upon your questions posed via the miracle of Twitter. Such as: what object would you rescue in a fire, what do you think of AV (yes, some of the questions were that interesting), could you beat Adam and Joe in a fight, have you br ...…
 
Be gentle with us: this is only the second time we have recorded a podcast - Podcast 158 - using the new Toscom DR-10000000 digital recorder, whose HD sound quality was so good last time that audiophiles threw their hats in the air and jumped for joy ... before catching their hats and starting to complain and moan about the large file size. Giv ...…
 
A new dawn for the Collings and Herrin podcast: 157 has been recorded on a Tascam DR-100 portable digital recorder, which Richard bought online in the middle of the night while on tour and which came with a free 6'x3' snooker table. Whether we should have had the new machine switched to UNI or OMNI is still a moot point, but hopefully not a mut ...…
 
From the tank where we put all our spare podcasts (it is not really a tank of any kind), we present Podcast 156, which we recorded two weeks ago and is thus built around questions posed on March 15 by people on Twitter, some of whom were so greedy and megalomaniacal they posted a number of questions. You'll have to listen to it to find out whic ...…
 
Bonus! In the latest of our free, Richard-is-on-tour, back-up, pre-recorded podcasts from the past for the future, we reach 155, a non-topical game of two halves. In the first half, we have a chin-stroking, Newsnight Review-style discussion of American comedy, from Larry Sander and Zack Garofolo (as we call him, for convenience) to Fat Bastard ...…
 
Richard's back! For one day only! So we present a brand new, topical podcast, Number 154 (numbered after the excellent 1979 album by the post-punk group Wire, one of Richard's favourites). Rather than dwell on the horrible geological events in Japan, we turn instead to the last two weeks of Richard's tour and go through his diary looking for in ...…
 
While Richard is away on tour, braving the threats and prayers of Christians who've seen his poster, we present a special, non-topical, 'pre-recorded' Podcast 153, based upon the one-word themes suggested by the nerds of Twitter two weeks ago. The words that inspired and stumped us include: revolution, fish, robots, liberation, ennui, boobs, no ...…
 
Will Andrew get through the whole of Podcast 152, recorded the night after the Oscars, without finding out who won? He is attempting, Likely Lads style, to avoid the results all day so that he can watch the ceremony on Sky+ and fast-forward through the adverts and the rubbish bits in the studio in Isleworth about the dresses. This high level in ...…
 
In Podcast 151, fuelled in Richard's case by a variety of different caffeine sources, we celebrate the Royal Engagement Gold Plated Photographic Coin, available for 39.99 plus 3.99 postage and packaging but only three per household, the impression of a bloated spider being pulled off currently by Colonel Gadaffi, the demise of Masterchef, the s ...…
 
Richard's back from Maldives International with some colour in his cheeks, a whiff of seafood curry about his pores and some exciting seabird knowledge, Andrew's back from Braintree Freeport railway station with far too much information about David Cameron's Big Society and a casting-couch pass, and we're back in the attic for Podcast 150, a go ...…
 
Even though Richard is still in the Maldives, or an adjacent morgue, wearing a Sombrero or whatever people wear in the Maldives, here is another bonus podcast, this time with an historic and even archeological twist. Think back to the end of 2006, when podcast were still a new-fangled invention, and Andrew had his own weekend show on 6 Music, o ...…
 
Bonus! Even though Richard is drinking a pina collada in the Maldives with his imaginary girlfriend, or lying dead in the sea if his plane went down, we bring you Podcast 149, which was recorded (contrary to what we say in the intro) on October 29, 2010, in Richard's VW Golf on the Eastbound M4 from Bristol to London. We hope you enjoy it, and ...…
 
Recorded in a carefully constructed television set designed to look like the post-apocalyptic attic flat of a sad, lonely old man who collects electronic equipment, Podcast 148 - the closest you'll get to our THIRD BIRTHDAY PODCAST!!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US!!! - is our subtle riposte to the Andy Gray/Richard Keys sexism scandal: an hour-long tri ...…
 
Phew! Having almost broken both this podcast and the 6 Music show since last week, we finally start to mend things. Richard suggests introducing a 'safe word' to our sado-masochistic faux-marriage: GEOFF LLOYD. So, whenever Richard goes too far in his violent, psychotic bullying of what he believes to be a fictional character, Andrew can say 'G ...…
 
In this, our 146th podcast, we emerge from an aborted first go, which descended into over-caffeinated shouting, but we kissed and made up, Andrew had a boiled egg, and we started anew. (You wouldn't have liked it.) Thus, it's conventional podcast satire ahoy, with a sideways look at Kenneth Tong, Colin Firth, Greg Davies, Edward Woollard, Simon ...…
 
Our first podcast of 2011 finds us in a reflective but ultimately positive and upbeat mood, filled with hope and good cheer for the new year and all the challenges and opportunities for change and self-improvement and spiritual fulfillment it may bring: perhaps an unnecessary and expensive hair transplant like the already financially unstable G ...…
 
It wasn't supposed to happen, but it did, like a last little burst of Christmas fairy magic: Podcast 144, recorded on the eve of New Year's Eve 2010. It's a very special kind of Review Of The Year, in which we barely mention the year, or review it. No Chilean miners, no coalition government, no X-Factor autotuning scandal! But hey, you can have ...…
 
In a tradition that now stretches back to 2008, we join festive forces with the heavily bearded Messrs Phill Jupitus and Phil Wilding for a Festive 12: that is, an overmanned Christmas edition of their now rarer-than-a-corncrake Perfect 10. In this special, extended, laptop-recorded version of what will be an exquisitely studio-recorded and pro ...…
 
In Podcast 143, or Podcast 202 according to the Tugwell Scale, or Podcast 203 depending on whether you include the most recent 6 Music podcast which actually became available while we were recording this one, we endure more Mac-based laptop misery when Richard's 'much better' MacBook packs up censoriously just before Richard describes in detail ...…
 
Is it Podcast 142, or is it, according to rogue podcast counter Graham Tugwell, Podcast 200? It's Podcast 142, although it may well be our 200th podcast, if you include 6 Music podcasts and other ephemera, as Graham Tugwell has done. It's a celebration either way, as Richard regresses to smutty schoolboy state and creates yet another brilliant ...…
 
In Podcast 141, we face death, in the face, and not just Bernard Matthews'. Not to mention the extortionate costs of hiring a people-carrier with a ridiculous name that most people would be too embarrassed to ask for on the phone, the intricacies of our close showbiz pal Jason Manford's career-change (actually, this bit is cut off in the middle ...…
 
In Podcast 140, or 192 if you're counting, probably, and somebody is, inaccurately, we celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton by recreating their now iconic pose in our photograph, even though there's no chance of us ever seeing our own engagement through to fruition, or appearing on I'm A Celebrity ... Get ...…
 
In a burglarious return to Richard's attic after an extended period of podcasting in theatres, Masonic lodges, BBC studios and VW Golfs, Number 139 has a lot to process: the last ever ridiculously long and boring list of dedications to people who have given us 50p for sponsorship (yes - the last ever; deal with it); Richard's recent experience ...…
 
God save the Queen! From the unusual, slightly spooky and arcane, Da Vinci Code-style environs of the Masonic Hall in Cardiff, we present live podcast 138, which was also filmed, by Chris Evans Not That One for future inclusion of the next CH podcast CD (which we had recorded during the day: four brand new, exclusive podcasts, plus some teen po ...…
 
Collings and Herrin Podcast 137, belated, comes from the Bristol Old Vic Jam festival. Recorded in front of a patient and helpful audience at the Studio, not the main theatre, because we were 'in the round' we opted to move around, a quarter at a time, every 15 minute, so as to spread ourselves out over the full circle of the audience. It was a ...…
 
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