It was after taking a break from stand up himself that Herring got drawn into the world of podcasts. Playing "a naughty version" of himself, his favourite interviews are the ones with the "big laughs" - including Greg Davies and Bob Mortimer. With new guests lined up for his run of tours in theatres around the country, it's a hole Herring hopes he'll not be falling into again soon. Why you can trust Sky News. Herring explains: "I think it was the making of both of us really and I think it was probably good for both of us to also have a reason not to work with each other anymore as well. Frequently describing his preparation as "disorganised" and calling himself "reasonably good", he insists he's "not trying to get anything out of people". Herring explains: "We were a third of the writing team and so we wrote most of his [Partridge's] early material, but it's very much Steve Coogan's creation really, and Armando [Scottish satirist Armando Iannucci] as well, but it's Steve who came up with the character and the characterisation. A collection of silly, surreal, often downright rude questions, originally noted down in case his mind went blank, he has now published three volumes. Wednesday 6 November , UK.
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