I found it, without any explanation, in several places before I found that review. I imagine that Mehrgan came across it somewhere, and was unable to track it down.
Thank you a lot dear fivejedjon. Indeed, I heard it in one of 'My Family' episodes, and tried to find its definition in some pages, but there wasn't any definition. They had all been used in some other context. However, as I'm sort of familiar with the page rules, I always try to find the answer before I put up the question and put you in trouble.
Once again, many thanks to all respectable posters who patiently reply to our posts.
Me, and those like me, have learnt quite a lot of interesting things from you all!
Now that's an interesting sentence. It is clearly grammatically incorrect, as Mehrgan will instantly realise now that I have pointed it out - the subject form should be 'I'. However, I think that with the intervening 'and those like me', very few people would notice this, especially in speech. The lapse is also, I think, partly masked by the fact that the 'me' in 'like me' is correct. It is perhaps further masked by the correctness of the similar People/Those like me have learnt a lot.