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Welcome to The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast - a show devoted to revisiting and honoring the world's greatest portrayal of the world's greatest detective. From 1984 to 1994, Granada Television produced what is arguably the best (and most complete) depiction of the legendary detective’s Adventures, Memoirs, Case-Books and many Returns. Spanning 36 episodes and 5 movies, producer Michael Cox created a Sherlockian experience like no other. This podcast will examine that timeless series w ...
 
The Baker Street Babes are an all-female group of Sherlock Holmes fans who talk about everything from canon to Cumberbatch, Charles Augustus Milverton to Jude Law, and dancing men to Jeremy Brett. We love Sherlock Holmes and we love having well informed, but also quite fun discussions about it. We’re all young and we’re all females, but we’re all die hard Sherlockians/Holmesian. It’s a demographic within the Sherlock Holmes fandom that is new and growing and doesn’t yet have a voice. We hope ...
 
This is a Sherlock Holmes podcast. By two brothers. Hence: Sherlock Brolmes. (See what we did there?) We'll mainly be focusing on the era-defining Jeremy Brett TV version and the original stories. But, y'know, we'll be looking at Sherlock as well. Because it has its own type of greatness too. (And because the merest mention of Cumberbatch builds traffic.) Sherlock Brolmes is brought to you by the idiots who make Bruvjoy podcast. (One Lovejoy. Two Brothers.)
 
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Director David Carson (The Blue Carbuncle, The Resident Patient, The Musgrave Ritual, The Six Napoleons) shares stories of his time on the Granada Sherlock Holmes series and his memories of the great Jeremy Brett. Please remember to like, rate, and subscribe! Feedback: contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/sherlockpodcast Twitter: ww…
 
Prepare for war! In this episode, Inspector Lestrade ponders the mystery of The Second Stain whilst Holmes and Watson investigate the theft of an important government document. Also, Luke and Gus discuss deleted beekeeping sequences, the mystical properties of sepia-tone, British income taxes, and more. Plus, listener telegrams! Please remember to …
 
Actress Barbara Wilshere (who portrayed Violet Smith in The Solitary Cyclist) shares fond memories of her time on the Granada series. Please remember to like, rate, and subscribe! Feedback: contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/sherlockpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/sherlockpod Web: www.sherlockpodcast.com The Sherlockian Relics Co…
 
In this episode, Holmes and Watson search the grounds of the mysterious Priory School for Lord Saltire, the missing son of the Duke of Holdernesse. Director John Madden (Shakespeare in Love) masterfully directs this installment of the series. Gus and Luke discuss horseshoes, tyre tracks, and the significant differences between Doyle’s original stor…
 
Actress Prim Hardwicke talks with Gus and Luke about her life with the late, great Edward Hardwicke and the adventures they shared during the making of the Granada series. Please remember to like, rate, and subscribe! Feedback: contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/sherlockpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/sherlockpod Web: www.sherloc…
 
Sherlock Returns! In this episode, Holmes and Watson reunite inside of The Empty House to thwart the plans of Col. Sebastian Moran. Also, we are introduced to Mr. Edward Hardwicke, and Luke and Gus discuss the finer points of Baritsu. Plus updates on INTERSECT, the Relics Collection, listener telegrams, and more! Please remember to like, rate, and …
 
Yes, it's been a decade since the airing of BBC Sherlock's "A Study in Pink." And while time has absolutely no meaning in the age of COVID, it has been an extraordinary ten years of memories thanks to the little British show that surprised the world. So we take some time to talk about our memories of the Sherlock fandom and the crazy trajectory of …
 
In the season’s finale, Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty grapple with the solution to The Final Problem. Also, (with a heavy heart) we say farewell to Mr. David Burke, we get to know the legendary Eric Porter, and Luke and Gus reveal the first collection of Sherlockian Relics (plus listener telegrams and more)! Please remember to like, rate, …
 
In this installment, Holmes and Watson investigate the sinister intentions behind The Red-Headed League. Also, the “Napoleon of crime” rears his oscillating head, encyclopedias abound, and Luke and Gus amuse themselves by nitpicking this nearly flawless episode of the classic series. And, listener telegrams! Please remember to subscribe and rate th…
 
The world is a difficult place right now. A place where it's OK to not be OK. However, we do hope you're OK and that maybe some silly talk about "The Solitary Cyclist" and The Diogenes Club as places of social distancing may brighten your spirits. In this episode Maria and Ashley do just that while Curly, Lyndsay, Taylor, Sarah, and Amy check in wi…
 
In this episode, Holmes and Watson attempt to understand the undoing of The Resident Patient. Also, “Watson Learns The Trick”, Jeremy Brett whistles, and Luke and Gus discuss one of their favorite entries in the Granada series. Plus, listener telegrams! Please remember to subscribe and rate the show! Submit feedback to contact@sherlockpodcast.com P…
 
In this episode, the unhappy John Hector McFarlane implores Holmes and Watson to save him from the clutches of Inspector Lestrade and exonerate him of the murder of Jonas Oldacre, The Norwood Builder. Also, we get to know Colin Jeavons (the man behind Lestrade), Luke and Gus talk about their recent trip to The Mysterious Bookshop in New York, the p…
 
In this special interview episode, Gus and Luke are joined by Granada series writer Gary Hopkins (The Devil’s Foot, Shoscombe Old Place, The Golden Pince-Nez, The Mazarin Stone) to discuss his humble beginnings with Granada, the challenges he faced during the series run, his reminiscences of Jeremy Brett, and much more. In addition to writing for t…
 
In this episode, Mycroft Holmes enlists the aid of his brother, Sherlock, and Dr. Watson to solve the mystery of The Greek Interpreter. Luke and Gus discuss sticking plaster, St Vitus' Dance, and much more. Plus, listener telegrams! Please remember to subscribe and rate the show! Submit feedback to contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.c…
 
In this installment, Holmes and Watson visit the mysterious Copper Beeches, a new Violet appears, and brain-fever once again rears its sweaty head. Also, Gus and Luke reflect on their interview with Stephen Fry, they discuss their latest adventures in the UK, Frank Middlemass gets a little extra love, and more. Plus, listener emails! Please remembe…
 
In this special interview episode, Gus and Luke sit down with actor, author, and activist Stephen Fry to discuss his early, Sherlockian experiences, his love for the canon and the Granada series, his encounters with Mr. Jeremy Brett, and more. Please remember to subscribe and rate the show! Submit feedback to contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: ww…
 
In the final episode of season one, Holmes and Watson find themselves in possession of the mysterious gem, The Blue Carbuncle. We also examine the careers of composer Patrick Gowers and director David Carson. And Gus & Luke discuss hats, goose crops, and the unique properties of carbuncles. Plus, listener emails! Please remember to subscribe and ra…
 
In the 6th episode of season one, Holmes and Watson come face to face with the Speckled Band, we get to know Mrs. Hudson (Rosalie Williams), and Gus and Luke take a deep dive into this classic story. Please remember to subscribe and rate the show! Submit feedback to contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/sherlockpodcast Twitter: www.t…
 
In the 5th episode of season one, Holmes and Watson encounter a mysterious, Crooked Man, the cast and crew come to tears over changes to the story, we learn about the legendary John Hawkesworth, and Gus and Luke discuss the minutiae of this enigmatic entry to the series. Plus, we check the post for some listener emails. Please remember to subscribe…
 
Curly chats with Elinor Gray about her new conference: The Left Coast Sherlockian Symposium. The Left Coast Sherlockian Symposium was created in the vacuum of Sherlock Seattle, and molded in the image of , , and other Sherlockian events around the United States. LCSS is a fun and educational weekend of talks, socializing, and friendship in the Paci…
 
In the 4th episode of season one, Holmes and Watson ponder the appearance of a Solitary Cyclist. Is this the best episode of the Granada series? Gus and Luke try hard to find any faults in this stellar entry to the series. Also, a trip report from London - including a brush with the seedy underbelly of Shepherd’s Bush. Please remember to subscribe …
 
In the third episode of season one, Holmes and Watson investigate the theft of The Naval Treaty. Gus and Luke examine brain-fevers, shadow-boxing, and alternate theories to the solution of this classic entry to the Granada series. As mentioned in the podcast, you can find the only existing audio recording of the The Secret of Sherlock Holmes, the s…
 
BSB Amy and our good friend Chris Zordan discuss everything Irene Adler with a wonderful audience at 221B Con. Who was Irene Adler? Why is she so important to fans even though she only appears in one story? Taking on this larger than life adventuress that bested Sherlock Holmes is something many adaptations (all adaptations?) get kinda wrong. Why i…
 
Join us for our live podcast at 221B Con speaking with the one and only Nancy Springer, author of the Enola Holmes series. Where did Enola come from? What was Nancy's favorite book? Why did Florence Nightingale have 56 white Persian cats? We get the details about the film announcement starring Millie Bobbie Brown from Stranger Things and the ingeni…
 
It's not every day you find an entire re-creation of 221B Baker Street... it's even rarer when that re-creation is in Los Angeles. Chuck Kovacic is a longtime Sherlockian and utterly devoted to having the most authentic Sherlock Holmes sitting room in the world. The amount of detail and research that has been poured into the room where so many of t…
 
Babe Ardy visits Bonnie MacBird for tea, shortbread, and a discussion of Unquiet Spirits, the second of MacBird's trilogy of Holmes pastiches. Join us to hear about what it's like to write and research a Holmes novel, including tales of location-scouting for books, and visiting whisky distilleries by way of research. We also chat about the historic…
 
We interview one of our own this go around as Amy, Sarah, and guest extraordinaire Elinor sit down with Lyndsay Faye about her new short story collection: The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes. The Whole Art of Detection is an amazing group of lost Sherlock Holmes tales. How did she think up the stories? Where did they come …
 
We're back! And with a live recorded podcast at 221B Con, our favorite Sherlock Holmes convention. This episode is with Martin Powell, whom you may know from comics or Disney or marvel or children's books or ... y'know... Sherlock Holmes! We chat with him about how Holmes keeps coming back into his life, his amazing friendship with Ray Bradbury, Dr…
 
Join Lyndsay, Tiffany and Ashley as they break down the nerve wracking, adrenaline filled third and final episode of BBC’s Sherlock Series Four ‘The Final Problem’. We were left perched at the edge of our seats as we watched Sherlock, John, and Mycroft take on the mysterious Euros. All of the events thus far have brought us to this final explosive …
 
Join Sora, Sarah, Amy, Lyndsay, and Maria for an emotional reaction and discussion of the second episode of Series Four of BBC's Sherlock. 'The Lying Detective' has Sherlock estranged from Dr. John Watson and obsessed over media personality, businessman, and philanthropist Culverton Smith. There's mystery! Killings! Drugs! Lots of anger, lots of em…
 
(Please note that the episode contains extensive spoilers for The Six Thatchers.) Ashley, Lyndsay, and Amy react to BBC Sherlock Season 4's opening episode, a complicated international tale with a meta focus and impressive performances. They dissect the complicated plot and put a magnifying glass on the direction of Sherlock as a whole, questioning…
 
In this episode Babes Maria, Lyndsay, Amy, and Tiffany take a look at the connections, overlap, and similarities of our favorite consulting detective and the many characters of Shakespeare's creation. From Jeremy Brett to John Barrymore to Jonathan Pryce to Peter O'Toole and Benedict Cumberbatch, many of the actors who played Holmes in their life a…
 
Welcome all to the latest edition of Baker Street Babes Live and Local: New York Public Library Edition! This June, Babe Lyndsay was honored to be a guest panelist for a fascinating discussion of the Holmes mythos at the Mid-Manhattan Library. Helmed by the erudite and charming hostess of the monthly ASH Wednesday meetings, noted Adventuress and Ir…
 
Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Baker Street Babes Episode #74! Babes Ashley and Lyndsay both were honored to have presented at the Baker Street Irregulars-sponsored UCLA symposium “Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen” in 2012. To boot, they were the editors of the book edition, which is . Join them along with colleague and hono…
 
Once again we return to 221B Con for a live podcast, this yearwith BBC Sherlock's David Nellist!Join BSBs Amy, Ashley, Taylor, and Sarah as we learn more aboutDavid's way of acting, his headcanons about Stamford (is heSECRETLY MORIARTY?!), what type of dog Stamford has, as well as hisfavorite roles he's played and wants to play.David Nellist will b…
 
It's the episode that started it all and launched a fandom and took over Tumblr. BBC Sherlock's A Study in Pink is more that the beginning of the modern journey of Sherlock and John, it was what brought many people into the Sherlock Holmes world. Join BSBs Maria, Amy, Sora, Tiffany, and Tamar for an in-depth discussion on BBC Sherlock's very first …
 
WELCOME to Episode 4 of SHERLOCK BROLMES. And this time it’s CUMBERBATCH… We, the Brothers Nash, are big fans of “SHERLOCK HOLMES”, especially the classic Jeremy Brett TV series. But we also very much like the modern-day “SHERLOCK”… So we forced ourselves to watch the long-awaited Victorian special repeatedly over the grim first days of 2016. Then …
 
Live from BSI Weekend! BSBs Curly, Lyndsay, and Maria got to sit down and chat with Bert Coules, head writer and creator of the BBC Sherlock Holmes radio series starring Clive Merrison and Michael Williams. This radio adaptation of the canon was the first to present all 60 stories (plus more!), and for many is the truest “Victorian” adaptation. We …
 
!!!THIS PODCAST AND FOLLOWING POSTING CONTAINS SPOILERS!!! If you have not seen the Sherlock special The Abominable Bride, do not read or listen because there is no saving you from all the spoilers. This is your final warning! We mean it! The Abominable Bride is here and she's taking no prisoners. We're transported back to Victorian London, Holmes'…
 
BSBs Ardy and Maria sit down with Ross K Foad, creator and star of the web series No Place Like Holmes. No Place Like Holmes was founded by in 2009 and hosts a multitude of video goodness for Sherlock Holmes fans in the form of its episodic . Featuring the excellent time traveling adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, No Place Like Holme…
 
WELCOME to the CHRISTMAS EPISODE THREE of SHERLOCK BROLMES. HO HO HO. We, the Brothers Nash, are really quite big fans of “SHERLOCK HOLMES”, especially the classic Jeremy Brett TV series. And we also like Christmas. So JOIN US as we skip along the snowy Victorian streets of THE BLUE CARBUNCLE… Which is actually set at Christmas (even if the origina…
 
BSBs Lyndsay and Ashley chat on the phone with legendary playwright Ken Ludwig about the hilariously ridiculous and exhilarating Baskerville, currently playing in Philadelphia at the Suzanne Roberts Theater. Get your deerstalker cap on—the play’s afoot! From the award-winning mastermind of mayhem, Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor), comes a fast-paced co…
 
By popular request we are doing reaction episodes for the first series of BBC's Sherlock! But we couldn't just jump in with "A Study In Pink." Oh no. We have to take a step back and look at the un-aired pilot. From skin tight jeans to leather jackets, Batman, and Hipster!lock, BSBs Amy, Maria, and Ardy dissect the original and see how it differs fr…
 
WELCOME to EPISODE TWO of SHERLOCK BROLMES. Welcome. As you may have guessed by now, we, the Brothers Nash, really are quite big fans of “SHERLOCK HOLMES”, especially the classic Jeremy Brett TV series. So JOIN US as we trip headlong into the second episode of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes… THE DANCING MEN. Full of, well, (chalky) dancing men, …
 
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