Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sherlock’s helping turn Benedict Cumberbatch into a global star

Check out this great interview with Benedict Cumberbatch in which he talks about Sherlock and Elementary.  He’s very diplomatic about Elementary and says that there is room for both modern adaptations but clearly feels uneasy about the situation – especially … Continue reading

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RAT, WEDDING and BOW – three little words, one big mystery

RAT, WEDDING and BOW – three little words, one big mystery BBC Sherlock creator Steven Moffat has announced these three words as a hint about series three.  He was speaking at the Sherlock Masterclass as part of the Media Guardian … Continue reading

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Undershaw – let’s keep the fight alive

With all the excitement over CBS’ Elementary and Mark Gatiss confirming that series three of Sherlock begins filming next January, please don’t forget about the fight to save Undershaw. All the buzz and excitement which now exists about Sir Arthur … Continue reading

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Debates and demonstrations – a great finale to Sherlock Holmes week

On Saturday I was lucky enough to take part in the live Sherlock Holmes debate 3.  A group of Holmesian experts got together in London and via the internet to debate which was the best story in the original Sherlock … Continue reading

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Launched today – my new book ‘56 Sherlock Holmes Stories in 56 Days’

I’m so excited about this one because all royalties will be going to The Undershaw Preservation Trust.  I feel good to know that in my own small way I am helping to protect the former home of Sir Arthur Conan … Continue reading

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