Episode 9: The Copper Beeches

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!

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Stephen Fry: A Sherlockian Conversation

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.

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Episode 7: The Blue Carbuncle

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!

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Episode 6: The Speckled Band

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.

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Episode 5: The Crooked Man

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.

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Episode 4: The Solitary Cyclist

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. 

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Episode 3: The Naval Treaty

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 stage play written by Jeremy Paul and starring Jeremy Brett and Edward Hardwicke, here:  https://jgkeegan.com/sh/secsh.htm

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The game is afoot.

Greetings, friends and colleagues. And welcome to The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast website – 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 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 with a specific eye on Jeremy Brett in the role he was destined to immortalize.

The show will be live soon on iTunes, etc. Thanks for your patience. Comments, questions? Contact us at contact@sherlockpodcast.com.