Once again, the game's afoot! Out of the fog-shrouded night comes the world-renowned consulting detective and his ever-faithful amanuensis to battle the crimes, solve the mysteries, and reveal all that could ever possibly be known. Here are Holmes and Watson at their best.
John Patrick Lowrie stars as Sherlock, with Lawrence Albert as the good doctor in seventeen elegant adaptations of original stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Produced by radio legend Jim French, these nineteenth century tales are told in a twentieth century style, with twenty-first century audio technique.
Episodes Include: The Red-Headed League 07-27-2014; A Case Of Identity 09-21-2014; The Blanched Soldier 11-16-2014; The Adventure Of The Speckled Band 01-25-2015; The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor 03-22-2015; The Crooked Man 04-12-2015; The Adventure of the Copper Beeches 05-31-2015; The Engineer's Thumb 06-21-2015; His Last Bow 07-12-2015; The Stock Broker's Clerk 09-27-2015; The Solitary Cyclist 10-11-2015; The Reigate Squires 10-18-2015; The Valley of Fear - Part One 11-22-2015; The Valley of Fear - Part Two 11-29-2015; The Sign of Four - Part One: The Tragedy at Ponticherry Lodge 01-10-2016; The Sign of Four - Part Two: In Quest of a Solution 01-17-2016; The Sign of Four - Part Three: The Great Agra Treasure 01-24-2016.
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This collection is another excellent example of the high quality of acting found in Jim French productions. The acting is superior to what you find in the much older radio versions of Sherlock Holmes stories.
I cannot recommend these recordings highly enough. The production is just excellent as is the script writing. But, among the most enjoyable parts of Jim French Productions is the nuance, the humour, and the attention to detail. Thank you, Mr. French, and all of your casts.
Stays true to the original Conan Doyle stories,