Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
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The name of Sherlock Holmes conjures images of gas-lit streets and dark mysteries from a bygone age. Solving crimes alongside his trusted friend Dr. John H. Watson, Holmes is, without a doubt, the most famous sleuth the world has ever known. For more than 100 years, he has been the subject of countless literary works, stage plays, films, television shows, and radio programs.
Now, with full authorization from the Conan Doyle estate, we bring you 23 newly written adventures as presented on the long-running dramatic radio series starring John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes, with Lawrence Albert as Dr. Watson, Rick May as Inspector Lestrade, and Mary Anne Dorward as Mary Watson.
Episodes Include: School for Scoundrels 07-15-2001; The Adventure of the Dover Maiden 08-09-2001; The Adventure of the Wycliffe Codicil 09-23-2001; The Tuttman Gallery 10-28-2001; The Bee and the Spider 11-18-2001; The Man Who Believed in Nothing 12-23-2001; The Death of Artemus Ludwig 01-13-2002; 36 Thayer Street 02-17-2002; The Adventure of the Farnham Grange 03-17-2002; The Adventure of the Lonely Harvester 07-28-2002; The Strange Death of Lady Sylvia Eicchorn 08-25-2002; The Mystery of the Patient Fisherman 10-27-2002; The Wizard of Baker Street 12-15-2002; The Diary of Anthony Moltaire 01-19-2003; The Singular Affair of Madame Planchette 02-16-2003; The Bardsley Triangle 04-13-2003; The Strange Case of Lord Halworth’s Kitchen 06-15-2003; The Adventure of the Voodoo Curse 06-22-2003; The Mystery of the Ten-Pound Note 07-27-2003; The Adventure of the Great American 08-24-2003; The Amateur Mendicant Society 09-08-2003; The Adventure of the Tontine 10-26-2003; The Goldolphin Arabian 11-23-2003.
Jim French Productions produced over 800 full-cast radio shows from 1975 through 2017, including such favorites as Harry Nile and The Classic Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, which were broadcast on radio in the United States under the Imagination Theatre banner. Originating on KVI AM radio, and later KIRO AM and KIXI AM radio, Imagination Theatre was nationally syndicated to an additional 120 broadcast outlets.
What members say
By J-me on 06-11-19
Sherlock meets Vaudeville, badly
I used a credit on this.. a whole valuable credit :((
The stories are really quite good, however the slapstick accents, the overacted minor characters, and the screeching violin churning out Scheherazade are too much and reduce this product to the amateur ranks. Not to mention the undergraduate audience cheering like stripshow birthday boys.
If you enjoy Sherlockian works, beware. This one is tolerable as long as you have your finger on the ff button.
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By Amazon Customer on 10-10-19
Good Additional Stories for Sherlock Enthusiasts
If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes and wish there were more stories, here you go...about 20 of them. These are radio plays, each a half hour. They should be 45 minutes because they spend about 28 minutes setting the story up, then Holmes very abruptly solves it...but, for someone jonesing for more Holmes stories, these will do fine.
By Jerri on 03-26-19
stories are good. only one problem.
I enjoyed the stories. I have a big problem with every time Watson was mentioned it was always John H Watson. Sometimes Dr Watson's name was put together so weirdly that it took me a bit to realize who they meant. Narrations were.good for most all of them. There were a couple that you could not tell the difference between the characters. Some stories seem to be the same ones that have already been recorded. But there was a different ending. Still over all enjoyed the book
By V. J. Hepden on 11-04-19
A good listen<br />
I enjoyed these stories of our Victorian sloothes, well written and read for a foreign production.