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Publisher's Summary

This volume includes 'The Greek Interpreter', 'The Naval Treaty', 'The Second Stain', and 'The Final Problem'.

Clive Merrison stars as Holmes with Michael Williams as Watson in these adventures, part of the unique fully dramatised BBC canon of Conan Doyle's short stories and novels featuring the world-famous sleuth.

©2004 BBC Audiobooks Ltd (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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Classic and Nostalgic - Holmes at his best

I grew up listening to these stories. My mother would buy these taps and play them in the car and I would listen to them on long car rides. Today, I still listen to them again and again -- and I'm very glad that Audible has them in such great condition.

The BBC did not cut corners with these productions. Professional actors on stage, screen or radio often frequent the casts. The stories are very faithful to Doyle's work. Frankly, I feel that Merrison (despite not being able to see him) is the quintessential Holmes and Williams is the perfect Watson (wise, romantic, friendly and sharp).

Like all of these productions - they are entertaining, fun and interesting to listen to. It truly feels like you are right there with Holmes and Watson in the room -- and are along for the ride. I highly recommend these stories.

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  • J. Tomasevic
  • 10-29-17

Utterly Compelling

These BBC productions are, without a doubt, the most wonderfully realised adaptations of the Conan Doyle stories. They cannot be topped. To single out what makes them so great is a silly task. Simply listen and be magically transported to Victorian London. The voice acting is sensational. The whole series is faultlessly executed, and appears to be a labour of love by all those involved.

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  • steve
  • 03-20-15

Very well done . adapted superbly .

Clive merrison and Michael Williams make sherlock holmes and Dr Watson live. very well voice acted

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Always brilliant

I hVe listened to these for years since they were on cassette and they sound as good today. Please buy

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  • 01-09-15

The Fabulous Holmes & Watson

Want 4 splendid hours of fun & crime? Listen to these Sherlock Holmes & you are in your perfect world. Excellent BBC productions take you into the life of the greatest fictional Victorian detective where you can almost smell the atmosphere. I have the complete collection of over 40 programs & can not fault any of them.