“The game is afoot” On the trail of Sherlock Holmes

The huntsman’s name is Death, his horse’s name is Time – no limit to the adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle in London – why May 4, 1891 is so important – it almost killed him – the Red-Headed League – Holmes’ death – black cloak with a red-tipped collar – Winston Churchill attended that dinner – Holmes and Doyle are all over London – you can still just spot where the entrance was – the identity of the man behind the beard – what went into the pot to make Sherlock Holmes – don’t you hear the Death Hound baying at your heel? – Baker Street – Wimpole Street – Regent Street – the Athenaeum Club – the Strand – the Lyceum Theatre – Vienna – Reichenbach Falls – the Hound of the Baskervilles – Guided (and podcast) by actor Richard Burnip, who specialised in early detective fiction at university, played Dr Watson on stage, contributes to the Sherlock Holmes Journal – is the Audiobooks reader for the Dr John Watson quartet…



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