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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere

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 Episode 128: Sherlockian Coin Collecting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"a case of ancient coins" [3GAR]  Dr. Watson was once on the receiving end of a rebuke by Baron Adelbert Gruner in "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," Gruner upbraided Watson (who was incognito as Dr. Hill Barton, avid collector of Chinese pottery). When he admitted that he had not read Gruner's definitive book on the subject, he hid behind his profession:“I am a very busy man. I am a doctor in practice.” “That is no answer. If a man has a hobby he follows it up, whatever his other pursuits may be.Well, Greg Ruby has certainly found time for his passion. Greg founded the group The Fourth Garrideb, a Sherlockian society made up of those interested in coin collecting. He also developed a website to accompany it, with plenty of information for those so inclined. We cover Greg's early interested in Holmes and coins, and then take the time to explore some of the mentions of coinage in the Sherlock Holmes stories. There's much to cover, so gather up your loose change and sit close to the electronic Victrola... We end with a very special Editor's Gas-Lamp: Christopher Morley's own poem "The Sun's Over the Forearm," which inspired the medal for the Three Hours for Lunch Club. Information on sponsors, links, and notes available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of One Fixed Point in a Changing Age.The Baker Street Journal, where you can pick up the eBSJ for searching and reading all of the back issues of the BSJ through 2010. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 28.6 MB, 1:02:18 Notes1:32 Cha-CHING! Welcome 2:34 Burt's grandmother was very generous 4:23 What to do with your spare change 6:52 Wessex Press 8:07 The Breakfast of Ex-Champions 9:04 Welcome Greg Ruby 11:45 Don't take any Buffalo nickels 13:15 The joy of meeting coin collectors 18:23 Greg's first meeting with Sherlock Holmes was kismet 21:07 Significant coins in the Sherlock Holmes stories 27:00 Inconsistencies in coinage in the Canon 29:02 The Gibraltar set from Pobjoy Mint 33:25 The story behind the Three Hours for Lunch Club medal 38:10 The origin of The Fourth Garrideb 45:15 Chocolate Sherlock Holmes coins 49:25 A future for Sherlockian challenge coins? 53:15 Our own coin collecting pasts 55:42 The Baker Street Journal 57:32 Gas-Lamp 1:00:23 Your import/export assignment LinksMoney can be exchanged for goods and servicesThe Fourth Garrideb - Numismatics of Sherlock HolmesThe Gibraltar set of Sherlock Holmes coinsChristopher Morley and The Three Hours For Lunch Club MedalWho Is R. Tait McKenzie?Coins in circulation during the era of the Sherlock Holmes storiesThe Fourth Garrideb on Facebook Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,000 members), as well as through our accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker—or the podcast player of your choice—and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript Transcript not yet released --

 Episode 127: From Holmes to Sherlock | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"this is my special hobby" [STUD]  Every once in a great while, a book with special significance is published in the world of Sherlock Holmes fans. When the Canon was completed and the stories appeared in the first version of The Complete Sherlock Holmes; when Vincent Starrett brought forth scholarship and fun in The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes; when William S. Baring-Gould, BSI ("The Gloria Scott") took a stab at compiling research and chronologies in The Annotated Sherlock Holmes; and now as Mattias Boström, BSI ("The Swedish Pathological Society") has chronicled the rise of Sherlock Holmes in popular culture. From Holmes to Sherlock looks not at Conan Doyle's life as a biography would, and does not look at the stories as scholars would. Rather, it shows how Sherlock Holmes was brought to life and how the character evolved over time through the many creators, actors and fans who have kept the interest going. We talked with Mattias about the creative process, his inspiration, and his other major Sherlockian works. We hope you'll learn a few things along with us. Information on sponsors, links, and notes available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers.The Baker Street Journal, where you can find the BSI Press International Series. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 35.1 MB, 1:16:06 Notes1:35 Hi and welcome 2:10 An astounding—even an amazing—revelation 4:40 An obvious number 6:40 Wessex Press 8:31 Mattias Boström joins us 10:42 Where the idea for the book was born 14:13 Models for the unique style of the book 22:29 Research materials and locations 30:05 Vincent Starrett's visit to FDR's office in 1914 33:02 Mattias' first meeting with Sherlock Holmes 37:42 One of our earlier guests was a pen pal of Mattias during their childhoods 44:35 Scandinavia and Sherlock Holmes 47:57 The Baker Street Journal 50:42 The Parallel Holmes 54:27 The most influential Sherlock Holmes 57:55 Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers 1:05:32 Churchill's A History of the English-Speaking Peoples 1:07:55 Our biggest surprise from the book 1:10:32 Sherlock Holmes Brand Halloween Products1:12:40 A final plea LinksFrom Holmes to Sherlock"If you love Sherlock Holmes, you'll love this book" - Michael Dirda's review of From Holmes to Sherlock in the Washington PostScandinavia and Sherlock Holmes via the BSI Press"Original Holmes and Parallel Holmes"Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers from Wessex PressEpisode 80: The Great Detective Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,000 members), as well as through our accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker—or the podcast player of your choice—and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript Transcript not yet released --

 Episode 125: Revenge of the Sherlockian Nerd | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"a field for those peculiar qualities which my friend possessed" [FIVE]  Curtis Armstrong, BSI ("An Actor, and a Rare One") is known by many names. Miles Dalby, Charles De Mar, Herbert Viola, Scooter, Metatron, and of course, Booger. But around these parts, he is known as a keen Sherlockian who has been part of our little corner of the universe since his grade school days. His memoir Revenge of the Nerd: Or...the Singular Adventures of the Man Who Would Be Booger tells a series of tales that will be of interest to those who only know him through his remarkable career in show business. But we wanted to get behind all of that an delve into the intersection with his many other interests, such as Sherlock Holmes and P.G. Wodehouse, among others. From Detroit to Geneva and back again, from the stage to the big screen and small screen, we explore the intricacies of nerd culture — particularly when it comes to the Victorian misfit Sherlock Holmes. Early influences of Curtis still have an impact today, and he leaves us with lessons that should have every Sherlockian embracing their inner nerd. Please nominate I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere and/or Trifles on Podcast Awards in the Arts category. It's quick and easy. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library.The Baker Street Journal, the original nerd periodical, publishing Sherlockian scholarship quarterly since 1946. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 38.2 MB, 1:22:33 Notes1:36 Panty raid! 5:50 Wessex Press 7:06 The many faces of Curtis Armstrong 9:15 What is a nerd? 12:00 Nerd beginnings in Detroit 17:01 First meeting with Sherlock Holmes 23:06 Joining the Trifling Monographs 25:22 Curtis's favorite Sherlock Holmes story currently is... 28:51 Radio dramatizations—the "Orson Welles" period 33:51 Who's a nerd in the Canon? 36:05 Was Sherlock Holmes a nerd? 43:37 The Baker Street Journal 45:07 Booger was Curtis! 47:02 Instruction at Meadow Brook by Billy the Page 52:05 A Plum interest 56:34 The roll tossing tradition at Wodehouse meetings 1:00:13 Comparing an actor's life to that of Sherlock Holmes's profession 1:03:34 Pay attention, grammar nerds and pun nerds 1:09:49 The Editor's Gas-Lamp—guest reading from Curtis's book 1:19:19 Just one more thing... LinksCurtis Armstrong's book: Revenge of the Nerd: Or...the Singular Adventures of the Man Who Would Be Booger Michael Dirda on Episode 38: On Conan Doyle Susan Rice, Curtis' Sherlockian mentor, on Episode 61: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes and Episode 89: The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes The 2003 Baker Street Journal Christmas Annual: The Strength and Activity of Youth Terry Kilburn from the IMDb The Wodehouse Society Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker—or the podcast player of your choice—and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript Transcript not yet released --

 Episode 126: Becoming the Gillettes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"they are an extraordinarily astute couple" [VALL]  Harold and Theodora Niver (that's Tyke and Teddie to all who know them), are a unique couple, even by Sherlockian standards. They've had an abiding love of Sherlock Holmes, Jack the Ripper and Dracula for most of their adult lives, they live at Baskerville Hall, and founded and ran the Men on the Tor, a Connecticut Sherlock Holmes society. [Which just so happens to be the group where Scott first got his start in Sherlockian societies.] But one thing that keeps them active is appearing across Connecticut as William and Helen Gillette. They make regular weekend appearances at Gillette Castle, have been special guests at the William Gillette Luncheon during the BSI Weekend, and have been hired for regular events to perform "An Evening with the Gillettes." As both of them are members of the Baker Street Irregulars, the Nivers are part of a select group of individuals in the Florin Society - having two shillings between them. Tyke received his investiture "The Man on the Tor" in 1977 and Teddie received her investiture "Carina" in 1997. Join us on this very personal episode that has wonderful stories and details about this grand couple's adventures. From Don and Betty Grant at the Castle to Michael Harrison's sly preparedness to the law firm that includes language like "blithering saphead," it's full of surprises. We conclude with a "Gas-Lamp" that's cobbled together from the Introduction to Gillette's play in book form, and a poem written on the occasion of William Gillette's death. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library.The Baker Street Journal, the original nerd periodical, publishing Sherlockian scholarship quarterly since 1946. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 40.8 MB, 1:25:50 Notes LinksEpisode 103: Al and Julie RosenblattSherlock Holmes: An Evening with the GillettesEpisode 34: William Gillette, America's Sherlock HolmesSherlock Holmes in San Francisco: The Triumph of William GilletteSchlock Holmes by Bob FishEssex Steam TrainChris SteinbrunnerGillette Castle: A History by Erik OfgangMysteries at the Castle: Season 3 Episode 2 Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine atihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker—or the podcast player of your choice—and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript Transcript not yet released --

 Episode 124: Replay - To Keep the Memory Green | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"seared into my memory" [SPEC]  Richard Lancelyn Green, BSI ("The Three Gables"), who died in March 2004, was the world's leading expert on the life and works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He amassed one of the finest collections of Conan Doyle, and specifically, Sherlock Holmes material in private hands and had intended to produce a three-volume biography on Conan Doyle. He was not yet 30 when he co-edited the towering A Bibliography of A. Conan Doyle in 1983. He served a term as Chairman of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London. His tragically early death was mourned by both friends and those who knew of him only by reputation, and it was decided that a collection of essays should be brought out in his honor and memory. We interview co-editors Nicholas Utechin, BSI ("The Ancient British Barrow") and Steven Rothman, BSI ("The Valley of Fear") on the resulting volume, To Keep the Memory Green. While this is a previously released episode, there are a few more interesting tidbits of information, including a July sale being held by the BSI Press. Listen in for details on how to get this volume for half price. Please nominate I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere and/or Trifles on Podcast Awards in the Arts category. It's quick and easy. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites:Sherlock Holmes and the Cryptic Clues: A Grave Undertaking by Michael McClure. You should buy it. We're deadly serious.Wessex Press, publishers of Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers: Volume 3. The Baker Street Journal, where you can find the July Half-Off Sale on four titles: A Remarkable Mixture; To Keep The Memory Green; The Grand Game, Volume Two; The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 27.2 MB,  Notes4:30 Nick & Steve give some perspective on their editorial experiences 14:29 A bit about Richard Lancelyn Green 17:20 The genesis of To Keep the Memory Green 21:12Steve recalls memories of Richard, a bus station and plastic carrier bags 23:17 Nick harkens back to the early 1970s and an Oxford connection 24:57 The Baker Street Irregulars and the Sherlock Holmes Society of London join forces 27:00 Quartering together – the fruits of labor 30:35 The impetus behind the project – capturing the essence of a “one-off” 40:14 Editor’s Gas Lamp 49:24 Final thoughts on Richard’s contribution 52:08 Burt springs a question on Scott 54:32 Hunting through old bookshops 56:10 Scott’s inspiration for collecting – from a movie LinksTo Keep the Memory GreenThe Sherlock Holmes JournalThe Baker Street JournalThe Oxford Sherlock Holmes: 9 volume setThe Portsmouth Central Library exhibitThe Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptTranscript TBD --

 Episode 123: Scott and Burt | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"a pair of professional beauties" [STUD]  We like to interview people who are doing interesting things related to Sherlock Holmes. Our interview subjects have included authors, publishers, society leaders, entertainers and more. But there's one show that some listeners requested that we historically ignored. And that is a show in which we talk about ourselves. We thought that rather than simply running off at the mouth at random, it might be more in line with what you've come to expect if we interviewed each other. And with that, Scott and Burt sat down to reveal each other's backgrounds, first meetings with Sherlock Holmes and general interest or specialty when it comes to interacting with other Sherlockians and collecting. We hope you enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at the hosts of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere. It's everything you didn't want to know, and more. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider becoming a Patron of the Arts. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Sherlock Holmes and the Cryptic Clues: A Grave Undertaking by Michael McClure. You should buy it. We're deadly serious.Wessex Press, publishers of Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers: Volume 3. The Baker Street Journal, where you can find the July Half-Off Sale on four titles: A Remarkable Mixture; To Keep The Memory Green; The Grand Game, Volume Two; The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 33.5 MB, 1:12:14 Notes LinksBecome a Patron of the ArtsTrifles Episode 10: The Dressing Gown of Many ColorsI Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Episode 77: The Speckled BandI Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Episode 87: Otto Penzler Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptTranscript TBD --

 Episode 122: Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"actors in this drama" [SECO]  Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. Their names are forever linked, just as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are. And it is their remarkable seven-year collaboration that we discuss in this episode. You've seen their likenesses in still photos. You've probably heard their voices in audio recordings. And you've had a chance to see their films from the late 1930s and early 1940s, whether in the theater, as a Saturday afternoon matinee on television, public TV pledge drive, or perhaps on a DVD or on YouTube. The point is this: regardless of your level of fondness or distaste for this pairing, they remain iconic and inextricably linked to their portrayals of the world's greatest detective and his medical companion. Yes, it was Nigel Bruce's version of Dr. Watson that was called boobus Britannicus, but it seemed to fit with the times and with the air of the series. We take you on a journey from their initial outing in The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in 1939 at 20th Century Fox, to their radio drama collaboration under Edith Meiser and later Anthony Boucher, and through the 12-film series under the Universal banner. Audio clips from the films and the radio show are included as we All of these portrayals left a permanent mark on their careers as well as on the world of Sherlock Holmes. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus a new addition. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Sherlock Holmes and the Cryptic Clues: A Grave Undertaking by Michael McClure. You should buy it. We're deadly serious.Wessex Press, publishers of The Drury Lane Theatre Mystery by Inspector Lestrade himself, Dennis Hoey. The Baker Street Journal, which has been published since the same year as the last of Rathbone/Bruce films. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 45.2 MB, 1:38:20 Notes3:00 What do you get for someone who's 125? 7:15 Sponsor: Wessex Press 9:00 The definitive Holmes and Watson for generations 10:56 The Collaboration begins 17:56 The Adventures 26:30 Off to radio-land 31:35 Universal steps in after negotiating with the Conan Doyle Estate 35:44 The Voice of Terror 42:44 The Secret Weapon 50:12 Sherlock Holmes in Washington 55:17 Sherlock Holmes Faces Death 59:06 Sponsor: Sherlock Holmes and the Cryptic Clues 1:03:13 The Spider Woman 1:06:03 The Scarlet Claw and the BSI Trilogy Dinner 1:08:35 The Pearl of Death 1:11:52 The House of Fear 1:13:37 The Woman in Green 1:18:24 Pursuit to Algiers 1:20:50 Terror by Night 1:23:31 Dressed to Kill 1:33:18 An important message from the BSJ 1:34:44 Your support means a great deal to us LinksThe Complete Collection of Sherlock Holmes on Blu-Ray (Amazon)The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes on radioOur interview with Michael Hoey, son of Dennis Hoey.Rathbone's autobiography In and Out of CharacterBasilRathbone.netRathbone's visit to the Wayne CampusAn interview with Pauline Page, daughter of Nigel Bruce, by Nicholas Utechin for the Sherlock Holmes Journal, concerning Bruce's unpublished autobiography Games, Gossip and Greasepaint. Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashio

 Episode 121: Canada and Sherlock Holmes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"in the northern provinces"  [SIGN]  The Baker Street Irregulars International Series continues to forge ahead, as it published its sixth volume at the end of 2016. Joining the ranks of other countries and regions that whose scholarly works have been compiled and published by the BSI is none other than Canada. Joining us to talk about Canada and Sherlock Holmes from the BSI International Series is one of the co-editors, Peter Calamai, BSI ("The Leeds Mercury"), MBt, C.M. Peter is one half of the editing team that took on the Canadian project, together with Mark Alberstat, BSI ("Halifax"). Peter tells us about his membership in the Order of Canada, his life as a journalist, and his foggy first meeting with Sherlock Holmes. We cover Sherlockian scholarship from north of the border, as well as the association with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that Canada has. We haven't included a single 'eh' or 'aboot' in this episode, but we have given you a Gas-Lamp in the form of an essay from Christopher Redmond: "The Lure of the Chase," which can be found in the book. And some bonus content, if you listen far enough. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of Ronald Knox and Sherlock Holmes: The Origins of Sherlockian Studies.The Baker Street Journal, where in addition to the quarterly journal, you can find the books available in the BSI International Series. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 35.8 MB, 1:18:00 Notes1:35 Coo loo coo coo, coo coo coo coo! 3:04 Sponsor: Wessex Press 4:45 Sherlock Holmes in the Great White North 6:53 Welcome, Peter Calamai 10:40 Peter gives us the background on his association with Sherlock Holmes 19:53 The beginnings of Sherlock Holmes in Canada 33:01 The Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Toronto Reference Library 34:50 Teaser for a future episode 36:54 The Four Pillars 42:58 Sponsor: The Baker Street Journal 44:30 Professor Moriarty was an army coach - but what is that? 48:48 A flashback: how the book came to be 56:30 Ms. Holmes of Baker Street 1:06:51 Feedback 1:10:15 Gas-Lamp 1:13:46 Wrap-up and Easter egg LinksCanada and Sherlock HolmesThe Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Toronto Reference LibraryChristopher Redmond on Episode 99Ms. Holmes of Baker Street Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptTranscript available soon. --

 Episode 120: Firsts in the Canon | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"something which had never before intruded"  [VALL]  You probably remember the first time you came across Sherlock Holmes. Whether it was a Saturday afternoon matinee of a Basil Rathbone film, or a cracking open The Hound of the Baskervilles for the first time, you were hooked. But have you stopped to think about all of the firsts in the Canon? That is, what are some of the groundbreaking things that Sherlock Holmes introduced to the world of detection and detective fiction? From techniques to technology, and from puzzles to poisons, we'll take you on an exploration of the the many unique and primal examples of Holmes's processes and Arthur Conan Doyle's writing.  We find our inspiration in the very first Gas-Lamp that Edgar Smith wrote for the BSJ in Vol. 1, No. 1 (Old Series), titled "The Game Is Afoot!" Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of Dreams of Future Past: The Science Fiction Worlds of Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G. Wells by Dana Martin Batory.The Baker Street Journal, the first and longest running Sherlockian publication of scholarship. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 28.6 MB, 1:02:15 Notes1:32 Yessir, that's my baby 2:25 Doings at the Speckled Band of Boston 6:46 Sponsor: Wessex Press 8:10 Support needed 9:35 The Awards for Achievement in Canonical Firsts 29:42 Sponsor: The Baker Street Journal 31:13 More firsts 53:12 The Gas-Lamp 1:00:18 Let your fingers do the walking LinksEpisode 77: The Speckled Band of BostonTrifles, our shorter show Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,100 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptTranscript not yet available. <br /> <br /> </div><div style="text-align: left;"><h3><b>Notes</b></h3></div><div style="text-align: left;"><div style="text-align: left;"><div style="margin: 0px;">1:32 Yessir, that's my baby</div><div style="margin: 0px;">2:25 Doings at the Speckled Band of Boston</div><div style="margin: 0px;">6:46 Sponsor: Wessex Press</div><div style="margin: 0px;">8:10 Support needed</div><div style="margin: 0px;">9:35 The Awards for Achievement in Canonical Firsts</div><div style="margin: 0px;">29:42 Sponsor: The Baker Street Journal</div><div style="margin: 0px;">31:13 More firsts</div><div style="margin: 0px;">53:12 The Gas-Lamp</div><div style="margin: 0px;">1:00:18 Let your fingers do the walking</div><div style="margin: 0px;"><br /> </div></div></div></div></div><div><h3><b>Links</b></h3><ul><li><a href="http://ihose.co/ihose77">Episode 77: The Speckled Band of Boston</a></li> <li><a href="http://sherlockholmespodcast.com/">Trifles</a>, our shorter show</li> </ul></div><div style="-

 Episode 119: A Brace of Interviews | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"he braced himself to tell his story"  [BERY]  It's always a treat to have guests on our show when we air interviews. But two interviews in a single show? It just isn't done! Until now, that is. We were pleased to see Lynsday Faye, BSI ("Kitty Winter") at an event at Otto Penzler's Mysterious Bookshop, launching her newest book The Whole Art of Detection. We managed to take her gently by the elbow and lead her away from her admiring fans to have a few words. Those words included "Watson," "Doyle," "voice," and many others. You'll enjoy the way they're strung together with this multiple-Edgar nominated author. And at a separate event at the Rosenbach Library, we met Ed Pettit, the new manager of public programs for the institution. He gave us a rundown of the latest exhibit, "Clever Criminals and Daring Detectives," touching upon Poe, Dracula, and the original manuscript of "The Adventure of the Empty House." Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors, plus the every-other-episode favorite, Sherlock Holmes Brand products. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, publishers of A Curious Collection of Dates: Through the Year with Sherlock Holmes by Leah Guinn and Jamie Mahoney.The Baker Street Journal, filled with Sherlockian personalities galore. Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 20.2 MB, 43:12 Notes1:32 It's time! 4:17 Sponsor: Wessex Press 5:45 Hand-crafted ads like no other 7:02 A brace of interviews 10:16 Welcome Irregular, Adventuress of Sherlock Holmes, Baker Street Babe, and author Lyndsay Faye 19:43 The Jezzail Bullet cocktail 20:41 Sponsor: The Baker Street Journal 22:12 Visiting the Rosenbach Library with the Ancient Order of Free Sherlockians 24:23 Welcome Edward G. Pettit, Manager of Public Programs for the Rosenbach 36:09 Letters between Rosenbach and Christopher Morley, and a report from the Amateur Mendicant Society of Detroit 39:23 Don't forget... 40:31 The Sherlock Holmes Brand Hansom Cab 42:26 The game's afoot! LinksThe Whole Art of DetectionThe Mysterious BookshopLyndsay FayeThe Rosenbach Library"Clever Criminals and Daring Detectives"Ed Pettit Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptI Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Episode 119: A Brace of Interviews  --

 Episode 118: The Future of Sherlockian Scholarship | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"have even contributed to the literature of the subject"  [REDH]  We know that the field of writings about Sherlock Holmes has been plowed thoroughly for over 100 years. In fact, it began as far back as 1902, according to some research, being thrust into the limelight with the Oxford lectures of Fr. Ronald Knox. Publications like the Baker Street Journal and the Sherlock Holmes Journal have been cranking out their issues multiple times a year since the mid-20th century, and other regular periodicals as well as hundreds upon hundreds of books have dedicated themselves to the study of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's works about Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes. Does it show any sign of abating? What can we learn about the next wave of our hobby, based on looking at the past? We look at some of the cornerstones and collected works to give a sense as to what we can expect from Sherlockian scholars of the 21st century. You'll want to tune in to hear a new feature: Unnecessary Pastiche Censorship. And the usual Gas-Lamp, of course - inspired from scholarship past. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. Image credit: Lauren Manning, via Wikimedia SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, where you can find Sherlockian Heresies by Leo Sauvage.The Baker Street Journal, published by the Baker Street Irregulars, who also published The Grand Game Vol. 2.  Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 27.9 MB, 1:00:00 Notes1:35 YEAH! 5:14 A new feature: Unnecessary Pastiche Censorship 9:41 Sponsor: Wessex Press 11:21 The Future 12:36 It all began with Ronald Knox... 21:09 Conan Doyle - why didn't his Jesuit education prepare him for the religious/literary criticism? 24:07 Being paid by Sherlockians 26:39 Christopher Morley's "Was Sherlock Holmes An American?" 33:56 From the Golden Age to the Silver Age 40:49 The Basic Holmesian Library - the Shaw 100 45:27 The future of Sherlockian scholarship is_____ 47:04 Sponsor: the Baker Street Journal 48:48 Gas-Lamp 55:52 Follow up and translation LinksRonald Knox: Studies in the Literature of Sherlock HolmesThe Grand GameThe Shaw 100Episode 56: Sherlock Peoria (interview with Brad Keefauver) Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,200 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript --

 Episode 117: Arthur and Sherlock | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"It is the only personal introduction"  [SUSS]  "Just what the world needs," you tell yourself. "Another biography of Arthur Conan Doyle." Full disclosure: we thought the same thing. Until we read Arthur and Sherlock by Michael Sims.  And then our attitudes changed. And then even more so after having a conversation with the author. Fortunately, we recorded that conversation and we're sharing it with you here. Michael shared with us the impact of books on his young mind, his journey to writing, and how his earlier works on E.B. White and Henry David Thoreau inspired his style for this book. From Baring-Gould to Joseph Bell, we touch on many familiar names and go deep into this exploration of the elements that inspired Conan Doyle to create his master detective. And, if you listen carefully, you'll discover how a certain intestinal discomfort prevented Doyle from killing himself. Information on sponsors, links, timing notes and transcript available below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, where you can find The Illustrated Speckled Band: The Original 1910 Stage Production in Script and Photographs.The Baker Street Journal, which includes the written transcripts of the annual Baker Street Irregulars Distinguished Lecture series.  Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 35.1 MB, 1:17:27 Notes2:21 Welcome 5:53 Sponsor: Wessex Press 7:37 Welcome Michael Sims 11:47 Michael's uncanny ability to time the market 17:00 Michael's first meeting with Sherlock Holmes 22:31 Beginning a writing career 28:39 Bringing Joseph Bell to life 38:07 Sponsor: Baker Street Journal 39:42 Bell's own mentor 47:40 Doyle and Teddy Roosevelt 51:25 The origin of "Sherringford Hope" 55:09 Why stop now? 57:15 Conan Doyle's fan mail 1:05:47 Interview conclusion 1:12:26 Sherlock Holmes Brand ad 1:13:19 Closing remarks LinksArthur and Sherlock (Amazon)Arthur and Sherlock (Barnes and Noble)Laurie R. King and Leslie Klinger on IHOSE - Episode 105: Echoes of Sherlock Holmes. Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,100 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TranscriptTranscript of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Epsiode 117: Arthur and Sherlock --

 Episode 116: Can't Get Enough Sherlock Holmes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"not enough to hold her back"  [YELL]   You can't swing a dead cat without hitting a Sherlock Holmes news item these days. Wait — perhaps that's not the best metaphor. How about "you can't turn around without seeing a Sherlock Holmes story." Much better. We decided to pick a handful of news (and non-news) stories related to Sherlock Holmes and go to town. From Stephen Fry's recent audio recordings of the stories to using the Canon as a modern-day text for would-be Joseph Bells in training, to British shows available via a new streaming service in the US, to Sherlock Holmes as a model for writers — these stories and more make up our paean to the great detective. We freely admit in this episode that we were unable to get Stephen Fry to join us for an interview on IHOSE. Perhaps something can be done? Plus, Lyndsay Faye inspired our Gas-Lamp with her piece "Why We Can't Get Enough of Sherlock Holmes." And we're beginning to feature full transcripts of each episode. You'll find the transcript for Episode 116 below.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, home of the ever-expanding Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle in the Newspapers, now at Volume 3.The Baker Street Journal, where we certainly can't get enough of Sherlock Holmes, as the publication continues at the same strong pace since 1946.  Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 30.8 MB, 1:06:46 Notes1:33 Welcome back!3:28 The smellier side of Baker Street7:04 Listener mail and how we choose our images12:03 Wessex Press13:38 Stephen Fry has recorded Sherlock Holmes stories on audio18:54 An excerpt from Stephen Fry reading The Sign of Four22:40 Actors reading the Canon26:40 Getting Stephen Fry on IHOSE?27:45 The case to make Sherlock Holmes required reading29:45 Atul Gawande on Watson31:58 BritBox: new streaming service40:05 Baker Street Journal41:56 Holmes and writing: choose, focus, become an idiot46:06 Real life myths and mysteries: the Hound Tor52:12 Peter Weller's Hunting the Hound56:10 Gas-Lamp1:03:07 Don't forget... LinksStephen Fry Reads the Complete Sherlock Holmes on Audible (ihearofsherlock.com)Sherlock Holmes: Read by Stephen Fry (Audible)The Ode Less Travelled (Amazon)Episode 40: One Voice of Sherlock Holmes (IHOSE)The Case to Make Sherlock Holmes Required Reading (Daily Utah Chronicle)BritBox comes to the U.S. (VentureBeat)Sherlock Holmes and Mastery of the Craft of Writing (Copyblogger)Hounds of the Baskervilles: Real Life Myths and Mysteries of Dartmoor’s Famous “Hound Tor” (Mysterious Universe)The Hound of the Baskervilles: Hunting the Dartmoor Legend - Reviewed (Baker Street Dozen)Why the World Can't Get Enough Sherlock Holmes (Bookish)The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes by Lyndsay Faye (Amazon) Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,100 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). TRANSCRIPTTranscript of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Episode 116 by Scott Monty on Scribd --

 Episode 115: Sherlock Holmes and the Theater | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"we might appear to be two theatre-goers"  [CHAS]  Tim Greer, BSI ("The Ragged Shaw") joins us for this episode in which we explore some of the intricacies and challenges of producing Sherlock Holmes on the stage. For anyone who's been to a major gathering of Sherlockians in the last few years, Tim should be no stranger. From his home base in Memphis to 221B Con and the BSI Weekend, he's been seen in exquisite and faithful costumes inspired by William Gillette, Jeremy Brett an Basil Rathbone. Tim is an award winning Sherlockian, having been honored with the Beacon Award from the Beacon Society and the Morley Montgomery Award for the best article in the Baker Street Journal in 2014. Tim's specialty is the theater, and he shares his inspiration with us, ranging from the difficulty in physically portraying a cerebral character to the proper staging and set decoration of the sitting rooms at 221B Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes has been presented on stage in one way or another for 125 years and there continue to be many interpretations and inspirations ahead. Plus, a new Sherlock Holmes Brand ad and a special Easter egg.   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, where you can find the complete Sherlock Holmes Reference Library by Leslie S. Klinger.The Baker Street Journal, where you can find inclusiveness, a repose from the busy world, and connections with like-minded individuals.  Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 34.5 MB, 1:14:49 Notes1:33 Aging like a fine French wine 2:40 February is the cruelest month 6:40 What's going on over at Trifles 7:34 Wessex Press 8:50 Welcome to Tim Greer 11:20 Early inspirations 16:31 Turning toward the theater 19:15 "This may be controversial..." 29:30 One of the biggest challenges of portraying Sherlock Holmes 33:52 The influence of Jeremy Brett 37:26 The Baker Street Journal 39:34 Set design - from cartonniers to Moroccan tables 46:15 Bringing the sitting room to life on set 53:32 A stage production inspiring one of the original Sherlock Holmes stories 57:35 About that set from The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes... 1:04:04 Sherlock Holmes Brand spot 1:05:03 Other thoughts on Holmes and the theater 1:10:00 The game's afoot!1:10:47 Frozen Peas, Fish Fingers and Beef Burgers, oh my! LinksTrifles, our other showSherlock Holmes, starring Clive Brook (1932)Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street: A Life of the World's First Consulting Detective by William S. Baring-GouldFrank Langella as Sherlock HolmesJeremy Brett in Number 10Sherlockian Ice Bucket ChallengeCartonnier (filing cabinet)Design Decoded (commentary on Smithsonian article)Episode 73: Ken LudwigEpisode 10: The Secret of Sherlock HolmesOrson Welles Paul Masson outtakesOrson Welles at his finest Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,100 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). --

 Episode 114: Escape with Sherlock Holmes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

"Has anything escaped me?"  [HOUN]   There's a reason Vincent Starrett wrote "Here, though the world explode, these two survive,/ And it is always eighteen ninety-five." Whether it was in the 1940s or today, the world offers a up a variety of stressors and developments that cause one to wish to simply forget about it all for a while. Hence, the concept of escapism. The pastime of Sherlock Holmes is a form of escapism, and we explore what it means, the origin of the phrase, and how it differs from procrastination. And there were a number of individuals in the Canon who were escaping from something or who wished to bury themselves in some sort of distraction or hobby. From Irene Adler to Selden, Hugh Boone to Brunton, J. Neil Gibson to Elsie Cubitt, there were reasons to withdraw and escape; and Stapleton, Baron Gruner, and Sherlock Holmes himself had hobbies that kept them otherwise occupied from time to time. Plus, we wrap up with an escapist Gas-Lamp: Bill Schweikert's "A Long Evening with Holmes."   And please consider joining our Patreon community. Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. SponsorsThis episode includes our two longtime sponsors. Please support our sponsors by visiting their sites: Wessex Press, with The Watson Chronicles by Ann Margaret Lewis.The Baker Street Journal, where you'll find many reasons to escape in every issue.  Would you care to become a sponsor? You can find more information here. Download [Save As] | File size 32.2 MB, 1:08:40 Notes1:33 Hello there and a brainstorm 6:25 Wessex Press 7:39 Our other show10:26 Escapism and the Sherlock Holmes stories 18:48 Hobbies as escapes 22:35 Polyphonic motets of Lassus 23:41 The great hiatus — escapism at its most extreme 29:10 The likelihood of Watson cramming for a Chinese pottery exam 33:45 Conan Doyle's interests and hobbies 35:26 Peter Carey was ahead of his time 39:54 The Baker Street Journal 41:22 The Sherlock Holmes News 57:50 Editor's Gas-Lamp 1:00:33 Listener comment 1:03:49 The game's afoot!1:04:39 The Procrastination Song LinksTrifles, our new showPalimpsest, via WikipediaMaria Konnikova on Episode 54 and Episode 91Bonnie MacBird on Episode 83The Man Cave Has a New Neighbor —  the She Shed (WSJ)Detecting the Origins of Sherlock Holmes (Washington Post)Arthur and Sherlock by Michael Sims (Amazon)Graham Moore on Episode 30Debate: has Victorian Sherlock Holmes been done to death?At Mysterious Bookshop in TriBeCa, a Hunt for Clues and Diversions (NY Times)Otto Penzler on Episode 17 and Episode 87Sherlock North features a Finnish Sherlock Holmes (Variety)An interview with an extra from The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Unbound)Holmes & Watson release date set for Summer 2018 Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at  ihose.co/flipsherlock, as well as on the The Sherlock Holmes Community on Google+ (with over 4,100 members), as well as through our accounts on  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher or Spreaker and be kind enough to leave a rating or review for the show. And please tell a friend about us, in any fashion you feel comfortable. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). --

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