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Summary

Dr. Watson, that excellent host and incomparable storyteller, awaits us in his familiar study to relate another of his adventures with Sherlock Holmes. From the fog-shrouded streets of Victorian London come 16 intriguing episodes, starring Tom Conway as Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Watson, in scripts by mystery legends Denis Green, Anthony Boucher, and more! Based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, these capers of curious clues hidden in plain sight feature performances by Peggy Weber, Gale Gordon, Jay Novello, Gavin Gordon, Frederick Worlock, Mary Gordon, and more.

Episodes include: "The Adventure of The Stuttering Ghost", 10-12-46; "The Adventure of The Black Angus", 10-19-46; "The Clue of The Hungry Cat", 10-26-46; "The Adventure of the Original Hamlet", 11-02-46; "The Singular Adventure of the Dying Schoolboys", 11-09-46; "The Adventure of the Genuine Guarnerius", 11-16-46; "The Adventure of Sally Martin", 11-23-46; "The Strange Death of Mrs. Abernetty", 11-30-46; "The Singular Affair of The Coptic Compass", 12-07-46; "The Adventure of The Elusive Emerald", 12-14-46; "The Adventure of the Grand Old Man", 12-21-46; "The Singular Affair of the White Cockerel", 12-28-46; "The Darlington Substitution Case", 01-04-47; "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot", 01-13-47; "The Singular Affair of the Babbling Butler", 01-27-47; "The Adventure of the Dying Detective", 02-03-47.

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Good but some careful whilst wearing ear phones

some bits were quite loud whilst wearing ear phones, but the rest apart from that was a good listen

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  • M. Giorgi
  • 31-08-20

Good One

Bunch of stories. Easy listen radio serials at its best. Love Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson in these old radio shows.

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  • Chris Coyne
  • 14-05-20

The great detective.

I love Sherlock Holmes.. I’ve seen many versions of the detective. My first taste of Holmes was the Basil Rathbone movies, the ones he did with Nigel Bruce as Watson. Now I just listened to Bruce play Watson on radio with a different actor playing Holmes. Tom Conway does a good job as Sherlock Holmes. I’m familiar with Conway from his Portrayal of another movie detective the Falcon. May Sherlock Holmes live forever.

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  • Chad
  • 23-05-16

Great Old time Radio

Great Radio, interesting and insightful cases well worth the time to listen to, I highly recommend.

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  • Susan M. Kleckner
  • 26-04-16

LOVELY WAY TO SPEND AN AFTERNOON

A Lovely way to spend an afternoon! I've always enjoyed Sherlock Holmes, the books, movies and the radio programs!! Was happy to see the compilation of the stories with Conway & Bruce in their roles!!!