The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


90630. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. January 30, 2002. BBC Radio4. "The Madness Of Colonel Warburton". Watson's old c.o. faces ridicule and ruin because of his beliefs. But is it possible the he truly can speak with the dead? The story is based on a reference in, "The Engineer's Thumb" by Arthur Conan Doyle. Bert Coules (writer), Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Timothy West, Eleanor Bron, Struan Rodger, Jamie Newell, David Bannerman, Clare Corbett, Leonard Friedman (violin), Patrick Rayner (director), Sue Meck (production assistant), Joan Raffan (production assistant), Arthur Conan Doyle (author). 43:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

90633. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. February 6, 2002. BBC Radio4. "The Star Of The Adelphi". 2:15 P.M. (UTC). In a case full of deceit, delusion and theatrical pretence, Sherlock is baffled by the vanity of a woman. The story is based on a reference in, "The Second Stain," by Arthur Conan Doyle. Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, John Bett, Philip Anthony, Andrew Wincott, Richenda Carey, Jasmine Hyde, David Bannerman, Helen Ayres, Leonard Friedman (violin), Bert Coules (writer), Patrick Rayner (director), Sue Meck (production assistant), Joan Raffan (production assistant), Arthur Conan Doyle (creator). 44:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

91591. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. February 13, 2002. BBC Radio4. "The Peculiar Persecution Of Mr. John Vincent Harden". The story is based on a reference in the short story, "The Solitary Cylist." Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Bert Coules (writer), Jane Asher, David Thorpe, Claire Colbert (?), Peter Darney, Leonard Friedman (violinist), Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Patrick Rayner (director). 42:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

90634. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. February 20, 2002. BBC Radio4. "The Savior Of Cripplegate Square". "As Holmes recounts one of his most chilling cases, Watson learns some fascinating facts about his friend's early career." The story is based on a reference in, "The Sign Of The Four," by Arthur Conan Doyle. Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Tom Baker, Siobhan Redmond, David Holt, Jasmine Hyde, Andrew Wincott, Helen Ayres, Leonard Friedman (violin), Bernard Docherty (violin), Bert Coules (writer), Patrick Rayner (director), Sue Meck (production assitant), Joan Raffan (production assistant), Arthur Conan Doyle (creator). 43:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

90635. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. February 27, 2002. BBC Radio4. "The Singular Inheritance Of Miss Gloria Wilson". 2:15 P.M. (UTC). "A jealous policeman, a lump of mud and a man who goes back for his umbrella all figure in a 30-year-old mystery." The story is based on a reference in, "The Problem Of Thor Bridge." Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Toyah Wilcox, Roy Huddison Probert, Sean Baker, Leonard Friedman (violinist), Bert Coules (writer), Patrick Rayner (director), Sue Meck (production assistant), Joan Raffan (production assistant), Arthur Conan Doyle (creator). 43:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105313. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. May 18, 2004. BBC. "The Abergavenny Murder". The story is based on a brief reference in, "The Priory School." Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Johann Merelis (?), Bert Coules (writer), Patrick Rayner (director). 43:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105309. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. May 25, 2004. BBC7. "The Shameful Betrayal Of Miss Emily Smith. The story is based on a reference in, "The Norwood Builder." Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Bert Coules (writer), Mark Gaitis (?), Christian Rothka (?), Jamie Babakoff (?), Phillip Fox, Rachel Atkins, Chris Moron, Patrick Rayner (director). 43:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105314. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. June 1, 2004. BBC. "The Tragedy Of Hanbury Street". The story was taken from a brief reference in, "The Golden Pince Nez." Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Bert Coules (writer), Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Lindsey Duncan, Colette O'Neal (?), Lydia Leonard, John Rowe (?), Chris Moran, Phillip Fox, Frances Jeeter, Leonard Friedman (violinist), Patrick Rayner (director). 43:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105315. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. June 8, 2004. BBC. "The Determined Client". The story was taken from a brief reference in, "The Golden Pince Nez." Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Bert Coules (writer), Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Pritha Goode (?), Ian Marsden, Phillip Fox, Rick Moretis, Joanna McAllan (?), John Roe, Patrick Rayner (director). 43:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105316. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. June 15, 2004. BBC. "The Striking Success Of Miss Franny Blossum". The story was taken from a brief reference in, "The Hound Of The Baskervilles." Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Clive Merrison, Andrew Sachs, Bert Coules (writer), Jeffrey Whitehead, Maggie Seed (?), Steven Thorne, Scott Brooksbank, Phillip Fox, John Roe, Alice Hart, Patrick Rayner (director). 43:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105317. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. June 22, 2004. BBC7. "The Spy's Retirement". A story of how Watson met Holmes, from quite a different point of view. Both the date and program name are subject to correction. Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Andrew Sachs (reader), Jon Courtenay Grimwood (writer). 27:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

105318. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. June 29, 2004. BBC7. "The Lady Downstairs". An adventure of Mr. Holmes, as seen by his landlady, Mrs. Hudson. The date and program name are subject to correction. Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Christopher Fowler (writer), Hannah Gordon (reader), Ann Kenney (producer, director). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105319. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. July 6, 2004. BBC7. "The Deerstalker". The date and program name are subject to correction. Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), Paul Cornell (writer), Andrew Sachs (reader), Ann Kenney (producer, director). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105306. The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. September 18, 2005. Syndicated. "The Case Of The Paradol Chamber". Participating sponsors. Released as, "Imagination Theatre," Program #496. Jim French (producer, director, host), John Patrick Lowery, Lawrence Albert (performer, writer), Arthur Conan Doyle (creator), John Holm (? writer), Rick May (?), Stephen Waite (?), Dennis Bateman, Carol Sepulveda (violinist), Michael Lynch (incidental music). 27:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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