Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Amnews.com - 'Sherlock's Secret Life' reviewed:

"'Sherlock's Secret Life,' written by Ed Lange, with music by Will Severin, is 'a mystery about mysterious woman (played by Diana Cherkas) with amnesia who comes between Sherlock (Michael Muldoon) and Watson (Paul Angelo, as the younger Watson). She tests the loyalty and friendship of the detecting duo, Henson adds. "

Friday, June 25, 2004

Scotsman.com News - Latest News - Quotes of the Day:
"Nowhere does Conan Doyle refer to Sherlock Holmes as a great, fat wobbly lard bucket, so I will have to do something about it" The portly Stephen Fry who is to play the great detective in a forthcoming TV production."

Monday, June 21, 2004

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Home Page:

"This is the Official web site of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate. It includes a specially written biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and you can find information on his books and the films which were inspired by his writing.
There are also detailed pages about some of Conan Doyle's famous characters such as Sherlock Holmes, Brigadier Gerard and Professor Challenger which are linked to the full Bibliography. For those of you looking for extra information on Sherlock Holmes, visit the Sherlock Holmes pages."

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Gay actors line up for Sherlock Holmes specials | Headlines | News | Gay.com UK

"Two of the country's most famous gay actors will fight it out later this year, with both appearing as Sherlock Holmes on different channels.

Stephen Fry and Rupert Everett will both star as the quintessentially English detective in new productions for ITV and BBC respectively."

Thursday, June 10, 2004

The curious case of the typing mistake ...: "David had written four fictional books and four or five non-fictional backgrounders on the world's favourite detective.
Add to that his output as editor of Sherlock magazine (six times a year) and as a member of the national committee of the Crime Writers' Association he edits their monthly magazine Red Herrings.
Oh yes, and his award-winning play Sherlock Holmes - The Last Act is still touring.
So it is ironic that the idea for his latest book came about through a mistake."

Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Scotsman.com News - Scotland - Edinburgh - Conan Doyle notebook is snapped up by surgeons: "Conan Doyle notebook is snapped up by surgeons


"THE Royal College of Surgeons has swooped for a notebook belonging to Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

The notebook, which the college purchased at auction, includes a hand-written version of the author's second novel, The American. "

Saturday, June 05, 2004

ic Birmingham - Baskerville claim rubbished

"Claims that one of the most famous Sherlock Holmes' tales had its origins in the Midlands have provoked a furore among tourist officials in Devon.

The Hound of of Baskervilles is traditionally known to have been set on the foggy landscapes of Dartmoor.

But thriller writer Phil Rickman has caused anger by claiming that Herefordshire may have played an important part in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story."
Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of Baskervilles - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

About.com page on the classic novel.