Fans of all kinds have gathered together as long as the books have existed. In this episode we talk about the different kinds of fans and we also share our top tips of Sherlock Holmes sight seeing in London. The interviews include: Steve Emecz, Roger Johnson, Jean Upton and Matthew J Elliott. All the three episodes are published in this blog and you can also subscribe through iTunes or the RSS feed here. The picture is of Roger Johnson and Jean Upton in the 221B exhibition at The Sherlock Holmes Pub The Sherlock Holmes Tourist Tips: no 1 The Sherlock Holmes Pub (10-11 Northumberland Street, WC2N 5DB) Upstairs of the pub is an 221B sitting room exhibition no 2 Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital (West Smithfield, EC1A 7BE) Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson met for the first time at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in A Study in Scarlet. no 3 The Alfa Inn…
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Why would Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a Scotchman living in London, write a story about an American Mormon community in the first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet? We asked this question from Jean Upton and Roger Johnson from the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and Bishop David Hooson from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our next episode about the Sherlockian fan culture and London sight seeing for Sherlock is coming out in a couple of weeks. The podcast episodes are published in this blog and you can also subscribe through iTunes or the RSS feed here.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wasn’t the only one who published Sherlock Holmes stories and in this episode Matthew J Elliott, Jean Upton and Roger Johnson tell us about how Doyle wrote, and how other people have continued to write Sherlock Holmes stories. Our next episode about A Study in Scarlet and Mormonism is coming out in a couple of weeks. The podcast episodes are published in this blog and you can also subscribe to it through iTunes or the RSS feed here. In the photo Matthew J Elliott and Lila Whelan