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Sherlock Holmes fan (but not expert) Mike Knoll and Sherlock Holmes neophyte (but charming conversationalist) Jackson Eflin watch the 1980's Granada Television series based on the The Great Detective, read the stories, and talk about it bi-weekly!
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In our innagural episode, we'll be looking at "A Scandal in Bohemia," in which a mysterious (he thinks) nobleman with fantastic facial hair enlists Holmes' aid in obsfucating a torrid affair. "A Scandal in Bohemia" was first broadcast on ITV 24 April, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name, published in The Strand, 25 June, 1891. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
S1E2 - The Dancing Men

S1E2 - The Dancing Men

2018-09-2039:39

Mr. Sherlock Holmes is enlisted to help a man who's wife is plagued by the appearance of childish stick figure drawings. "The Dancing Men" was first broadcast on ITV 1 May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
A nervous school friend of Dr. Watson calls upon The Great Detective to help retrieve a stolen treaty. "The Naval Treaty" was first broadcast on ITV 8 May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
In this singular problem, Sherlock Holmes and the good Doctor Watson are brought an unusual case. A music teacher is being regularly pursued while cycling to work, but only on a specific stretch of her trail. Promising long lost uncles, secret plots, and some truly underwhelming fight scenes. "The Solitary Cyclist" was first broadcast on ITV, the 15th May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
S1E5 - The Crooked Man

S1E5 - The Crooked Man

2018-11-0143:07

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are called upon to investigate the locked room murder of a respected military commander. "The Crooked Man" was first broadcast on ITV 22 May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
A young woman asks Sherlock Holmes to investigatge when her ill-tempered stepfather moves her into the same room where her sister died under mysterious circumstances. "The Speckled Band" was first broadcast on ITV 29 May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
The lost hat and goose of Mr. Henry Baker leads Holmes and Watson to the famed, and missing, Blue Carbuncle. "The Blue Carbuncle" was first broadcast on ITV, the 5th of May, 1984, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Sherlock Holmes is the greatest detective that ever lived. Will Ferrell is not. Mike and Jackson watched Holmes & Watson so you don't have to. "Holmes & Watson" was first broadcast on the 25th of Decemeber, 2018, and is based off a series of stories and novels that don't deserve this shit. Watson's amorous inclinations for the queen go back to this fascinating contemplation of Monarchic Government, British Identity, and Waifus. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Miss Violet Hunter beseeches The Great Detective to advise her on a curious, and distinctively spooky, job offer. Can Holmes and Watson save Miss Hunter from the dangers that await her at The Copper Beeches? Listen to find out! "The Copper Beeches" was first broadcast on ITV, the 25 August, 1985, and is based off a story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
A knock in the dark. A room of sheet-covered furniture. A frantic scratching of chalk on slate. A very drowsy old man with an enormous brain. A curious artistic ancestry. Join us as we parse these and more riddles to be found in...The Greek Interpretter. "The Copper Beeches" was first broadcast on ITV, on September 1st, 1985, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
The unfortunate John Hector McFarlane seeks the aid of Mr. Sherlock Holmes after he's accused of murdering the well known builder, Mr. Jonas Oldacre. With the evidence entirely in Inspector Lestrade's corner, Holmes and Watson desperately try to help Macfarlane prove he's innocent of the murder of The Norwood Builder. "The Norwood Builder" was first broadcast on ITV, on September 8th, 1985, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
The Baker Street Boys try to get out of the house for some peace during Mrs. Hudson's Spring Cleaning, only for Dr. Peter Trevelyan to bring them into a story of violence and dirty money! Join us as The Great Detective and The Good Doctor examine "The Resident Patient." "The Resident Patient" was first broadcast on ITV, on 15 September 1985, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
A pawn shop, a bank, and a spider at the center of the web are all in store as Jabez Wilson asks Holmes and Watson to investigate "The Red Headed League". Special guest Megan Knoll joins Mike and Jackson as they deduce their way one step closer to Reichenbach Falls. "The Red Headed League" was first broadcast on ITV, on 22 September 1985, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Holmes and Watson trek their way across The Continent one step ahead of Professor James Moriarty who seeks a permenant solution to "The Final Problem". "The Final Problem" was first broadcast on ITV, on 29 September 1985, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
S2E7 - Sherlock Gnomes

S2E7 - Sherlock Gnomes

2019-06-2729:06

It's Spring (sorta (when we recorded this)) so let's spend some time out in the garden with Sherlock Gnomes! When all the gnomes of London go missing, their Stalwart Defender Sherlock Holmes (and Doctor Watson) will team up with Gnomeo and Juliet to save them. This episode has it all! Porcelain, Mankinis, Dragons, and a very threatening bridge. Jackson makes reference to this video about Bi lighting All clips used are for the purpose of education, review, or entertainment, and are covered under fair use. Sherlock Gnomes was released in 2018 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Rocket Pictures, and Paramount Animation. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
S3E1 - The Empty House

S3E1 - The Empty House

2019-07-1136:26

Holmes remains 100% dead as Dr. Watson and a bookseller lie in wait for the murderer of the Honorable Ronald Adair in "The Empty House". "The Empty House" was first broadcast on ITV, on 9 July 1986, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Special Guest Alex Greyhawk of Gratuitous Pausing joins us tonight! It's Sherlock Holmes vs. The Randall when Ruesome Lord Brackenstall is found lying in his own blood, and his wife is found lying in her tale of the night. Can Sherlock Holmes, haunted by three glasses of brandy, figure out what is the truth...and what is justice? Find out at The Abbey Grange. "The Abbey Grange" was first broadcast on ITV, on 6 August 1986, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
In one of the strongest episodes yet, Sherlock Holmes plays chicken with none less than the Prime Minister of Great Britain, over nothing less than World War I! A mysterious woman, a missing letter, a murder that surely cannot be a coincidence, all this and more are pulled together by...The Second Stain. "The Second Stain" was first broadcast on ITV, on 13 August 1986, and is based off the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name. Audio clips used in this episode are owned by the copyright holders. A Study in Granada makes no claim of ownership, and all clips used are covered under fair use for purposes of commentary and criticism. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
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