10L Actors, Performances and Recordings -- Radio (173)

1. "The Forgotten Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Based on the Original Radio Plays by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green." Kirkus Reviews 73, no. 18 (2005): 1003.

Reviews the book "The Forgotten Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Based on the Original Radio Plays by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green," by H. Paul Jeffers.

2. The lost world. Los Angeles: Rhino Home Video, 1998. Visual Material 1 videocassette (ca. 45 min.).

sd., col. ; 1/2 in. Participants: Alien Voices: Roxann Biggs-Dawson ; John de Lancie ; Richard Doyle ; Marnie Mosiman ; Leonard Nimoy ; Ethan Phillips ; Dwight Schultz ; Armin Shimerman.; Filmed in front of a live theater audience as a radio broadcast complete with foley artists and live music. A scientific expedition into the Amazon jungle is cut off from the outside world on a primeval plateau where dinosaurs have evolved beside ape-men. The fate of the human race hangs in the balance.

3. "Onstage." American Theatre 25, no. 5 (2008): 84-95.

The article reviews theatrical productions being performed by members of the Theatre Communications Group including Park Square Theatre, St. Paul, Minnesota. "Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure," Steven Dietz; dir: Peter Moore. May 30-Jun 22, 2008. The People's Light & Theatre Company, Malvern, Pennsylvania. "Sherlock Holmes & The Case of the Jersey Lily," Katie Forgette; dir: Steve Umberger. Jun 18-Jul 13, 2008.

4. TV from radio a rare collection of TV's greatest shows. Carlsbad, CA: LALA Productions, 1998. Visual Material 6 videocassettes (ca. 720 min.).

sd., b&w ; 1/2 in. VHS. Title from videocassette label.; This classic collection features 24 television shows that were originally created and produced as radio shows during the 1930s and 1940s and successfully made the transition to television, captivating America in the early 1950s.

5. TV from radio. v. 6 a rare collection of TV's greatest shows. Carlsbad, CA: LALA Productions, 1998. Visual Material 1 videocassettes (ca. 120 min.).

sd., b&w ; 1/2 in. VHS.; This classic collection features 4 television shows that were originally created and produced as radio shows during the 1930s and 1940s and successfully made the transition to television, captivating America in the early 1950s.

6. TV from Yesteryear. Schiller Park, IL: MediaBay, 2000. Visual Material videodiscs.

sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. DVD. Videodisc release of episodes of television programs from the 1950s along with episodes from the radio programs of the same title from the 1940s and 1950s.; V 1 Detectives, Ellery Queen / Boston Blackie / Dragnet : The Adventures of Ellery Queen, Murder to music / One diamond -- Boson Blackie, 1952 / The disappearing plane -- Dragnet, The big producer / The big run.; V 2 Comedies, Ozzie and Harriet / Duffy's Tavern / Jack Benny : The adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, the Halloween Party / Antique vase -- Duffy's Tavern, Grand opening / Half a racehorse -- The Jack Benny Program, The Violin lesson.; V 3 Comedies, Fibber McGee and Molly / Burns and Allen / Great Gildersleeve : Fibber McGee and Molly, Trouble paying bills -- The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, 15th Wedding Anniversary -- The Great Gildersleeve, The bard of Summerfield / Smitten by an unknown lady.; V 4 Comedies, Bergen and McCarthy / Life of Riley / Our Miss Brooks : The Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy show, Nov. 23, 1950 episode / Nov. 16, 1947 episode -- The life of Riley, Bab's school election / Riley and Gillis spend a week at the lake -- Our Miss Brooks, Home cooked meal / Stretch the basketball star.; V 5 Detectives, Dangerous assignment / Philip Marlowe / Richard Diamond : Dangerous Assignment, The bloodstained feather / Assignment in the islands --Philip Marlowe, Murder is a grave affair / The Anniversary gift -- Richard Diamond, Picture of fear / The Gibson murder case.; V 6 Detectives, Gangbusters / Mr. And Mrs. North / Sherlock Holmes : Gangbusters, The case of Willie "the actor" Sutton" / The case of the triple treat bandits -- Mr. & Mrs. North, Target / Who killed Mr. Stefano? -- Sherlock Holmes, The case of Lady Beryl / The three Garridebs.; V 7 Adventure, Flash Gordon / Lone Ranger / Roy Rogers : Flash Gordon, The planet of Death / On the Planet Mongo -- The Lone Ranger, Finders keepers / Set a thief -- The Roy Rogers Show, Bad neighbors / Going after the coonterfeit.; V 8 Favorites, Halls of Ivy / Mr. District attorney / The Third Man : The Halls of Ivy, The Umbrella Man / 15 year old Genius -- Mr. District Attorney, Rehearsed robberies / Lovers' Lane Killing -- The third man, listen for the sound of a witch / Cigarettes.

7. Barry, Martin. "The Crown Diamond: A Radio Play in One Act." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 4 (1995): 19-26.

8. Bauers, Sandy. "Readers will get vocal over these stocking stuffers; [Morning Edition]." Orange County Register, Dec 11, 1994: F32.

This version of Dickens' classic is read by Patrick Stewart. Although my annual favorite still is the Caedmon recording by Sir John Gielgud, this is the one that gets more hype, and Simon & Schuster has just released it in a fancy new CD version.; With the publication of this recording, Simon & Schuster has completed its series of vintage Holmes radio broadcasts starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. The series is available singly or in packaged sets.; The novelized version of the Battle of Gettysburg is read by George Hearn with an afterword by [Michael Shaara]'s son Jeffrey. This is not only a great recording, it also has an elegant box and a four-page folder with a map.

9. Blowen, Michael. "Video Watch." The Boston Globe, May 7, 2000: C9.

"...Fans of Sherlock Holmes can rejoice with the release on Tuesday of "An Evening With Sherlock Holmes." Actually, it should be titled several evenings because this boxed set contains four movies - "Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon" (1942), "Woman In Green" (1945), "Terror by Night" (1946), and "Dressed To Kill" (1946). And that's not all. It also includes an interview with Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle filmed in 1927 and 30 original radio broadcasts starring the film's leads, Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce...."

10. Borzillo, Carrie. "Syndicators present shows for holidays." Billboard 106, no. 49 (1994): 100.

Reports on shows planned by radio syndicators in the United States for the 1994 Christmas season. Includes a reference to Holmes. "Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Charles Michelson is offering a dozen of radio's most-famous drama and comedy programs for the holidays. The half-hour specials are "The Jack Benny Christmas Special,"..."The Sherlock Holmes Christmas Show,"..."

11. Boucher, Anthony. The Adventure of the Black Angus ; and, The Adventure of the Elusive Emerald. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Adventure of the elusive emerald; In The adventure of the black angus, Holmes and Watson begin a search for a missing bridegroom and end up in a castle in Scotland where people believe in a five-hundred-year-old legend of a werewolf. In The adventure of the elusive emerald, the priceless Kratzoff Emerald is stolen, the Duchess of Penfield is suspected and Holmes must use all his ability to find the real thief

12. ———. The adventure of the Carpathian horror ; and, The Lion's mane. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Lion's mane; In The adventure of the Carpathian horror, Holmes and Watson travel to an ancient castle deep in the Carpathian mountains to investigate why Count Romany is going mad and if the legends of vampires in his family history could possibly be true. In The lion's mane, a dying man mutters the words, "the lion's mane" and Holmes and Watson must discover if this is clue to his death or if something much more sinister is at play

13. ———. The Adventure of the Devil's Foot ; and, The Adventure of the Dying Detective. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Added Title: Adventure of the dying detective; "In The adventure of the devil's foot, the investigation into the death of a family and the return of devil worship must be solved before Holmes and Watson become the next victims. In the adventure of the dying detective, Watson finds Holmes suffering from a terrible disease for which Watson knows no cure and he must find the mysterious owner of a rubber plantation and get his help before Holmes dies."

14. ———. The adventure of the genuine guarnarius ; and, The adventure of the submerged nobleman. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast Nov. 16, 1946 (The adventure of the genuine guarnarius) and May 26,1947 (The adventure of the submerged nobleman). Added Title: Adventure of the submerged nobleman;

15. ———. The adventure of the Grand Old Man ; and, The singular affair of the white cockerel. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The adventure of the Grand Old Man, Holmes is asked to investigate a ghost haunting 'The Grand Old Man' of the theater on his death bed. In The singular affair of the white cockerel, Holmes investigates the theft of a chicken only to find something extremely sinister behind this act."

16. ———. The Adventure of the Haunted Bagpipes ; and, The Adventure of the Horseless Carriage. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp./Nova Audio, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway;

17. ———. The adventure of the innocent murdress ; and, The adventure of the iron maiden. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast June 30, 1947 (The adventure of the innocent murdress) and July 7, 1947 (The adventure of the iron maiden); "In The adventure of the innocent murdress, Holmes and Watson observe an unwanted visitor shoot the emissary from Groznia, but there is evidence that the emissary was poisoned at exactly the same time so who is the real murderer or murderess? In The adventure of the iron maiden, Holmes and Watson are asked to investigate strange happenings at a torture museum in Germany where a corpse was found in an iron maiden."

18. ———. The Adventure of the Sally Martin ; and, The strange death of Mrs. Abernetty. Grand Haven, Mich: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The strange adventure of the Sally Martin, Holmes is drawn into a perplexing murder mystery when George Byron is found dead in his bunk on the schooner Sally Martin. In The Strange death of Mrs. Abernetty, murder is committed in the presence of Holmes in one of the most diabolical murders he ever encountered."

19. ———. The Clue of the Hungry Cat ; and, The Singular Affair of the Dying Schoolboys. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The clue of the hungry cat, Holmes agrees to help a man who is condemned to die prove his innocence, but what is the clue provided by a hungry cat that can bring the true murderer to justice? In The singular affair of the dying schoolboys, Lord Landers asks Holmes to investigate the death of his younger brother and Holmes finds that five students have been murdered and the rest are living in terror. Is the school being used to murder unwanted relatives?"

20. ———. Death in the North Sea ; and, The Adventure of the Speckled Band. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Performer Note: Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Event Note: Originally broadcast June 16, 1947 (Death in the North Sea) and June 23, 1947 (The adventure of the speckled band);

21. ———. The Haunting of Sherlock Holmes ; and, The Baconian Cipher. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Performer Note: Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes) and Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson); "Presents two previously lost original broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In The haunting of Sherlock Holmes, a beautiful opera singer accused of spying visits Holmes and Watson shortly after her execution. In The Baconian cipher, Holmes detects a strange message in the "Agony Column" of the London Times, leading to a curious plot of murder and intrigue."

22. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1995 4 sound cassette (ca. 240 min.).

Featuring Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes) and Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson). Contents: Tape1. The Great Gandolfo -- The adventure of the original Hamlet -- tape 2. Murder by moonlight -- The singular affair of the coptic cross -- tape 3. The gunpowder plot -- The babbling butler -- tape 4. The accidental murderess -- The adventure of the Blarney Stone;

23. ———. New adventures of Sherlock Holmes : the haunting of Sherlock Holmes and the Baconian Cipher. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (approx. 1 hr.).

24. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes audio gift set. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994 4 sound cassette (ca. 240 min.).

Featuring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Contents: Tape1. The living doll -- The disappearing scientists -- tape 2. The adventure of the speckled band -- The purloined ruby -- tape 3. The book of Tobit -- Murder beyond the mountains -- tape 4. The Manor House case -- The adventure of the stuttering ghost;

25. ———. The night before Christmas ; and, The Darlington substitution. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1994 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

Starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson; "Presents two previously lost broadcasts of the popular radio program entitled Sherlock Holmes. In the first story, a simple mistake puts everyone's life in danger when Dr. Watson plays Santa for a group of children on Christmas Eve and Holmes must act to prevent the tragedy and solve a puzzling crime at the same time. In the second tale, Holmes must devise a test to determine who is heir to the Darlington fortune and who is the real mother to Lord Darlington's son."

26. ———. The strange case of Professor Presbery, or, The creeping man ; and, The adventure of the scarlet worm. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp, 1996 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes; v. 9. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway; "In The strange case of Professor Presbery, Holmes must solve a mystery whose only clues are a small engraved wooden box, some strange letters and a scream in the night. In The adventure of the scarlet worm, Mycroft Holmes sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to Paris to foil an international spy ring, but when Watson goes undercover to trap a beautiful female spy, who really is falling into a trap?"

27. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Nigel Bruce, and Tom Conway. The Clue of the Hungry Cat ; and, the Singular Affair of the Dying Schoolboys. Uniform Title: Clue of the hungry cat. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 1. Container title./ At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents./ "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container./ Originally broadcast October 26, 1946 (The clue of the hungry cat) and November 9, 1946 (The singular affair of the dying schoolboys)./ "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container./ "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container./ Participants: Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. [by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green]. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins.; "In The clue of the hungry cat, Holmes agrees to help a man who is condemned to die prove his innocence, but what is the clue provided by a hungry cat that can bring the true murderer to justice? In The singular affair of the dying schoolboys, Lord Landers asks Holmes to investigate the death of his younger brother and Holmes finds that five students have been murdered and the rest are living in terror. Is the school being used to murder unwanted relatives?"

28. ———. The Island of Death ; and, The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery. Uniform Title: Island of death. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 11. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast April 28, 1947 (The island of death) and May 5, 1947 (The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. [by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green]. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins.; "In The island of death, a circus fat lady, a group of midgets and a contortionist ask Holmes and Watson to accompany them to a deserted island deep in the Scottish Lake District where they have been invited by a scientist whose intentions are unknown. In The remarkable affair of the pointless robbery, Holmes is asked to investigate the ransacking of a rectory and the death of the local chemist which have some common sinister force behind them."

29. ———. The red headed league ; and, Murder in the locked room. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1997. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 14. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performers Parley Baer, Harry Bartell, Elliott Reid and Peggy Webber"--Container. "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway. Originally broadcast June 2, 1947 (The red headed league) and June 9, 1947 (Murder in the locked room). Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Red headed league.; "In The red headed league, Holmes wonders what is the reason for the unusual bequest to certain redheaded Londoners and does it mean that a fantastic crime is about to be committed? In Murder in the locked room, Holmes must decide whether an writer working on a "locked room" mystery story has committed suicide in a 'locked room' or if it really is murder."

30. ———. The strange case of the persecuted millionaire ; and, the adventure of the Maltree Abbey. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1995. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 4. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast February 10, 1947 (The strange case of the persecuted millionaire) and March 31, 1947 (The adventure of Maltree Abbey). "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Strange case of the persecuted millionaire.; "In The strange case of the persecuted millionaire, John B. Harden is being driven mad with death threats found in the most unusual places and Holmes is asked to prevent a shockiing tragedy. In The adventure of Maltree Abbey, Holmes must unlock the mystery of a priceless treasure which will be lost should he should fail."

31. ———. Wysteria Lodge ; and, The Harley Street murders. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance, 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 12. Cover title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast May 12, 1947 (Wysteria Lodge) and May 19, 1947 (The Harley Street murders). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Wysteria Lodge.; "In Wysteria Lodge, can Holmes solve the mystery of the scream in the night and the disappearance by morning of everyone at the lodge but Mr. Eckles? In The Harley Street murders, Holmes must find the sinister force behind the deaths of five physicians."

32. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway, and Ben Wright. Queue for murder ; and, The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 8. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio Books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performers Parley Baer, Harry Bartell, Elliott Reid and Peggy Webber"--Container. Originally broadcast March 4, 1947 (Queue for murder) and March 10, 1947 (The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway and Ben Wright. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Queue for murder.; "In Queue for murder, Dr. Watson attends a dying man whose last words are a death threat to a wealthy physician and Holmes must determine how these two are linked before it is too late. In The singular affair of the ancient Egyptian curse, the curse of the tomb of Ha Sha Bit not only kills Lord Cranwood but his son dies mysteriously in the British Museum right in front of Sherlock Holmes."

33. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Arthur Conan Doyle, Basil Rathbone, and Tom Conway. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 23. New York: Simon & Schuster Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips, stereo., Dolby processed. "The original radio broadcasts! Never before available!" Based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Participants: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Tom Conway.; "The gunpowder plot (broadcast November 5, 1945): On a Guy Fawkes holiday, Holmes and Watson encounter a murder plot with an amazing similarity to a case that is almost 300 years old. The babbling butler (broadcast January 27, 1947): Holmes and Watson find themselves drawn into an investigation of two tragic deaths."

34. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Basil Rathbone, and Nigel Bruce. In Flanders Field ; and, The Eyes of Mr. Leyton: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

ID: 4536; 9780671690823; 69082-5; [sound recording]. Anthony Boucher and Denis Green. analog. Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. Recording of the original radio broadcasts on May 14 and Sept. 24, 1945. In container (18 cm.). Sherlock Holmes (Radio program); In Flanders field; Eyes of Mr. Leyton.; "Presents two previously lost original broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In the first, Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate the disappearance of a Shakepearean actor. In The eyes of Mr. Leyton, they search for someone who preys on opium users."

35. ———. The mystery of the headless monk ; and, the strange case of the demon barber: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1989 Sound Recording.

ID: 4537; 9780671680886; 076714009950; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog; Starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. "The original radio broadcast!"--Container. The mystery of the headless monk was broadcast on April 15, 1946 and The case of the demon barber was broadcast on Jan. 28, 1946 over the Mutual Broadcasting System. "Complete with original radio narration, commercials and an introduction and conclusion by the golden age of radio performer, Ben H. Wright"--Container.; "Presents two previously lost broadcasts of the popular radio drama, Sherlock Holmes. In The mystery of the headless monk, a leading expert on the supernatural has been murdered in a haunted chapel and the suspect is the ghost of a beheaded monk. In The strange case of the demon barber, an actor awakes to find fresh blood stains on his hands and clothes and asks Holmes to prove that he is responsible for a string of unsolved murders."

36. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Murder by moonlight & other mysteries. Volumes 19-24. [S.l.]: Simon & Schuster Audio, 2005. Sound Recording 6 sound discs.

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Adapted for radio by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green. Compact disc. Previously released, 1988-1999. Participants: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, other performers. Broadcast between 1945 and 1946.;

37. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Murder in the Casbah & other mysteries. Volumes 13-18. [S.l.]: Simon & Schuster Audio, 2005. Sound Recording 6 sound discs.

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Adapted for radio by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green. Compact disc. Previously released, 1988-1999. Participants: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, other performers. Broadcast between 1945 and 1946.;

38. ———. A scandal in Bohemia ; and, The second generation: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990 Sound Recording.

ID: 4491; 69081-7; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Starring Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce. Originally broadcast Dec. 10, 1945 (1st selection) and Dec. 17, 1945 (2nd selection) over the Mutual Broadcasting System. The first selection adapted from the story by Arthur Conan Doyle for radio by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green ; the second an original radio play.; "Presents two original radio episodes featuring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes with Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. In the first story, Holmes goes undercover the save the king of Bohemia from scandal, but he must confront a beautiful and dangerous adversary. In the sequel, Holmes and Watson return to Bohemia twenty years later to discover that old crimes never die."

39. ———. The tell tale pigeon feathers and, The indiscretion of Mr. Edwards: The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1990 Sound Recording.

ID: 4539; 69083-3; 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Recording of the original radio broadcasts from Jan. 21 and Jan. 4, 1946. Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. In container (18 cm.). Program notes on container.; "Presents two original radio episodes featuring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes with Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. In the first story, Holmes is put to work by his brother and discovers a man who can turn himself into a bird or a spy, while Watson lands in jail. In the sequel, a member of the royal family is seduced by a beautiful circus performer. When Watson goes undercover to break the affair, he finds a dead body and a very disturbing clue."

40. Boucher, Anthony, Denis Green, Basil Rathbone, and Tom Conway. The strange case of Professor Presbery, or, The creeping man ; and, the adventure of the scarlet worm. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Corp., 1996. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.).

Analog, stereo. More new adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; v. 9. Container title. At head of title: Nova Audio books presents. "Cassette introduction and closing comments by "Golden Age" radio performer Elliott Reid"--Container. Originally broadcast March 17, 1947 (The strange case of Professor Presbery) and March 24, 1947 (The adventure of the scarlet worm). "Original dramas from the golden age of radio"--Container. "Based on incidents in the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle"--Container. Starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway. Produced by Ken Greenwald and Dick Mullins. Uniform Title: Strange case of Professor Presbery.; "In The strange case of Professor Presbery, Holmes must solve a mystery whose only clues are a small engraved wooden box, some strange letters and a scream in the night. In The adventure of the scarlet worm, Mycroft Holmes sends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to Paris to foil an international spy ring, but when Watson goes undercover to trap a beautiful female spy, who really is falling into a trap?"

41. Brusic, Lucy McTeer, James Hubbs, William Nadel, and Cy Harrice. Edith Meiser and her adventures with Sherlock Holmes a guide to the Edith Meiser Collection at the University of Minnesota. Minneapolis: Sherlock Holmes Collections, Special Collections and Rare Books, University of Minnesota, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references;

42. Buchan, John, Orson Welles, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The 39 steps and, Sherlock Holmes. [United States]: Nostalgia Arts, 2005. Sound Recording (CD) 2 sound discs.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. Compact disc. Title from container. Sherlock Holmes from the play by William Gillette. Participants: 39 Steps: Orson Welles ; Sherlock Holmes: Orson Welles, Ray Collins, Mary Taylor, Brenda Forbes, Edgar Barrier, Morgan Farley, Richard Wilson, Eustace Wyatt. 39 Steps originally broadcast August 1, 1938 and Sherlock Holmes on September 25, 1938 on the CBS Network. [by John Buchan and Arthur Conan Doyle].;

43. Coules, Bert, John Addy, and Northern Musgraves Sherlock Holmes Society. 221 BBC writing for the world's first complete dramatised canon (with some observations upon previous radio appearances of Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson), (Musgrave monograph). S.l: Northern Musgraves, 1998.

44. Davies, David Stuart. "Review--A Sound Achievement: a consideration of Radio Four's Sherlock Holmes series." The Ritual, no. 15 (1995): 40-44.

45. ———. "Review--The Return of Sherlock Holmes, BBC Radio Four." The Ritual, no. 11 (1993): 28-31.

46. Donald, Ann. "Who's that cat in the deer hat?" The Herald (Glasgow), July 8, 2000: 19.

"Sherlock Holmes ranks alone in the distinguished genre of crime fiction creations - if only for his class A drug habit and eccentric apparel of deerstalker and pipe. This week's celebration of the Baker Street clever clogs and his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, hung on the flimsy premise that Doyle popped his clogs 70 years ago. Given the riches languishing in the BBC's own radio drama vaults, it was remiss of the powers-that-be to deprive us of at least one rendition of Basil Rathbone's blinding interpretation of the great detective. However, Radio 4 was obviously intent on plunging into the real-life mire with The Secret History of Conan Doyle and The Real Sherlock Holmes. The mystery clouding Doyle's own life was pierced by Humphrey Carpenter's investigation...."

47. Donovan, Paul. "Radio." Sunday Times (London), December 21, 2003: 72.

"With Great Pleasure At Christmas (R4, 2.15pm). Scott of the Antarctic's diaries, a Spike Milligan cat poem and Sherlock Holmes are among the announcer Brian Perkins's...choices...."

48. ———. "So good, it's elementary." The Sunday Times (London), June 21, 1998: 30.

"History is about to be made on Radio 4. For the first time anywhere in the world and on any medium, the entire Sherlock Holmes canon of 56 short stories and four novels has now been dramatised with the same two actors - Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson. The Hound of the Baskervilles, which begins next Sunday as a two-part Classic Serial, completes a project that started nine years ago and is unlikely ever to be replicated...."

49. Doyle, Arthur Conan. His Last Bow. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

Performer Note: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Contents: Wisteria lodge -- The cardboard box -- The red circle -- The Bruce Partington plans;

50. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, volume 2. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog, Dolby processed. BBC Radio presents. "Originally conceived for BBC broadcast."; Presents full cast dramatizations of four classic Sherlock Holmes mysteries--"The Musgrave Ritual," "The Reigate Squires," "The Crooked Man," and "The Resident Patient."

51. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Volumes 1-3. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio, 1997. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (480 min.).

analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed. Previously released in 1991 and 1992. Title from container.; Twelve stories in which Sherlock Holmes and his friend, Dr. Watson, prove that when trouble is afoot, high intelligence, keen observation and proper method provide the key to the most puzzling cases.

52. ———. Sherlock Holmes, sign of the four. New York: BDD Audio ; Prince Frederick, MD ; [Distributed by] Recorded Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

BBC Radio. Analog, Dolby system. Unabridged. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents.";

53. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the hound of the Baskervilles. New York: BDD Audio ; Prince Frederick, MD : [Distributed by] Recorded Books, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Analog, Dolby system. Unabridged. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents.";

54. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the valley of fear. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Pub., 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

BBC Radio. Analog, Dolby system. "An audio dramatization"--Container. At head of title: "BBC Radio presents."; With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumbbell, and Doctor Watson's umbrella, Sherlock Holmes unravels a tangled web of clues to a murder which stretches over 15 years and two continents.

55. ———. Sherlock Holmes. The valley of fear. [London]: BBC Worldwide Ltd. ; Hampton, NH ; [Distributed by] BBC Audiobooks America, 2003. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (1 hr., 50 min.).

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC Radio collection. Compact discs (DDD). BBC Audiobooks America: BBCD 037. Indexed inaudibly at approximately three minute intervals and at logical junctions to facilitate the location of segments by the listeners. Participants: Clive Meritson and Michael Williams ; with full-cast dramatization. Also issued on cassette.; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson respond to a coded warning when they arrived at a fortressed country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas, too late to prevent a tragic death. They must follow a series of clues in search of a murderer and establish a connection between the corpse with a missing face and a ruthless secret society which once terrorized a desolate region of the United States.

56. ———. The sign of the four. England?: BBC Worldwide, 1998 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Jonathan Small, Brian Blessed ; Mary Morstan, Moir Leslie ; Abdullah Khan, Amerjit deu ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Thaddeus Sholto, Richard Tate ; Major Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff ; Bartholomew Sholto/Mahomet Singh, John Bull ; Inspector Jones, Siôn Probert ; Sherman, John Moffatt ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Mrs. Forrester, Elizabeth Mansfield ; Jacobson, Vincent Brimble. Performer Note: Alexander Balanescu, violin;

57. ———. A study in scarlet. New York: BDD Audio, 1998 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. John Watson,Michael Williams ; Stamford, Paul Downing ; Stangerson, Matt Zimmerman ; Alice, Jane Slavin ; Drebber, Ed Bishop ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Mme. Charpentier, Marcia King ; Inspector Gregson, John Moffatt ; Inspector Lestrade, Donald Gee.P.C. Rance, Michael Kilgariff ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Jefferson Hope, Shane Rimmer ; John Ferrier, Christopher Good ; Brigham Young, Peter Carlisle ; Stangerson Snr., John Bull ; Lucy, Alice Arnold. Performer Note: Alexander Balanescu, violin; In this first Sherlock Holmes story, Dr. Watson is at a loose end until a chance encounter leads him to take rooms with a remarkable young man. The arrogant, irascible Sherlock Holmes is a master chemist, a talented musician and an expert on all aspects of crime. When Watson is drawn into the investigation of a bizarre murder in which Holmes is involved, he is unaware that it is the beginning of the most famous partnership in the history of criminal detection

58. ———. The valley of fear. [London]: BBC Worldwide Ltd. ; Hampton, NH ; [Distributed by] BBC Audiobooks America, 2003. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes.

Analog. BBC Radio collection. "The finest in audio drama." Participants: Clive Merritson and Michael Williams ; with full-cast radio dramatization.; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson respond to a coded warning when they arrived at a fortressed country house of the reclusive Jack Douglas, too late to prevent a tragic death. They must follow a series of clues in search of a murderer and establish a connection between the corpse with a missing face and a ruthless secret society which once terrorized a desolate region of the United States.

59. ———. The valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio, 1998 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; John McMurdo, Iain Glen ; The narrator, Ronald Pickup ; Inspector MacDonald, Mark Bonnar ; White Mason, Timothy Bateson. Performer Note: Michael Haslam, piano ; Abigail Young, violin; With the aid of a local guidebook, a missing dumbbell, and Doctor Watson's umbrella, Sherlock Holmes unravels a tangled web of clues to a murder that stretches over 15 years and two continents

60. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Gielgud, and Ralph Richardson. The best of Sherlock Holmes. London: Hodder Headline Audiobooks, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 6 sound cassettes in 3 containers (ca. 6 hr.).

Golden days of radio. Dramatisations of Conan Doyle's stories first broadcast in the 1950s. [featuring] Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson.;

61. ———. The best of Sherlock Holmes. München: Der Hör Verlag, 1996. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.).

stereo. Audio books, 233. "Produktion: BBC 1951." Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson et al.;

62. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (360 min.).

Analog. Nostalgia radio. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes) ; Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson).; Radio enactments of twelve stories featuring the sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson.

63. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles. Sherlock Holmes [a Baker's Street dozen]. Saint Paul, MN: Highbridge, 2001. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes.

Analog. Subtitle from container. Radio adaptations of stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. Featuring Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes, Ralph Richardson as Dr. Watson, and Orson Welles as Professor Moriarty.;

64. ———. Sherlock Holmes: a Baker Street dozen. Minneapolis, MN: Highbridge, 2006. Sound Recording 6 sound discs (5 1/4 hr.).

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Licensed from Charles Michelson, Inc., ©1953. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles.;

65. ———. Sherlock Holmes: a Baker Street dozen. St. Paul, MN: Highbridge ; Novato, CA. : Soundelux, p1983., 2002. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (60 min. each).

analog. Title from container. Licensed from Charles Michelson, Inc. (copyright 1953). Cassettes individually produced in 1983 by Soundelux Audio Publishing. Distributed as a set under collective title by HighBridge Company. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, and Orson Welles.;

66. ———. Sherlock Holmes: the classics. Novato, CA: Soundelux, 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (218 min.).

analog. "Full cast dramatization, with sound effects and music"--Container. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Watson), Orson Welles (Moriarty).;

67. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Edith Meiser, John Stanley, and Alfred Shirley. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2001. Sound Recording 10 sound discs (10 hr.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. + Includes: 1 pamphlet. Smithsonian collection (Radio Spirits, Inc.) Stories by or inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, many adapted by Edith Meiser. Original radio broadcasts from the 1947-1948 season. Compact discs. Featuring John Stanley and Alfred Shirley ; various announcers and guest stars. Adapted by Edith Meiser.;

68. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2002. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. World's 30 greatest mysteries. "Live radio program"--Cassette. Title on container: The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. "Free audiobook"--Container. John Stanley as Sherlock Holmes ; Alfred Shirley as Dr. Watson. Written by Edith Meiser ; produced and directed by Basil Loughrane ; production of Old Time Radio.;

69. ———. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. The case of the bleeding chandelier, 06-13-48. The adventure of the veiled lodger, 06-20-48. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2001. Sound Recording 1 sound disc (1 hr.).

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Old-time radio blockbusters. Compact disc. Participants: John Stanley, Alfred Shirley. Producer/director, Basil Loughrane ; sound effects, Hal Reid.;

70. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Edith Meiser, John Stanley, Alfred Shirley, and Charles D. Penman. The new adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, 2001. Sound Recording 10 sound cassettes.

analog. + Includes: 1 booklet (32 p. : ill. ; 13 cm.). Smithsonian collection (Radio Spirits, Inc.) Stories and characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with scripts by Edith Meiser. At head of title: Old-time radio. John Stanley as Sherlock Holmes ; Alfred Shirley as Dr. Watson ; Charles D. Penman as Professor Moriarty.; Twenty of Sherlock Holmes' greatest radio adventures from the long-lost 1947-48 radio season.

71. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, and Michael Williams. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, vol. 1. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC Radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

72. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, vol. 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC Radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

73. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, vol. 3. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC Radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

74. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. radio dramatiation. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 12 sound discs (9 hr., 25 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC Radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Issued in three containers. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

75. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Volume one. London: BBC Audiobooks, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation. "This recording was previously released in 1996"--Container. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

76. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Volume three. London: BBC Audiobooks, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation. "This recording was previously released in 1996"--Container. "Also includes an interview with Adrian Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur's son"--Container. Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

77. ———. The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Volume two. London: BBC Audiobooks, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation. "This recording was previously released in 1996"--Container./ Participants: Clive Merrison as Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

78. ———. The Complete Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes. North Kingstown, RI: BBC Audiobooks America, 2004. Sound Recording 64 sound discs (48 hr., 10 min.).

BBC Radio. digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Every Sherlock Holmes novel and story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, performed by a full cast"--Container. Participants: Clive Merrison, Michael Williams.;

79. ———. His Last Bow, Vol. 1. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Performed by Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. Watson), and a full cast.;

80. ———. His Last Bow, Vol. 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Performed by Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. Watson), and a full cast.;

81. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 12 sound discs (8 hr., 45 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. Issued in three containers. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Participants: Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson.;

82. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 1. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 3 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. "Four BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations." Participants: Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson.;

83. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hrs., 55 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. "A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation." Participants: Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes ; Michael Williams as Dr. Watson.;

84. ———. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Vol. 3. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC Radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Participants: Performed by Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Watson), and a full cast.; Greek interpreter: Holmes' reclusive brother Mycroft makes one of his few appearances, introducing the curious case of Mr. Melas. Naval treaty: "Tadpole" Phelps is in despair after a vital government document is stolen. He calls on his old schoolmate Watson who with Holmes uncovers a dark world of espionage and murderous intent. Second stain: Holmes must find another missing document, but this time the theft might easily lead to a political crisis affecting all of Europe. Final problem: An epic intellectual struggle between Holmes and Moriarty ends high above the foaming chasm of Reichenback Falls, Switzerland.

85. ———. The novels of Sherlock Holmes radio dramatization. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 8 sound discs (7 hr., 20 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. Title from container. "A BBC Radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Issued in two containers. Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

86. ———. The novels of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 1. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (3 hr., 40 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. Title from container. "A BBC Radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

87. ———. The novels of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (3 hr., 40 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. Compact discs. Title from container. "A BBC Radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Clive Merrison as Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr. Watson, and a full cast.;

88. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 1. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. Watson), and a full cast.;

89. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Performed by Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. Watson), and a full cast.;

90. ———. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. 3. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America ; BBC Worldwide, 2004. Sound Recording 4 sound discs (2 hr., 55 min.).

BBC Radio 4. digital ; 4 3/4 in. BBC radio collection. "A BBC radio 4 full cast dramatization"--Container cover insert. Compact disc. Performed by Clive Merrison (Holmes), Michael Williams (Dr. Watson), and a full cast.;

91. ———. Sherlock Holmes The hound of the Baskervilles. Bath: BBC Worldwide, 2001. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (110 min.).

BBC Radio 4. BBC Worldwide Ltd. digital ; 4 3/4 in. Compact discs. A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation. Cast: Clive Merrison and Michael Williams.;

92. ———. A Study in scarlet. Hampton, NH: BDD Audiobooks America ; London : BBC Worldwide Ltd., 2000. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (1 hr., 50 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. Compact discs (DDD). BBC Audiobooks America: BBCD 031. Indexed inaudibly at approximately three minute intervals and at strategic junctions to facilitate the location of segments by listeners. Full-cast dramatization wth Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr. Watson. Issued also on cassette.;

93. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Alexander Balanescu, Bert Coules, Ian Cotterell, and David Johnston. A study in scarlet. New York: BDD Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

BDD Audio (Firm). BBC Radio. analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 credit list (11 cm.) At head of title: BBC Radio presents. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. John Watson,Michael Williams ; Stamford, Paul Downing ; Stangerson, Matt Zimmerman ; Alice, Jane Slavin ; Drebber, Ed Bishop ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Mme. Charpentier, Marcia King ; Inspector Gregson, John Moffatt ; Inspector Lestrade, Donald Gee.P.C. Rance, Michael Kilgariff ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Jefferson Hope, Shane Rimmer ; John Ferrier, Christopher Good ; Brigham Young, Peter Carlisle ; Stangerson Snr., John Bull ; Lucy, Alice Arnold. Alexander Balanescu, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Ian Cotterell ; producer, David Johnston.;

94. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Brian Blessed, Bert Coules, and Ian Cotterell. The sign of the four : a Sherlock Holmes mystery : radio play ; level: advanced. München: Hörverl., 2007. Sound Recording 2 CDs (120 Min.).

Stereo ; 12 cm. BBC audio. Produktionsjahr: 1989. Performed by Clive Merrison ; Michael Williams ; Brian Blessed and many others. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Directed by Ian Cotterell.;

95. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, and Bert Coules. The Complete Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes. London: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 36 sound cassettes (48 hr., 10 min.).

BBC Radio 4. ; BBC Worldwide Ltd. analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Radio collection BBC. Variation: BBC radio collection. Includes small guide book to the radio series by Bert Coules. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams.;

96. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Ian Cotterell, David Johnston, and Alexander Balanescu. The sign of the four. [England?]: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

BBC Radio 4. BBC Worldwide Ltd. analog, stereo., Dolby processed. Radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Jonathan Small, Brian Blessed ; Mary Morstan, Moir Leslie ; Abdullah Khan, Amerjit deu ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Thaddeus Sholto, Richard Tate ; Major Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff ; Bartholomew Sholto/Mahomet Singh, John Bull ; Inspector Jones, Siôn Probert ; Sherman, John Moffatt ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Mrs. Forrester, Elizabeth Mansfield ; Jacobson, Vincent Brimble. Alexander Balanescu, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Ian Cotterell ; producer, David Johnston.;

97. ———. The sign of the four. [England?]: BBC Worldwide, 2002. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (110 min.).

BBC Radio 4. BBC Worldwide Ltd. digital , stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. Radio collection BBC. Compact disc. Previously published in 1998. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Jonathan Small, Brian Blessed ; Mary Morstan, Moir Leslie ; Abdullah Khan, Amerjit deu ; Mrs. Hudson, Anna Cropper ; Thaddeus Sholto, Richard Tate ; Major Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff ; Bartholomew Sholto/Mahomet Singh, John Bull ; Inspector Jones, Siôn Probert ; Sherman, John Moffatt ; Wiggins, Alan Dean ; Mrs. Forrester, Elizabeth Mansfield ; Jacobson, Vincent Brimble. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Ian Cotterell ; producer, David Johnston.;

98. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Enyd Williams, Michael Haslam, and Ian Humphries. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [London?]: BBC Worldwide, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (110 min.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; Mrs. Hudson, Judi Dench ; Sir Charles Baskerville, Donald Sinden ; Sir Henry Baskerville, Mark Leake ; Stapleton, Ian Masters ; Dr. Mortimer, Roger May ; Barrymore, Don McCorkindale./ Michael Haslam, piano ; Ian Humphries, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Enyd Williams.;

99. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Bert Coules, Enyd Williams, Michael Haslam, and Abigail Young. The valley of fear. New York: BDD Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (180 min.).

BDD Audio (Firm). BBC Radio. analog, Dolby processed + Includes: 1 credits list (11 cm.). At head of title: BBC Radio presents. "An audio dramatization"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams ; John McMurdo, Iain Glen ; The narrator, Ronald Pickup ; Inspector MacDonald, Mark Bonnar ; White Mason, Timothy Bateson./ Michael Haslam, piano ; Abigail Young, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules ; director, Enyd Williams.;

100. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Roger Danes, Bert Coules, Peter Ling, Enyd Williams, Patrick Rayner, and Leonard Friedman. His Last Bow, Vol. 1. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules, Roger Danes, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

101. ———. Sherlock Holmes, his last bow. volume 1 & 2. Hampton, NH: BBC Audiobooks America, 2000. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (5 hr., 50 min.).

BBC Radio 4. analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Participants: Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison, Dr. Watson, Michael Williams and a full cast./ Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Bert Coules, Roger Danes, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

102. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Judi Dench, Bert Coules, and Enyd Williams. The Hound of the Baskervilles : radio play. Munich: Hörverl, 2006. Sound Recording 2 CDs (110 Min.).

stereo ; 12 cm + Includes: Faltbl. ([3] p.) BBC audio. Production: BBC 1998. Performed by Clive Merrison ; Michael Williams ; Judi Dench and many others. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Dir. by Enyd Williams.;

103. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Clive Merrison, Michael Williams, Robert Forrest, Bert Coules, Peter Ling, Enyd Williams, Patrick Rayner, and Leonard Friedman. His Last Bow, Vol. 2. London: BBC Worldwide, 1995. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (175 min.).

analog. BBC radio collection. "As heard on Radio 4"--Container. Sherlock Holmes, Clive Merrison ; Dr. Watson, Michael Williams. Leonard Friedman, violin. Dramatized by Robert Forrest, Bert Coules, Peter Ling ; directors, Patrick Rayner, Enyd Williams.;

104. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Basil Rathbone. Stories of Sherlock Holmes, vol. 3. Silver Blaze. New York: Harper Audio, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (ca. 60 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Performed by Basil Rathbone.; A magnificent race horse vanishes, his trainer murdered - a curious challenge for master sleuth Sherlock Holmes.

105. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Ralph Richardson, and John Gielgud. The Best of Sherlock Holmes. 2. London: Hodder, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 2 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.).

1 7/8 ips. Hodder Headline audiobooks; Golden days of radio. John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes and Ralph Richardson as Dr Watson. First broadcast in the 1950s.;

106. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, and Orson Welles. Sherlock Holmes original radio broadcast. Los Angeles, CA: Dove Audio, 1997. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (120 min.).

Analog, Dolby processed. Golden age of radio. Dramatization with Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes ; Sir Ralph Richardson as Watson ; and Orson Welles as Dr. Moriarty (The Final Problem). Produced by NBC in 1955 for the BBC. Uniform Title: Short stories. Selections.;

107. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michael Sollazzo. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's the adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [S.l.]: Monterey Movie Co., 1998. Sound Recording 4 sound cassettes (ca. 240 min.).

Analog, 1 7/8 ips. Performed by the St. Charles Players. Produced, directed and adapted by Michael Sollazzo.;

108. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Marian Waldman. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Toronto: Scenario Productions, 2001. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hrs.).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. analog. Adventure series ; no. 1; SP audio classics. "From the archives of CBC Radio." "The adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Originally broadcast 1968. Cast: Henry Comor, Gerard Parkes, Gillie Fenwick, Moya Fenwick, Chris Wiggans, Norman Welsh, Alfred Gallagher, Paul Harding, Diana Barrington. [Adapted by Marian Waldman].;

109. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Orson Welles, and William Gillette. The Immortal Sherlock Holmes. Sandy Hook, CT: Radiola, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound disc (60 min.).

Radio Yesteryear (Organization). digital ; 4 3/4 in. Crime series ; no. 4. An adaptation by Orson Welles of William Gillette's melodrama based on stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. "The complete broadcast as heard on CBS with Orson Welles and others of the Mercury Theatre. Twelfth show of the series. September 25, 1938. Plus late news bulletins from Europe on the war situation." At head of title: Radio yesteryear. Starring Orson Welles.;

110. French, Jim. The adventure of the blind man. The unmasking. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1998. Sound Recording (CD) 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Ray Court, Pat French, Arthur Kahn, Vern Taylor, Richard Arnold. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired Oct. 11, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, Holmes and Watson discover a dead body in the Thames River. In the second story, can the new CEO of a multinational company really be a long-hunted Nazi concentration camp guard?

111. ———. The adventure of the painted leaf. The Mary Christmas caper. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1998. Sound Recording (CD) 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Harry Nile, Phil Harper. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired Jan. 17, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, Sherlock Holmes discovers who stole a missing manuscript from novelist H.G. Wells. In the second story, private eye Harry Nile solves a case for a woman with no memory

112. ———. The adventures of the bishop's ring. The case of the fisheye murders. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1999. Sound Recording (CD) 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Harry Nile, Phil Harper. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired June 6, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, Sherlock Holmes and Watson uncover how an "impossible" theft of a priceless artifact was carried off. In the second, private eye Harry Nile takes a cruise to Alaska to solve a baffling series of killings aboard the luxury vessel

113. ———. The Dobsky Engine, The Woman from Virginia. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Terry Rose, Katherine Shield, John Gilbert, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired Apr. 4, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, Kincaid the Strange-seeker uncovers a fabulous invention smuggled into this country from Russia. In the second story a man hires Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to find his missing fiancé

114. ———. The poet of death The cleanup man. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1998 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Phil Harper, Ross Perry, Terry McManus. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired May 17, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, a newly-written pastiche authorized by the estate of sir Arthur Conan Doyle finds Holmes and Watson on a case of murder. In the second story, a mystery man takes the law into his own hands when a crime wave hits a small town

115. French, Jack. Private eyelashes : radio's lady detectives. Boalsburg, PA: BearManor Media, 2004.

ill. ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2004.; "There's a section on 'Jane Sherlock of Meet Miss Sherlock' in this new volume. 'Meet Miss Sherlock' was a 30-minute series about private detective Jane Sherlock that was broadcast by CBS in 1946 and 1947."

116. French, Jim. The Quartermaine case [i.e., curse]. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1999 1 sound cassette.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Cassie, Rebecca Stevenson. Event Note: Originally aired May 16, 1999;

117. ———. The sealed room Osterman's dream. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1998 1 sound cassette.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Harry Nile, Phil Harper. Performer Note: Dave Adams, host. Event Note: Originally aired July 5, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle;

118. ———. The secret of the fives The tide pool. San Francisco: TransMedia, 1999 1 sound disc.

Performer Note: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Sam Dalton, Peggy Jordan, Gregory Magyar, David Freed. Event Note: Originally aired Jan. 17, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle; In the first story, Sherlock Holmes is hired by the American government to find out who is threatening to destroy buildings at the U.S. capitol. In the second story, an oozing alien life form steals the intelligence from a group of gifted children

119. French, Jim, Arthur Conan Doyle, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, Sam Dalton, Peggy Jordan, Gregory Magyar, David Freed, Dave Adams, and Pat French. The secret of the fives The tide pool. [San Francisco]: TransMedia, 1999. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Imagination theater ; 148. Credits spoken on recording. Includes commercial breaks. Participants: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Lawrence Albert. In the 2nd story: Sam Dalton, Peggy Jordan, Gregory Magyar, David Freed. Originally aired Jan. 17, 1999; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle. Executive producer, Dave Adams ; writer and producer, Jim French ; director, Pat French.; In the first story, Sherlock Holmes is hired by the American government to find out who is threatening to destroy buildings at the U.S. capitol. In the second story, an oozing alien life form steals the intelligence from a group of gifted children.

120. French, Jim, Arthur Conan Doyle, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, Phil Harper, Ross Perry, Terry McManus, Pat French, and Dave Adams. Poet of death Cleanup man. [San Francisco]: TransMedia, 1998. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette.

analog. Imagination theater ; 114. Credits spoken on recording. Includes commercial breaks. Participants: In the 1st story: Sherlock Holmes, John Gilbert ; Dr. Watson, Larry Albert. In the 2nd story: Phil Harper, Ross Perry, Terry McManus./ Dave Adams, host. Originally aired May 17, 1998; recorded live at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle. Executive producer, Dave Adams ; writer and producer, Jim French ; director, Pat French (1st story), Jim French (2nd story).; In the first story, a newly-written pastiche authorized by the estate of sir Arthur Conan Doyle finds Holmes and Watson on a case of murder. In the second story, a mystery man takes the law into his own hands when a crime wave hits a small town.

121. French, Jim, John Gilbert, Lawrence Albert, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes radio mysteries. Renton, WA: Topics Entertainment, 2002. Sound Recording 8 sound discs (ca. 6 hr.).

analog. Golden age of radio; History of radio. "The world's greatest detective! The history of radio"--Container. Participants: John Gilbert (Holmes) ; Lawrence Albert (Dr. Watson). Written and directed by Jim French.;

122. ———. Sherlock Holmes radio mysteries. Renton, WA: Topics Entertainment, 2001. Sound Recording 8 sound cassettes (ca. 6 hr.).

analog. Golden age of radio; History of radio. "The world's greatest detective! The history of radio"--Container. Participants: John Gilbert (Holmes) ; Lawrence Albert (Dr. Watson). Written and directed by Jim French.;

123. French, Jim, John Patrick Lowrie, and Lawrence Albert. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [Volume 1], The Tuttman Gallery ; the Estonian Countess. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd. With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

124. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. II, The adventure of the silver siphon ; the adventure of the missing link. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd/ Participants: With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

125. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. III. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd/ Participants: With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

126. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. IV. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd/ Participants: With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

127. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. VI. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd. With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

128. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Volume V. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

129. ———. The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Volume VII. Seattle, WA: Jim French Productions, 2003. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. "Authorized by the estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle"--cd. With John Patrick Lowrie as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as Watson. by Jim French.;

130. Gielgud, John, Ralph Richardson, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Golden Age of Radio Sherlock Holmes, vol. 2. Los Angeles: Dove Audio, 1998. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hr.).

analog, stereo., Dolby processed. "Original radio broadcast"--Container. Title on container: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, vol. 2. Featuring Sir John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes ; Sir Ralph Richardson as Watson.;

131. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1996. Sound Recording 6 sound cassettes (8 hr.).

analog. Metacom: J051--J052, J562--J565. Based on stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson. 6 episodes of the BBC Radio series originally broadcast in the U.S. in 1955.;

132. ———. Sherlock Holmes. Watson meets Holmes ; Case of identity. Wallington, CT: Radio Spirits, 2000. Sound Recording 1 sound disc.

digital ; 4 3/4 in. The world's greatest old-time readio shows ; #28672/81122. Compact disc. Participants: Sir John Gielgud, Sir Ralph Richardson. Broadcast 01-02-55 and 01-23-55.;

133. Gielgud, John, Ralph Richardson, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Edith Meiser. The Blackmailer. Scandal in Bohemia. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording (cassette) 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes, v. 1. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

134. ———. The Final Problem, The Empty House. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 5. Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

135. ———. The Norwood builder The speckled band. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 4. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

136. ———. The Red headed league; A case of identity. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 2. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

137. ———. The Second stain The solitary cyclist. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 5. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

138. ———. The Traitor Rare disease. Plymouth, MN: Metacom, 1994. Sound Recording 1 sound cassette (60 min.).

analog. Nostalgia radio. Sherlock Holmes ; v. 3. Participants: Sir John Gielgud (Sherlock Holmes), Ralph Richardson (Dr. Watson). [adapted for radio drama by Edith Meiser].;

139. Gilbert, Jenny. "Radio: Jenny Gilbert on the 'Return' of Sherlock Holmes." Independent on Sunday (London), January 27, 2002: 51.

"...Bert Coules, chief dramatist of R4's Complete Sherlock Holmes, has developed five new storylines from references in the original stories to cases that Dr Watson never got around to writing up for The Strand (or that he felt "the public are not yet ready to hear"). Detective story buffs even have a word for this: 'canonical pastiche'. Coules fleshes out five such unrecorded cases while adhering closely to the Conan Doyle manner. And each is produced for radio in the same format - right down to the signature tune - as R4's celebrated canon of all 56 short stories and four novels...."

140. Greenwald, Ken, Denis Green, and Anthony Boucher. The lost adventures of Sherlock Holmes based on the original radio plays by Dennis [sic] Green and Anthony Boucher. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1993.

Citations: De Waal C22230;

141. Hall, John. "Review--'His Last Bow' BBC Radio Four." The Ritual, no. 13 (1994): 40-43.

142. Harmon, Jim. The great radio heroes. Rev. and expanded ed. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2001.

ill. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 233) and index. Forewords by Frank Bresee and Richard A. Lupoff.; "With discussion of Sherlock Holmes broadcasts in the (reprinted) chapter 'For Armchair Detectives Only.'"

143. Jeffers, H. Paul. "Once a Week in Baker Street: The Boucher-Green Years." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana, no. (2005): 3-64.

144. Jeffers, H. Paul, Anthony Boucher, and Denis Green. The forgotten adventures of Sherlock Holmes based on the original radio plays by Anthony Boucher and Denis Green. 1st Carol & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2005.

Contents: In Flanders Fields -- The Paradol Chamber -- The accidental murderess -- The adventure of the Blarney Stone -- The Book of Tobit -- The haunting of Sherlock Holmes -- The adventure of the stuttering ghost -- The clue of the hungry cat -- The singular affair of the dying schoolboys -- The adventure of the Sally Martin -- The adventure of the Grand Old Man -- The Darlington substitution -- The adventure of Maltree Abbey. Scuttlebutt Jul 2005.; "13 stories based on Anthony Boucher's scripts for 'The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'".

145. Jeffreys, Susan. "Saturday night in." New Statesman 125, no. 4295 (1996): 40.

Reviews radio programs aired Saturday nights on the British Radio 4 station. Includes a passing reference to Holmes. "...For a start there's the Inspectors. Count them. More than you can shake a stick at. Libby Purves said that the best sort of radio play started with the crunch of feet on gravel, a knock at the door and the words 'I must ask you to accompany me to the station. The Inspector would like a word with you.' She spoke only sooth. We haven't been having just any old Inspector, either. We've been having poor old Lestrade, ever slow on the uptake in Saturday Night Theatre's The Return of Sherlock Holmes. And there's a whole clutch of Glaswegian Inspectors on P Division and, as any radio listener knows, Scottish Inspectors are worth double points...."

146. Johnson, Roger. "Review--'The Valley of Fear' dramatized by Bert Coules." The Ritual, no. 19 (1997): 61-63.

147. Jordan, Anne. "'The Return of Sherlock Holmes' BBC Radio Four." The Ritual, no. 12 (1993): 32-34.

148. ———. "Review--'The Seven Per-Cent Solution' adapted by Denny Martin Flinn from Nicholas Meyer's Novel." The Ritual, no. 11 (1993): 34-36.

149. Kelley, Gordon E. Sherlock Holmes screen and sound guide. Metchen, N.J: Scarecrow Press, 1994.

LC Control Number: 94004386. Includes bibliographical references (p. 274-282) and index;

150. Kerr, Alison. "Anything but elementary." The Herald (Glasgow), June 26, 2000: 13.

"Tribute is being paid this week to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of the world's favourite detective, and a complex character in his own right For over a century, the world has been fascinated and captivated by the character and adventures of Sherlock Holmes, literature's most famous private detective. With his astounding powers of deduction and phenomenal intuition skills, Holmes paved the way, not only for the hundreds of literary detectives of the twentieth century, but also for the superhuman heroes of comic books and cartoon strips. Holmes was the creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Scottish doctor turned writer who died 70 years ago this month, an anniversary which is being marked from Saturday with a short season of programmes on Radio 4...."

151. Kington, Miles. "All Roads Lead to Baker Street for Writers." The Independent (London), December 31, 2004: 27.

"On Boxing Day on BBC-TV they showed a Sherlock Holmes adventure called The Case of the Silk Stocking, starring Rupert Everett as the great detective. If you are puzzled not to recognise the name of this Holmes story, puzzle no longer. It was written by Alan Cubitt, and although my wife and I thought Everett very good in the role, and enjoyed some of the goings on, the story was shaping up quite preposterously by the time some visitors rang our door bell, and we missed the final five minutes and never found out what happened. What I was not shocked by was the fact that anyone should attempt to concoct a new story based on 221b Baker Street, even if it did involve inventing a completely new fiancee for Dr Watson. Because although it may seem to be sacrilege to imagine you can do the job as well as Conan Doyle, it must also be one of the most universal instincts among writers....Even Bert Coules has done it. He has adapted all the Holmes stories and the four novels for Radio 4, starring Clive Merrison as Holmes. That's 50 stories or more. And when Mr Coules had no more Holmes yarns to adapt, how did he use the skill and knowledge he had gained from vicariously living in Baker Street for so long? Why, he overcame his respect for Conan Doyle and concocted a clutch of brand- new Holmes stories of his own. I heard some of them on Radio 4, and they weren't bad, even if they were slightly far-fetched and over- wrought...."

152. ———. "Elementary Reading, My Dear Watson; 'I would Sooner Reread the Professor Challenger Stories than See any Jurassic Park Film Again'." The Independent (London), July 4, 2000: 3.

"This week on Radio 4 seems to be Sir Arthur Conan Doyle week, which I give three cheers for, if only because it may make people aware that it's worth going beyond the Sherlock Holmes barrier and exploring other parts of Conan Doyle country...."

153. ———. "Why Bert can say: Honey, I'm Holmes." The Independent (London), February 4, 2002: 3.

"There was a time when I bought everything by Conan Doyle that I could lay my chequebook on, and the only thing that I ever refused to buy of his was a book I found lying in a second-hand book sale in a psychic centre in Holland Park. It purported to have been dictated by the late Sir Arthur's spirit across the ether, and the dustjacket said: 'This is the first book to be written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle since his recent death...' No, it was the real world of Holmes that we shall remember Conan Doyle for, not the spirit world, and one of the best things to happen on Radio 4 over the years has been the excellent series of dramatisations of Sherlock Holmes stories written by Bert Coules. All of them, I think, have come out on tape, and many a long drive in the Kington car has been made less weary for the Kington family by a dose of Bert Coules's Holmes stories...."

154. McKuras, Julie. "The Old Globe Theatre, KPBS-FM of San Diego, and "The Mask of Moriarty"." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 1, no. 4 (1997): 4.

Reports on the production and playbill for "The Mask of Moriarty" at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and the associated radio program, "These Days," on KPBS-FM with the resulting donations to the Sherlock Holmes Collections. Includes photograph of Paxton Whitehead in the role of Holmes and Tom Lacy in the role of Watson

155. Nadel, William. "The Sound of the Hound, or, The Case of Baskervillian Radio." The Musgrave Papers, no. 14 (2001): 73-76.

156. Queen, Ellery. The Adventure of the Murdered Moths : and Other Radio Mysteries. 1st ed. Norfolk, VA: Crippen & Landru Pub., 2005.

23 cm. The adventure of the last man club -- The adventure of Napoleon's razor -- The adventure of the bad boy -- The adventure of the march of death -- The adventure of the haunted cave -- The adventure of the lost child -- The adventure of the black secret -- The adventure of the dying scarecrow -- The adventure of the woman in black -- The adventure of the forgotten men -- The adventure of the man who could double the size of diamonds -- The adventure of the dark cloud -- The adventure of Mr. Short and Mr. Long -- The adventure of the murdered moths. Scuttlebutt Nov 2005.; "A collection of 14 scripts from the old 'Ellery Queen' radio series, and one of them is 'Mr. Short and Mr. Long' (it was broadcast in 1943 and is described as 'the case that Sherlock Holmes failed to solve')."

157. Reyburn, Stanley S. The case of the derailed shipment a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 97049024;

158. ———. The case of the fatal poppy a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, Calif: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 97051919;

159. ———. The case of the nervous Nanny a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, Calif: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 97049035;

160. ———. Holmes hiatus the Parisian affair, a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, Calif: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98028684;

161. ———. The Meiji experience a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 97046910;

162. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the case of the crafty cracksman a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 99026435;

163. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the case of the perilous pawn a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, Calif: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98028687;

164. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the case of the Phantom Brigade a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98028406;

165. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the Kiangnan blueprint a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, Calif: Players Press, 1999.

LC Control Number: 99046896;

166. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the Manitoba marauder a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98028686;

167. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the Murray River mystery a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98028407;

168. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the scarab of Abu-Simbel a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1999.

LC Control Number: 99051855;

169. ———. Sherlock Holmes in The Soong conspiracy a Sherlock Holmes radio play. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1999.

LC Control Number: 99047944;

170. ———. Sherlock Holmes in the voyage of Sven Sigerson the final Sherlock Holmes radio drama. Studio City, CA: Players Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 99026064;

171. Richards, Jeffrey. "Review--'221 BBC: Writing for the World's First Complete Dramatised Canon' Musgrave Monograph Nine, by Bert Coules." The Ritual, no. 23 (1999): 50-52.

172. Vestey, Michael. "Elementary information." Spectator 285, no. 8970 (2000): 45.

Evaluates several radio programs aired in Great Britain as of July 8, 2000. Inspiration for Sherlock Holmes revealed in 'Do What You Like With Him -- The Unreal Life of Sherlock Holmes'; Author Conan Doyle's involvement with spiritualism revealed in 'The Secret History of Conan Doyle'; Basis of the character of Sherlock Holmes in 'The Real Sherlock Holmes.'

173. Webber, Peggy, Samantha Eggar, William Windom, Jeanette Nolan, William Gillette, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes. [Hollywood, CA]: California Artists Radio Theatre, 2002. Sound Recording 2 sound discs (ca. 90 min.).

digital ; 4 3/4 in. Adapted. Compact discs. Participants: David Warner, Norman Lloyd, William Windom, Samantha Eggar, Kathleen Freeman, Jeanette Nolan, Parley Baer, Sean McClory, James Lancaster, Linda Henning, Marty Maguire, Ashby Adams, and John Bliss. [adapted by Peggy Webber from a play by William Gillette ; based on the novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]. Director, producer, Peggy Webber.;



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