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221 BBC: Writing for the World's First Complate Dramaticised Canon

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An account of the creation and writing of the adaptation of all the Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes stories for BBC radio, the only time all the stories have been adapted for other media. The book was written by Bert Coules, who created the series.
Paperback, 76 pages
Published 1998 by The Nortrhern Musgraves Sherlock Holmes Society
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Sep 27, 2014 Mike Jensen rated it liked it
An account of the creation and writing of adaptations of all the Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes stories for BBC radio, the only time all the stories have been adapted for other media with the same actors in the lead roles. The book was written by Bert Coules, who created the series.

Unfortunately, the series padded Conan Doyle to 45 minute time slots by adding a psychological "realism" to Holmes and Watson that was not in the least realistic, and worse, untrue to the Victorian era characters. Coules
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