“singularly adapted to our needs” [MISS]
With our first episode of 2019, we're pleased to welcome fellow podcasters Jeremy Latour and Arielle Lipshaw, hosts of Adapt or Perish. They came to our attention because of a couple of episodes they did on Sherlock Holmes.
Jeremy and Arielle have a process they follow, complete with a quadrant, to help make sense of their assessments of how literary works are adapted from medium to medium. They have a good sense as to what works and what doesn't, and are prepared to defend their rankings.
They reviewed their Sherlock Holmes and Hound of the Baskervilles episodes with us, and provided a preview to the very next Sherlock Holmes-themed show they have planned.
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- Adapt or Perish 30: Sherlock Holmes
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- Episode 146: Revision, My Dear Watson (interview with Nick Martorelli)
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