“Your conversation is most entertaining” [SPEC]
So, we're returning to our roots and just having a chat with each other. It's a wide-ranging conversation that takes us from the 92nd Street Y with Joel Grey and Nicholas Meyer (Joel Grey played a small part in The Seven Per-Cent Solution, of course), to the Sons of the Copper Beeches in Philadelphia and their new members. In both instances, we discuss the importance of tradition.
We remember a member of the BSI who recently passed away and his considerable contribution to Sherlockian scholarship. Speaking of the BSI, we mention the upcoming BSI Weekend. It hasn't been officially announced yet, but you can follow at a couple of sites.
We also make an announcement of a special and exclusive episode, only for our Patreon supporters. If you become a supporter before the end of 2019, you can have access to this special outtakes episode that we're planning. Hear what goes on behind the scenes at IHOSE!
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