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“Holmes gave me a brief review” [THOR] 

You may recognize the name Steven Doyle, BSI ("The Western Morning News"). He's half of the Wessex Press team, and he was the publisher behind The Sherlock Holmes Review — that Sherlockian quarterly that ran for a decade.

Steve joins us to talk about the impetus behind the publication and why Wessex Press is bringing it back to life. He also shares many details behind the legendary interview with Jeremy Brett and how the Granada team really got into the spirit of the magazine.

We have a wonderful prize (see below) for this episode's Canonical Couplet. Try your hand at our tricky quiz and you may be able to win a Sherlock Holmes action figure, still in its original packaging.

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