Sherlock Holmes is a character that has intrigued and attracted the masses since Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first published A Study in Scarlet in 1887. Since then, it has been adapted for radio, stage and television, the story of London’s only consulting detective and his steadfast and loyal partner, Dr. Watson, accumulating more and more fans with every generation.
Now with all those books, TV shows, cassette tapes, operettas, parodies, games, movies, and comics of the world’s most iconic mystery duo, that should be enough material for most Sherlockian fanatics, right? Well, let me add one more option to the pile. For the traditional, classic lover, here is Sherlock Holmes read by Greg Wagland of Magpie Audio, sharing all your favorite stories on YouTube for free!!
“The Copper Beeches” on YouTube.
“The Yellow Face” on YouTube.
If you would like to listen to more Sherlock Holmes read by Greg Wagland of Magpie Audio, check out his YouTube page.
And, of course, if you want to see what audio adventure Fictional Cafe will dig up next month, feel free to check back in on our Audio Arts page.