Sign Of The Four, The [Sherlock Holmes]

Episodes

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01Timbertoe1989101620180620 (BBC7)
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When criminals become unimaginative and crimes unchallenging, the Baker Street sleuth seeks stimulation elsewhere - as a young woman arrives looking for her father...

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes story was first published in 1890.

Starring Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr John Watson, Brian Blessed as Jonathan Small, Moir Leslie as Mary Morstan, Amerjit Deu as Abdullah Khan, Anna Cropper as Mrs Hudson, Richard Tate as Thaddeus Sholto, Michael Kilgarriff as Major Sholto, John Bull as Bartholomew Sholto and Sion Probert as Inspector Jones.

Dramatised in two episodes by Bert Coules.

Violin: Alexander Balanescu

Director: Ian Cotterell
Producer: David Johnston

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

The great detective is bored, until a young woman arrives looking for her father.

Tales of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective

CAST:

Sherlock Holmes.... Clive Merrison
Dr John Watson.... Michael Williams
Jonathan Small.... Brian Blessed
Mary Morstan …. Moir Leslie
Abdullah Khan.... Amerjit Deu
Mrs Hudson.... Anna Cropper
Thaddeus Sholto.... Richard Tate
Major Sholto …. Michael Kilgarriff
Bartholomew Sholto.... John Bull
Inspector Jones.... Sion Probert

02The Great Agra Treasure1989101820180621 (BBC7)
20180622 (BBC7)
20200806 (BBC7)
20200807 (BBC7)
"I wouldn't tell her too much. Women are never to be entirely trusted - not the best of them."

The great detective's latest case is proving difficult to crack- and for Watson, there are tricky matters of the heart to negotiate...

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes story was first published in 1890.

Starring Clive Merrison as Sherlock Holmes, Michael Williams as Dr John Watson, Brian Blessed as Jonathan Small, Moir Leslie as Mary Morstan, Sion Probert as Inspector Jones, Amerjit Deu as Abdullah Khan, Anna Cropper as Mrs Hudson, Michael Kilgarriff as Major Sholto, John Moffatt as Sherman, and John Bull as Mahomet Singh, Alan Dean as Wiggins, Elizabeth Mansfield as Mrs Forrester and Vincent Brimble as Jacobson

Dramatised in two episodes by Bert Coules.

Violin: Alexander Balanescu

Director: Ian Cotterell
Producer: David Johnston

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

The case is proving difficult to crack, and Watson has matters of the heart to negotiate.

Tales of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective