The ghosts we make for ourselves are the shadows that define our every day, the game is afoot in Series 4 for our high functioning sociopath detective, Sherlock
Sherlock The Abominable Bride ensures the character’s mythology remains intact with brilliant dialogue delivered by actors embracing the characters passionately
In the final of Series 3 Sherlock is saving his friend John Watson by any means, which includes exposing his new wife Mary as a former assassin, the game is on!
Sherlock composes a waltz to play on his trusty violin for Mary and John Watson, as they dance on their Wedding Day, where he gives a speech and solves a murder
Sherlock is back for Series 3, enjoying the thrill of the chase with Watson, the blood pumping through their veins as the dynamic duo take on new challenges
The Culture Concept Circle’s Writer in Residence Carolyn McDowall has chosen her Top 10 TV drama choices for 2013, offering stories as complex as we really are
Today we are spoiled in terms of content and acting performances on our television or movie screens. The worry is we may end up having many ‘great expectations’
‘Mr Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound’ said Henry Knight (Russell Tovey) to surely TV’s greatest dynamic duo, Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Dr Watson (Martin Freeman). Henry is the man who has literally come to see Holmes about a dog.
Awesome! Writer Steven Moffat has surely outdone himself with the first story in the second series of Sherlock “A Scandal in Belgravia” featuring the enigmatic and erudite Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr Watson.
The BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) television awards were held in England overnight and there were a few surprises and plenty of smiling faces.