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Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Released Monday, 15th June 2015
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Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Legal and Leisure Ramblings

Monday, 15th June 2015
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The 15th of every month brings a new episode, and our latest is chock full of Sherlockian nuggets. There's a legal case afoot, in case you haven't heard. We cover the latest broadside from the Conan Doyle Estate, Ltd. - the #FreeMrHolmes saga - and discuss the movie starring Sir Ian McKellen. We ponder Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's epitaph if written under the present clouds of the estate's business dealings.We also take a moment to pause and reflect on the screening of the William Gillette 1916 film, our 1,000th post and the Scintillation of Scions event. It's been a busy month!Burt takes us on an audio journey to Roslyn in the Hoboken-Free State to celebrate the 125th birthday of Christopher Morley, founder of the Baker Street Irregulars. There we hear from Morley scholar and Baker Street Journal editor Steven Rothman, BSI ("The Valley of Fear") and Terry Hunt, BSI ("The Something Hunt"), as well as two grandchildren of Morley. 

Mental ExaltationAnother installment of our successful quiz program, written by IHOSE quizmaster Nick Martorelli, is all about the legal profession in the Sherlock Holmes stories. Sandy Kozinn joined us from New Jersey to play - listen to hear how she did.

We welcome a guest reader for this episode's Gas-Lamp reading: Ray Betzner. Ray gave a touching talk at the BSI Dinner in January and an encore presentation at the Sons of the Copper Beeches in April. It is titled "A Case of Identity: Sigerson's Choice" and it is remarkable.Finally, we conclude with some listener comments, including a very surprising duo.

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You may have missed , but edition IX is coming next year.We had a representative at the screening of William Gillette's 1916 silent classic Sherlock Holmes at the San Francisco Silent Film Festival last month. You can read .And if you'd like to see the restoration yourself, the DVD and Blu-ray are coming out in October - .We celebrated our 1,000th post on the site: The summary of .Related: you might wish to educate yourself with Betsy Rosenblatt's scholarly legal treatise .

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SponsorsThis episode includes three sponsors that deserve your attention:(check out the new ), where you should get  in now to secure all four issues and a very special Christmas Annual about The Seven Per-Cent Solution.We welcome mystery writer Dan Andriacco. His upcoming novel Rogues Gallery is the latest in the Sebastian McCabe - Jeff Cody Series. Learn more on Dan’s blog  at .


 We're also pleased to recognize Joseph Vega, William Simpson, Bob Byrne, Peter Lawrence, James O'Leary and Mary Miller for their generous support. If you would like to , you can  or on the "Donate" button in the upper portion of the site.


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