Read by Sir John Gielgud and Sir Ralph Richardson.
Part of The Golden Days of Radio series.
First broadcast in the 1950s and only recently rediscovered, these dramatisations of Conan Doyle's classic stories feature memorable performances by John Gielgud as Sherlock Holmes and Ralph Richardson as Dr Watson.
Side One: 'The Solitary Cyclist'
Holmes helps a young woman in danger after the death of a rich uncle.
Side Two: 'The Six Napoleons'
Holmes tracks down a precious gem placed by a clever jewel thief in a "perfect" hiding place.
Side Three: 'The Red-Headed League'
A curious society of red-headed men leads Holmes to stumble on plans for a bank robbery.
Side Four: 'A Case Of Identity'
A conniving man ruthlessly schemes to gain the inheritance of his step-daughter.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 02 / 1995
- 102 x 131mm