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Irish Central
The crucial facts about Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising in one easy infographic“Ruins of bombed & burned buildings” after the 1916 Easter Rising depicted in h
The crucial facts about Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising in one easy infographic
Irish Central / Posted 12 hours ago
“Ruins of bombed & burned buildings” after the 1916 Easter Rising depicted in historic newsreels. Photo by: NLI READ MORE: 50 facts about the 1916 Easter Rising (PHOTOS) If in the midst of all the discussion about the Rising and 1916 you’re... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ten great movie bromancesFRIENDSHIP WEEK: From best mates to bromances - All week on irishtimes.com/life
Ten great movie bromances
The Irish Times / Posted 15 hours ago
FRIENDSHIP WEEK: From best mates to bromances - All week on irishtimes.com/life-and-style, we take a closer look at friendship Sometimes a buzz phrase captures a new addition to the cultural arsenal. Just as often, such a coining describes a... Read more
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WA Today
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta houseChristina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Spec
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta house
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Christina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Speculation ran wild online last month over a very modern mystery. For months, owners of lost Android and Apple phones on various networks had shown up at the suburban Atlanta... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta houseChristina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Spec
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta house
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Christina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Speculation ran wild online last month over a very modern mystery. For months, owners of lost Android and Apple phones on various networks had shown up at the suburban Atlanta... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta houseChristina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Spec
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta house
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Christina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Speculation ran wild online last month over a very modern mystery. For months, owners of lost Android and Apple phones on various networks had shown up at the suburban Atlanta... Read more
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The Age
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta houseChristina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Spec
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta house
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Christina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Speculation ran wild online last month over a very modern mystery. For months, owners of lost Android and Apple phones on various networks had shown up at the suburban Atlanta... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta houseChristina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Spec
Why lost phones are traced to Christina Lee and Michael Saba's Atlanta house
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Christina and Michael's quiet suburban home. Photo: Washington Post video Speculation ran wild online last month over a very modern mystery. For months, owners of lost Android and Apple phones on various networks had shown up at the suburban Atlanta... Read more
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walesonline
Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Steven Moffat collects his OBEThe writer and producer played down his achievements, saying his double success
Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Steven Moffat collects his OBE
walesonline / Posted 5 days ago
The writer and producer played down his achievements, saying his double success showed “the value of luck”. Moffat received his honour from the Prince of Wales during a Buckingham Palace investiture ceremony, and said about the experience: “It was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Steven Moffat hails 'dream jobs' as Sherlock and Doctor Who writer collects OBE Screenwriter Steven Moffat at Buckingham Palace after being made an OBE Sher
Steven Moffat hails 'dream jobs' as Sherlock and Doctor Who writer collects OBE
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Screenwriter Steven Moffat at Buckingham Palace after being made an OBE Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat said helping to bring the hit detective TV show and Doctor Who... Read more
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Mashable
More of us lie about reading 'Alice in Wonderland' than you'd thinkWhat's This?Quite a few people have lied about reading "Alice's Adventures in W
More of us lie about reading 'Alice in Wonderland' than you'd think
Mashable / Posted 6 days ago
What's This?Quite a few people have lied about reading "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." "What is the use of a book," thought Alice, reading a hefty, boring tome over her sister's shoulder minutes before tumbling down her rabbit hole into... Read more
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Northwest Herald
No place like 'Holmes' at Chicago's Mercury TheaterThe quirk is the main character isn’t Holmes or Watson, but rather their creato
No place like 'Holmes' at Chicago's Mercury Theater
Northwest Herald / Posted 6 days ago
The quirk is the main character isn’t Holmes or Watson, but rather their creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, memorably played here by Michael Aaron Lindner. As the story begins, Doyle is putting the finishing touches on his Sherlock Holmes story “The... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Fiction: The books we say we’ve read | Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 You might expect hefty Russia
Fiction: The books we say we’ve read
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thursday, February 04, 2016 You might expect hefty Russian tome War And Peace to be the book that people are most likely to have lied about reading. But... Read more
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Evening Standard
Have you lied about reading any of these books?When it comes to boasting about our literary prowess, it would appear that many
Have you lied about reading any of these books?
Evening Standard / Posted 7 days ago
When it comes to boasting about our literary prowess, it would appear that many Londoners are content to fib about how many classic books they’ve read. New research has revealed that Brits are dishonest about many of the books they claim to have... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
When can you see films and TV shot in Liverpool?Liverpool’s claim to the title ‘Hollywood of the north’ was cemented with a suc
When can you see films and TV shot in Liverpool?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
Liverpool’s claim to the title ‘Hollywood of the north’ was cemented with a succession of film crews based in the city during 2015. There was a time when production teams were virtually queuing up to take their turn shooting around Exchange Flags... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Brits lie about reading habits - but how many of these have YOU read?The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic
Brits lie about reading habits - but how many of these have YOU read?
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic Pride And Prejudice are among the top 20 books that Britons have lied most about reading. One of the set of Royal Mail’s Special Stamps featuring all six published Jane... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Revealed: Britons' greatest literary lies, but how many have you really read?The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic
Revealed: Britons' greatest literary lies, but how many have you really read?
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
The erotic Fifty Shades trilogy, four Dickens’s novels and Jane Austen classic Pride And Prejudice are among the top 20 books that Britons have lied most about reading. One of the set of Royal Mail’s Special Stamps featuring all six published Jane... Read more
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The News & Observer
Do all those true-crime shows really help the bad guys?Saunders: | News & Observer February 1, 2016 6:26 PM Saunders: ‘Reality’ c
Do all those true-crime shows really help the bad guys?
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
Saunders: | News & Observer February 1, 2016 6:26 PM Saunders: ‘Reality’ crime shows such as ‘Forensic Files’ are guilty pleasures If... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'The Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes' is hot on the trail of a great musicalThe Mercury Theater, in Chicago's booming Southport corridor, is a jewel-box of
'The Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes' is hot on the trail of a great musical
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
The Mercury Theater, in Chicago's booming Southport corridor, is a jewel-box of a theater. But it rarely has contained a jewel box of a show, mostly because producers and directors have thoroughly enjoyed stuffing full-blown Broadway musicals into... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
The (Curious Case of the) Watson IntelligenceWhat's in a name? Does a name grant some greater destiny, or is any theme the p
The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 13 days ago
What's in a name? Does a name grant some greater destiny, or is any theme the product of chance and human bias? Is every Watson doomed to be the under appreciated sidekick, every Eliza a consoling love, every Merrick a hamstringing adversary? Explore... Read more
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Daily Herald
Theater events: Pulitzer-winning 'The Flick' premieres at SteppenwolfCo-workers at a rundown Massachusetts movie theater form an unlikely friendship
Theater events: Pulitzer-winning 'The Flick' premieres at Steppenwolf
Daily Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Co-workers at a rundown Massachusetts movie theater form an unlikely friendship in "The Flick," Annie Baker's 2014 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama in its Chicago-area premiere at Steppenwolf Theatre. Dexter Bullard, of A Red Orchid Theatre, directs Will... Read more
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Japan Today
Award-winning author inspired by Sherlock Holmes ‹ Japan TodaySoji Shimada, best-selling author and the creator of his very own genre of murd
Award-winning author inspired by Sherlock Holmes ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 14 days ago
Soji Shimada, best-selling author and the creator of his very own genre of murder-mystery in Japanese literature, has very British sources of inspiration. When he plays the guitar, his muses are The Beatles and Eric Clapton; when he writes, they are... Read more
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London24
CRUISE to Tenerife: In the footsteps of crime author Agatha Christie Agatha Christie [inset, courtesy of Mathew Prichard] and the scene at Tenerif
CRUISE to Tenerife: In the footsteps of crime author Agatha Christie
London24 / Posted 15 days ago
Agatha Christie [inset, courtesy of Mathew Prichard] and the scene at Tenerife A cruise that immerses you in the world of Agatha Christie—the woman who for many is still the... Read more
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PhysOrg
The world's greatest literature reveals multifractals and cascades of consciousnessMultifractal analysis of "Finnegan's Wake" by James Joyce. The ideal shape of t
The world's greatest literature reveals multifractals and cascades of consciousness
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Multifractal analysis of "Finnegan's Wake" by James Joyce. The ideal shape of the graph is virtually indistinguishable from the results for purely mathematical multifractals. The horizontal axis represents degree of singularity, and the vertical axis... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
5 best literary tours from Burns's Edinburgh to Joyce's DublinTo mark 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, Martin Randall is offering a new S
5 best literary tours from Burns's Edinburgh to Joyce's Dublin
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
To mark 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, Martin Randall is offering a new Shakespeare 400 tour which visits London and Stratford-upon-Avon and includes five plays and four-related exhibitions. Led by Charles Nicholl, a scholar of early modern... Read more
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express
Once-a-lifetime chance to see paranormal artefacts collection for first time in 90 years LOVERS of all things paranormal and spiritual have a once-in-a-lifetime chanc
Once-a-lifetime chance to see paranormal artefacts collection for first time in 90 years
express / Posted 19 days ago
LOVERS of all things paranormal and spiritual have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to view a massive collection of mysterious historic artefacts from across the... Read more
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New Kerala
Soldiering on for story: Strange motivations of war journalistsJaipur, Jan 22 : It is seen as a glamourous branch of journalism which has draw
Soldiering on for story: Strange motivations of war journalists
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
Jaipur, Jan 22 : It is seen as a glamourous branch of journalism which has drawn the most famous writers and politicians - Arthur Conan Doyle, Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, Edgar Rice Burroughs - but war reporting is also the... Read more
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Science Daily
The world's greatest literature reveals multifractals and cascades of consciousnessAs far as many bookworms are concerned, advanced equations and graphs are the l
The world's greatest literature reveals multifractals and cascades of consciousness
Science Daily / Posted 19 days ago
As far as many bookworms are concerned, advanced equations and graphs are the last things which would hold their interest, but there's no escape from the math. Physicists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ... Read more
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New Kerala
The Job Charnock Riddle is written as a visual treat: Victor GhosheAn international communication expert by profession, Victor Ghoshe loves art an
The Job Charnock Riddle is written as a visual treat: Victor Ghoshe
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
An international communication expert by profession, Victor Ghoshe loves art and its different manifestations. In Kolkata to promote his latest novel, his first in English, The Job Charnock Riddle, a historical thriller, Ghoshe opens up about the... Read more
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Swissinfo
A breath of fresh air for an alpine villageIt is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on
A breath of fresh air for an alpine village
Swissinfo / Posted 22 days ago
It is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on the website of the party requesting the content or the website of a third party. The framing of content from SWI swissinfo.ch is only allowed if it is unchanged, without... Read more
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Spot.ph
THEATER REVIEW: The Game's Afoot is a hilarious whodunit romp(SPOT.ph) It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Sherlock Holmes remains one of t
THEATER REVIEW: The Game's Afoot is a hilarious whodunit romp
Spot.ph / Posted 23 days ago
(SPOT.ph) It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Sherlock Holmes remains one of the most enduring characters in literature. Since Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first Sherlock story in 1887, the famed character never really left the public eye. These days,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cate Blanchett's new house in the English countrysideFive reception rooms, 13 acres of land and some VERY famous neighbours: Cate Bl
Cate Blanchett's new house in the English countryside
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Five reception rooms, 13 acres of land and some VERY famous neighbours: Cate Blanchett snaps up a £3million mansion in the English countryside Actress rumoured to have bought the house for her family of six New home includes seven bedrooms and a... Read more
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The Irish Times
1916: a calendar of eventsMeeting Irish Volunteers leader Eoin MacNeill, James Connolly threatens to lead
1916: a calendar of events
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
Meeting Irish Volunteers leader Eoin MacNeill, James Connolly threatens to lead his tiny Irish Citizen Army (ICA) against the British empire. Some members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) who have infiltrated the Volunteers later tell... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘It’s terrible and we need action’Chris Allen: His life and influences | Ian Fleming, James Bond | DailyTelegraph
‘It’s terrible and we need action’
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
Chris Allen: His life and influences | Ian Fleming, James Bond | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website IT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Soldier’s incredible lifeIT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, may
Soldier’s incredible life
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
IT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, maybe being a writer of some sort, and essentially being a bit of a larrikin. Little do you realise one day you will be staring down the barrel of four best-selling novels,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Soldier’s incredible lifeIT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, may
Soldier’s incredible life
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
IT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, maybe being a writer of some sort, and essentially being a bit of a larrikin. Little do you realise one day you will be staring down the barrel of four best-selling novels,... Read more
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Perth Now
Incredible life of soldier, author Chris AllenIT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, may
Incredible life of soldier, author Chris Allen
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
IT’S Perth, WA, in the early 70s. All you think about is playing the drums, maybe being a writer of some sort, and essentially being a bit of a larrikin. Little do you realise one day you will be staring down the barrel of four best-selling novels,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings | Irish Examiner Saturday, January 09, 2016 - 04:40 pm Sherlock was the mo
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
Irish Examiner / Posted 1 months ago
| Irish Examiner Saturday, January 09, 2016 - 04:40 pm Sherlock was the most... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratingsSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Gazette
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratingsSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, topped the fes
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, topped the festive ratings Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratingsSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratingsSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers « Shropshire StarIn the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 1 months ago
In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Doctor John Watson. In addition to appearing in the present day, the world's... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratingsSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! 11.6 million viewers put detective at top of festive TV ratings
Kingston Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Express and Star
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers « Express & StarIn the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 1 months ago
In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Doctor John Watson. In addition to appearing in the present day, the world's... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewersSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewersSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers
Harrow Times / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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This is West Country
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewersSherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 milli
Sleuth, Sherlock! Detective tops festive ratings with 11.6 million viewers
This is West Country / Posted 1 months ago
Sherlock was the most watched programme over the festive period with 11.6 million viewers. In the overnight ratings, an average of 9.2 million tuned in to see the case of The Abominable Bride solved by Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and... Read more
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