Sherlock, Albums of the Year, We're Going on a Bear Hunt, Mousehole's Christmas Lights
Martin Freeman and Mark Gatiss on the new Sherlock; best albums of the year; classic children's book We're Going on a Bear Hunt becomes a film; Mousehole's Christmas lights.
The last installment of the hit television drama Sherlock - The Abominable Bride - was broadcast on New Year's Day 2016 and went on to become the most watched programme across all channels over the festive season, with 11.6 million viewers. With a fourth series starting on New Year's Day 2017, Martin Freeman who plays Watson, and Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss discuss maintaining the drama's appeal with John Wilson.
What's the best album from 2016? We have three selections from across the world of music chosen by Sara Mohr-Pietsch, Kate Mossman and Kieran Yates.
Robin Shaw and Joanna Harrison are the co-directors of a new animated film based on Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury's hugely successful illustrated children's book, We're Going on a Bear Hunt. Shaw and Harrison discuss the challenges of bringing a children's classic to life on screen.
From the quay Michael Bird describes the Christmas lights in the harbour at Mousehole and considers this popular and poignant work of vernacular art.
Producer Julian May.
Albums of the year
We're going on a bear hunt
Mousehole's Christmas lights
Season 4 of Sherlock starts with the Six Thatchers on BBC 1 on 01 January 2017 at 8.30pm, and on the BBC iPlayer.
Main image above: Left: Mycroft Holmes (Mark Gatiss), Right: Dr John Watson (Martin Freeman)
Image credit: BBC/Hartwood Films/Todd Antony (Mark Gatiss) and Colin Hutton(Martin Freeman)
Image to the left: John Wilson with Martin Freeman and Mark Gatiss
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Mousehole's Christmas Lights
Role Contributor Presenter John Wilson Interviewed Guest Martin Freeman Interviewed Guest Mark Gatiss Interviewed Guest Robin Shaw Interviewed Guest Joanna Harrison Interviewed Guest Michael Bird Producer Julian May
- Mon 19 Dec 2016 19:15