A collection of programmes relating to Sherlock Holmes and Victorian criminality
A cipher message warns Sherlock that someone in Birlstone is in imminent danger.
Crime writer Val McDermid delves into the history and development of forensic science.
Gyles Brandreth praises the life of Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
How do private investigators carry out surveillance on individuals?
Jim Al-Khalili talks to the forensic scientist Angela Gallop.
Hannah Barnes investigates the state of the forensic science industry in the UK.
Kirsty Young interviews writer and actor Mark Gatiss.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to forensic scientist Sue Black about identifying human bodies.
It's 1914 and the sleuth-cum-apiarist is asked to help England in her darkest hour.
Who is shattering plaster busts of Napoleon? The Baker Street sleuth is soon on the trail.
Who is the strange man following Violet Smith as she cycles to see her mother?
Professor Jeffrey Richards probes the varied incarnations of the Baker Street sleuth.
An extract from HRF Keating's 1979 biography of Holmes. Read by Alan Moore.
The Baker Street sleuth pursues a creature stalking a noble family at a Dartmoor mansion.
John Gielgud and Orson Welles star in the great detective's encounter at Reichenbach Falls
A tale of revenge from across the Atlantic introduces us to the Baker Street sleuth.
Russell Davies follows the musical clues through the Sherlock Holmes stories.
The Baker Street sleuth has a most fortuitous meeting and takes on an unlikely apprentice.
Damian Barr talks to Brad Pitt about his new World War II film Fury.
Why did Helen Stoner's sister die in mysterious circumstances on the eve of her wedding?
A celebration of Gerry Rafferty's popular solo hit, Baker Street.
Melvyn Bragg explores Victorian realism and its focus on the ordinariness of life.