Index of Sherlock, Cabin Pressure and Primeval entries
Season 1: A Study in Pink / The Blind Banker / The Great Game
A Study in Pink (pilot episode)
A Study in Pink - the broadcast episode and the pilot episode compared side by side (downloadable pdf file)
Season 2: A Scandal in Belgravia / The Hounds of Baskerville / The Reichenbach Fall
Season 3: Mini episode: Many Happy Returns / The Empty Hearse / The Sign of Three / His Last Vow
The Special: The Abominable Bride
The episode transcripts are now downloadable (Word and PDF). You can find links to the various versions here.
DVD episode audio commentaries
A Study in Pink / The Great Game / A Scandal in Belgravia / The Hounds of Baskerville / The Empty Hearse / His Last Vow
DVD special feature transcripts
Season 1: Unlocking Sherlock
Season 2: Sherlock Uncovered
Season 3: Fans, Villains and Speculation – The Legacy of Sherlock Holmes / Shooting Sherlock / The Fall
Season 3 Special Edition: Deleted scene from “His Last Vow” / Series outtakes
The Special (The Abominable Bride): Mark Gatiss – a Study in Sherlock / Creating the Look / Mark Gatiss Production Diary and Writers’ Interview / Sherlockology Q&A
My Sherlock fanfiction, macros, etc
CABIN PRESSURE – episode transcripts, reports of live episode recordings, my fiction and macros
PRIMEVAL – my fiction and macros
MISCELLANEOUS – the stuff that doesn’t fit elsewhere (including transcripts of the Sherlock parodies; Benedict Cumberbatch in “Look Back in Anger”; and the Frankenstein Q&A with Benedict Cumberbatch, Jonny Lee Miller and Danny Boyle. Plus cupcakes)
Title: For Emily, wherever I may find her
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: 7500ish
Warnings/Tags: Although there is no character death, part of the story takes place in a hospice, with its inherent implications. Friendship. Sherlock’s childhood. Sherlock’s adolescence. Sherlock’s adulthood. Brief reference to drug taking. Potential romance. Everyone but the boys knows how they feel about each other.
Summary: In sad circumstances, Sherlock meets an old friend from his childhood. Realising the strength of feeling between Sherlock and John, can she persuade them to admit how they really feel about each other?
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Title: The importance of trifles
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: 221 (+ a 221B Author’s Note)
Warnings/Tags: Humour. Smut. Oh, so much smut.
Summary: John regrets asking Sherlock to teach him some of his deduction techniques – until Sherlock delivers part of the lesson with which John can definitely get on board.
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Just for the record: this is an official announcement that I am in no way involved with the production of an audiobook of my transcript of A Study in Pink, nor did I give permission for it to be produced.
(I’ve deliberately posted this in Private and then unlocked it, so that hopefully it won’t go into people’s flists, because I don’t want to make it into a big deal. It was meant to be a simple declaration in case needed in the future. As always, though, I started a brief explanation and then kind of lost control of my typing fingers.)
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Title: Don’t call me Bill. Or William. Or any other version of the name.
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: c7200
Warnings/Tags: Childhood and teenage bullying and taunting. Unpleasant experience in an asylum. Separation. Pining. Back together again. Romance. First kiss. Positive ending (bring your own confetti). Also there's a bit of whump (but not at the same time as the confetti)
Summary: Five times Sherlock hated his name, and one time when he didn’t. William Sherlock Scott Holmes’ relationship with – and dislike of – his own name throughout the years.
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Back in September last year I announced that I had finally made all of my Sherlock transcripts available to download. I have now updated all of the downloads to incorporate the transcript of The Abominable Bride. However, for the benefit of anyone who downloaded earlier versions and then edited/annotated them and doesn’t want to tamper with them, I’ve also added TAB-only files in the hope that they’ll be useful to a few people.
All files are available to download in Word (.docx) or as a PDF. If you’re interested in more details, head to my updated LJ blog entry here for the links.