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9th-Apr-2012 11:43 pm - [sticky post]
Primeval - Connor whole lotta WTF
Index of Sherlock, Cabin Pressure and Primeval entries


All the links below now go to my blog on Dreamwidth.
If, for some reason, you prefer to use Livejournal, you’ll need to use the appropriate Entry Tag at the bottom of the left column. If, for example, you’re looking for Sherlock transcripts, click on “sherlock episode transcript”.


Episode transcripts

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

Season 4: The Six Thatchers / The Lying Detective / The Final Problem

        The transcripts are 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
Season 4: Behind 221B / The Writer’s Chat / Script to Screen / Set Tour: John and Mary’s Flat / Mark Gatiss Video Diary: On Set / Mark Gatiss Video Diary: Final Scenes / Danny Hargreaves Video Diary / Timelapse: Building 221B

My Sherlock fanfiction, macros, etc
Index here.

CABIN PRESSUREepisode transcripts, reports of live episode recordings, my fiction and macros
Index here.

PRIMEVALmy fiction and macros
Index here.

MISCELLANEOUSthe 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)
Index here.

11th-Apr-2012 03:30 pm (UTC)
Ha, very good! You needed an index! :)

Which reminds me that I need to update mine. *argh*
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3rd-Aug-2012 08:09 am (UTC) - Transcripts Sherlock Season 2
Thank you so much for your fabulous work on those transcripts, since I believe they'll save my life (or at least a loooooot of time) I didn't know where exactly to leave a comment so I decided to do it here.

I probably will be using some of your transcribed parts in my term paper which i decided to write on identity and politeness in the BBC Sherlock series.

Of course I'll cite you as a source, that's the only right thing to do after all the hours you spent writing this :) (and also because i wouldn't dare to take the credit for something that i didn't do myself)

So again, thank you really much, I appreciate your hard work!

3rd-Aug-2012 07:03 pm (UTC) - Re: Transcripts Sherlock Season 2
It's very kind of you to say so! And good luck with your term paper.
15th-Sep-2012 06:59 pm (UTC) - The Great Game
LOVE the transcripts! Any plans to do The Great Game??
15th-Sep-2012 10:52 pm (UTC) - Re: The Great Game
Yep! I've already started it!
1st-Nov-2012 05:48 am (UTC)
Thank you so much for taking the time to do all the transcripts! I'm crossing over Sherlock with a few other series for NaNo this year and these are a godsend. I'll be sure to give you credit for them. And thank you again for doing them.
15th-Dec-2012 03:59 am (UTC)
Amazing, wonderful work. Priceless for someone who isn't a native English speaker like myself. THANK YOU.
17th-Dec-2012 05:19 am (UTC)
Thank you so much for this hard work you've done! It's really priceless!
23rd-Jan-2013 02:33 pm (UTC)
Thank you very much for doing these transcripts. I was so alone, and I owe you so much.
Sorry. XD Quotes aside! I really appreciate the time and effort you put into this! I haven't had the opportunity to watch the episodes again yet because I haven't got my DVDs at the moment and my Internet is a butt so I can't watch clips longer than thirty seconds- a minute if I'm lucky. So thank you for these, they're really tiding me over until I can get to my DVDs again :) They are also wonderful for helping me understand whatever I didn't catch.
La'ers! ;)
27th-Feb-2013 01:57 pm (UTC)
Hey, girl! First of all thank you for all these <3 Secondly, would you mind doing a transcript for the PBS Q&A with Ben, Steve and Sue? The whole 50 min version in on YouTube and it's HQ! I will love you forever and ever (?) Thanks in advance! :D
27th-Feb-2013 03:47 pm (UTC)
Sorry, but I actually would quite mind doing a transcript for you. Let me explain why:

Transcripts which I have done in the past consist of episodes rather than interviews. I’ve done summaries of interviews and of DVD commentaries but never a full transcript. Nobody else has expressed a need to have that particular interview transcribed – not that I’ve seen, anyway – and to be honest it’s a bit rude to say, “It’s on Youtube,” with the inference, “Go and find it,” without providing even a link to the appropriate page.

Secondly, it’s not straightforward – at least on my computer – to stop and start and rewind the last few seconds of a Youtube video without a lot of click and dragging. I usually work from mp4s or avi files which I can stop, start and rewind using the keyboard, which makes the transcribing work much quicker. If such a file of the interview exists, I don’t know where it is.

Thirdly, as an example, a thirty-minute sound-only episode of Cabin Pressure takes at least four and a half hours to transcribe, including the first typing of the episode, then re-running it to check that I’ve got all the words in the right order and didn’t mis-hear anything first time around, then spell-checking it, formatting it, and finally proof-reading it. When I used to do transcripts of 42-minute episodes of Stargate, where I was typing the spoken words, facial expressions, plus action, they took anything up to ten hours. So a 50-minute sound-and-vision transcript – incorporating facial expressions – would take ... I don’t know, but you’re probably looking at anything between six and eight hours. That is rather a lot of work for just one person, I’m afraid, especially in light of how out of date the interview now is. Not to mention the fact that I do all this work voluntarily and don’t get paid for it!

So, with respect, I have to decline your invitation.
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25th-Mar-2013 10:51 pm (UTC)
Thanks so much for all of these (not to mention the hard work that must have gone into them). I cannot tell you how many times they've been a godsend!
28th-Mar-2013 10:51 am (UTC)
Thank you for taking the time to tell me! I'm so glad they're helpful.
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21st-Apr-2013 12:25 pm (UTC)
Thank you for writing! It's very much appreciated.
23rd-Apr-2013 03:58 am (UTC)
you. are. AMAZING. you get that often but surely you don't hear it enough! just wanted to say thank you thank you thank you, thank you for spending so much time on these, this is also a great help to those like me who sometimes can't hear what they're saying exactly between their murmurs. THANK YOU! <3
23rd-Apr-2013 02:32 pm (UTC)
Oh, thank you, sweetheart! It's always so nice to learn that all that effort was worthwhile and helpful to people. Thanks so much for writing.
2nd-Jun-2013 04:53 am (UTC)
Thank you very much.
i've found this for a week!! and now i find it. how wonderful!
i'am going to read all of them right now.
22nd-Jun-2013 04:33 pm (UTC)
Ariane DeVere, your transcripts are a gift to the world. I'd call them a random act of kindness, but I know there was nothing random about the amount of care and attention and TIME you put into these. You've nailed all the snappy and periodically unintelligible dialogue, your descriptions of action are hugely helpful, and oh Lord your interjections. (The fandom screams with one voice, “KISS HIM!!”) They capture exactly the feel of the show, or at least the feel for those of us who ship Johnlock. Which, really, isn't anyone else just being willfully oblivious?

So thank you. Thank you thank you thank you.
23rd-Jun-2013 09:59 am (UTC)
What an absolutely marvellous comment! I am grinning like a loon at the moment. Thank you so much.
1st-Jul-2013 02:25 pm (UTC) - Thank you
You are a little gem, brilliant transcript, luurved your comments :-)
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