Best Sherlockholmes podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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A fictional docudrama about a supposed conspiracy to turn Sherlock Holmes from a historical figure to a fictional character over the last hundred years by person or persons unknown.
 
The Noir Factory Podcast is created for the mystery reader, noir movie goer, or true crime buff who wants a closer look into the genre. Mystery writer Steven Gomez looks at crime history, pulp stories, noir films, and the men and woman who made them. Every other week we will examine an event or figure in crime history, a pulp or noir writer, or a piece of detective work, both fictional and in real life. If you have an interest in crime of any kind, THIS is the podcast for you!
 
Home to the unofficial podcast about CBS’ Elementary and the BBC’s Sherlock. Hosted By Zack and Kristen. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
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Following earlier investigations into "the Old Women of Houndsditch," a group of the earliest Sherlockians who were parodied by Ronald Knox, Toni and Alan focus on one particular member of that group and what he may have been seeing.
 
Bored with the same old "Sherlock Holmes is real" nonsense? Talon King, the not-a-Sherlock-guy brother of Alan King does some house-sitting and gets in some podcast-sitting at the same time! Hear stories! Learn things! If you listen to no other episode, this episode will not be like one of those!
 
A letter from a Sherlockian author not unfamiliar to the podcast sends Alan King off on a conspiracy binge involving Ronald Knox working against Sherlockians, the British government using Conan Doyle to distract Vincent Starrett, and other things that co-host Toni Sutherland would rather he not.
 
Toni and Alan delve into a Sherlock Holmes that actually was male . . . though not, perhaps, the Sherlock we know: The Sherlock Holmes of Esher. His legacy, both in offspring and a branch of Sherlockiana called "the Esherlockians" leads them to answers that were not immediately apparent.
 
Alan King explores an urban myth of a black hansom cab which appears annually to look for a man who called himself "Sherlock Holmes." Was an entire Sherlock Holmes scion society built just to stop that from happening?
 
Toni Sutherland takes a close look at irene Adler's treatment at the hands of male Sherlockians of the past century. Alan King talks about an odd thing in a bibliography.
 
Alan King gathers a Sherlockian think tank of notables for a free-wheeling discussion of Sherlock Holmes conspiracies . . . and maybe Keith Richards, if you listen long enough.
 
Alan King returns from his shipping after he encounters a pirate connection, and follows the thread to eventually accuse Moriarty of all new crimes.
 
RANDOM BONUS MATERIAL!! Someone who is definitely NOT Alan King gives a talk that definitely has NOTHING to do with Sherlock Holmes, pondering the Joker, the Scarlet Pimpernel, and a few other cultural touchstones.
 
Toni seems to have given up on Alan, as he's traded in his usual conspiracy investigations for continuing to ship Andercroft and fixating on "The Empty Hearse." Why is this even a podcast?
 
Alan King prepares to go to 221B Con, meets an old adversary there, and comes back . . . changed.
 
The Noir Factory Podcast Case #37 Huey Long-The King Fish “One of these days the people of Louisiana are going to get good government. And they aren’t going to like it.” -Huey Long Huey Pierce Long Jr. was born to Huey Pierce Long Senior and Caledonia Tison Long on August 30th, 1893 in Winnfield, Louisiana. Winnfield was a dirt-poor parish and ...…
 
Alan King travels to Indiana to see what insights he can gain from Vincent W. Wright, writer of the blog "Historical Sherlock." A new conspiracy is revealed, this time involving not Sherlock Holmes, but the other guy.
 
Sherlock Holmes Is Real returns for season two! A Sherlock Holmes fan club goes missing! A 1940s radio show host gets hoaxed . . . or does he? Another noisy restaurant interview! And a big government project with a Holmes brother called in? This show!
 
Noir Factory Podcast Episode #36 Leopold and Loeb ***CORRECTED BACKGROUND AUDIO*** My deepest apologies! The previous version of this episode was released “in progress” and by mistake . Please enjoy this updated version and again, my sincerest apologies! -Steve Gomez ------ “To be an effective criminal defense counsel, an attorney must be prepa ...…
 
Noir Factory BEST OF 2017 There’s a tradition in the podcasting world that during the first week of a new year you look back at the episodes you’ve put out in the world. I know, if it’s a podcasting tradition how old can it be, right? Still, just like drinking too much on New Year’s Eve and stepping on the scale after the holidays, we look at o ...…
 
Letters to Sherlock Holmes are the theme of this holiday bonus episode.
 
Hero Obscura Episode #48 Santa Clause Today’s hero isn’t obscure. Not in the least. In fact, he’s known by all. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist. And how dreary a world it would be if he didn’t. Old Saint Nick. Father Christmas. Kris Kringle. Santa Clause. Today on Hero Obscura. ----------------- If you haven’t d ...…
 
Noir Factory Interrogation #4 Dmitri Matheny- Noir Jazz ------------------------------------ Crime Jazz: “The Femme Fatal. The cop on the beat. The hard-boiled detective. The saxophone under the street lamp in the fog. It’s the music of “Chinatown” and “Taxi Driver.” -Dmitri Matheny Find Dmitri’s work at www.dmitrimatheny.com If you haven’t don ...…
 
Toni Sutherland and Alan King discuss what's been going on with the "Sherlock Holmes Is Real" podcast and what the true motivations behind it might have been. The season finale.
 
Noir Factory Podcast Case #35 Sexton Blake-Pulp Detective “If there is a wrong to be righted, an evil to be redressed, or a rescue of the weak and suffering from the powerful, our hearty assistance can be readily obtained. We do nothing for hire here; we would cheerfully undertake to perform without a fee or a reward. But when your clients are ...…
 
Toni Sutherland does a panel at a local conspiracy theorist convention and is cut off by a familiar voice in the crowd. Alan King goes on like he usually does, but Toni spends more time on her own conspiracy theory on Sherlock Holmes.
 
Toni Sutherland plays an audio file of Alan King trying to corner a man named Edgar Pettibone with conspiracy questions of all sorts. Questions are then raised about a hill that was named for Sherlock Holmes.
 
Toni Sutherland delves into Alan King's theories about Professor Moriarty and the fate of the Baker Street Irregulars. Chelsea Jones tracks down a man who calls himself "Porlock" for some nonsense.
 
Toni Sutherland interviews Rob Nunn, author of The Criminal Mastermind of Baker Street, and tries to find links to the conspiracy to keep Sherlock Holmes fictional. Conspiracy theorist Alan King goes on about the black armbands worn when Sherlock Holmes died. And the world's worst podcast guest appearance by a Sherlockian blogger whom we won't ...…
 
Toni Sutherland begins to delve into the Sherlock Holmes conspiracy theories of the curious individual called Alan King.
 
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Noir Factory Podcast Interrogation #3 Will Viharo: Gonzo Pulp Writer Will Viharo is the author of the Vic Valentine series as well as the host of Seattle's Noir at the Bar, a seasonal showcase that combines author readings with alcohol, the way God intneded it. He is a writer that defies classification, with his work mixing humor, surrealism, g ...…
 
Noir Factory Podcast Case #34 Joseph Weil: The Yellow Kid “Who's going to believe a con artist? Everyone if she's good.” -Andy Griffith Joseph Weil was born in Chicago in 1875 to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weil. The couple owned a small neighborhood grocery store and made a decent income. Their boy, Joseph, helped out after school by sweeping up and sto ...…
 
Case #33: The Black Sox I'm forever blowing ballgames, pretty ballgames in the air. I come from Chi, I hardly try, just go to bat and fade and die. Fortune's coming my way, that's why I don't care. I'm forever blowing ballgames, and the gamblers treat us fair. -Ring Lardner You could say that it started with Charlie Comiskey, because a lot of t ...…
 
Noir Factory Case #32 Alan Ladd and Box 13 “I'm the most insecure guy in Hollywood. If you had it good all your life, you figure it can't ever be bad, but when you've had it bad, you wonder how long a thing like this will last.” -Alan Ladd Alan Walbridge Ladd was born on September 3rd, 1913 in Hot Springs, Arkansas and was the only child of Ina ...…
 
NFL SuperPro For a hero to fail, a lot of things has to happen. It has to be poorly thought out, ill conceived, and have little in terms of redeeming quality. Oh, and it should be created with ulterior motives. Sounds pretty harsh? Then you just haven't met NFL SuperPro.
 
Space Cabbie! Everyone has a hero. For cop's it's probably the Dark Knight and for soldiers I can imagine Captain America, depending on the army your in. But what about the ordinary guys? What about the accountants and pastry chefs or the mail carriers and DMV workers? Fishermen, okay...we'll give you Aquaman. But for the Lyft and Uber drivers ...…
 
The Blue Diamond Some heroes are with us for ages and other are gone in the blink of an eye. If you are in the business of being a hero, particularly a super one, you never know how long you'll have. You just have to make sure that you use our time wisely. That and you should punch a lot of Nazis.
 
“He's clearly a man with a mission, but it's not one of vengeance. Bruce is not after personal revenge ... He's much bigger than that; he's much more noble than that. He wants the world to be a better place, where a young Bruce Wayne would not be a victim ... In a way, he's out to make himself unnecessary. Batman is a hero who wishes he didn't ...…
 
“Behind me, Billie was on her last song. I picked up the refrain, humming a few bars. Her voice sounded different to me now. Beneath the layers of hurt, beneath the ragged laughter, I heard a willingness to endure. Endure- and make music that wasn't there before.” -Barack Obama The woman who would be Billie Holiday was born Eleanora Fagan in Ph ...…
 
"He and this Wolfsheim bought up a lot of side-street drug-stores here and in Chicago and sold grain alcohol over the counter. That's one of his little stunts. I picked him for a bootlegger the first time I saw him, and I wasn't far wrong." -F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby George Remus was born on November 13th 1876 in Germany to Frank an ...…
 
Eddie Muller is the founder and president of the Film Noir Foundation. According to their website, the Film Noir Foundation is a non-profit public benefit corporation created as an educational resource regarding the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of film noir as an original American cinematic movement. Eddie is also the host of ...…
 
“Even if they never got anything for it, it was cheap at that price. Without malice aforethought I had given them the best show that was ever staged in their territory since the landing of the Pilgrims! It was easily worth fifteen million bucks to watch me put the thing over." -Charles Ponzi Carlo Pietro Giovanni Guglielmo Tobaldo Ponzi was bor ...…
 
Noir Factory Podcast Episode #27 In 1996 a board game called KILL DR. LUCKY came out. It was a wildly fun game where each person takes turns trying to, well...kill Dr. Lucky. Don't judge me. It was a simpler time. The game required each player to take a turn at doing in the Rasputin-like physician, which was sooo much more difficult than it sou ...…
 
Case#01.5: Kate Warne-America's First Female Detective REVISITED Hi Steve Gomez here. A lot has happened behind the scenes at the Noir Factory during the last month or so. Our offices in the Sierra Foothills have moved lock, stock, and barrel up to the Pacific Northwest. Way up to the icy clutches of the Pacific Northwest. Past Seattle and into ...…
 
How the Sausage is Made s5e8 - Baker Street: The Elementary Podcast On this episode of The Baker Street Podcast, Zachary and Jesse discuss the 8th episode of the 5th season of CBS's "Elementary”. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemediagroup.com. You can write to us at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com and let us know what you thi ...…
 
Noir Factory Interrogation #1 Dan Slater-Author Dan Slater’s novel Wolf Boys had been banned from prison by the Texas State Department of Corrections. That is a shame because there is much there for the inmates, as well the public, to learn. Dan Slater is a former legal reporter for The Wall Street Journal and has written for The New York Times ...…
 
Noir Factory Podcast Case #026: Victor Lustig-Con Man Extraordinaire “I’ve always loved movies about con men. I think con men are as American as apple pie.” -Bill Paxton, actor Victor Lustig was born on January 4th, 1890. Maybe. He said, more than once, that he came from the Austria-Hungarian town of Hostinné, in what is now the Czech Republic. ...…
 
To Catch a Predator Predator s5e5 - Baker Street: The Elementary Podcast On this episode of The Baker Street Podcast, Zachary and Jesse discuss the 5th episode of the 5th season of CBS's "Elementary”. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemediagroup.com. You can write to us at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com and let us know what yo ...…
 
Henny Penny the Sky Is Falling s5e4 - Baker Street: The Elementary Podcast On this episode of The Baker Street Podcast, Zachary and Jesse discuss the 4th episode of the 5th season of CBS's "Elementary”. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemediagroup.com. You can write to us at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com and let us know what ...…
 
“Whether in a white dinner jacket or in a trench coat and a snap-brim fedora, he became a new and timely symbol of the post-Pearl Harbor American: tough but compassionate, skeptical yet idealistic, betrayed yet ready to believe again, and above all, a potentially deadly opponent.” -Ann M. Sperber, author A lot of what we do here at the Noir Fac ...…
 
Render, and Then Seize Her s5e3 - Baker Street: The Elementary Podcast On this episode of The Baker Street Podcast, Zachary and Jesse discuss the 3rd episode of the 5th season of CBS's "Elementary”. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemediagroup.com. You can write to us at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com and let us know what you ...…
 
Worth Several Cities s5e2 - Baker Street: The Elementary Podcast On this episode of The Baker Street Podcast, Zachary and Jesse discuss the 2nd episode of the 5th season of CBS's "Elementary”. Learn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemediagroup.com. You can write to us at southgatemediagroup@gmail.com and let us know what you think. ...…
 
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