Sherlock: The Great Game by Mark Gatiss; dir. Paul McGuigan (BBC, 2010) A grim episode to round out Series One, its plot not obviously based on a particular Conan Doyle story. Moriarty (Andrew Scott) proves a revelation while Sherlock becomes less and less likeable—a smug, classist brainbox acting much as Sergeant Donovan cautioned.
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The Glimme by Emily Rodda; ill. Marc McBride (Scholastic, 2019); audiobook read by Andrew Scott (Bolinda, 2020) A dreamy, somewhat melancholic children’s fantasy by Emily Rodda, rendered even more so by Andrew Scott’s audiobook reading. (Most young readers will prefer the hardcover, which is brimming with lush, full-page colour illustrations courtesy of Marc McBride.) Neatly plotted and pleasingly self-contained. …