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Fan Fic » Johnlock Fic Recs *warning - adult content* » April 6, 2016 8:21 pm

JaneCo
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Have never recced before but this made me laugh.
"What Would Sherlock Do?"
Probably not for you if you are looking for *hot*. A series of 3 non-explicit stories. For me the 1st was the best although I enjoyed them all. The 3rd proved to be worth sticking with.
http://archiveofourown.org/series/144189

John Watson comes to the conclusion that Sherlock Holmes should be his lover. But how does a (mostly) straight man seduce a (possibly) asexual genius who can spot any maneuvering a mile away? Well, John asks himself, what would Sherlock do?
 
 

Introductions Please... » Hello fellow Sherlockians from Chester, UK xx » March 13, 2014 5:02 pm

JaneCo
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Hello and a warm Wirral welcome. I'm not in here very often but wanted to welcome a (relatively) near neighbour.

Other Adaptations » Radio Version » July 14, 2013 9:30 am

JaneCo
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There is a series of Sherlock Holmes stories being broadcast on Radio 4 Extra.  The last one went out on Friday. You should be able to catch most of these on iplayer. I particularly enjoyed hearing the late Michael Williams who was Dame Judy Dench's husband, as John Watson. Of interest also may be 'The Noble Bachelor' in which (spoilers ahead ; ) ) the womanising, gambling altogether nasty piece of work is played by one Timothy Carlton.

Sherlock Games » Sherlock Quotes Hangman: The Game So Far » May 14, 2013 7:55 pm

JaneCo
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Nice to see you're keeping up the good work Skitty!

Now all you have to do is put them in the right order :- 0

Best wishes xx

Jane

Upcoming Events & Competitions » An Afternoon with Mark Gatiss (11th Nov @ the Criterion, London) » November 9, 2012 5:36 pm

JaneCo
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I understand that tickets for this are still available from the box office.

Other » Twitter Hacked » November 8, 2012 8:56 pm

JaneCo
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Yes, I follow you on twitter and remember it happening. But as you don't follow me  you (hopefully) won't be affected. I haven;t opened any emails or looked on twitter until a short time ago and (being a relative newbie on twitter) it gradually dawned on me what had happened.

Thanks for letting me know you're OK though, just seen your tweet 

Other » Twitter Hacked » November 8, 2012 8:32 pm

JaneCo
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Will do, but the names that came up were all members of this forum so I came here first. I have now changed my password as suggested on the site.

Other » Twitter Hacked » November 8, 2012 8:19 pm

JaneCo
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Hi, I thought I'd better post an apology to anyone who has received a message, linking to a video, apparently from me. I logged on to my email tonight to discover messages from several of you. I only opened one, but I suspect the contents of the others will be the same. I haven't sent out any links. Please don't open anything that fits this description.

In the meantime, if anyone can advise me as to what I can do to stop it happening I'd be eternally grateful

Moftiss » Mark Gatiss on Desert Island Discs » September 8, 2012 4:16 pm

JaneCo
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I believe it is the extended version on radio 4 extra tomorrow (Sunday) and then repeated later in the evening.

Benedict's Non-Sherlock Work » Parade's End » September 8, 2012 4:13 pm

JaneCo
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Ahhh thank you. At least now I know I wasn't just making it up as I went along. I'll still watch it again though, too good not to.

Other » For non-native English speakers » September 8, 2012 1:18 pm

JaneCo
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The only rule seems to be that there isn't one. I must be brighter than I thought, I picked it all up as a baby 

Martin Freeman » Martin on driving, Sherlock and the meaning of life » September 8, 2012 12:44 pm

JaneCo
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Enjoyed this article. There are more than 53 of us here so he's doin' OK.

Benedict's Non-Sherlock Work » Parade's End » September 8, 2012 12:30 pm

JaneCo
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I've loved every episode so far. Other than Sherlock, I can't think of anything I have enjoyed more in recent years. All 3 main characters are superbly written and played. I have a 4 book queue at the moment, so I knew I wouldn't have time to read the books before the series aired so I decided to leave them completely for the moment and watch from a POV of complete ignorance. I have also watched the first 2 episodes on iplayer to catch anything I may have missed on first viewing.

Perhaps I have understood this incorrectly, but I had the impression that Christopher's father had died accidentally as a result of the firearm going off when he crawled under a bush to retrieve a rabbit leaving the safety catch thingy off. In fact (this is something I want to look for when I watch it again) didn't one of the characters refer to this in the following conversation. Yet, in the reviews I have read it is referred to as his father's suicide. One reviewer seems to have read the bboks* so I can only assume that it is me that is wrong.

* Incoherence due to Benedict Cumberbatch's voice suddenly wafting across the room unexpectedly. A HISCOX insurance advert during a break in the paralympic coverage

Other » For non-native English speakers » September 8, 2012 11:50 am

JaneCo
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Sorry everyone  . Thought I had posted correctly and then had to dash off to deliver daughter somewhere for 12.00 *rolls eyes* so I've only just discovered the error. Thanks to Kazza for knowing what to do in an emergency. 

Other » For non-native English speakers » September 8, 2012 10:46 am

JaneCo
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Feel very proud

https://twitter.com/innocentdrinks/status/244365666747039744/photo/1


Link address on Twitter is
http://t.co/W1mcwIcJ

Benedict's Non-Sherlock Work » Cabin pressure poll- cheese board » August 31, 2012 9:33 pm

JaneCo
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Voted for the one with the holes in (reminded me of some plots). Thanks for the poll Arthur (~sorry Davina)

Benedict's Press » Shortlist interview » August 31, 2012 11:55 am

JaneCo
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Thanks for posting this Hepz, I must admit that the original article appeared to contradict what he said at the PBS question and answer session, so didn't quite ring true to me. Delighted to see this statement published.

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