Special #12: Emma Grant

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special12A new live episode! We would like to thank our amazing fans for being a part of the podcast and quiz, and our special guest, emmagrant01, for being a brilliant addition to our live podcast episodes.

Join Babes Liz and Lyndsay and our fabulous audience as we discuss with Emma Sherlockian AUs–from Rathbone to tunalock, from “A Cure for Boredom” to “Nothing to Make a Song About,” we will chat over everything about Emma’s work that makes us excited and curious about new incarnations of Sherlock Holmes, as well as aspects of the character which will always and forever remain timeless.  Listen to Emma being fierce, and applaud the wonderful people who contributed their time and helped make this new live ep so special!

Special #12: Emma Grant

[LISTEN] | [DOWNLOAD] (Save Link As) —————————————— A new live episode! We would like to thank our amazing fans for being a part of the podcast and quiz, and our special guest, emmagrant01, for being a brilliant addition to our live podcast episodes. Join Babes Liz and Lyndsay and our fabulous audience as we discuss with Emma… Read More »

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