Join international bestselling author and creator of Midsomer Murders and Foyle's War Anthony Horowitz as he investigates My Favourite Sherlock Holmes Casebook.
Ever since his father gave him a copy of the complete stories of Sherlock Holmes aged 17, Anthony has been a huge Sherlock Holmes fan, so much so that he has written two official Sherlock Holmes books, The House of Silk and the follow up Moriarty which is out now.
Join Anthony as he rattles through London in a Hansom Cab, the black cab of its day, to find out why the world's greatest detective was almost chronicled by Ormond Sacker; find out why Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (who wrote the stories ) was the JK Rowling of his day; and discover where a consulting detective treats himself to dinner after foiling murder and mystery.
With thanks to
Alex Werner and Andrew Scott at The Museum of London
Olwyn Hinds at The Tower Hamlets Filming Office for her extremely helpful and friendly service
Bev and Kevin at Kevin Merry Horse Drawn Carriages for once again being super efficient, friendly and helpful
The Sherlock Holmes Pub, and all the staff there for being so accommodating
Robin Rowles, Footprints of London
The staff of Simpsons on the Strand for being so accommodating
Colin Evans - for the speediest black cab in the business
Gary Rogers, or One-legged Gary, the best Victorian street vendor in the business
Special mention to Lauren and Angela - thanks for everything!
With four million households renting privately, the buy-to-let sector is booming and demand for rental property is at an all-time high.
For some, buy-to-let is an opportunity to create a nest egg or pension, for others, letting out their property is the best option when life throws a curveball - either due to relocation, a change in your relationship or financial circumstance.
Today, Louisa Fletcher joins us to talk through the basics of letting out a property.
Winter is well and truly here, if this week's temperatures are anything to go by, and that means that pegging our clothes out on the washing line is no longer an option. So what do you do if you want to avoid the expense of tumble drying?
Consumer queen Alice Beer demonstrates a whole host of alternative tricks, techniques and gadgets that could save you money, time and space, using everything from hair straighteners to salad spinners!
We're looking for someone who is thinking about becoming a landlord but doesn't know whether they are able to do it. We'd need you to do a bit of filming at home this week to be shown on Thursday's show.
Please get in touch with a contact telephone number and address by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Tuesday 11 November. You must be 18 or over, but you don't need to currently own your own property.
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The nights are drawing in and temperatures are set to plunge, and with last night the coldest of the season so far, it is time to get your garden in order!
So grab your gloves and wellies as horticulturist David Domoney shows us that putting in a little effort now will ensure your garden can look after itself throughout winter.
David reveals some of the best plans to bring colour to your winter garden as well as nifty tips to protect your plants and insects - and the best ways to keep yourself warm in your garden!
We thought we'd give you a glimpse in to the domestic bliss of Phillip and Amanda's life off-screen... they even make the bed after them!
Halloween is nothing without a pumpkin but how do you carve it to make it stand out from all the others?
We're joined by pumpkin carving expert Dave Turner who is going show us how to carve a nifty design into a pumpkin that will make everyone scream with envy.
He also declared Ashley Banjo the pump-king after crowning him the victor in a carving contest between Ashley, Phil Vickery, Leo Bancroft and Bryony Gordon.
This week, Larry Lamb has been showing us around a countryside castle. If you want to bring the look of a stately home to your semi, Linda Barker is here with a plethora of ideas for you - no castle required.