003: The BBC’s Sherlock, Transmedia From Inception

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In this special episode of StoryForward, co-host Steve Peters talks with Joe Lidster, a television writer best known for his work on Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures and most recently, the online story content for the BBC series Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. They talk about the unique process behind the TV show, which, in true transmedia storytelling fashion, simultaneously spans your television screen, multiple websites and more.

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  2. Trina says:

    Thanks for this podcast! The insights into both the blogs and transmedia (definitely done right in ‘Sherlock’) are fascinating. I’m a U.S. fan, eagerly awaiting Series 2.

  3. K. Yuan says:

    I must say, I love the character (and the show and the site) but John is a *terrible* writer. Did Martin Freeman get a say on how his blog posts were written?

    • Casey Goranson says:

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      I find them simple and sometimes unclear – but that’s how diaries often are.