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Does anyone know the name of the piano piece played in the BBC radio adaption of The Solitary Cyclist?

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The piece played at the end of the episode is very pretty. I have tried to find the name of it, but I can't seem to find any website or book that tells the name of the piece. Any help is welcome.

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Is the episode available on the internet, so that you could post a link to it?  Even those of us who are not familiar with the radio series might recognize the tune.  Plus that's a good story, so I wouldn't mind hearing the adaptation!

 

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1 hour ago, Carol the Dabbler said:

Is the episode available on the internet, so that you could post a link to it?  Even those of us who are not familiar with the radio series might recognize the tune.  Plus that's a good story, so I wouldn't mind hearing the adaptation!

 

Sorry, I think the show can only be accessed by purchasing via Amazon or Audible.  I highly recommend all of the adaptions. They take canon Holmes and bring something new to it - there's often added dialogue and scenes that aren't in the books but that fit perfectly. I also recommend The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes. Same actor portrays Holmes, but they're pastiches written by Bert Coules, taken from references in the original canon. They are some of the best Holmes pastiches I have ever read, they replicate ACD's style perfectly, while raising some serious issues, and the ending is really heartwarming. 

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This is the episode if it helps, though yes, it's not currently available via BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04nhm9d .

Might be a long shot, but how about sending the BBC a nice email and asking? If anyone should know, it's them. :smile:

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