For one thing, following Sherlock’s success at the BAFTA Craft awards, Andrew Scott won the BAFTA in the category of Best Supporting Actor; and Steven Moffat won the BAFTA’s Special Award for his outstanding work on both Doctor Who and Sherlock in the past two years.
And today, High Court’s decision on the Undershaw redevelopment scheme came through: the plan to demolish the property once owned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, has been opposed by the Undershaw Preservation Trust with amazing tenacity for years. Under the patronage of Mark Gatiss, the campaign has gained more and more public attention, until meet-ups and gatherings were held all over the world to show support. After the public hearing last week, a decision was made today to overturn the proposition to tear it down and build a block of flats on the premises. Read more here, at Sherlockology.
If you want to support the Undershaw Preservation Trust, you can do so by buying the collection of poems and short stories written by fans, compiled by Sherlockology and adorned by contributions from the initiators of the Trust, Mark Gatiss, Stephen Fry, Douglas Wilmer, and many more. Sherlock’s Home: The Empty House is available at all your favourite bookshops and, of course, amazon.