Doctor Who News Doctor Who sheet music found in Sherlock's flat!

Published on January 17th, 2014 | by Jonathan Appleton

Doctor Who Prop Materialises in Sherlock’s Flat!

Viewers have speculated about it in online forums and fan fiction but we now have confirmation that the Doctor and Sherlock Holmes have met. Not only that, but the Time Lord seemingly palms off his old junk on the great detective.

The Doctor’s sheet music from the Tennant era special mini-episode Music of the Spheres, filmed for the 2008 Doctor Who Prom, has found a new home in the 221B Baker Street set of BBC1′s Sherlock. The hit reinvention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic stories, which has just finished its third series, features a fairly traditional representation of the sleuth’s Baker Street flat, full of clutter collected in a career solving crimes (a 360 degree view of which you can see here).

In comments which one imagines he won’t want to repeat to Scotland Yard, Production Designer Arwel Wyn Jones confesses he ‘may have stolen’ the item from the Doctor Who shelves at BBC Cardiff…

Any ideas as to other items belonging to the Doctor that Sherlock might fancy for his flat?

(Via DavidTennantOnTwitter)

 

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has watched Doctor Who since those great big spiders did for Jon Pertwee, and it's way too late to stop now. When he's not at his job working for a charity in Hull he spends his time following Hull City's fortunes, listening to Bruce Springsteen and wondering why it took thirty years too long for Doctor Who action figures to come along. Favourite stories include the one with the mummies, the one with Mr Sin and the one with the Mona Lisa. Currently watching: The Time Monster - was there ever a more barking Doctor Who story?




One Response to Doctor Who Prop Materialises in Sherlock’s Flat!

  1. drewboynton says:

    That bookshelf looks suspiciously like a TARDIS that has a working chameleon circuit…

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