SUNDAY, August 2nd at 1:30pm: TEA TIME at Baker Street!

Team Tea Time continues Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's collection of Sherlock Holmes Adventures -  "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.   

TODAY: "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter" 

On a summer evening, while engaged in an aimless conversation that has come round to the topic of hereditary attributes, Doctor Watson learns that Sherlock Holmes, far from being a one-off in terms of his powers of observation and deductive reasoning, in fact has an elder brother whose skills, or so Holmes claims, outstrip even his own. As a consequence of this, Watson becomes acquainted with the Diogenes Club and his friend's brother, Mycroft.

Mycroft, as Watson learns, does not have the energy of his younger brother and as a consequence is incapable of using his great skills for detective work.  In spite of his inertia, the elder Holmes has often delivered the correct answer to a problem that Sherlock has brought to him. On this occasion, however, it is Mycroft who has need to consult Sherlock. Mr. Melas, a Greek interpreter and neighbor of Mycroft, tells of a rather unnerving experience he has recently gone through.
Corwyn Allen, John Morland, and Kayden Oconnell, live in voice

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