swissmarg: Mrs Hudson (Molly)
As part of helping Team Ariane with checking over [ profile] arianedevere's transcript of the second episode of series 3 of Sherlock, I zoomed in and transcribed all of the newspaper articles and obituaries that were shown. In the interest of relevance and space concerns, the decision was made not to include them in the full transcript, but I'd like to provide them here in case anyone's interested. They're kind of fun.

Not actually any spoilers... )
swissmarg: Mrs Hudson (Molly)
I've put together transcripts from the series 3 interactive trailer, including both the main trailer and the interactive content. I hope this is helpful to non-native English speakers, or just as a reference for anyone.

Edit: I missed three of the interviews when I first posted this. I have added them in at the end now.

And since I couldn't find the interviews uploaded anywhere else, I went ahead and captured and uploaded them:

The Reichenbach Fall (Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss on planning Sherlock's death in series 2)
The Empty Hearse (Martin Freeman on Sherlock and John's reunion in the first episode of series 3)
Surviving the Fall (Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss on how Sherlock survived the fall at the end of series 2)

Transcripts contain spoilers )
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I'm not going to transcribe the whole thing, but I just wanted to put this out there which Steven Moffat said about series 3 of Sherlock in this interview with IGN aired on 29 May 2012:

MOFFAT: Our MO in Sherlock is to make people wait, to make them suffer and wait, and then give them a real burst of ah... of quality really. It takes a long while to make the show as good as we make it. We couldn't keep that quality up and the intensity up over thirteen episodes or twenty-six episodes. We have to do a burst of high-impact television, but you know, one of the- part of the theatre of it is making people wait. You had to wait a year and a half the last time, I'm not guaranteeing you won't do the same thing this time.

INTERVIEWER: And at what part that- at what time in the process have you decided what stories to tell? Do you already have an idea what ones will be in season three or is that something that will come as time goes on?

MOFFAT: Oh, we've got a pretty good idea of what we're doing. We've discussed it, the three of us have sat and discussed it. Lots of grey areas, lots of big vaguenesses and absolute flexibility to make major changes in mind, though I do think we've got a really good framework for it. We've got a good beginning, we've got a stormer of an end, and we've got a stunning development in the middle, which is what we're looking for.


MOFFAT: We want, you know, three must-see films, not- I mean, we don't want an episode one and an episode two and an episode three. We want, you know, three must-see movies. And like this year, you know, it will all build up shockingly to the last twenty minutes again.
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Oops, I did it again!

This time it's an interview between Benedict Cumberbatch and Peter Travers, music critic for The Rolling Stone magazine, broadcast on America's ABC, I think on May 18, 2012. The original interview can be seen here.

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I don't know, I was bored this afternoon and this interview just came out, so I transcribed it. There's nothing new in it, he pretty much repeats things he's said in previous interviews, but here you are.

The podcast of the original interview from 15 May 2012 on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn and broadcast on Public Radio International can be found here. There were three clips played during the interview from various episodes of Sherlock, but I didn't transcribe those, as they are available elsewhere.

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