Now this is a real treat. Edmund Butt's score to Mark Gatiss' terrific Doctor Who drama. You all remember An Adventure in Space and Time, don't you? It's the 90 minutes last year that made several generations of Who fans get all moist-eyed and nostalgic, some for a time they weren't even alive in.
Pass that popcorn-filled Deerstalker, would you? Because with that filmic running length, a principal duo of Hollywood stars, and the fact that each 90-minute feature is advertised with the hashtaggable anticipation of your average blockbuster, every episode of Sherlock is less a TV drama and more a movie that has escaped into your living room. So it stands to reason that it should be given a fittingly filmic score.