The mysterious appeal of the immortal Sherlock Holmes
From Jeremy Brett to Robert Downey Jr. to Benedict Cumberbatch, actors love putting their stamp on Sherlock Holmes — and audiences continue to gravitate toward Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous character.
For over 130 years, the master of deduction and disguise has stimulated the popular imagination — but what's made him so timeless and appealing? For insight, guest host Tom Power speaks with Zach Dundas. His new book, The Great Detective, explores the cult of Holmes and his contribution to pop culture.