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Brani (156)
Brano Durata Ascolti
2l sherlock holmes 4:02 5
2c CH11 he's bleeding to death 4:35 3
2d dr henning's fingers delicately 3:46 3
2j CH15 a crying seagull woke 4:15 3
2k it was in truth precisely 3:08 3
2m either she understood the reference 5:32 3
2n CH16 i coasted through the darkness 3:29 3
2o a child's voice from without 4:21 3
2p petrol 3:19 3
1d CH2 the wind was not as powerful 3:09 3
1i CH5 at noon the air began 3:49 3
3h peter 3:26 2
6s the desk in his small, tidy study 4:20 2
7j CH47 new experiences were salutary 3:25 2
2e CH12 i may have wrapped my arms 3:21 2
2f the grey scraps of cloud 4:40 2
2g inverness was some eighty-five 3:25 2
2h CH13 chief inspector lestrade 4:29 2
2i CH14 an hour south of thurso 4:19 2
2q out of the corner of my eye 5:02 2
1e the change of tack 2:54 2
1j twelve minutes later 3:41 2
1k he led the doctor down 4:31 2
a9 chapter five 3:49 1
4a CH23 by tuesday sherlock 4:12 1
4b two hours later 4:16 1
4c monday was endless 3:26 1
4d CH24 the train to amsterdam 3:49 1
4e when the train pulled in 3:11 1
4f he needed to concentrate 5:49 1
4h CH25 peter 3:12 1
4i what, he and adler were staying 3:38 1
4k a year ago, he would not have 3:16 1
4m CH28 on wednesday, goodman 3:49 1
4o holmes went still 4:45 1
4q he made his way up the street 5:35 1
5a CH30 inspector lestrade turned 3:31 1
5b CH31 peter 2:51 1
5c CH32 you don't understand 3:28 1
5d this happened last night 4:19 1
5e gingerly, radiating humiliation 5:29 1
5f CH33 i tripped once 4:11 1
5g in the darkness i heard 4:43 1
5h CH34 do you wish a motorcar 5:22 1
5i i'll support you when i can 4:01 1
5j i pulled in to the station's 3:28 1
5k i carried two of the maps 5:53 1
5l CH35 two hundred fifty miles 3:28 1
5n CH36 holmes huddled 4:34 1
5o CH37 peter 1:03 1
5p CH38 late on friday night 1:29 1
5q CH39 goodman was in the 3:58 1
5r south of the thames 4:09 1
6a CH40 down the street 3:27 1
6b this bolt-hole was on the marylebone 3:15 1
6c we approached the little park 4:29 1
6e CH41 funeral services 3:12 1
6f these bustling pavements 4:01 1
6g mycroft tends to keep 4:20 1
6h i had a thought 3:17 1
6i CH42 mycroft occasionally cooked 3:58 1
6j it was signed with the initial alone 3:53 1
6k the bobbing light accompanied 4:53 1
6l CH43 the address attributed 4:40 1
6m do you know anything about 3:53 1
6n the exact words he used 3:45 1
6o and very recently 3:23 1
6p CH44 she expected something 4:06 1
6q i'll wait here for a time 3:18 1
6r on the table just inside 3:28 1
7a sosa was in his fifties 4:00 1
7b how do you know what i've been doing 4:58 1
7c CH45 chief inspector john lestrade 3:29 1
7d i nearly took your head off 3:30 1
7e intelligence takes care of its own 3:36 1
7f he's not staying there 5:24 1
7g as soon as the words were out 5:00 1
7h CH46 the thud of that word 4:09 1
7i yes, i said. but sosa 4:49 1
7k reluctantly holmes settled 3:48 1
7l he'd been retired for two decades 3:39 1
7m CH48 back at the bolt-hole 3:30 1
7n that's better, he said 4:49 1
7o CH49 javitz was standing 3:25 1
7p you probably want me to go away 3:26 1
7q he tried but the legal details 5:26 1
2r three master criminals 4:49 1
3a CH17 the fairy-tale impression 4:27 1
3b one wall floor to ceiling 5:18 1
3c CH18 the remainder of saturday 5:10 1
3d during the afternoon he juggled 4:08 1
3e evening and i might have 3:17 1
3f i only hesitated for a moment 3:32 1
3g CH19 on tuesday at half past five 3:19 1
3i you received a letter 3:12 1
3j CH20 sunday morning 4:40 1
3k we propped 4:30 1
3l it started when 4:49 1
3m i thought it safe to leave 4:53 1
3n CH21 a divided by 4:30 1
3o his prison was on the top 4:24 1
3p CH22 on monday my headache 3:59 1
3q tuesday morning my head was clear 3:02 1
3r admitted that there was a telegraphic 3:41 1
4g holmes had had time to think 5:30 1
4j CH26 the train reached king's cross 3:23 1
4l CH27 a divided by 4:20 1
4n CH29 tuesday night, the wind 3:28 1
4p two days ago he had 5:20 1
5m however, in the end 5:35 1
6d well, billy, i suggest 4:43 1
9a CH58 holmes could not quite stifle 4:10 1
9b you moved them 4:15 1
9c CH59 peter 2:55 1
9d CH60 it was fortunate 4:34 1
9e goodman reached for the latch 4:46 1
9f finally, the panel's inner 4:29 1
9g CH61 mycroft 4:16 1
9h he cleared his throat 3:59 1
9i i looked at holmes 3:30 1
9j because of brothers 4:10 1
9k CH62 mycroft's three 5:25 1
9l at the top, he saw the problem 2:59 1
8a it took me half an hour 1:41 1
8b CH50 walking to church 5:11 1
8c CH51 peter 4:47 1
8d CH52 the file concerning 3:01 1
8e however, in the case of this patient 4:14 1
8f by the end of march 3:12 1
8g if the board certifies 3:08 1
8h CH53 robert goodman had only 2:13 1
8i CH54 russell had been here 1:47 1
8j CH55 a song thrush sat atop a tree 4:49 1
8k the thrush atop the overlooking tree 4:17 1
8l at the front, marching 3:08 1
8m the priest, torn between 3:53 1
8n CH56 i found holmes by the 4:53 1
8o i had not seen holmes since 3:02 1
8p it didn't strike me as his kind 3:12 1
8q CH57 holmes, no, i protested 3:07 1
8r hello, robert, i said 4:22 1
8s goodman had created 4:29 1
1a recorded books presents 3:01 1
1b CH1 a child is a burden after a mile 5:30 1
1c except that Mycroft's 3:27 1
1f CH3 the man with several names 3:33 1
1g who could they have been 3:06 1
1h CH4 when we reached the coastal 5:56 1
1l CH6 the reverend thomas brothers 2:22 1
1m CH7 the clever young man stood 5:56 1
1n CH8 the grey-haired man 5:16 1
1o CH9 the business end of a gun 4:02 1
1p who do you think was trying 4:33 1
1q we approached thurso 5:31 1
2a CH10 we flew on through the grey 3:05 1
2b instantly a wave of thoughts 3:32 1