I didn't watch it on Sunday when it aired because I went to the BFI (I left the house on a Sunday night!), which brings me to my second Sherlock - Sherlock Jr.
"His view of the world was distinctive: unsentimental yet compassionate, darkly conscious of life’s absurdities yet illuminated by a cautiously hopeful humanity. Besides being a peerless entertainer, he was an artist of the highest order; accordingly, his work – much of it ahead of its time in many ways – still feels remarkably modern. Indeed, its philosophical resonance and its quietly resourceful aesthetic seem as timeless as its comic appeal."
Don't be put off if you think you're not keen on silent films & let me know if you do go!