Professor Larry Conyers from the University of Denver visits the Greyfriars Car Park and surveys it with ground penetrating radar.
End of week 2 and halfway through the excavation and I promised Charlotte that I would sit down and actually write a blog entry.
The viewing platform has been busy though with lots of interested people coming to see how it is all going and ask questions about the dig.
Today I was given the chance to do my part on the Greyfriars dig more than my usual short visits to the dig site to see what is going on. I got there bright and early and was put to work.
It has been great to see it from the beginning, watching the diggers and their skill, combined with Matt's knowledge of when to stop and check things out by hand.
The Greyfriars dig team have finished their first week. The Alderman Newton School car park looks quite different to how it did last week.
So machining has finished. The next step is cleaning up the excavations and uncovering the areas that were excavated last time.
I visited the dig site today (Wednesday) and the team all agree that it's great to be back at Grey Friars.
The next Greyfriars excavation begins on Monday [today] and I have been lucky enough to be involved this time, I started my role in April so I had to watch the Richard III developments on my computer when they were announced.
Keep up to date with the progress of the Grey Friars Dig Part II throughout July 2013 via regular updates on this site. The body of King Richard III was discovered here in 2012 – who and what else lies beneath this now-famous car park?
There is a selection of images on our Flickr channel