Since the Greyfriars Project was announced in August 2012 there has been a tremendous amount of coverage in the press and media. Here are some of the highlights.
By Natasha Sheldon
By Alastair Smart
As archaeologists prepare to announce the discovery of Richard III's remains, Alastair Smart looks for clues to the king's much-maligned character in early portraits of him.
By Jenny Gross
Results of DNA Testing Are Pending, but Ricardians Are Divided Over Proper Resting Place
By David Pocklington
Three-minute report on CBS (clips starts with a commercial)
By John F Burns
By Steven Berkoff
A two-minute monologue written and performed by Steven Berkoff for BBC Radio 4’s PM programme.
By Rowan Hooper
The body of Richard III, the last king of England to fall in battle, may have been discovered. But what evidence will be needed to confirm it is him?
By Greg Jenner, Historical Consultant to Horrible Histories
By Ricky Boleto
. . . and pretty much every other country on the planet.