• Where shall we inter the bones?

    This is the big question if the remains found in Leicestershire really are those of King Richard III.  Some say throw them back in the hole (because the Tudors say he was a villain) while others, not succumbing to Tudor propaganda, say it would show respect to bury him in York Minster where he wanted to be interred and where Yorkists feel he belongs.  What do you say?

  • BBC History Magazine

    If you haven’t caught up with this yet I recommend it for all kinds of historical bits and pieces.  There’s always something relating to medieval matters – latest cliff-hanger is the likelihood that the bones discovered in Leicester are indeed those of Richard III.  I had this word of mouth from a fellow writer of historical fiction last night, so it must be true.