🎧 Finding Richard III
🎧 Gone Medieval • 40m
In recent weeks, cinema audiences have been enjoying The Lost King, which tells the story of the efforts of amateur historian Philippa Langley to find the remains of Richard III - lost for more than 500 years - beneath a social services car park in Leicester.
In this episode of Gone Medieval, Matt Lewis meets Philippa to hear the story of this amazing discovery.
This episode was edited by Elena Guthrie and produced by Rob Weinberg.
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