Richard III announcement
Could human remains found in a car park in Leicester be those of King Richard III? BBC Radio Leicester broadcast live from the University of Leicester as the announcement is made.
The skull found in a Leicester car park
An image of the skull which has been released ahead of DNA test results.
Richard Taylor, University of Leicester
Richard Taylor from the University of Leicester has a very important sealed envelope.
Emily Anderson and Jonathan Lampon
Producer Emily and presenter Jonathan broadcast live from the University of Leicester.
Television trucks line up
The world's media arrive at the University of Leicester for the press announcement.
Jim Davis, BBC Radio Leicester
Jim arrives at the University of Leicester, ready to attend the press conference.
Television cameras are lined up in the press conference room.
The top table
While we wait for the press conference, the wonderful TritonE recorder trio entertain.
The Mayor chats to Jim Davis
Leicester's elected mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby chats to Jim ahead of the announcement.
The press conference starts
"Today we bear witness to history... what we're about to tell you is truly astonishing."
The University of Leicester's Richard Buckley reveals details about the skeleton.
An exclusive image of the bones as they were discovered below the Leicester car park.
Dr Jo Appleby, archaeologist
Dr Jo Appleby says they have identified 10 wounds on the skeleton - eight to the skull.
Dr Jo Appleby talks the press conference to the wound marks on the skeleton.
The curved spine
An image of the skeleton's curved spine - fitting with descriptions of Richard III.