Anybody see 'The Princes in the Tower' television programme recently?
I only caught the last few minutes of it, where historian David Starkey claims to possibly found proof that Richard III had ordered the murders of Edward V and his brother Richard.
A confession whilst on trial by a servant of Richard III, I didn't catch his name, was the proof.
Can anyone else who watched the whole programme and saw this bit at the end enlighten me about this 'proof' and the details of it please?
Many thanks in anticipation
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- Absolute Wizard
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Fraid I dont have time to dig out the names but if you search for the excellent (even after all these years) Trial of R3 docu drama that was done a long while back on YouTube you'll get more info.
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