Scientists have said that they have found the skeleton of England’s King Richard III under a parking lot in Leicester. Most notably depicted as a villian by playwright William Shakespeare, Richard was killed in 1485.
Forensic sleuths have analyzed the remains of England's King Richard III, finding that he likely died of blows to an unprotected head. The report broadly backs anecdotal accounts of the death immortalized by Shakespeare.
For the first time ever a Shakespeare play is being staged in the actual battlefields it depicts, as interest in England’s 15th century civil conflicts known as the 'War of the Roses' grows.
An Indian scholar has translated all the works including 38 plays of the 16th century Bard of Avon into Punjabi. The translation of William Shakespeare's works has taken two decades to complete.
In this episode: The German National Soccer Team cook, photographing subways, Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Napoleon's double, and exploring Wales from the air.
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