And oh boy, I expect the press in attendance are hearing a lot more about archaeology than they ever wanted to. A lot of detail, quite good to hear how it all feeds into the end results and why they started making such assumptions about the skeleton. Perhaps a bit dry, but happy to hear that it's not being sensationalised or overly simplified for the benefit of the masses. This is an archaeologist who knows his stuff - not someone who is just camera friendly.
I bet they're all just preying for him to get on with it though...
Update: It Is "beyond reasonable doubt" Richard III and yes, he will be buried in the Cathedral there, and the Mayor managed magnificently to not be too cocky about having that as a major attraction for future tourists. From Feb 8th there is a temporary exhibition on display, and then next year a permanent exhibition opening (in the school building next to the burial site, which they had purchased before even getting the confirmation that it was Richard!)
Update: quick lunchtime cartoon added!