Where are all our missing kings?

Experts believe they've found the final resting place of King Alfred the Great - born in Oxfordshire, who died almost 600 years earlier than Richard the third - in 899 AD.

So could an unmarked grave in the grounds of a Hampshire church - really hold the secret of the Saxon King's remains? Fred spoke to Professor Martin Biddle from Oxford University to find out.

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Richard III's son buried in South?

This week, it was revealed a battle-scarred skull and bones found under a car park in Leicester was that of King Richard the third. But now there are calls to investigate whether his illegitimate son really is buried in a churchyard in Kent.