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A recent study by the British Geological Survey,with the University of Leicester,has delved into the bone/tooth chemistry of King Richard III and uncovered new details about the life/diet of Britain's last Plantagenet king.Published in Elsevier's Journal of Archaeological Science.This study,the most complete to have been conducted on a medieval monarch,Richard III:The New Evidence,airing on Channel 4 on Sunday 17th August at 9pm.

Bone chemistry reveals royal lifestyle of Richard III

The first feature-length episode of the new Dr Who series is titled Deep Breath. Photograph: Rex

First episode of new Doctor Who series to be broadcast in cinemas

Doctor Who Series Eight Broadcast Date Announced Plus First Episode Title And Teaser Trailer

Details of season 3 of The Bridge are emerging but it is rumoured that only one of the two leads will be returning. Will it be Saga or Martin?

Nordic Noir | TV and Film from Scandinavia and beyond

Happy Valley (BBC) has been hailed as a masterpiece. Photograph: BBC/Red Productions

Should Happy Valley get a second series?

Orphan Black: Sarah Manning (played by Tatiana Maslany) and Felix Dawkins (Jordan Gavaris). Photograph: Steve Wilkie/BBC/Orphan Black Produc...

Orphan Black: a worthy heir to Buffy's crown

Penny Dreadful~new Victorian era horror drama on Sky Atlantic

Jon Hamm as Don Draper in Mad Men, season seven

The Mad Men mid-season finale: so what happens next?

Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and Don Draper (Jon Hamm) in Mad Men. Photograph: AMC

Oliver Peyton, Prue Leith and Matthew Fort in Great British Menu Photograph: BBC/Optomen Television Ltd/Andrew Hayes-Watkins

Believe, the new TV show directed by Alfonso Cuarón, starring Johnny Sequoyah (left) as Bo and Jake McLaughlin as Tate. Photograph: NBC

Can Alfonso Cuarón rise above Gravity with his TV series Believe?

Mammon, latest Nordic Noir, this time from Norway

TV and radio blog + Mammon | Television & radio | The Guardian

the best thing on tv since The Bridge - Supt Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), DS Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) & DC Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) in Line of Duty. BBC2

Keeley Hawes is to take on a villainous role in Doctor Who - as a banker.

Reece Shearsmith, bottom, and Steve Pemberton in the opening episode of Inside No 9. Photograph: Gary Moyes/BBC/Gary Moyes