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It also meant Umbers - who studied Latin, Greek and philosophy at Oxford University and has written two scripts for movies in the pipeline - hadn't researched the Perkin-Warbeck story as much as he would have liked, though he has now.The fate of the princes is a popular topic for discussion - even though the bodies of two children, believed to be the princes, were discovered in the tower by workmen in 1674, then reburied in Westminster Abbey on the orders of Charles II.But Shakespeare - like Sir Thomas More, another literary giant who fingered Richard III - was writing in Tudor times.His War Of The Roses cycle may be engrossing drama but it's more Tudor propaganda than accurate history.But because Channel 4 weren't there to supervise us, we kind of mutinied.
There have always been conspiracy theories about what happened to the two princes after they were last seen alive, playing in the gardens of the tower in 1483.Richard was nine and his 12-year-old brother had been named Edward V, though his title was taken away after both boys were declared illegitimate.Most of us know the version Shakespeare gave us in Richard III: that the boys were smothered on the orders of their uncle, the Duke of Gloucester, who was next in line for the crown.'Keep the Home Fires Burning,' the first book, will be available in July 2017." The moving drama hailed as “irresistible" by The Wall Street Journal returns for a final season.#Home Fires PBS HOME FIRES follows the story of a group of inspirational women in an English village during World War II.