Listen Live Radio Leicester seems to be the place to be, unless there's a BBC pic feed I haven't found yet.
BBC live: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21319148
ETA: Turns out it wasn't an arrow in the spine, but probably a Roman nail "disturbed from earlier layers".
They've re-researched Anne of York down to Michael Ibsen and that line checks out. And they've now discovered a second line of female descent.
"The mitochondrial DNA [from Michael Ibsen and the second line] leads to the conclusion that these are the remains of Richard III."
"Beyond reasonable doubt ... this is Richard III"
Oh my God. Just, wow.
They have just stated that he will be re-interred "in the nearest consecrated ground" which is apparently Leicester Cathedral. This will take place "probably early next year".
Blimey, according to Philippa Langley, they've already designed the tomb? And how on earth did I not know anything about the call for funds to carry out the investigation?
I wish the BBC hadn't pulled their feed when the ITV bloke stood up - very small minded of them.
ETA2: This is a rather messy post, for which apologies, but it was kind of live-blogged and I don't really feel like tidying it up at the moment. However, looking back through my offline notes, I saw this:
"The skeleton has idiopathic adolescent-onset scoliosis."
Which apparently means curvature of the spine, of unknown cause, starting after age 10.
And now I have visions of this skinny little runt, youngest sibling of the new King, utterly determined to wield a sword with the best of them and practising so hard and so long that he actually damaged his spine.