Pick of the week: Lost kingdom found

A lost kingdom has been uncovered nearly 200 years after it was buried under volcanic ash. Over 100,000 people died after a huge volcano called Mount Tambora erupted on the tiny Indonesian island of Sumbawa in 1815. After several years of research, archaeologists have now unearthed a house and the bodies of two occupants. They also found bronze bowls and ceramic pots which will give them clues about what life was like then.