At the November meeting of the Essex Egyptology Group Vincent Oeters talked to us about the Step Pyramid of Djoser - in particular the inside of it. He doesn't himself work on the Step Pyramid, but while he was working (as an archaeologist) nearby he was able to go into it three times (with the permission of and accompanied by an Inspector from the Ministry of Antiquities, as it's not generally open to tourists). And one of those times he was also allowed to take photos! And it was those photos that formed the core of his talk.
The talk at the Essex Egyptology Group meeting this September was given by one of our members - Stuart Baldwin. He's interested in the development of the Egyptian pyramids over time, and in how the Egyptians managed to build such monumental structures with such early technology. His talk presented what he's learnt about the subject, as well as several entertaining asides (which I generally shan't try and reproduce in this writeup, translating someone else's jokes from speech to text is an exercise doomed to failure!).