Horrible Histories

June 2017
29:00

Season 1, Episode 11

3.0 0 x
Queen Victoria learns her British comforts aren't very British; a Viking warrior won't stop talking in rhyme; and the contestants try to become executioners on The Axe Factor.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 10

3.0 1 x
HHTV News reports live from the Battle of Thermopylae and we learn the revolting truth about Roman toilets.
28:00

Season 1, Episode 9

3.0 0 x
A Victorian inspector checks that school is suitably cruel, HHTV News reports live from the Great Plague, and Thumbelina drowns in poo.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 8

3.0 1 x
The Saxons exchange disgusting Christmas presents, a caveman goes on a TV cookery show, and we discover the bizarre causes of World War I.
32:00

Season 1, Episode 7

3.0 0 x
The Houses Of Parliament in London smell of poo, Cinderella struggles with the Blitz, and Helen of Troy reveals her complicated love life.
29:00

Season 2, Episode 8

3.0 1 x
Season 2, Episode 8 of Horrible Histories was broadcast by ABC3 on Sunday 18 June 2017 at 13:30.
April 2017
28:00

Season 1, Episode 6

3.0 3 x
An evil Greek god appears on a daytime chat show, a rich Georgian swaps his wife with a peasant, and we meet some weird medieval monsters.
28:00

Season 2, Episode 1

3.0 4 x
From the woeful World Wars, the miserable Middle Ages and the savage Stone Age to cut-throat Celts, groovy Greeks, rotten Romans, vile Vikings and awful Egyptians, history has never been so naughty!
29:00

Season 1, Episode 13

3.0 1 x
A lazy aristocrat invents the sandwich; the Romans host their own revolting cookery show; and William Shakespeare is haunted by the ghost of King Richard III.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 12

3.0 1 x
A Victorian teacher is confused by her pupils' bizarre names, the Romans run out of animals to execute, and Queen Victoria advertises her exercise DVD.
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