Series 2, Episode 10

WRITTEN BY:

Mathew Baynton, Dave Cohen, Giles Pilbrow, Steve Punt, Laurence Rickard, Ben Ward and Ben Willbond


ORIGINAL AIRDATE:

6 July 2010


SKETCHES:

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Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

The News at 1066 provides updates from the Norman Conquest via Bayeux Tapestry

Now That’s What I Call Historical Music: Trubador Bertran de Born releases “Now That’s What I Call Miserable!: Vol.3” to mixed reviews including Simon Cowell’s (a call back to the animated pig piano sketch in Series 1)
Horrible Histories Vile Victorians

Victorian EastEnders: All a seventh child wants for his birthday fifth birthday is a name

Shouty Man: New! Victorian Maid

Scary Stories: “The Freaks”
Horrible Histories Cut-Throat Celts

Historical Fashion Fix: A warrior gets an unusual pre-battle makeover

SONG: Boudicca: One of the most fierce Celtic warriors sings about her story
Horrible Histories Slimy Stuarts

King Charles I’s French bride is less than pleased to learn he’s sent a stand-in groom

A Scots congregation needs some serious persuasion to accept the new English prayer books
Horrible Histories Gorgeous Georgians

HHTV Sport: Play-by-play of a pinching match

A fresh army recruit gets a rude surprise on reporting for duty
Horrible Histories Awful Egyptians

Cleopatra’s beauty regime

Historical Hospital: Dr Isis prescribes some surprisingly effective treatments


PICTURES:


SONG:

Horrible Histories Cut-Throat Celts

Boudicca

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