Series 2, Episode 3

WRITTEN BY:

Lucy Clarke, Dave Cohen, Greg Jenner, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard and Fay Rusling


ORIGINAL AIRDATE:

2 June 2010


SKETCHES:

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Horrible Histories Rotten Romans

Christians compete to avoid Roman persecution on “I’m a Christian, Get Me out of Here!”(parody of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!)

Emperor Nero’s marital woes are featured in “Love You to Death(film trailer)

Ave! Magazine: Profiling celebrity gladiator Spiculus
Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

Historical Paramedics: trying reviving an unconscious patient with treacle and wee

Vincenzo Larfoff (special guest David Baddiel) is your host for Scary Stories: “The Children of Woolpit”
Horrible Histories Groovy Greeks

Sending a student off to school

SONG: Spartan High School Musical: Spartan boys sing about Spartan schools, in their High School music
Horrible Histories Terrible Tudors

Jester Will Somers is the only man who can safely break the news of Queen Catherine Howard’s infidelities to Henry VIII

Stupid Deaths: Tudor entertainer
Horrible Histories Savage Stone Age

Preparing for a hunting trip

The Caveman Workout, the low-tech way to get in shape (advertisement)
Horrible Histories Awesome USA

The invention of the telegraph means bad news for Pony Express riders

PR agent Cliff Whiteley: giving advice to Wyatt Earp and Billy the Kid


PICTURES:


SONG:

Horrible Histories Groovy Greeks

“Spartan High School Musical”

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