Series 2, Episode 7

WRITTEN BY:

Dave Cohen, Greg Jenner, Giles Pilbrow, Steve Punt, Laurence Rickard, Fay Rusling


ORIGINAL AIRDATE:

15 June 2010


SKETCHES:

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Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

A marauding knight can’t get into a lord’s castle, so attacks the lord’s serfs instead

Imagine spot: Peasant Joan of Arc is confused when an angel announces she’s destined for great things
Horrible Histories Putrid Pirates

(Reluctantly) dressing in women’s clothing and other tricks to lure ships close enough for attack

Ready Steady Feast: Captain Ned Low displays a decided taste for cruelty–if not actual human flesh
Horrible Histories Vile Victorians

Victorian Dragon’s Den: The proposed inventions have an unusual power source in common (parody of Dragon’s Den)

SONG: Victorian Inventions: The Victorians invented a lot more things than you may think they have!
Horrible Histories Smashing Saxons

Words We Get From: The Saxons

New! Saxon Sign of the Cross (advertisement)

Two peasants discuss ergotism in-between the wild flailing
Horrible Histories Slimy Stuarts

HHTV News: Civil War

Bob Hale gives the Civil War Report, while Mike Peabody reports live from the Battle of Marston Moor
Horrible Histories Cut-Throat Celts

Dodgy War Inventions No. 79: Romans try using stilts to cross marshland (animated)

Historical Wife Swap: An upscale Roman couple moves into newly conquered Britain and swaps with a traditional Celtic family


PICTURES:


SONG:

Horrible Histories Vile Victorians

Victorian Inventions

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