Series 3 Episode 6

WRITTEN BY:

Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard and Ben Ward


ORIGINAL AIRDATE:

7 June 2011


SKETCHES:

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Horrible Histories Terrible Tudors

Henry VIII unveils his patented all-you-can-meat Tudor diet plan

Historical Paramedics: An asthma victim is tried to be cured with buttered spiders
Horrible Histories Cut-Throat Celts

Horrible Points of View: Taking questions and comments–also severed heads–from the era’s viewer mailbag

Historical Pet Shop: Odd superstitions surrounding dogs
Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

HHTV News: Bob Hale’s War of the Roses Report

SONG: The Truth About Richard III: Richard the Third was a mean old murderous monster-or was he?
Horrible Histories Angry Aztecs

Aztec Come Dine With Me: The annual days of maize and beans have a rather anti-social side effect
Horrible Histories Savage Stone Age

A man tries to convince his skeptical hunter friend that settling down on a farm is the wave of the future

Shouty Man: New! Multi-Purpose String
Horrible Histories Gorgeious Georgians

The controversial final moments of Admiral Nelson, and then the unusual preservation method used on his body

Stupid Deaths: Countess of Coventry


SONG:

The Truth About Richard III


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2 thoughts on “Series 3 Episode 6

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