Series 5 Episode 11

WRITTEN BY:

Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Howard Read, Laurence Rickard, Joe Tucker and Ben Ward


ORIGINAL AIRDATE:

9 July 2013


SKETCHES:

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Horrible Histories Vile Victorians

Historical Crime Squad: DI Bones: The case of the baffling velocipede accident

My Little Pit Pony dolls fit perfectly in their accompanying Coal Mine playset (advertisement, parody of My Little Pony)
Horrible Histories Awful Egyptians

Planning a funeral means it’s all in the many, many details for a hapless husband on “Don’t Tell the Corpse”

It’s fun for the whole literate priesthood only with Hieroglabble (Scrabble parody)
Horrible Histories Rotten Romans

Stupid Deaths: Pliny the Elder

Historical Apprentice: Team Maximus and Team Minimus vie to create and exploit a celebrity gladiator
Horrible Histories Gorgeous Georgians

Salvation is close at hand for the beleaguered settlers of Port Jackson–or is it?

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Horrible Histories Woeful Second World War

Historical Desktops: Neville Chamberlain gauges the reaction to his new European peace settlement

Winston Churchill, Britain’s Wittiest Man, releases his first comedy special on DVD
Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

Great Historical Country Walks: The ‘harrowing of the countryside’ wasn’t as pleasant as it sounds

The fad for French words causes confusion at a dinner party


PICTURES:


SONG:

Horrible Histories Gorgeous Georgians

“Australia” (parody of Kylie Minogue, feat. I Should Be So Lucky and Can’t Get You Out of My Head)

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