Next Episode of Horrible Histories is
Sketches, cartoons and quizzes liberally splattered with blood and gore, based on the books published by Scholastic.
A pirate captain worries about an early bedtime, a soldier from World War I struggles to cook with fake food and the four King Georges form a boyband.
A Stone Age doctor tries to help a modern patient, a whining Pharaoh invents the pyramid and Henry VIII meets his dead friends.
A Roman emperor finds an alternative to candles, an Egyptian tries to save on mummification, and Roundheads and Cavaliers take part in Historical Wife Swap.
The Tudors sing their family history, Bob explains the history of Rome in two minutes, and a mad Victorian gentleman eats King Louis XIV's mummified heart.
A priest makes a piano from live pigs, Emperor Caligula declares war on the sea, and there are some disgusting beauty tips from ancient Egypt.
An evil Greek god guests on a daytime chat show, a rich Georgian swaps his wife with a peasant, and some weird medieval monsters make an appearance.
There is a terrible smell in the Houses of Parliament, and Helen of Troy reveals her complicated love life.
The Saxons exchange disgusting Christmas presents, and a caveman goes on a TV cookery show. Plus discover the bizarre causes of World War I.
A Victorian inspector checks that school is suitably cruel, HHTV News reports live from the Great Plague, and Thumbelina drowns unpleasantly.
HHTV News reports from the Battle of Thermopylae, Celt housewives find uses for severed heads, and the truth about Roman toilets is revealed.
Queen Victoria learns that her British comforts are not British and on 'Axe Factor', contestants try to become executioners.
A Victorian teacher is confused by her pupils' bizarre names and the Romans run out of animals to execute.
A lazy aristocrat invents the sandwich, the Romans host their own revolting cookery show and William Shakespeare is haunted by King Richard III's ghost.
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