Next Episode of Horrible Histories is
Season 8 / Episode 7 and airs on 28 August 2017 17:20
Sketches, cartoons and quizzes liberally splattered with blood and gore, based on the books published by Scholastic.
Dick Whittington pitches a movie about his life, and some German bomber pilots find an unfortunate use for a tourist guidebook to Britain.
Henry VIII appears on a TV show hoping to raise money from his antique abbeys. Also, Charles Darwin sings about his theory of natural selection.
Queen Elizabeth I goes online dating, Greek philosopher Socrates foils his own rescue from prison, and Emicho of the Rhineland goes crusading.
HHTV's war reporter Mike Peabody regrets his decision to cover the Norman Siege of Palermo, and the Pilgrim Fathers rap about Jamestown in America.
People from the Bronze Age argue about building the world's first city and Bob Hale explains the entire history of the Renaissance.
A confused Christopher Columbus declares he has found India, and a Georgian woman reveals her very stupid death.
Emperor Napoleon plays in a very unusual chess match and a Victorian inventor builds an anti-seasickness ship with one small design flaw.
Emperor Nero visits the victims of the Great Fire of Rome and some Crusaders attend a training course on how to fight weird monsters.
King Edward III gets married in a building site, while Julius Caesar reveals his not-very-secret tips on hiding baldness.
A Saxon joins a modern dating agency, and there is a surprise in store for the people on Victorian Wife Swap.
Dr Culpeper invites us all to his highly unhealthy health spa and a Crusader knight competes on Historical MasterChef.
A Victorian woman books a ticket on a very odd railway, and a modern patient is (mis)treated by a Roman dentist.
In a special musical episode of the award-winning Horrible Histories, host Rattus Rattus chooses his favourite songs to entertain his young nephew.
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