Horrible Histories

July 2019

Series 8: 7. Moon Mayhem

4.0 0 x
Dara O Briain joins Rattus for a show marking the 1969 moon landings. The first use of rocket power, the Space Race, and poo floating in the Apollo 10 cockpit - it’s all here!

Series 8: 6. Bizarre Beasts

3.0 0 x
The history of our relationship with animals - Charles Darwin presents Yummy Planet, Elizabeth I’s menagerie has some 'lion trouble', and farting fish almost start a nuclear war.

Series 8: 5. Fearsome Families

4.0 0 x
Queen Victoria lovingly forces several of her children to go on historical first dates, Leopold Mozart retires his 18-year-old daughter aged 18, and the Brontes sing about sisterhood.
June 2019

Series 8: 4. Mind Your Manners

2.5 3 x
Fred Sirieix guides Rattus through the Horrible History of Manners, including the benefits of not holding farts in and Puritan dating,. And Jane Austen visits Historical Love Island.

Series 8: 3. Chaotic Collabs

3.0 0 x
History tells of great minds coming together to achieve great things. It also tells of idiots combining to make an unholy mess. HH looks at some of the best and worst collaborations!

Series 8: 2. Fashion Faux Pas

3.0 2 x
The Horrible History of (sometimes literally) dressing to kill. Henry VIII has beef over whose armour is best and Louis XV dresses as a hedge.

Series 8: 1. Queen Vic's Home Vids

3.0 9 x
Featuring Victorian fake news, paparazzi, and camera men strapped to the front of moving trains, Queen Victoria shows you how her subjects invented and became obsessed with films!
April 2019
28:00

January 24, 2018

4.0 0 x
Quirky quizzes and gory games. Melissa, Ella and Ashley battle it out to win Year Spheres in games, including Savage Seige and Gong Farming.
30:00

June 12, 2016

3.0 1 x
Historical sketch show. There is public confusion when King Charles II bans coffee shops, and Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses II meets some smelly peasants on Historical Wife Swap.
28:00

January 23, 2018

4.0 0 x
Quirky quizzes and gory games. Rattus pitches a disgusting new show idea to Dave, while Affan, John Oscar and Elisabeth compete to win Year Spheres.
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