Historical sketch show. Henry VIII promotes his all meat, no vegetables diet plan, and Admiral Nelson confuses everyone with his last words.Source: CBBC
Series 4 - Episode 9
Historical sketch show. King Edward III gets married in a building site, while Julius Caesar reveals his not very secret tips on hiding baldness.
Series 7: 2. Exceptional Explorers
Series 4: Episode 13
Series 4 - Episode 12
Historical sketch show. A Victorian woman books a ticket on a very odd railway, and a modern patient is (mis)treated by a Roman dentist.
Series 7: 9. Revolting Russian Revolutions
Series 4 - Episode 11
Historical sketch show. Dr Culpeper invites us all to his highly unhealthy health spa, a Crusader knight competes on Historical MasterChef.
Series 4 - Episode 10
Historical sketch show. A Saxon joins a modern dating agency, and there is a surprise in store for the people on Victorian Wife Swap.
Series 1: Episode 3
Series 4 - Episode 8
Historical sketch show. Emperor Nero visits the victims of the Great Fire of Rome and some Crusaders attend a training course on how to fight weird monsters.
Series 4: Episode 7
Specials: 3. The Grisly Great Fire Of London
Series 6: 6. Horrid Henry Viii Special
Series 7: 11. Formidable Florence Nightingale
Horrible Histories pays tribute to Formidable Florence Nightingale, The Lady with the Lamp (just don't let Florence hear you calling her that!) The programme charts how Flo ...
Series 5 - Episode 11
Historical sketch show. Prime Ministers Neville Chamberlain and Winston Churchill argue online over what to do about Adolf Hitler.
Series 3 - Episode 1
Historical sketch show. Including an annoying French prankster from the Middle Ages, and what happens when Queen Elizabeth I needs the toilet.
Series 6: 4. Mardy Mary Queen Of Scots Special
Series 3 - Episode 5
Historical sketch show. A Welsh prince from the Middle Ages has a very stupid death, and Queen Cleopatra sings about her femme fatale reputation.
Series 5 - Episode 10
Historical sketch show. There is a right royal squabble over who should rule medieval England.