Horrible Histories presents our guide to Ancient Civilizations, featuring new sketches about Alexander the Great's first kiss, Emperor Nero's greatest hits, and how do ...
Historical sketch show. A Celtic farmer isn't terribly keen on plans for Hadrian's Wall, and the brainy pioneers of transportation sing about their inventions.
Chop, chop, it's the Horrible Histories' Terrible Tudors Special, with everything you need to know about history's most famous family. Featuring a never-before-se ...
Historical sketch show. The Vikings launch an advert, Queen Elizabeth I surprises her court with some very odd laws and the Aztec priests sing their gruesome disco song.
HHTV reporter Mike Peabody gets caught up in the French Revolution, Henry VIII enjoys a highly dangerous sport for children, Saxon king Ethelred the Unready suffers online bully ...
Historical sketch show. Robert Walpole struggles to talk to England's German king and a Scottish sportsman attacks dead cows in the Highland Games.
Historical sketch show. Roman emperor Caesar Augustus reveals the lazy secret of his success, and TV's most excitable reporter, Bob Hale, explains the very complex history ...
Historical sketch show. 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.
Historical sketch show. A Welsh prince from the Middle Ages has a very stupid death, and Queen Cleopatra sings about her femme fatale reputation.
Historical sketch show. A modern detective tries to solve a series of murders in Emperor Caligula's house, King George IV meets his dead relatives and other historical high ...
Historical sketch show. Queen Elizabeth I goes online dating, Greek philosopher Socrates foils his own rescue from prison, and Emicho of the Rhineland goes crusading.
Historical sketch show. A confused World War I soldier spends his first day in the trenches and the Welsh women of Fishguard defeat a French invasion without even trying.
Historical sketch show. Some medieval knights discover the most disgusting way to attack a castle and a Georgian goes shopping in a modern pet shop.
Historical sketch show. Including an annoying French prankster from the Middle Ages, and what happens when Queen Elizabeth I needs the toilet.
Historical sketch show. A compilation of songs from the series, featuring Spartan High School Musical, the Viking Rock Band and the Victorian Inventions song.
Historical sketch show. How to paint like a caveman, World War II codebreakers forget their own code, and Henry VIII challenges the King of France to a smackdown!
Historical sketch show. 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.
Historical sketch show. Some of history's greatest characters serenade us with tales of their lives. Featuring the all-conquering Alexander the Great.
Historical sketch show. Dick Whittington pitches a movie about his life, and some German bomber pilots find an unfortunate use for a tourist guidebook to Britain.
Historical sketch show. The people of Strasbourg are afflicted with 'dance fever' and HHTV presenter Fearne Polyester reports from a bizarre Greek festival.
Historical sketch show. A pirate chef disgusts the judges of Historical Masterchef and a stone age inventor appears on Dragons' Den.
Historical sketch show. First World War soldiers try some unusual ways to cure frostbite in the winter. Also, the not-at-all romantic movie starring William the Conqueror.
Historical sketch show. Dr Culpeper invites us all to his highly unhealthy health spa, a Crusader knight competes on Historical MasterChef.
Historical sketch show. A Saxon joins a modern dating agency, and there is a surprise in store for the people on Victorian Wife Swap.
Historical sketch show. The Saxon gods form an unlikely team of superheroes and Rosa Parks sings about her struggle for equality.
Historical sketch show. Featuring the rather eccentric Georgian philosopher Jeremy Bentham and super-rich Roman politician Crassus, who raps about his blinging lifestyle.
Historical sketch show. 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.
All the top sporting action from the past, including Emperor Nero and Jesse Owens singing the history of the Olympics.
Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus guide viewers through the horrible history of 1914-18. Featuring the soldiers, civilians, suffragettes and even kings who were caught up in the fighting.
A look at the deadliest dynasties and how they came to, and then held on to, power. Witness Aggrippina's deadly recipes for success and Napoleon's needy sister, how th ...
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.
Horrible Histories presents a collection of some of history's finest songs, as Rattus attempts to put together his own festival (the delightfully named Glastonsmelly). From ...
Historical sketch show. King Edward III gets married in a building site, while Julius Caesar reveals his not very secret tips on hiding baldness.
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 ...
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.
Historical sketch show. Saxon king Ethelred the Unready suffers online bullying from the Vikings and the suffragettes set the record straight in song.
Historical sketch show. Henry VIII promotes his all meat, no vegetables diet plan, and Admiral Nelson confuses everyone with his last words.
Historical sketch show. There is a right royal squabble over who should rule medieval England.
Historical sketch show. Mighty Egyptian Pharaoh, Ramesses II, meets some smelly peasants on Historical Wife Swap.
Historical sketch show. Queen Victoria's coronation doesn't go quite as planned, while George IV pulls out all the stops to impress his guests on Historical Come Dine ...
Historical sketch show. Prime Ministers Neville Chamberlain and Winston Churchill argue online over what to do about Adolf Hitler.