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Ridiculous Romance is an episode special in the Horrible Histories TV series, having Dating in Darkness, Elizabeth I's Portrait, Movie Trailer, My Middle Ages . Horrible Histories is a children's live-action historical and musical sketch-comedy TV series .. Terrible Tudors: Elizabeth I is picky about her portrait. "Historical . Awful Egyptians: Video game: The Real Tomb Raider. . Historical Desktops: Henry VIII surfs dating services and winds up starting the English Reformation online. Elizabeth is on the hunt for the perfect partner, will she find the one in the Historical First Dates restaurant?.
The story of the Gunpowder Plot as action movie "Fawkes' 13" movie trailer. Charles I 's unusual punishments for government critics. Woeful Second World War: The Durham Home Guard branch do more damage to themselves than to the enemy. Attempting to navigate by following but not necessarily feeding a raven.
King of Bling" rap music parody, feat. My Name Is by Eminem. Captain Basil Hood quickly regrets stealing a herd of seasick cows. The ship's carpenter steps in to perform an amputation.
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Magician Jasper Maskelyne helps the Allies hide military installations. Wrapping children in brown paper for warmth leads to a postal mix-up.
The Oracle of Delphi predicts Aeschylus ' death. Oliver Cromwell bans Christmas celebrations--among many other things. Cleopatra courts Mark Antony via social network. Ex-slave Bill Richmond revolutionises boxing. Parents tour a boarding school during a violent pupil rebellion. Get Me out of Here! Emperor Nero's marital woes are featured in "Love You to Death" movie trailer. Profiling celebrity gladiator Spiculus. The "Historical Paramedics" try reviving an unconscious patient with treacle and wee.
Sending a student off to school. Preparing for a hunting trip. The Caveman Workout, the low-tech way to get in shape advertisement. The invention of the telegraph means bad news for Pony Express riders. Legendary Admiral Horatio Nelson turns out to be a trifle less than physically impressive. The public execution of escape artist Jack Sheppard.
A European physician and Arabian healer special guest star Alexei Sayle clash over treatment philosophies. Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford. A con-artist sells tapeworm traps. Pioneering epidemologist John Snow refuses to endorse the 'health benefits' of New! Live from the Siege of Troy -- Paris vs Achilles. Dodgy War Machines No. Winston Churchill plans D-Day late into the night, much to the dismay of his secretary and a general.
Couldn't Stand My Wife" pop ballad parody. Lyrics by Laurence Rickard. Performed by Jim Howick with Lawry Lewin. A new recruit is baffled by what his Captain considers treasure. An Incan child gets some offbeat birthday presents. The Real Tomb Raider. Prince Regent George IV has an unexpectedly good reaction to some bad news--not so much to the news that his corset 's no longer working.
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Bob Hale's Crusades Report. Agent Moses helps smuggle plantation slaves past their master to freedom.
How to behave at a Roman dinner party parody of an educational film. On the run from the cure, the King pauses to plant a beef loin. Emperor Elagabalus' Romo Lottery Millions--with luck, your prize won't be poisonous. Paranoid Emperor Tiberius is suspicious of a Capresi peasant bearing gifts. A farmer hasn't quite thought through his latest attempt to ward off ghosts. Suggestions for coping with famine. Dodgy War Tactics No. Battle of the Crater animated.
Trepanadolthe surefire headache cure. Schoolchildren forced to learn by rote turn the tables on their teacher.
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Performed by Ben Willbond and Alice Lowe. A marauding knight can't get into a lord's castle, so attacks the lord's serfs instead. Peasant Joan of Arc is confused when an angel announces she's destined for great things. A gong farmer tries to convince his son to follow in his footsteps—Series 3 Episode 1 The invention of the English mile—Series 3 Episode 3 Special footwear helped women keep dry in muddy streets—but looking where they were going helped even more animated —Series 3 Episode 5 The latest peasant to have a makeover is unappreciative of his noble transformation—Series 3 Episode 5 Tudors—Series 3 Episode 6 Mr Bullen—Series 3 Episode 8 A foreign traveller has difficulty grasping pre-decimal British coinage—Series 3 Episode 9 The not-quite-love story of Phillip and Mary—Series 3 Episode 11 Archery accidents—Series 4 Episode 1 Cash in the Abbey—Series 4 Episode 2 William Shakespeare is called out by a tavern drunk and ends up in a battle of insults—Series 4 Episode 5 Tudor—Series 4 Episode 8 A spelling bee in the age of non-formalised spelling—Series 4 Episode 11 Meaty Meals—Series 4 Episode 12 Tudor Wildlife Magazine—Series 5 Episode 5 Hans Steininger—Series 5 Episode 5 Who on Earth Are You?
Diane de Poitiers—Series 5 Episode 8 Lord Stanley literally waits to the last minute to decide who to fight for at the Battle of Bosworth Field—Series 5 Episode 9 Real Tudor Hustle—Series 5 Episode 10 A forehead brand for perjury proves hard to explain during a job interview—Series 5 Episode 10 Large ruffs worn by men meeting in public cause them problems—Series 6 Episode 4 The Great Tudor Bake Off: A businessman uses one of the first flushing toilets, which is still in need of a few minor improvements—Series 6 Episode 4 Brian meets Tycho Brahe—Series 6 Episode 4