|Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 10|
|Season Three, Episode Ten|
|Air date||12 July 2011|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, & Ben Ward|
Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 10 was the 36th episode of Horrible Histories, having first aired on the 12th of July, 2011, on the CBBC.
This episode includes some First World War soldiers trying some very unusual ways to cure frostbite in the winter. Plus, the not-at-all romantic movie starring William the Conqueror, the story of Aztec Emperor Motecuhzoma, & a strange Stuart doctor taking a snooze during the middle of a battle.
Winter in the Trenches Edit
Trying–& failing–to keep warm in the trenches in wintertime.
Wartime improvisation is the order of the day.
Mud & Matilda Edit
The tumultuous love story of William the Conqueror & Matilda of Flanders is retold in “Mud & Matilda”. (A romantic comedy film trailer parody)
Going to a Hospital Edit
A fashionable day out to view the patients in Bedlam
Solomon’s Live (not so very) Long Water (advertisement) Edit
Mercury is the key ingredient in Solomon’s Live (not so very) Long Water.
Danke Magazine Edit
Barbarian fashion tips.
The Fall of Rome Edit
The conquering barbarian hordes find deciding where exactly to begin sacking Rome isn’t as simple as it seems.
William Harvey's Research Edit
William Harvey is willing to go to any lengths to further his anatomical research.
- Main article: The English Civil War Song
The Cavaliers & Roundheads dance off their stories of war.
|Frightful First World War||Smashing Saxons||Gorgeous Georgians||Angry Aztecs||Rotten Romans||Slimy Stuarts|
|Winter in the Trenches||Historical Masterchef||HHTV News||Movie Trailer||Words We Get From History||Going to a Hospital||Advertisement||Scary Stories||Video Game||Danke Magazine||The Fall of Rome||William Harvey's Research||Song|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 3, Episode 10 at Horrible Histories TV