|Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 3|
|Season Three, Episode Three|
|Air date||1 June 2011|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Steve Punt, Laurence Rickard, George Sawyer, & Ben Ward|
Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 3 was the 29th episode of the Horrible Histories TV series, having first aired on the 1st of June, 2011, on the CBBC.
This episode includes a confused World War I soldier spending his first day in the trenches, William Wallace launching his music career as a rock rebel, Lady Jane Grey winning a frankly terrible competition, & the Welsh women of Fishguard defeating a French invasion without even trying.
First Day in the TrenchesEdit
A naive young recruit tries to learn the ropes.
WWI Wee-Wee, the multi-purpose liquid revolution.
Invasion, Invasion, InvasionEdit
The host inadvertently helps Hengist & Horsa steal Kent from Vortigern (parody of Location, Location, Location).
Treating a fainting victim… with a live sheep & heavy stones.
- Main article: William Wallace, Scottish Rebel
Queen for Nine DaysEdit
The story of Lady Jane Grey, queen for nine days.
The invention of the English MileEdit
Bob Hale’s French Revolution Report.Edit
|Frightful First World War||Smashing Saxons||Slimy Stuarts||Measly Middle Ages||Terrible Tudors||Fabulous French|
|First Day in the Trenches||Shouty Man||Invasion, Invasion, Invasion||Scary Stories||Historical Paramedics||Stupid Deaths||Song||Queen for Nine Days||The invention of the English Mile||HHTV News|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 3, Episode 3 at Horrible Histories TV