|Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 4|
|Season Three, Episode Four|
|Air date||2 June 2011|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, Colin Swash, & Ben Ward|
Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 4 was the 30th episode of Horrible Histories, having first aired on the 2nd of June, 2011, on the CBBC.
This episode includes an unusual Stuart highwayman not always stealing cash, a modern detective struggling to solve a series of murders in Emperor Caligula's house, HHTV going undercover to prove allegations of cheating in Middle Ages jousting tournaments, & King George IV meeting his dead relatives.
The Good Highwayman James Hind Edit
Eccentric highwayman James Hind refuses to steal from Royalists.
Charles II's Crowning Gift Edit
Charles II is less than impressed with his coronation gift.
A peasant’s transformation into a nobleman is so good it’s literally illegal.
Leech Collecting Edit
A leech collector inadvertently ends up demonstrating the job to a skeptical pal.
Roman God Body InspectorsEdit
Making sure gladiator casualties were really dead.
During Queen Victoria's reign, how old were the youngest chimney sweeps?
- A: 12
- B: 9
- C: 4
- Main article: Work, Terrible Work!
Cheating in the age of chivalryEdit
Spartan Mr. Brasidas is pleased to learn a student’s been stealing.
True or FalseEdit
In the cold winter, Spartan children were made to sleep outside on beds of thistles.
George IV: Who on Earth Are You?Edit
The newly crowned King takes a genealogist on a most unusual tour of the family tombs (parody of Who Do You Think You Are?).
|Slimy Stuarts||Measly Middle Ages||Rotten Romans||Vile Victorians||Nasty Knights||Groovy Greeks||Gorgeous Georgians|
|The Good Highwayman James Hind||Charles II's Crowning Gift||Historical Fashion Fix||Leech Collecting||Historical Crime Squad||Video Game||Roman God Body Inspectors||Song||HHTV Investigates||Stupid Deaths||Words We Get From History||Historical Head Teachers||George IV: Who on Earth Are You?|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 3, Episode 4 at horrible Histories TV