|Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 8|
|Season Three, Episode Eight|
|Air date||21 June 2011|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Greg Jenner, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, Joe Tucker, Ben Ward, & Raphael Warner|
Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 8 was the 34th episode of Horrible Histories, having first aired on the 21st of June, 2011, on the CBBC.
This episode includes HHTV reporter Mike Peabody getting caught up in the French Revolution, Henry VIII enjoying a highly dangerous sport for children, Saxon king Ethelred the Unready suffering online bullying from the Vikings, & the Suffragettes setting the record straight in song.
William II's hunting accident Edit
William II meets his death in a mysterious hunting accident.
Mike Peabody reports live from the storming of the Bastille.
Madam Tussaud teaches how to make death masks of the French Revolution's victims.
A lone man embarks on a (not-entirely-)desperate quest to find his stolen wife in “Kidnapped!”. (An historical epic film trailer parody)
Mr. Bullen demands that a student start his schoolday at 4:30 am.
Horse racing with King Henry VIII–& child jockeys.
Winter Cooking with the Hairy VikingsEdit
“Winter Cooking with the Hairy Vikings” always involves a bit of walrus (parody of the Hairy Bikers).
Ethelred the Unready suffers cyberbullying at the hands of Viking raiders.
- Main article: The Suffragettes' Song
The Suffragettes sing about their struggles & extreme measures they go through to get women the right to vote.
|Measly Middle Ages||Fabulous French||Smashing Saxons||Terrible Tudors||Vicious Vikings||Potty Pioneers|
|William II's hunting accident||Stupid Deaths||HHTV News||Madam Tussaud’s Make Show||Movie Trailer||Words We Get From History||Historical Head Teachers||HHTV Sports||Winter Cooking with the Hairy Vikings||Historical Desktops||Song|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 3, Episode 8 at Horrible Histories TV