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Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 8
Season Three, Episode Eight
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Air date 21 June 2011
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Horrible Histories Series 3, Episode 8 was the 34th Horrible Histories episode and first aired on 21st 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, and the suffragettes setting the record straight in song.

The sketches featured are:

Measly Middle Ages: The Death of William II and Stupid Deaths: Henry I

Fabulous French: HHTV News: French Revolution Mob and Madam Tussaud's Make Show

Smashing Saxons: Kidnapped (2 parts) and Words We Get From The Saxons 2

Terrible Tudors: Historical Head Teachers : Mr Bullen and HHTV Sport: Tudor Horse Racing

Vicious Vikings: Winter Cooking with The Hairy Vikings and Historical Desktops : Stained Glass Windows XP

Potty Pioneers: Suffragettes Song (song)

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