|Horrible Histories - Series 4, Episode 2|
|Season Four, Episode Two|
|Air date||10 April 2012|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Ali Crockatt, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, David Scott, George Sawyer, & Ben Ward|
Horrible Histories - Series 4, Episode 2 was the 41st episode of Horrible Histories, the second of Series 4. It first aired on the 10th of April 2012, on the CBBC.
This episode includes Henry VIII appearing on a TV show hoping to raise money from his antique abbeys, Charles Darwin singing about his theory of Natural Selection, & a pirate captain aiming to be Lord Sugar's next Historical Apprentice.
Victoria & Albert’s Photo Love StoryEdit
Martin Luther's OfficeEdit
Martin Luther’s obsession with his own effluent makes a visit to his office distinctly awkward.
Cash in the AbbeyEdit
Protestants & Catholics alike are up for a rousing game of "Hide & Priest".
- Main article: Natural Selection
Team Pirate & Team Merchant vie to move cargo overseas (featuring special guest Chris Addison).
What was unusual about Black Bart?
- A: He liked to dress up in ladies' skirts
- B: He refused to fight on Sundays
- C: He had a pet albatross
Attempting to foil German Railway SpiesEdit
An attempt to foil German railway spies creates unexpected problems for the British passengers.
Petrol Rationing (Animation)Edit
Finding unique ways to cope with petrol rationing.
Features Nell Gwynn, the first actress to perform on stage. Superstars of the Stuart Stage!
Dining with Charles II in front of the poorEdit
An ambassador learns the hard way just how literally Charles II dines in public.
|Vile Victorians||Terrible Tudors||Savage Stone Age||Putrid Pirates||Woeful Second World War||Slimy Stuarts|
Victoria & Albert’s Photo Love Story
|Martin Luther's Office||Cash in the Abbey||Advertisement||HHTV News||Song||Historical Apprentice||Attempting to foil German Railway Spies||Animation||Oh Yea! Magazine||Dining with Charles II|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)||x|
- Series 4, Episode 2 at Horrible Histories TV