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Horrible Histories is a British children's sketch comedy television series, part of the children's history franchise of the same name based on the books written by Terry Deary. The show was produced for CBBC by Lion Television with Citrus Television.

The TV show carries over the graphic style and much of the content of the Horrible Histories book series. It maintains the franchise's overall irreverent but accurate focus on the dark, gruesome or scatological aspects of British and other Western world history, spanning from the Stone Age to the post-World War II era. Individual historical eras or civilisations are defined and named as in the books, with sketches from several different time periods combined within a single episode.

In 2011, a spin-off game show, Horrible Histories: Gory Games, was launched on CBBC. In the same year, the original show was repackaged for main channel BBC One as Horrible Histories with Stephen Fry, with Fry replacing the puppet rat as presenter.

Cast[changechange source]

  • Richard Atwill (2016 Specials)
  • Mathew Baynton (Series 1 - 5)
  • Richard David-Caine (2016 Specials - Series 7)
  • Simon Farnaby (Series 1 - 6)
  • Sarah Hadland (Series 1 - 2; 'also starring' in Series 4 - 5, guest starring in Series 6)
  • Jalaal Hartley (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Martha Howe-Douglas (Series 1 - 5)
  • Jim Howick (Series 1 - 6)
  • Samson Kayo (Series 7)
  • Naz Osmanoglu (Series 6)
  • Jessica Ransom (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Adam Riches (Series 6)
  • Laurence Rickard (Series 1 - 5)
  • Ryan Sampson (Series 7)
  • Tom Stourton (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Thom Tuck (2016 Specials)
  • Gemma Whelan (2016 Specials - Series 7)
  • Ben Willbond (Series 1 - 5)

Tedit 3 download terraria. Supporting cast:

  • Lolly Adefope (Series 7)
  • Lisa Devlin (Series 1)
  • Susie Donkin (Series 1 - 5)
  • Louise Ford (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Jalaal Hartley (Series 4)
  • Katherine Jakeways (Series 4 - 6)
  • Lawry Lewin (Series 2 - 6)
  • Jason Lewis (Series 4, 6)
  • Bhavna Limbachia (Series 6)
  • Dan Li (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Alice Lowe (Series 2 - 3, 5)
  • Nathaniel Martello-White (Series 2)
  • James McNicholas (Series 7)
  • Dominique Moore (Series 2 - 2016 Specials)
  • Tom Palmer (Series 7)
  • Javone Prince (Series 1)
  • Steve Punt (Series 1, 5)
  • Jessica Ransom (Series 4 - 5)
  • George Sawyer (Series 1)
  • Rhashan Stone (Series 3)
  • Daniel Lawrence Taylor (Series 2, 2016 Specials)
  • Giles Terera (Series 1 - Series 6)
  • Natalie Walter (Series 6 - 2016 Specials)
  • Katy Wix (Series 1 - 4)
  • Ellie White (Series 7)
  • Sophie Wu (Series 6 - Series 7)

Guest starring:

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  • Chris Addison (Series 4)
  • Rowan Atkinson (Series 6)
  • David Baddiel (Series 2 - 3)
  • Sanjeev Bhaskar (Series 6 - Series 7)
  • Terry Deary (Series 1 - 3, 5)
  • Jermain Defoe (Series 4)
  • Kathryn Drysdale (Series 6)
  • Kevin Eldon (Series 6)
  • Mark Gatiss (Series 4 - 5)
  • Mel Giedroyc (2016 Specials)
  • Tanni Grey-Thompson (Series 3)
  • Miles Jupp (2016 Specials)
  • Amir Khan (Series 4)
  • Ben Miller (Series 6)
  • Al Murray (Series 5)
  • Steve Pemberton (Series 4 - 5)
  • Tom Rosenthal (Series 6)
  • Alexei Sayle (Series 2)
  • Reece Shearsmith (Series 4 - 5)
  • Fred Sirieix (Series 7)
  • Meera Syal (Series 1)
  • Lorna Watson (Series 6)
  • Robert Webb (2016 Specials)

Puppeteer:

  • John Eccelston as Rattus Rattus

Additional Voices:

  • Dave Lamb (Series 2 - 3, 5)

Features[changechange source]

These are the eras and civilizations that feature in the TV series:

  • Savage Stone Age
  • Groovy Greeks
  • Rotten Romans
  • Potty Pioneers
  • Putrid Pirates
  • Slimy Stuarts
  • Smashing Saxons
  • Cut-Throat Celts
  • Terrible Tudors
  • Measly Middle Ages
  • Frightful First World War
  • Woeful Second World War
  • Vile Victorians
  • Vicious Vikings
  • Ruthless Rulers
  • Awful Egyptians
  • Gorgeous Georgians
  • Incredible Incas
  • Awesome USA
  • Savage Songs
  • Angry Aztecs
  • Fabulous French
  • Nasty Knights
  • Wild Warriors
  • Radical Renaissance
  • Shocking Scotland
  • Troublesome 20th Century

Awards and nominations[changechange source]

Horrible Histories received numerous domestic and international awards and nominations, including several BAFTA Children's Awards, two British Comedy Awards and a Rose d'Or Award for Best Children's Programme. It is the first children's programme to win a British Comedy Award[1] and four successive children's BAFTAs, for Best Comedy.[2] In 2013 the show was also named in a Radio Times poll of all-time greatest British children's TV series, and was cited at No. 8 in a similar Top 50 list presented later the same year by Channel Five.[3][4]

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References[changechange source]

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  1. 'Miranda leads winners at British Comedy Awards 2010'. British Comedy Guide. 23 January 2011. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
  2. 'Horrible Histories wins fourth consecutive children's BAFTA'. BBC News Online. 25 November 2013. Retrieved 17 December 2013.
  3. Noah, Sherna (30 July 2013). 'Peppa Pig, Bob the Builder join ranks of top children's TV show'. The Independent. Retrieved 11 December 2013.
  4. Langsworthy, Billy (12 November 2013). 'Channel 5 reveals Greatest Kids TV Shows results'. Licensing.biz. Archived from the original on 22 February 2014. Retrieved 14 February 2014.

Other websites[changechange source]

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  • Horrible Histories on IMDb
  • We're History (available only in the United Kingdom)
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Experience all the foul favourites from the Horrible Histories series including the Terrifying Tudors and the Awful Egyptians to the Measly Middle Ages, and encourages children to really engage with historical subjects in a way that they will thoroughly enjoy. Includes: ‘Woeful Second World War’, ‘Frightful First World War’, ‘Vile Victorians’, ‘Gorgeous Georgians’, ‘Terrifying Tudors’, ‘Measly Middle Ages‘, ‘Vicious Vikings’, ‘Rotten Romans’, ‘Groovy Greeks’ and ‘Awful Egyptians’. Featuring some of the very best from Terry Deary’s Horrible Histories series with illustrations by the incredible Martin Brown, this fantastic set of Horrible Histories Books is a must for any child’s book shelf. This paperback book set measures: 19.7 x 13 x 9.5cm. Scholastic Promotional 1 Jun 2016

The Woeful Second World War PDF

AuthorTerry Deary
Isbn1407173111
File size12.7 MB
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LanguageEnglish
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CategoryHistory