Drunk History UK
Charlotte Ritchie reveals the truth behind the Cottingley Fairies, and Nish Kumar talks about the invention of the telephone.
Joe Lycett and Ellie Taylor get drunk before telling the stories of the Battle of Trafalgar (starring Anthony Head and Alex Macqueen) and the Virgin Queen (starring Sarah Alexander).
Matt Richardson takes us back to World War II, while an inebriated Josie Long narrates the tale of Dr Crippen.
Elis James and John Robins discuss the Battle of Waterloo, and Tom Parry tells us about Arthur Conan Doyle becoming Sherlock.
Nick Helm and Sara Pascoe narrate boozy tales about the Battle of Hastings and Catherine Parr.
Brian 'Q' Quinn & Sal Vulcano's tipsy take on a presidential disaster, and Chris O'Dowd stars in Joel Dommett's drunken Dambusters. Joe Wilkinson, Joe Thomas & Brett Goldstein also feature. (S3, E01)
James 'Murr' Murray blasts through Billy the Kid with Mat Horne & Mat Baynton, while Michelle Keegan & Joel Fry act out Jessica Knappett & Lydia Rose Bewley's tale of royal rivalry. (S3, E02)
Russell Kane's legend of King Arthur features Stephanie Pratt as a unique Lady of the Lake, and Iain Stirling's sloshed take on Chariots of Fire sprinter Eric Liddell stars Tom Rosenthal.
Emma Bunton & Blake Harrison forge a unique bond in Kerry Howard's sozzled story of Beatrix Potter. Joe Lycett slurs through the Great Train Robbery starring Simon Bird & Joel Fry. (S3, E04)
Jessica Hynes stars as Emmeline Pankhurst in Luisa Omielan's hammered history of the suffragettes, while Stephen Mangan is Henry V in Tom Rosenthal's trollied tale of Agincourt.
Charlotte Crosby & Matthew Lewis star in Phil Wang's take on Isaac Newton's rise to fame. Adam Buxton's story of King Alfred and the Vikings features Blake Harrison & Alexander Armstrong. (S3, E06)
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