Drunk History Season 3
S03 E01Mar 8, 2017
Q & Sal and Joel Dommett Mar 8, 2017 Brian 'Q' Quinn & Sal Vulcano's tipsy take on a presidential disaster, and Chris O'Dommett's drunken Dambusters. Joe Wilkinson, Joe Thomas & Brett Goldstein also feature.
S03 E02Mar 15, 2017
Murr and Jessica Knappett & Lydia Rose Bewley Mar 15, 2017 James 'Murr' Murray blasts through Billy the Kid with Matt Horne and Mat Baynton.
S03 E03Mar 22, 2017
Russell Kane and Iain Stirling Mar 22, 2017 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.
S03 E04Mar 29, 2017
Kerry Howard and Joe Lycett Mar 29, 2017 Emma Brunton and 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 and Joel Fry.
S03 E05Apr 5, 2017
Luisa Omielan and Tom Rosenthal Apr 5, 2017 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.
S03 E06Apr 12, 2017
Phil Wang and Adam Buxton Apr 12, 2017 Charlotte Crosby and 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.
S03 E07Apr 19, 2017
Tom Parry and Rick Edwards Apr 19, 2017 Jamie Laing and Paul Kaye star in Tom Parry's trollied take on John Logie Baird's big invention, while Stephan Mangan is in the trenches for Rick Edwards' story of the Christmas Truce.
S03 E08Apr 26, 2017
Judi Love and Miles Jupp Apr 26, 2017 Ashley Walters and Mark Benton star in Judi Love's mortal tale of Charles I's downfall. Miles Jupp takes on Operation Mincemeat with Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs as the WW2 heroes.
S03 E09May 3, 2017
Daniel Sloss and Tom Davis May 3, 2017 Keith Allen is William Wallace as a sloshed Daniel Sloss remembers the Battle of Sterling Bridge, while Tommy Davis tells how Shakespeare went gangster starring Mark Heap as the bard.