Drunk History. Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Drunk History

Comedy Central comedy in which drunk comedians tell stories. 29 episodes (3 series), 2014 - 2017. Stars Jimmy Carr.

Series 3

Drunk History. Image shows from L to R: Sir Barnes Wallis (Chris O'Dowd), Sir Arthur Harris (Alexander Armstrong), A.R. 'Dick' Collins (Tom Bennett). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Wednesday 8th March 2017

In the first episode Chris O'Dowd and Alexander Armstrong star in Joel Dommett's drunken Dambusters. Plus, watch the Impractical Jokers' tipsy take on a presidential disaster, starring Joe Thomas, Joe Wilkinson and Brett Goldstein.

In-depth Guide

Drunk History. Image shows from L to R: Gilbert Gifford (Joel Fry), Frances Walsingham (Alexander Kirk), Elizabeth's Courtier (Sarah Daykin). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Wednesday 15th March 2017

Michelle Keegan and Joel Fry act out Lydia Rose Bewley and Jess Knappett's tale of royal rivalry (Queen Elizabeth I versus Mary Queen of Scots) and James 'Murr' Murray blasts through Billy the Kid with Mat Horne and Mat Baynton.

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Drunk History. Lady of the Lake (Stephanie Pratt). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Wednesday 22nd March 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.

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Drunk History. Peter Rabbit (Blake Harrison). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Wednesday 29th March 2017

Emma Bunton 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.

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Drunk History. Stephen Mangan. Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Wednesday 5th April 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.

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Drunk History. Isaac Newton (Marek Larwood). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Wednesday 12th April 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 and Alexander Armstrong.

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Drunk History. John Logie Baird (Paul Kaye). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Wednesday 19th April 2017

Jamie Laing and Paul Kaye star in Tom Parry's trollied take on John Logie Baird's big invention, while Stephen Mangan is in the trenches for Rick Edwards' story of the Christmas Truce.


Drunk History. Winston Churchill (John Thomson). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Wednesday 26th April 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.

In-depth Guide

Drunk History. Image shows from L to R: Actor (Jake Canuso), William Shakespeare (Mark Heap). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Keith Allen is William Wallace as a sloshed Daniel Sloss remembers the Battle of Stirling Bridge while Tom Davis tells how Shakespeare went gangster starring Mark Heap as the bard and Sian Gibson as Anne Hathaway.


Series 3 trailer

The third series of the UK version of Drunk History features lots of stars. It's coming soon to Comedy Central.