Psychobitches. Therapist (Rebecca Front). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.


Sky Arts sketch show about women from history. 12 episodes (pilot + 2 series), 2012 - 2014. Stars Julia Davis, Rebecca Front, Sharon Horgan, Samantha Spiro and others.

Series 2

Psychobitches. Image shows from L to R: Nancy Mitford (Sophie Ellis-Bextor), Jessica Mitford (Samantha Spiro), Unity Mitford (Sharon Horgan). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Tuesday 25th November 2014

Rebecca Front returns as the long-suffering psychiatrist holding therapy sessions with some of history's most iconic women.

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Psychobitches. Bo Peep (Morgana Robinson). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Tuesday 25th November 2014

Jack Whitehall and Sheridan Smith are among the all-star cast undertaking therapy as some of history's most iconic figures, including Sleeping Beauty and Anne Boleyn.


Psychobitches. Mrs Noah (Mark Benton). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Tuesday 2nd December 2014

Featuring appearances from Lucille Ball, Bonnie Parker, Mrs Noah, Pocahontas and Mary Magdalene.

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Psychobitches. Nefertiti (Zawe Ashton). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Tuesday 9th December 2014

Featuring appearances from Lucrezia Borgia, Nefertiti, Gertrude Jekyll, Lady Godiva, Wallis Simpson, Marie Antoinette and more.

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Psychobitches. Florence Nightingale (Michelle Gomez). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Tuesday 16th December 2014

This week's sketches feature Jack Whitehall as a disgruntled Maria von Trapp, Frances Barber as two-faced sideshow hermaphrodite Josephine Joseph and Katy Brand as dancing tour de force Isadora Duncan.

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Psychobitches. Image shows from L to R: Barbara Cartland (Frances Barber), Fanny Craddock (Seb Cardinal). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Tuesday 23rd December 2014

In the final episode of the series, Richard E Grant makes a startling appearance as Witchfinder General Matthew Hopkins.

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