Top UK comedians relate their favourite historical stories while getting absolutely bladdered on a mixture of beers, wines and spirits. Their slurred versions of history are then acted out, word for word, by a host of well-known actors, celebrities and comedians including Johnny Vegas, Russell Kane, Joe Lycett, Rob Beckett, Alex Horne and James Acaster. Luckily, Jimmy Carr is on voice-over duties to restore some order if the drinking sessions get out of hand.
The story of Sir Walter Raleigh, starring Jack Whitehall and Michelle Keegan, and a tale about Robin Hood and Maid Marian, with Mathew Baynton and Emma Bunton.
Iain Stirling slurs his way through Scott of the Antarctic (featuring Mathew Horne and Catherine Tate), whilst Chris Ramsey talks the sinking of the Titanic (featuring Phill Jupitus).
Isy Suttie relays the story of Prince Edward and Mrs Wallis Simpson (featuring Greg James and Sophie McShera); Ed Gamble stumbles through a version of The Great Escape (featuring Jamie Laing).
Tom Rosenthal talks about Richard III (featuring Hugh Dennis), while a sloshed Jessica Knappett tells the story of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (featuring Vicky Pattison and Mathew Baynton).
Charlotte Ritchie reveals the truth behind The Cottingley Fairies (stars Catherine Tate and Mathew Horne), and Nish Kumar talks about the Invention of the Telephone (featuring Anthony Head).
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 (stars Simon Bird and Dustin Demri Burns), whilst an inebriated Josie Long narrates the tale of Dr Crippen (stars Olivia Colman).
Elis James & John Robins discuss the Battle of Waterloo (stars Vicky Pattison and Hugh Dennis), and Tom Parry tells us about Arthur Conan Doyle becoming sherlock (stars Bradley Walsh).
Nick Helm and Sara Pascoe narrate boozy tales about the Battle of Hastings (starring Phil Jupitus and Jordan Stephens) & Catherine Parr (starring Emma Bunton and Neil Maskell)