Extraordinary royal war injuries, including Richard the Lionheart, hit by a crossbow bolt, and Henry V, critically wounded by an arrow to his skull. Series investigating how royal doctors and medicine have changed the course of British history - from madness to war wounds, decadence to the struggles to conceive an heir. The series recounts the fates of Richard the Lionheart and Henry V on the battlefield; examines Britain's most famously mad king, George III, and investigates the stories of Queen Victoria's clinical depression and Henry VI's acute schizophrenia. The film also examines how Royal misbehaviour changed the image of the monarchy - from Henry VIII's overeating and lack of exercise to Charles II's death at the hands of his own doctors and George IV's opium-fuelled reign.