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Available Newspapers

List of Newspapers available at Bygone News

Bygone News has a wide selection of well know newspapers, Sunday newspapers and also a collection of regional and specialist newspapers. Below is a list of all the newspapers we have in stock, including the well known papers such as The Times, Daily Telegraph and The Independent.

If you are interested to purchase a newspaper from a specific date, then please have a look at our Newspapers section in our store. Here you can choose what gift package best suits your need, from a Standard Newspaper, Deluxe Gift Box, Personalised Newspaper and much more. Once you have picked the option, then simply select the date that you desire and see what Newspapers are available.

To find out more about the newspapers we have, please call Bygone News on our freephone number 0800 138 0990 or message us via our Contact Us page.

Daily Newspapers


Birmingham Mail

Bristol Evening Post
The Bristol Evening Post was Launched in 1932, covering the whole of Bristol, Northern Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

Bristol Times & Mirror
Local Bristol Newspaper.

British Gazette
The British Gazette newspaper was published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926.

Daily Express
Daily Express was launched on 24th April 1900 by C. Arthur Pearson. First national daily to put news on the front page.

Daily Express – Eire Edition
Daily Express was launched on 24th April 1900 by C. Arthur Pearson. First national daily to put news on the front page.

Daily Express – Ulster Edition
Daily Express was launched on 24th April 1900 by C. Arthur Pearson. First national daily to put news on the front page.

Daily Graphic
Daily Graphic was launched on 4th January 1890, first daily illustrated paper. Absorbed with the Daily Sketch in 1946, then merged with the Daily Mail in 1971.

Daily Herald
Daily Herald launched on 25th January 1911. First newspaper to sell two million copies, renamed to The Sun on 15th September 1964.

Daily Mail
Daily Mail was launched on 4th May 1896 by Alfred Harmsworth, was a broadsheet size until 1st May 1971.

Daily Mirror
Daily Mirror was launched on 2nd November 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth. First daily illustrated exclusively with photographs.

Daily News
The Daily News was launched in 1846, it’s first editor was Charles Dickens, it finally merged with the Daily Chronicle in 1930 and renamed itself the News Chronicle.

Daily Record
The Daily Record was founded in 1985 and is a Scottish tabloid newspaper based in Glasgow.

Daily Sketch
Daily Sketch was launched on 2nd March 1909. Absorbed by its sister paper the Daily Graphic in 1946 then merged with the Daily Mail in 1971.

Daily Star
Daily Star was launched on 2nd November 1978.

Daily Telegraph
Daily Telegraph was launched on 29th June 1855

Financial Times
The Financial Times was launched in 1888.

The Guardian
Manchester Guardian was launched on 5th May 1821 founded by John Edward Taylor, changes title to the Guardian on 24th August 1959, then moved to London in 1961.

Herald Express
Herald Express was launched on 13th July 1925 covering the Tobay area.

Illustrated London News
The Illustrated London News was launched in 1842,the world’s first illustrated weekly newspaper. It was published weekly until 1971.

The Independent
Daily Sketch was launched on 2nd March 1909. Absorbed by its sister paper the Daily Graphic in 1946 then merged with the Daily Mail in 1971.

Irish Daily Mirror
Daily Mirror was launched on 2nd November 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth. First daily illustrated exclusively with photographs.

Leicester Evening Mail

Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Echo

London Evening News
The London Evening News was first published on 14th August 1855.

London Evening Standard
The London Evening Standard was Launched on 11th June 1859.

Melody Maker
Melody Maker was published in 1926 as a magazine targeted at musicians; in 2000 it was merged New Musical Express.

Morning Post
Morning Post was launched in 1772, founded by John Bell. Merged with Daily Telegraph in 1937.

News Chronicle
News Chronicle was launched on 2nd June 1930 by the merger of the Daily News and the Daily Chronicle, then Merged with Daily Mail in 1960.

The News of the World
News of the World was launched on 1st October 1843,founded by John Browne Bell. Ceased 10th July 2011.

Nottingham Evening News

Nottingham Evening Post

Picture Post
Picture Post was launched on 1st October 1938 by Edward Hulton. Weekly news magazine, Pioneering example of photojournalism with features & picture stories on wide range of subjects. Ceased publication in 1957.

The Scotsman
The Scotsman was launched in 1817 based in Edinburgh.

Scottish Daily Express
Daily Express was launched was on 24th April 1900 by C. Arthur Pearson. First national daily to put news on the front page.

Scottish Daily Mail
Daily Mail was launched on 4th May 1896 by Alfred Harmsworth, was a broadsheet size until 1st May 1971.

Scottish Daily Mirror
Daily Mirror was launched on 2nd November 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth. First daily illustrated exclusively with photographs.

The Spectator
The Spectator is a weekly magazine was launched on 6th July 1828. The magazine also has extensive arts pages on books, music, opera, and film and TV reviews.

The (London) Star
The (london) Star was launched on 3rd May 1888 and was a London evening newspaper.It ceased publication in 1960.

The Sun
The Sun was launched on 15th September 1964, formally knowns as the Daily Herald.

The Times
The Times was launched on 1st January 1785, formally known as the Daily Universal Register founded by John Walter I. Britain’s oldest surviving newspaper with continuous daily publication. A Broadsheet newspaper until it changed to compact format in 2004. Please Note The Times pre May 1966 had no images or headlines on the front page.

Today
Today launched on 4th March 1986 by Eddy Shah, first national colour newspaper. Ceased publication on 17th November 1995.

Western Daily Press
The Western Daily Press was launched on 1st June 1858 based in Bristol covering parts of South West England.

Yorkshire Evening News
The Yorkshire Evening News was first Published in 1890.

Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Post

Sunday Newspapers


Empire News
The Empire News was launched in 1884 but called The Umpire based in Manchester. In 1917 it was renamed the Empire News, 1955 it merged with the Sunday Chronicle and then finally merged it into the News of the World in 1960.

Independent on Sunday
Independent on Sunday was launched on 28th January 1990.

Irish Sunday Mirror
Daily Mirror was launched on 2nd November 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth. First daily illustrated exclusively with photographs.

Lloyds Sunday News
Lloyds Sunday News was launched in 1842, but merged with the Sunday Graphic in August 1931.

Mail on Sunday
Mail on Sunday was launched on 2nd May 1982 by Vere Harmsworth.

New York Herald
New York Herald was launched on 6th May 1835. Ceased in 1924.

The News of the World

Reynolds News
The Reynold’s News was launched in 1850, renamed in 1962 to the Sunday Citizen. Ceased in 1967.

Scottish Sunday Express

Scottish Sunday Mirror
Sunday Pictorial was launched on 14th March 1915 by Rothermere and was renamed the Sunday Mirror in 1963.

Sunday Chronicle
The Sunday Chronicle was launched on August 1855 based in Manchester, in 1955 it merged with the Empire News and then finally merged into the News of The World in 1960

Sunday Correspondent
Sunday Correspondent launched on 17th September 1989. Ceased publication 25 November 1990.

Sunday Dispatch
The Sunday Dispatch was launched on 27th September 1801 but it was called the Weekly Dispatch until 1928, ceased in 1961.

Sunday Express
Sunday Express was launched on 29th December 1918 by Lord Beaverbrook.

Sunday Graphic
Sunday Graphic was launched in 1927, formally known as the Sunday Herald. In 1931 it was merged with the Sunday News. It ceased publication on 4 December 1960.

Sunday Mail
The Sunday Mail is a Scottish tabloid newspaper. It is the sister paper of the Daily Record.

Sunday Mirror
Sunday Pictorial was launched on 14th March 1915 by Rothermere and was renamed the Sunday Mirror in 1963.

The Sunday Observer
Sunday Observer was launched on 1st December 1791, oldest surviving Sunday newspaper.

Sunday People
The Sunday People was launched on 16th October 1881 previously known as The People.

Sunday Pictorial
Sunday Pictorial was launched on 14th March 1915 by Lord Rothermere. Became Sunday Mirror in 1963.

Sunday Post
The Sunday Post was launched in 1914 published in Dundee.

Sunday Referee
The Sunday Referee was launched in 1877 known as The Referee, primarily covering sports news till 1939 when it merged with the Sunday Chronicle.

The Sunday Telegraph
Sunday Telegraph was launched on 5th February 1961.

The Sunday Times
Sunday Times was launched on 20th October 1822.

Sunday Today
The Sunday Today is a tabloid newspaper. It is the sister paper of the Today newspaper.

The Times on Sunday (War Edition)
Printed only to report on the War effort.

Welsh Daily Mirror
Daily Mirror was launched on 2nd November 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth. First daily illustrated exclusively with photographs.

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