The Mail on Sunday Newspaper
All of our old newspapers can be further personalised by adding the recipient’s name, the occasion, and a personal greeting on the Certificate of Authenticity, which acts as a guarantee that your copy of the Mail on Sunday is a genuine original newspaper.
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Mail on Sunday Supplements
The Mail on Sunday is distinguished by its award-winning supplement magazines; “You” and “Live”.
“You” magazine was launched on 24th October 1982. It is aimed towards female readers and includes main features written on fashion, beauty and interiors. The magazine also contains regular items on food, health and relationships.
“Live” magazine was originally named “Night and Day”. It was first printed on 10th October 1993 and contained television and radio listings and reviews. The magazine was re-launched under the name “Live” on 12th August 2005. It began to focus more specifically upon male readership, including gadget reviews and motoring features.
In addition to these successful magazines, the Mail on Sunday also publishes two weekly newspaper supplements. “The Mail on Sunday 2” launched on 13th January 2008. It includes the reviews section of the newspaper, in addition to travel, health, puzzles and property features. The second newspaper supplement is called “Football On Sunday” and despite its name, it contains a news round-up on all of the major sports. The “Financial Mail” was a separate newspaper section prior to the redesign, but it is now included in the main section of the newspaper.