The Sunday Mirror Newspaper
Your newspaper gift 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 Sunday Mirror is a genuine original newspaper.
Historic Newspapers have the UK’s largest archive of the Sunday Mirror, stretching back over one hundred years. To see the newspaper titles we have for your chosen special day, simply select the date in the box below.
The Sunday Mirror Supplements
A colour magazine was first provided with the Sunday Mirror on 19th June 1988, following the newspaper’s re-launch in full colour. It originally appeared as a monthly magazine, but was printed weekly from 4th September 1988. It was called “The Sunday Mirror Magazine” and contained features, interviews, recipes, fashion, beauty advice and a cartoon and puzzles page. “The Sunday Mirror Magazine” was replaced by “Personal” magazine on 8th September 1996, with a greater emphasis on health and relationships. The television listings section of the newspaper was merged into the “Personal” supplement on 4th January 1998.
The last edition of “Personal” was printed on 14th April 2002. It was replaced by the “M Celebs” magazine one week later, which had an increased number of pages and contained features with a greater focus on celebrities. On 23rd May 2004, the magazine was re-branded “Celebs on Sunday” and was expanded to include real life stories.
A second magazine was added to the Sunday Mirror on 11th January 2004 with the launch of “Homes and Holidays”. This magazine contained travel and property features and replaced an earlier newspaper supplement called “Holidays”.
In addition to the “Celebs on Sunday” and “Homes and Holiday” magazines, the Sunday Mirror currently includes a football newspaper supplement called “Premplus”. This sports section is published every week during the football season.