The ISIHAC
Historical Headlines Page

Last Updated
27 Jul 2008

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds includes suggestions of how various newspapers & magazines may have reported certain historical happenings. Here are some of the teams' suggestions, along with some of my suggestions. If you have any ideas you would like included, please e-mail me here, and I will add the best ones (with full credit to you of course)


Events:

Adam & Eve expelled from the Garden of Eden Captain Cook discovers Australia
Charles I Executed Cinderella
Custer's Last Stand Darwin Publishes 'The Origin Of Species'
David slays Goliath Henry VIII's Sixth Marriage, to Catherine Parr
Isaac Newton discovers Gravity James Watt invents a new steam engine
Joan of Arc burns at the stake Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain
King Arthur creates the Knights of the Round Table King Harold loses at the battle of Hastings
King Henry VIII splits with Rome Lady Godiva
Macbeth Moses parts the Red Sea
Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo Nelson's Victory at Trafalgar
Noah builds the Ark Oedipus Rex blinds himself after marrying his mother, Jocasta
Richard III & the Princes in the Tower Richard III Crowned King after Princes Murdered in Tower
Robert the Bruce defeats the English at Bannockburn Robin Hood wins Nottingham Archery Contest
Sodom & Gomorrah Stephenson's Rocket runs from Stockton to Darlington
The 100 Years' War The Assassination of Julius Caesar
The Birth of Jesus Christ The Charge of The Light Brigade
The Creation The Death of Samson
The Druids build Stonehenge The Feeding of the Five Thousand
The first Christians are fed to the lions The French Revolution
The Gadarene Swine The Great Fire of London
The Great Pyramid of Cheops is built in Giza in Egypt The Gunpowder Plot
The invasion of the Spanish Armada The regrettable demise of Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor
The Romans build Hadrian's Wall The Sack of Troy
The Ten Commandments The Three Wise Men follow the star to Bethlehem
The unfortunate demise of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark The Walls of Jericho
Theseus Kills the Minotaur Victorian Headlines
Walter Raleigh presents tobacco & potatoes at the court of Queen Elizabeth William Caxton invents the Printing Press
William Tell shooting the Apple


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Adam & Eve expelled from the Garden of Eden

It's Eviction for the Neighbours from Heaven

The Express

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Adam Invents Loose-leaf System

Bookbinder's Weekly

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

There's only two of us...Who's printing Newspapers?

The Globe

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Now We're In Business!

Tailor & Cutter

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Will Carling Not Involved says Max Clifford

The Independent

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998
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Captain Cook discovers Australia

First Yorkshire Captain To Visit Australia

Yorkshire Post

London
04 Dec 1993

20 Things You Didn't Know About Australia
1. That it existed
2. Where it was
3. Why

The Sun

London
04 Dec 1993

Captain Cook Opens Trading Route To Import Soaps

Financial Times

London
04 Dec 1993

Aborigine Discovers Captain Cook. 'Oh what a whinger' says Chief Rolf Harris Oolagong

Ayres Rock Times

London
04 Dec 1993

Captain Cook Wouldn't Give a XXXX For Anything

Brewer's Gazette

London
04 Dec 1993

Captain Cook Exchanges String of Beads & Convicts for Clive James

Daily Express

London
04 Dec 1993
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Charles I Executed

Giant Hat Sale At Palace

Fashion Weekly

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Kings Head Relocated

Brewer's Weekly

Islington
06 Dec 1997

For Sale - One black curly wig, slightly frayed at edges

Exchange & Mart

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Spot The Head & Win A Teletubby

Daily Mirror Competition

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Results of 'Name That Breed' Competition

Spaniel News

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Yesterday's headline 'Ring Road Cleared For Roundabout' should have read 'King Road Cleared For Roundheads'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Chopped Chuck Special

U.S. Master Butchers Monthly

Islington
06 Dec 1997

Gotcha, Majesty

The Sun

Islington
06 Dec 1997
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Cinderella

Prince raps Monstrous Carbuncle on the face of much-loved ugly sister

The Independent

 
11 Feb 1989

Unveiled: Sinclair's new mouse-powered C6

The Independent

 
11 Feb 1989

Ugly Sisters abseil into House of Commons

Daily Telegraph

 
11 Feb 1989

Dandini's kiss & tell memoirs

The Star

 
11 Feb 1989

Prince Charming in sex change horror! Is that a foot?

The People

 
11 Feb 1989

'My husband has been turned into a footman' says lizard

Sunday Sport

 
11 Feb 1989

Baron Hardup blackballed from Wigmore Club

Tatler

 
11 Feb 1989

Prince raps Monstrous Carbuncle on the face of much-loved ugly sister

The Independent

 
22 Jan 1990

Unveiled: Sinclair's new mouse-powered C6

The Independent

 
22 Jan 1990

Ugly Sisters abseil into House of Commons

Daily Telegraph

 
22 Jan 1990

Dandini's kiss & tell memoirs

The Star

 
22 Jan 1990

Prince Charming in sex change horror! Is that a foot?

The People

 
22 Jan 1990

'My husband has been turned into a footman' says lizard

Sunday Sport

 
22 Jan 1990

Baron Hardup blackballed from Wigmore Club

Tatler

 
22 Jan 1990
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Custer's Last Stand

Custer's Last Stand Amazes Coroner

British Medical Journal

 
13 Jul 1991

Eighth cavalry move up in charts

Melody Maker

 
13 Jul 1991

Custer's transfer to Inter-Milan in doubt

The Express

 
13 Jul 1991

Mother Of All Battles - This report smoked under Sioux security blanket

 

 
13 Jul 1991

Stop This Cruel Trade In Feathers

Bird Breeder's Weekly

 
13 Jul 1991

Stormin' George Blames Lack Of Air Support

Daily Telegraph

 
13 Jul 1991
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Darwin Publishes 'The Origin Of Species'

Darwin's Findings Offensive

Monkey News

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Did Our Ancestors Come Down From The Trees? see Paul Johnson on page 14

Daily Mail

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Oh Bugger!

Catholic Herald

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Yesterday's headline "Bishops Tickle Darwin's Monkey Theory" should have read "Bishops Tackle Darwin's Donkey, Terry"

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Darwin's Findings Offensive

Monkey News

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Did Our Ancestors Come Down From The Trees? see Paul Johnson on page 14

Daily Mail

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Oh Bugger!

Catholic Herald

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Yesterday's headline "Bishops Tickle Darwin's Monkey Theory" should have read "Bishops Tackle Darwin's Donkey, Terry"

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008
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David slays Goliath

'I Was Stoned' admits Philistine Heavyweight

The Star

 
13 Jul 1991

Isreal Has The Sling

Janes' Arms & Armour

 
13 Jul 1991

David Slaps Goliath

The Guardian

 
13 Jul 1991

Bruno Lined Up For The Autumn

The Ring

 
13 Jul 1991

Little & Large Summer Special

Radio Times

 
13 Jul 1991

Ex-shepherd reveals he practised technique on sheep

Daily Telegraph

 
13 Jul 1991

Little David Head-Banging Rock Sensation

Melody Maker

 
13 Jul 1991

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY!!

The Sun

 
13 Jul 1991

Goliath Slays David

Daily Express

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

"I was first in after the stone" writes Max Hastings

Daily Telegraph

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Amalgamated Strings up 2 points

Financial Times

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Gotcha you bloody philistine!

The Sun

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

David Slays Goliath - No pigs involved

Pig Breeder's Gazette

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

David Slaps Goliath

The Guardian - early edition

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

David Slays Goldfish

The Guardian - late edition

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Goliath to make comeback

The Sporting Life

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986
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Henry VIII's Sixth Marriage, to Catherine Parr

King Feels Up To Par

Daily Star

 
01 Dec 1990

Bon-King Henry

The Sun

 
01 Dec 1990

Bloody Hal! Six in a row!

The People

 
01 Dec 1990

Hazza Scores Six!

Daily Mirror

 
01 Dec 1990

Pope brings in excommunication charge

Catholic Herald

 
01 Dec 1990

Kings Weds. See page 19

The Independent

 
01 Dec 1990

King takes further advantage of the reformation

The Times

 
01 Dec 1990

Disaster for Ladbrokes as Cardinal Wolsey breaks bank with six wife accumulator

Sporting Life

 
01 Dec 1990

Zzzziiippp OUCH! - Sandy Gaul, News at Ten, Hampton Court

I.T.N.

 
01 Dec 1990
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Isaac Newton discovers Gravity

'I told you so' says Eddie the Eagle

Mirror Exclusive!

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Newton Discovers Law of Graffiti

The Guardian

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

'Golden Delicious bruised in cruel experiment' says R.S.P.C.Fruit

The Express

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

'Gravity is a computer' says Isaac Apple

The Guardian

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

19 Other Things You Didn't Know About Gravity

The Sun

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Core! What a Stunner! - Mrs. Newton shows off her pippins on Page 3

The Sun

Windsor
04 Jun 1994
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James Watt invents a new steam engine

Thousands queue for first ever train out of Stockton (Awayday super-savers not valid on this service)

Daily Mail

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Watt a Plonker!

The Sun

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Last year's prediction about James Watt building a large wall on the Scottish border quite a long way out

Psychic Times

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Ofwat criticise Rocket

The Guardian

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Something to do at last!

Train Spotting Monthly

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Watt's Off

What's On

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

New steam engine invented

The Independent

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997
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Joan of Arc burns at the stake

French Government Spokesman says "Smoking Can Seriously Damage Your Health"

Le Figaro

 
10 Feb 1990

"English Hooligans Burnt My Daughter" says Mrs. Arc

Daily Mail

 
10 Feb 1990

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The Star

 
10 Feb 1990

Woodburning French Threat To Ozone Layer

Green News

 
10 Feb 1990

England Win Ashes

The Cricketer

 
10 Feb 1990

French Filly Flambé (translation on page 8)

The Sun

 
10 Feb 1990

Joan of Arc Burnt - No British Faggots Involved

Timber News

 
10 Feb 1990

Judge Pickles Takes Off Three Logs For Good Behaviour

The Independent

 
10 Feb 1990

French Government Spokesman says "Smoking Can Seriously Damage Your Health"

Le Figaro

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

"English Hooligans Burnt My Daughter" says Mrs. Arc

Daily Mail

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The Star

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Woodburning French Threat To Ozone Layer

Green News

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

England Win Ashes

The Cricketer

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

French Filly Flambé (translation on page 8)

The Sun

ISIHAC 1, Side 2
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Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain

Veni, Vidi, Gotcha!

The Sun

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Veni, Vidi, Ostrich

The Guardian

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Roman Army Doctors set up Veni Vici Vidi Clinic

British Medical Journal

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Veni, Vidi, Vici, Mick & Tich got to Number 1

Melody Maker

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Tesco Sells Out Of Pizzas

Colchester Echo

Watford
17 Jun 1995

FT Index Up 423 Points on expectation of large road-building scheme

Financial Times

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Romans Invade - No Britons Involved

Daily Express

Watford
17 Jun 1995
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King Arthur creates the Knights of the Round Table

King Veto's Dome - Orders Round Table

Daily Mail

Leeds
18 May 1998

For Sale - One Square Table, Unused

Exchange & Mart

Leeds
18 May 1998

Yesterday's headline 'Arthur Beds Guinevere' should have read 'Arthur Weds Ginger Beer'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Leeds
18 May 1998

Decorations to be Taken Down on Twelfth Knight

The Star (under the story of the 12th & last Knight Sir Cumference having had his award stripped from him)

Leeds
18 May 1998

Who Gets a Seat at Round Table? - It's A Lottery says Camelot Boss

The Express

Leeds
18 May 1998

Elvis Seen in Camelot Sainsburys

The Sport

Leeds
18 May 1998

Round Table - Camelot Knights ride back to MFI to collect missing wing nut

Daily Star

Leeds
18 May 1998
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King Harold loses at the battle of Hastings

Archer denies being there - says 'I was dining with King William'

 

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Yesterday's headline should have read "It's a Travesty", not "It's a Tapestry"

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Victory Sewn Up As Needlepoint Normans Get Weaving

Le Figaro

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Harold to appear in 'Stars In Their Eyes' as Nelson

TV Times

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

An Englishman has actually played at Stamford Bridge

The Mirror

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Exclusive pictures of David & Victoria Beckham

Hello Magazine

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Illegal Immigrants Swarm Into Hastings

Daily Mail

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Permeable Contact Lens Warning

The Lancet

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

'I Fired Arrow' says Elvis

The Sport

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000
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King Henry VIII splits with Rome

Henry VIII Splits With Rome

The Independent

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Henry VII Splits With Comb

The Guardian

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Ann Boleyn's Cellulite Shock Horror!

Daily Mail

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Monasteries Dissolved - Actual Pictures!

Sunday Sport

 

King Rejects Papal Bull, Gelatine & Tallow

Daily Telegraph

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Jane Seymour says "Stuff this - I'm off to the States to star in a soap"

The Stage

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Why The King Was Wrong, by Paul Johnson on pages 8 and 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15

Daily Mail

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Arriverderci Roma says Horny Hal

The Sun

 

Greensleeves Composer On Top Of The Popes

Melody Maker

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Spot The Head Competition

Daily Express

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Lord Chancellor Determined To Make Divorce Easier

Daily Telegraph

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Richmond-Upon- Thames
22 Jun 1996

King Feels Up To Par

Daily Star

 
01 Dec 1990

Bon-King Henry

The Sun

 
01 Dec 1990

Bloody Hal! Six in a row!

The People

 
01 Dec 1990

Hazza Scores Six!

Daily Mirror

 
01 Dec 1990

Pope brings in excommunication charge

Catholic Herald

 
01 Dec 1990

Kings Weds. See page 19

The Independent

 
01 Dec 1990

King takes further advantage of the reformation

The Times

 
01 Dec 1990

Disaster for Ladbrokes as Cardinal Wolsey breaks bank with six wife accumulator

Sporting Life

 
01 Dec 1990

Zzzziiippp OUCH! - Sandy Gaul, News at Ten, Hampton Court

I.T.N.

 
01 Dec 1990
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Lady Godiva

Rate Capping Protest In Coventry. Titled Lady Parades In Buff

The Times

 
27 Sep 1986

(Picture) Lady Godiva seen here enjoying a horse

The Tatler

 
27 Sep 1986

Green Lady in blurred horse horror

Today

 
27 Sep 1986

Naked peeress reveals all. Botham denies everything

News Of The World

 
27 Sep 1986
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Macbeth

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Pioneering test-tube baby kills King

Glasgow Herald

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Delia's recipe for Duncan Doughnuts

Woman's Own

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Pioneering test-tube baby kills King

Glasgow Herald

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Delia's recipe for Duncan Doughnuts

Woman's Own

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

20 things you never knew about Macduff

The Sun

 
11 Feb 1989

Royal Porter: I am tired of all this knocking

The Mirror

 
11 Feb 1989

Stop this evil traffic in eyes

The Daily Mail - 'Save our Newts' campaign

 
11 Feb 1989

Wogan invests in Burnham Woods

The Financial Times

 
11 Feb 1989

Forest on move. Clough delighted.

The Financial Times back page

 
11 Feb 1989

Late king of Scotland should never have whistled in dressing room

The Stage

 
11 Feb 1989

Alien witches stole my thane

Sunday Sport

 
11 Feb 1989

Get rid of those damn spots

17 magazine

 
11 Feb 1989

Things looking up for Cawdor couple

The Dunsinane Courier

 
11 Feb 1989

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Pioneering test-tube baby kills King

Glasgow Herald

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Delia's recipe for Duncan Doughnuts

Woman's Own

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

20 things you never knew about Macduff

The Sun

 
22 Jan 1990

Royal Porter: I am tired of all this knocking

The Mirror

 
22 Jan 1990

Stop this evil traffic in eyes

The Daily Mail - 'Save our Newts' campaign

 
22 Jan 1990

Wogan invests in Burnham Woods

The Financial Times

 
22 Jan 1990

Forest on move. Clough delighted.

The Financial Times back page

 
22 Jan 1990

Late king of Scotland should never have whistled in dressing room

The Stage

 
22 Jan 1990

Alien witches stole my thane

Sunday Sport

 
22 Jan 1990

Get rid of those damn spots

17 magazine

 
22 Jan 1990

Things looking up for Cawdor couple

The Dunsinane Courier

 
22 Jan 1990
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Moses parts the Red Sea

Late Score - Charlton 1, Heston 2

 

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

Partcha!

The Sun

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

Moses Parts Red Sea

Sunday Sport

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

Moses Creates Lovely Wave & Parting

Hairdresser's Monthly

Oxford
18 Jun 1994
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Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo

Bonaparte Escapes - Home Secretary sacks Governor

Daily Mail (just before the battle)

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

What A Loo Ar Nap Oh La La

The Sun Sports Page

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Wellington gets Bona-part

The Stage

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

New Railway Terminus Opens - Duke of Wellington wins first prize in 'Choose a name for the station & win a Metro' competition

The Times

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Napoleon's 18-15 holiday ruined

Travel Trade Gazette

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Frog crushed under Wellington

Wildlife Today

Brighton
21 Jun 1997
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Nelson's Victory at Trafalgar

Nelson's Column Gets Go-Ahead - But What's Going to be Inside it?

The Times

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Yesterday's headline should have read 'Admiral Shot on Deck'

The Guardian

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Readers Save Donkey in Spain

Daily Star

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Half-Nelson Invented

Wrestling Times

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

New Work Likely

Grecian Column Makers Monthly

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Yesterday's headline 'French Navvy Loses Battle' should have read 'French Navy Loves Bottle'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Nelson Denies Selling Arm to Sierra Leone

Daily Telegraph

Southsea
01 Jun 1998
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Noah builds the Ark

Yesterday's headline should have read 'Noah aims to Mount Ararat'...not 'Arafat'

The Guardian

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Ham in Sandwich with Mrs. Jafeth

News of the World

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Big Boat to be Launched in Wimbledon Fortnight

The Express

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Turnip Noah 3 Cubits Short of an Ark. 'Good weather set to continue' says Michael Fish

The Sun

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Gofer Wood Comes Out Top In Tests

Which? Magazine

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Mule In Mixed Marriage Shock

The Sport

Windsor
04 Jun 1994

Drought Warning

Daily Express

 
27 Sep 1986

See Ham, Shem & Samantha at the boat show

Daily Express

 
27 Sep 1986

'God made me do it' says Noah

The People

 
27 Sep 1986

Breakdown in boat talks. Unicorns walk out

The Mail

 
27 Sep 1986

Ha Bloody Ha

Fish World

 
27 Sep 1986

Orgy at sea. Flea tells all

The Sun

 
27 Sep 1986
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Oedipus Rex blinds himself after marrying his mother, Jocasta

Oedipus Rex blinds himself after marrying his mother, Jocasta

The Independent

Guildford
31 May 1999

'I've Stopped Seeing Her', says Oedipus

The Express

Guildford
31 May 1999

Exclusive - Oedipus to become a Referee

The Mirror

Guildford
31 May 1999

Oedipus Lights Potato by Mistake

Daily Mail

Guildford
31 May 1999

Oedipus Rex blinds himself after marrying his mother, Jocasta

The Independent

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

'I've Stopped Seeing Her', says Oedipus

The Express

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Exclusive - Oedipus to become a Referee

The Mirror

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Oedipus Lights Potato by Mistake

Daily Mail

ISIHAC 6, Side 3
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Richard III & the Princes in the Tower

Grave setback for youth opportunities scheme

The Times

 
19 Oct 1987

No more 'it's a royal knockout!'

The Star

 
19 Oct 1987

Mystery of Princes' disappearance - King says he has a hunch

Daily Mirror

 
19 Oct 1987

Yorkshire Anihilate Lancashire

Yorkshire Post

 
19 Oct 1987

Richard 3, Princes 2

Sporting Life

 
19 Oct 1987

Two vacancies at Gourdonstoun

The Times Educational Supplement

 
19 Oct 1987

Rolf Harris to re-issue 'Two Little Boys'

Melody Maker

 
19 Oct 1987

Royal plan for inner city unemployed

The Telegraph

 
19 Oct 1987

Yesterday his majesty the King visited the Tower. No Princes were involved

The Telegraph - Court Circular

 
19 Oct 1987

Spot the Princes and win a metro!

The Sun

 
19 Oct 1987

Ban these foam rubber pillows campaign

The Daily Mail

 
19 Oct 1987

Royal kids snuff it!

The Sun

 
19 Oct 1987
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Richard III Crowned King after Princes Murdered in Tower

Dick Head Crowned

The Sun

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

King Swops Kingdom for Horse

Exchange & Mart

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Princes' Murders - Police are Following a Hunch

The Express

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Class sizes reduced in Royal Primary School

Conservative Party Newsletter, August 1483

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

King Announces Winner of Disco Tent

The Guardian, Arts Page

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

10 things you never knew about Richard III - 1...He uses a wok to iron his shirts

The Sun

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Local Man gets Top Job

Gloucester Echo

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Readers Save Donkey in Spain

Daily Star

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Richard III Crowned King

The Independent

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Yesterday's headline 'Ponces Thrown in Tower' should have read 'Princes Throw in Towel'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Coronation Party - Children's Entertainers Axed At Last Minute

The Stage

Southsea
01 Jun 1998

Grave setback for youth opportunities scheme

The Times

 
19 Oct 1987

No more 'it's a royal knockout!'

The Star

 
19 Oct 1987

Mystery of Princes' disappearance - King says he has a hunch

Daily Mirror

 
19 Oct 1987

Yorkshire Anihilate Lancashire

Yorkshire Post

 
19 Oct 1987

Richard 3, Princes 2

Sporting Life

 
19 Oct 1987

Two vacancies at Gourdonstoun

The Times Educational Supplement

 
19 Oct 1987

Rolf Harris to re-issue 'Two Little Boys'

Melody Maker

 
19 Oct 1987

Royal plan for inner city unemployed

The Telegraph

 
19 Oct 1987

Yesterday his majesty the King visited the Tower. No Princes were involved

The Telegraph - Court Circular

 
19 Oct 1987

Spot the Princes and win a metro!

The Sun

 
19 Oct 1987

Ban these foam rubber pillows campaign

The Daily Mail

 
19 Oct 1987

Royal kids snuff it!

The Sun

 
19 Oct 1987
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Robert the Bruce defeats the English at Bannockburn

That's That Lot Sorted Out Then!

The Scottish Daily Record

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Hoddle Must Go

The Sun

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Robert the Bruce Inspired by Web Site

Mouse Magazine

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Robert the Bruce Inspired by Web Site

Mac User

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Yesterday's headline 'Robin the Brute makes English Army Suffer' should have read 'Robert the Bruce makes English Army Soufflé'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

That's That Lot Sorted Out Then!

The Scotsman

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

It's True - The English Suffer with Premature Ejockulation

Family Circle

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Mandelson says 'Bannockburn a Win in Real Terms' - announces Dome of Scone

The Daily Telegraph

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Glasgow
07 Dec 1998
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Robin Hood wins Nottingham Archery Contest

Robin Hood makes meal of victory in this years' Eaten 'n' Arrow Match

The Lincoln Greenun

Leeds
18 May 1998

Archer called Jeffrey to stand for Sheriff

Daily Mail

Leeds
18 May 1998

Another Doublet & Hose Ban

The Yorkshire Post

Leeds
18 May 1998

Tournament starts 15 minutes late. Outrage as Archers moved to 2 o'clock!

The Express

Leeds
18 May 1998

Council Install Little John in Forest

Nottingham Clarion

Leeds
18 May 1998

Reverend Spooner Arrested in Friar Tuck Incident

The Telegraph

Leeds
18 May 1998
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Sodom & Gomorrah

Freak weather hits gay resort. No Scots involved.

The Scotsman

 
31 Aug 1987

Neighbours complain at Elton's party

News of the World

 
31 Aug 1987

Wife assaulted on way home from gay disco.

The Star

 
31 Aug 1987

Sodya! That's your lot!

The Sun

 
31 Aug 1987
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Stephenson's Rocket runs from Stockton to Darlington

Long Delays For South East Commuters

Essex Times

London
04 Dec 1993

Man With Flag Blamed For Late Arrival of Rocket

British Rail News

London
04 Dec 1993

Keep An Eye Out For No. 2

Trainspotter's Guide

London
04 Dec 1993

Anorak Invented

Trainspotter's Guide

London
04 Dec 1993

Well Chuffed!

The Sun

London
04 Dec 1993

Why?

National Enquirer

London
04 Dec 1993
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The 100 Years' War

Weapons Inspectors Ask For More Time

The Independent

Darlington
26 May 2003

EU Gets Off To Shaky Start

Daily Express

Darlington
26 May 2003

John Simpson Liberates Cressy

The Independent

Darlington
26 May 2003

PM Says We'll Get British British Beef Exports Into France If It Takes A Hundred Years

The Express

Darlington
26 May 2003

Joan Of Arc Burnt At Stoke. No English Hurt. Joan Says: I'm A Celibate, Get Me Out Of Here!

Daily Mail

Darlington
26 May 2003

War Latest: Humphrey Lyttelton's Band To Play At Half Time

The Stage

Darlington
26 May 2003

Yesterday's headline "Troops get massage from Henry the Fifth" should have read "Troops get message from Henry the Filth"

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Darlington
26 May 2003

Joan Dead. England Retain Ashes

Daily Telegraph

Darlington
26 May 2003
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The Assassination of Julius Caesar

Brutus Splashed it All Over

The Sun

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Julius Caesar is Ides Victim

Daily Mirror

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Brutus Ate Two Hamsters!

Sunday Sport

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Mark Antony Comes to Bury

Lancashire Evening Post

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Yesterday's headline should have read 'Caesar Slayed' not 'Caesar Salad'

The Guardian

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

New Caesar, New Danger

Daily Telegraph

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Omnia Caesar in Tres Partes Divisa Est

Rome Standard

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Yon Cassius has a Lean & Hungry Look...is it Bulimia?

Daily Star

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Sketchleys opens new branch in Rome

Tailor & Cutter

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Mark Anthony Asks For Ear Loans

The Independent

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Brutus Splashed it All Over

The Sun

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Julius Caesar is Ides Victim

Daily Mirror

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Brutus Ate Two Hamsters!

Sunday Sport

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Mark Antony Comes to Bury

Lancashire Evening Post

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Yesterday's headline should have read 'Caesar Slayed' not 'Caesar Salad'

The Guardian

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

New Caesar, New Danger

Daily Telegraph

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Omnia Caesar in Tres Partes Divisa Est

Rome Standard

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Yon Cassius has a Lean & Hungry Look...is it Bulimia?

Daily Star

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Sketchleys opens new branch in Rome

Tailor & Cutter

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Mark Anthony Asks For Ear Loans

The Independent

ISIHAC 4, Side 2
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The Birth of Jesus Christ

Branson Sponsors Virgin Birth

Daily Mail

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Sparse Queues For Herod's Christmas Sale

The Independent

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Unwanted Frankincense & Myrrh: Will Swop For Nintendo

Exchange & Mart

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

In our earlier edition 'Son of Dog' should have read 'Accrington Stanley - 5'

The Guardian

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Elvis Spotted In Bethlehem

Sunday Sport

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Cow says: 'I Was There' Exclusive

Farmer's Weekly

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

"We'll call him David" say Mr. & Mrs. Ike

Daily Express

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

'We were following yonder star': Unlikely claim by three wise men held at customs

The Times

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Jezza Of Nazza Born In Bezza. Gazza In Gaza

The Sun

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Special Swadling Supplement

Knitting & Knitter

1994 Xmas Special Compilation
25 Dec 1994

Branson Sponsors Virgin Birth

Daily Mail

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Sparse Queues For Herod's Christmas Sale

The Independent

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Unwanted Frankincense & Myrrh: Will Swop For Nintendo

Exchange & Mart

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

In our earlier edition 'Son of Dog' should have read 'Acrington Stanley - 5'

The Guardian

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Elvis Spotted In Bethlehem

Sunday Sport

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Cow says: 'I Was There' Exclusive

Farmer's Weekly

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

"We'll call him David" say Mr. & Mrs. Ike

Daily Express

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

'We were following yonder star': Unlikely claim by three wise men held at customs

The Times

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Jezza Of Nazza Born In Bezza. Gazza In Gaza

The Sun

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Special Swadling Supplement

Knitting & Knitter

1992 Xmas Special
26 Dec 1992

Branson Sponsors Virgin Birth

Daily Mail

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Sparse Queues For Herod's Christmas Sale

The Independent

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Unwanted Frankincense & Myrrh: Will Swop For Nintendo

Exchange & Mart

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

In our earlier edition 'Son of Dog' should have read 'Accrington Stanley - 5'

The Guardian

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Elvis Spotted In Bethlehem

Sunday Sport

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Cow says: 'I Was There' Exclusive

Farmer's Weekly

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

"We'll call him David" say Mr. & Mrs. Ike

Daily Express

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

'We were following yonder star': Unlikely claim by three wise men held at customs

The Times

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Jezza Of Nazza Born In Bezza. Gazza In Gaza

The Sun

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Special Swadling Supplement

Knitting & Knitter

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue
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The Charge of The Light Brigade

England 600 All Out

Sports Guardian

 
01 Dec 1990

Lord Lucan Found

Daily Express

 
01 Dec 1990

Got Us!

The Sun

 
01 Dec 1990

Canons to the right of them

The Church Times

 
01 Dec 1990

Canons to the left of them

The Church Mirror

 
01 Dec 1990

Electricity shares underpriced

Financial Times

 
01 Dec 1990

Cardigan Souvenir Issue

Knitting Weekly

 
01 Dec 1990

Capture the Russian Guns & Win a Metro

The Star

 
01 Dec 1990

Lord Tennyson seeks rhyme for 'Six Hundred'

The Times Literary Supplement

 
01 Dec 1990

Record Field - Only Twelve Finish. 'Race unsafe' say RSPCA

Racing Post

 
01 Dec 1990

Balaclava Supplement

Knitting Weekly

 
01 Dec 1990
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The Creation

Universe manufacturer goes out of business after 6 days

The Telegraph

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

BMA warn rib transplants can cause lumps on chest

The Lancet

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

"I'm over the moon", says God

Daily Star

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Snake Problem at Theme Park - Last two visitors forced to leave

Daily Mail

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Nothing Happened Yesterday

The Times

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Genesis Good For You

Irish Times

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Spot the Apple & Win a Skoda

News of the World

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Universe manufacturer goes out of business after 6 days

The Telegraph

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

BMA warn rib transplants can cause lumps on chest

The Lancet

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

"I'm over the moon", says God

Daily Star

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Snake Problem at Theme Park - Last two visitors forced to leave

Daily Mail

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Nothing Happened Yesterday

The Times

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Genesis Good For You

Irish Times

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Spot the Apple & Win a Skoda

News of the World

ISIHAC 2, Side 3
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The Death of Samson

Samson Obituary, 2 Columns, Page 8

The Times

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Oh, Oh, Oh, Delilah!

New Musical Express

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Yesterday's feature headed 'Delias Hints on Kippers' should have read 'Delilahs Hints on Clippers'

The Guardian

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

In yesterday's report, Delilah's statement should have read 'I love cutting men's locks off'...not socks

The Guardian

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Police chief says 'He was a accident waiting to happen'

Daily Telegraph

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Ban Scissors Campaign Grows

Daily Express

Northampton
30 Nov 1996

Samson Obituary, 2 Columns, Page 8

The Times

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Oh, Oh, Oh, Delilah!

New Musical Express

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Yesterday's feature headed 'Delias Hints on Kippers' should have read 'Delilahs Hints on Clippers'

The Guardian

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

In yesterday's report, Delilah's statement should have read 'I love cutting men's locks off'...not socks

The Guardian

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Police chief says 'He was a accident waiting to happen'

Daily Telegraph

ISIHAC 4, Side 2

Ban Scissors Campaign Grows

Daily Express

ISIHAC 4, Side 2
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The Druids build Stonehenge

Roof Of Salisbury Dome Blows Off

Wiltshire Gazette

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Stones Stop Touring

Melody Maker

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Pop-Up Corn Circle Sensation

The Sport

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Balfour Beatty Insist Circle Will Be Ready For Midsummer's Eve

Building Times

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Giant Set Of Alien False Teeth Ate My Virgin

The Sport

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Outrage As Pile Of Stones Wins Turner Prize

Daily Telegraph

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Yesterday's headline 'Pests Welcome The Solstice' should have read 'Priests Welcome The Sausage'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

High Wycombe
18 Dec 2000

Roof Of Salisbury Dome Blows Off

Wiltshire Gazette

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Stones Stop Touring

Melody Maker

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Pop-Up Corn Circle Sensation

The Sport

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Balfour Beatty Insist Circle Will Be Ready For Midsummer's Eve

Building Times

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Giant Set Of Alien False Teeth Ate My Virgin

The Sport

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Outrage As Pile Of Stones Wins Turner Prize

Daily Telegraph

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008

Yesterday's headline 'Pests Welcome The Solstice' should have read 'Priests Welcome The Sausage'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

ISIHAC Classic Repeat
23 Jun 2008
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The Feeding of the Five Thousand

David Copperfield unveils great new Tuna Sandwich Illusion

Magician's Weekly

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Are Goldfish Kosher?

Jewish Chronicle

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Jesus Christ Ate My Fish

The Sun

Chester
10 Dec 1994

4998 Vegetarians Left Hungry

The Observer

Chester
10 Dec 1994

"Where's the Ketchup?" shouts Pharisees

Daily Mirror

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Attractive Property Gains for Meek Forecast

Financial Times

Chester
10 Dec 1994
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The first Christians are fed to the lions

Big cats' first Holy Communion

 

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Oh Yum All Ye Faithful

The Sun

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Capacity Colostomy Crowd Watch Lions

The Guardian

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

England's Three Lions Lose In Penalty Eat-Out Again

The Times

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Christians Slain - No British Involved

Daily Telegraph

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000

Christians Consumed By Pride

Catholic Times

Stoke-on-Trent
12 Jun 2000
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The French Revolution

'Our marriage will last forever' says Louis XVI

Hello Magazine

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Spot the Pimpernel & Win a Metro

The Sun

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Leaders of the French Revolution offer Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité, Free Beer & dirty postcards of Sarah Bernhardt

The Independent

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Liberty, Egality, Ostrich

The Guardian

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Aristocracy Most Affected By Cuts

The Times

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Guillotine Shares Go Through The Roof - Aristo plc Take A Tumbril

Financial Times

Watford
17 Jun 1995

Exclusive Mme Defarge Knitting Pattern

Woman's Own

Watford
17 Jun 1995
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The Gadarene Swine

Pork Scratchings up 2 points

Financial Times

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Israeli fleet attacked by non-kosher missles

The Jewish Chronicle

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Nude pigs in satanist death plunge

The Sun

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Snout to snout finish in pork derby

The Sporting Life

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Holy Man in Animal Experiment Row

The Guardian

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Gadarene disaster - Obituaries page 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19

Pig Breeder's Gazette

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986

Police leap off cliff

Morning Star

Paris Studios, London
16 Aug 1986
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The Great Fire of London

French Farmers Protest Reaches London

Daily Telegraph

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Tee Hee Hee!

The Scotsman

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The Star

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Leeds Man Singed

Yorkshire Evening Post

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

London's Burping - Police Suspect Arse

The Guardian

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Yesterday's headline 'Paula to be Reconstructed by Christopher Wren' should have read 'St Pauls to be Reconstructed by Christ Knows When'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Capital Goes Up

Financial Times

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The People

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Oh Bugger!

Insurance Weekly

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Plague Cure A Success

The Lancet

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Thames Water Chief Justifies Bonus At Last

The Mirror

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Elvis Seen in Pudding Lane

The Sport

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Phew! What a Scorcher!

News of the World

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

French Farmers Protest Reaches London

Daily Telegraph

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Tee Hee Hee!

The Scotsman

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The Star

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Leeds Man Singed

Yorkshire Evening Post

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

London's Burping - Police Suspect Arse

The Guardian

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Yesterday's headline 'Paula to be Reconstructed by Christopher Wren' should have read 'St Pauls to be Reconstructed by Christ Knows When'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Capital Goes Up

Financial Times

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Phew! What a Scorcher!

The People

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Oh Bugger!

Insurance Weekly

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Plague Cure A Success

The Lancet

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Thames Water Chief Justifies Bonus At Last

The Mirror

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Elvis Seen in Pudding Lane

The Sport

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Phew! What a Scorcher!

News of the World

ISIHAC 5, Side 1
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The Great Pyramid of Cheops is built in Giza in Egypt

Shares In Toblerone Take A Boost

Financial Times

Darlington
26 May 2003

Huge Cube At Giza Half Built

The Mirror

Darlington
26 May 2003

Second Hand Pyramids Are Cheap As Cheops says David Dickinson

The Antique Dealer

Darlington
26 May 2003

Giza Geyser 'Finks Sphynx Smiles Miles Better

The Sun

Darlington
26 May 2003

I'm Going To Be A Mummy says Pharoah

The Mirror

Darlington
26 May 2003
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The Gunpowder Plot

Government Knives Out For Fawkes

Daily Mail

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Boom Fails To Materialise

Financial Times

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Fuse! What A Scorcher!

The Star

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Remember, Remember, The Fourth Of November

The Guardian

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Guy Fawkes It Up

The Star

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Group 4 Deny Responsibility

The Mirror

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Freddie Starr Ate My Banger

The Sun

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Will swop 8 barrels of gunpowder for 1 asbestos suit

Exchange & Mart

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Now There'll Be Fireworks!

Spiritualist's Weekly

Edinburgh
06 Nov 1993

Government Knives Out For Fawkes

Daily Mail

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Boom Fails To Materialise

Financial Times

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Fuse! What A Scorcher!

The Star

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Remember, Remember, The Fourth Of November

The Guardian

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Guy Fawkes It Up

The Star

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Group 4 Deny Responsibility

The Mirror

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Freddie Starr Ate My Banger

The Sun

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Will swop 8 barrels of gunpowder for 1 asbestos suit

Exchange & Mart

ISIHAC 2, Side 3

Now There'll Be Fireworks!

Spiritualist's Weekly

ISIHAC 2, Side 3
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The invasion of the Spanish Armada

Portillo's Supporters Declare Themselves

Daily Express

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

Not Many Miles To The Galleon

Auto Weekly

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

England Invaded By Stain

The Guardian

Oxford
18 Jun 1994

Gotcha! - Spanish Fleet On The Riochas

The Sun

Oxford
18 Jun 1994
(d?) after venue signifies a query regarding the Date of broadcast,
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The regrettable demise of Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Pioneering test-tube baby kills King

Glasgow Herald

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Delia's recipe for Duncan Doughnuts

Woman's Own

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Macbeth Outed - Admits laying on MacDuff

Gay News

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Borehamwood seen approaching Dungeness

The Guardian

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Phew! What a Scotsman!

The Sun

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Och! Eye of Newt!

The Scotsman

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Pioneering test-tube baby kills King

Glasgow Herald

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Delia's recipe for Duncan Doughnuts

Woman's Own

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Tube Strike Off

London Evening Standard

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998
(d?) after venue signifies a query regarding the Date of broadcast,
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The Romans build Hadrian's Wall

Call that a wall???

Peking Times

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Up yours, Pink Floyd!

The Sun

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Hadrian stays in all day Thursday, but builders fail to turn up

Daily Express

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Last year's prediction about Hadrians Fence only slightly out

Psychic News

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Wall architect announces start of British Library

Daily Telegraph

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Dalgleish looks to Italy for better defence

Local paper

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Yesterday's picture caption 'Woman Raves Over Wall' should have read 'Roman Waves Over Wall'

The Guardian

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Roman redundancies - Brickies sic in transit

Constructor's Weekly

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

Hadrian sued for plagiarism

Jericho Bugle

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997

McSwampy halts developers

Daily Mail

Newcastle
29 Nov 1997
(d?) after venue signifies a query regarding the Date of broadcast,
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The Sack of Troy

Always Look A Gift Horse in the Stomach

Daily Mail, Female section, Household hints

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Beware Greeks Bearing Tits

The Guardian

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Big Wooden Bugger Odds On Favourite for Troy Handicap

Sporting Life

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Ajax Round The Bend - Official

Today

Chester
10 Dec 1994

Aston Villa Chairman Says 'My manager, Mr. Troy, has my complete backing'

Birmingham Post

Chester
10 Dec 1994
(d?) after venue signifies a query regarding the Date of broadcast,
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The Ten Commandments

Ten Things You Never Knew You Shouldn't Do

The Sun

 
10 Feb 1990

Stones Make Comeback

Melody Maker

 
10 Feb 1990

Moses Names Ten for Sunday

The Express sports page

 
10 Feb 1990

'Though Shalt Not Commit Adultery' drops to Number 8

New Musical Express

 
10 Feb 1990

Graven Image Manufacturers Protest At New Guidelines

The Times

 
10 Feb 1990

Kylie Minogue is Star Bird - 'Covet Neigbours Ass'

The Star

 
10 Feb 1990

Ten Things You Never Knew You Shouldn't Do

The Sun

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Stones Make Comeback

Melody Maker

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Moses Names Ten for Sunday

The Express sports page

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

'Though Shalt Not Commit Adultery' drops to Number 8

New Musical Express

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Graven Image Manufacturers Protest At New Guidelines

The Times

ISIHAC 1, Side 2

Kylie Minogue is Star Bird - 'Covet Neigbours Ass'

The Star

ISIHAC 1, Side 2
(d?) after venue signifies a query regarding the Date of broadcast,
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The Three Wise Men follow the star to Bethlehem

Camel Train Arrives Even Later Than Virgin

 

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Baby Born In Mangle - Gifts include Old Frankenstein and The Mirror

The Guardian

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Winterval Begins

Birmingham Post

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Yesterday's headine 'Wide Men, & What Rich Gifts' should have read 'Wise Men, & What Rich Gits'

The Guardian, corrections & clarifications

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

'Freddie Starr Ate Our Hamster' say Wise Men

Sunday Sport

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Miracle Baby in Stable Condition

 

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Three Wide Men Follow Star To Bethlehem

The Independent

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

Shepherds Got There First!

Sheep Farming Weekly

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999

You wait ages for a wise man, & then 3 turn up all at once!

The Sun

Birmingham
04 Jan 1999
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The unfortunate demise of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

Great Dane puts self down!

Dog Breeders Gazette

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Blair says whittling-down of royal family a success

The Times

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Touring players unexpectedly available for panto

The Stage

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Reprint of Ophelia's Panorama interview in full, where she says a surfeit of lampreys was just a cry for help

Daily Express

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Yesterday's headline 'Laughter at Elsinore' should have read 'Slaughter at Erinsbrough'

The Guardian

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

JUST BE!!

The Sun tells the Prince

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Danish Bloodbath - No Britains Hurt

The Telegraph

Stratford-Upon- Avon
16 Dec 1995

Great Dane puts himself down!

Dog Breeders Gazette

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Blair says whittling-down of royal family a success

The Times

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Touring players unexpectedly available for panto

The Stage

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Reprint of Ophelia's Panorama interview in full, where she says a surfeit of lampreys was just a cry for help

Daily Express

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Yesterday's headline 'Laughter at Elsinore' should have read 'Slaughter at Erinsbrough'

The Guardian

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

JUST BE!!

The Sun tells the Prince

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Danish Bloodbath - No Britains Hurt

The Telegraph

ISIHAC 3, Side 1

Great Dane puts self down!

Dog Breeders Gazette

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Blair says whittling-down of royal family a success

The Times

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Touring players unexpectedly available for panto

The Stage

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Reprint of Ophelia's Panorama interview in full, where she says a surfeit of lampreys was just a cry for help

Daily Express

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Yesterday's headline 'Laughter at Elsinore' should have read 'Slaughter at Erinsbrough'

The Guardian

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

JUST BE!!

The Sun tells the Prince

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998

Danish Bloodbath - No Britains Hurt

The Telegraph

Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
13 Apr 1998
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The Walls of Jericho

Jazz festival causes building displacement. Blue Circle down four.

Financial Times

 
31 Aug 1987

MUSICIANS BACK PRINCE CHARLES ON ACTION IN INNER CITIES

The Independent

 
31 Aug 1987

Jericho's walls fall on populus. No Britains involved.

The Telegraph

 
31 Aug 1987

Adnan Kashoggi admits running trumpets to Israelis

The Times

 
31 Aug 1987

Joshua surely the greatest trumpeter since Humphrey Lyttelton

Melody Maker Review

 
31 Aug 1987

Joshua fit the Battle Of Jericho

Tailor & Cutter

 
31 Aug 1987

Joshua shock: He is son of none!

Daily Mirror

 
31 Aug 1987

Jericho Ring-Road Underway

A.A. Newsletter

 
31 Aug 1987

Joshua said: 'Lucky I had banana in ear'

Fruitgrowers' Weekly

 
31 Aug 1987
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Theseus Kills the Minotaur

New Labyrinth...

New Labour Gazette

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Cretan bull to become leg end

The Guardian

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Theseus kills Minotaur in Crate

The Guardian

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Through the Labyrinth with nerves of steel and balls of string

The Independent

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Hairy monster in Grecian 2000 B.C.

Hairdresser's Weekly

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Genetic experiment ends in disaster

The Times

Brighton
21 Jun 1997

Crete airport can now go ahead. Swampy not pleased that tunnel's been cleared.

The Telegraph

Brighton
21 Jun 1997
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Victorian Headlines

Gaulstone Becomes Prime Minister

The Guardian

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Jim Davidson To Entertain Troops In Crimea. Light Brigade volunteer for Valley Of Death

The Sun

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Lady Windermere opens - 100% genuine photos

The Sport

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Mrs Beaton quits lucrative cooking gig to run Norwich City

Daily Mail

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

See our Page 3 stunner. What a pair of ankles!

The Sun

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Arriva Trains apologise for delayed Stephenson's Rocket. This is due to the wrong kind of Lord Huskison on the track

The Mirror

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Poison Zulu spears can be launched within 45 minutes

Daily Mail

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Manufacturer recalls thousands of penny farthing bicycles, after one wheel found to be ludicrously bigger than the other. "I can't think how we missed it" says quality control manager

2003 Xmas Special
25 Dec 2003

Gaulstone Becomes Prime Minister

The Guardian

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Jim Davidson To Entertain Troops In Crimea. Light Brigade volunteer for Valley Of Death

The Sun

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Lady Windermere opens - 100% genuine photos

The Sport

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Mrs Beaton quits lucrative cooking gig to run Norwich City

Daily Mail

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

See our Page 3 stunner. What a pair of ankles!

The Sun

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Arriva Trains apologise for delayed Stephenson's Rocket. This is due to the wrong kind of Lord Huskison on the track

The Mirror

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue

Manufacturer recalls thousands of penny farthing bicycles, after one wheel found to be ludicrously bigger than the other. "I can't think how we missed it" says quality control manager

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Clue
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Walter Raleigh presents tobacco & potatoes at the court of Queen Elizabeth

Rothmans to Sponsor Raleigh

Monte Carlo Times

Guildford
31 May 1999

Goodbye Mr. Chips

The Sun - after the queen dismissed Raleigh

Guildford
31 May 1999

Chancellor admits he may have blundered with 'Tax on Potatoes' scheme

Financial Times

Guildford
31 May 1999

Queen says 'Great Shag Walter'

The Sun

Guildford
31 May 1999

Queen's Potato Goes Out - Exclusive Pictures

OK! Magazine

Guildford
31 May 1999

Raleigh Helps Queen to Cross Poodle

The Guardian

Guildford
31 May 1999

Alien Spud Stole My Fags

Sunday Sport

Guildford
31 May 1999

Cigarettes Cure All Known Diseases

The Lancet


Tuber Strike Off

London Evening Standard


Rothmans to Sponsor Raleigh

Monte Carlo Times

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Goodbye Mr. Chips

The Sun - after the queen dismissed Raleigh

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Chancellor admits he may have blundered with 'Tax on Potatoes' scheme

Financial Times

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Queen says 'Great Shag Walter'

The Sun

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Queen's Potato Goes Out - Exclusive Pictures

OK! Magazine

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Raleigh Helps Queen to Cross Poodle

The Guardian

ISIHAC 6, Side 3

Alien Spud Stole My Fags

Sunday Sport

ISIHAC 6, Side 3
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William Caxton invents the Printing Press

Newt Technolody Spills End To Mispronts

The Guardian

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Caxton Shows Off New Dress

The Guardian

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Monks Down Quills in Protest

Ye Mirror

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

'Fly Fishing' by J.R. Hartley made possible by good old middle ages

Publisher's Weekly

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Up Yours Gutenberg!

The Sun

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Mouse On Press Gives Caxton New Idea

Software Weekly

Canterbury
12 Jul 1997

Newt Technolody Spills End To Mispronts

The Guardian

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Caxton Shows Off New Dress

The Guardian

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Monks Down Quills in Protest

Ye Mirror

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

'Fly Fishing' by J.R. Hartley made possible by good old middle ages

Publisher's Weekly

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Up Yours Gutenberg!

The Sun

ISIHAC 5, Side 1

Mouse On Press Gives Caxton New Idea

Software Weekly

ISIHAC 5, Side 1
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William Tell shooting the Apple

'Slaughtered Apple Was My Husband' says nude alien housewife

The Sunday Sport


04 Feb 1989

German woman harpoons banana off daughter's elbow

Daily Express


04 Feb 1989

Missed!

The Sun


04 Feb 1989

Cor! What an archer

The Star


04 Feb 1989

Swiss win independence by an arrow margin

The Guardian


04 Feb 1989

Stop this cruel sport. Apple mountain comes to head

The Soft Fruit Enquirer


04 Feb 1989

Granny Smith in alps horror

Today


04 Feb 1989

Brown trousers make comeback in teenage market

Tailor & Cutter


04 Feb 1989
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