COVERS LIBRARY
SEARCH COVER STAR: SEARCH COVER:
SEARCH YEAR: SEARCH YEAR:
TOP COVER STARS: TOP COVER STARS:
Viewing: Issue 536
536

Issue: 536
Date: 2 July 1982

On The Cover: Jimmy Saville

Theresa May Boris Johnson Issue 1454
6 October 2017
Boris Johnson Issue 1453
22 September 2017
Kim Jong-un Issue 1452
8 September 2017
1960s
Richard Ingrams Ted Heath Issue 185
17 January 1969
Issue 166
26 April 1968
Harold Wilson Issue 172
19 July 1968
1970s
Emperor Hirohito Issue 256
8 October 1971
Jim Callaghan Issue 451
30 March 1979
Harold Wilson Issue 350
16 May 1975
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Issue 712
31 March 1989
Lord Carrington Issue 489
12 September 1980
Michael Foot Issue 524
15 January 1982
1990s
Rail Privatisation Issue 891
9 February 1996
Gerry Hayes Issue 915
10 January 1997
Major Ronald Ferguson Sarah Ferguson Issue 786
31 January 1992
2000s
Richard Branson Issue 1018
29 December 2000
Issue 1139
19 August 2005
Gordon Brown Issue 1249
13 November 2009
2010s
Spanish Football Team Issue 1316
15 June 2012
Jeremy Corbyn Issue 1398
7 August 2015
EU Brexit David Cameron Issue 1412
19 February 2016
This Private Eye covers library has been transferred over from the website Ugandan Discussions. All covers and material are the copyright of Private Eye. Please email repro@private-eye.co.uk in advance for reproduction permission and details of our charges.
More From Private Eye
Only In The Magazine
Private Eye Issue 1454

ONLY £1.80
SUBSCRIBE HERE

NEXT ISSUE ON SALE
17th October 2017
In This Issue private eye
UK Secures Historic US Trade Deal with 220% Tariff on Plane Parts… JC Personality Cult Queried by St Matthew Parris – Biblical Times Exclusive… Why We Should Leave Meghan And Harry Alone – 94-page Daily Mail Special… Taking a Knee and Grabbing a Pussy: a President’s Guide to Locker Room Etiquette… Me and My Publicist, with Clare Balding… Tesht Match Shpecial – Live from Drunk-as-Lords… Uber Boss to Go to Appeal Court Once He Finds Postcode… An Evening with Peter Baxter and Henry Blofeld, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- Insp Knackered: Cops rebuffed on access to the Eye subscriber list
- Not Impress-ive: Keeping watch on the useless press watchdog
- Crash course: Slicker on banking’s long-running foresight saga

For all these stories you can buy the magazine or subscribe here and get delivery direct to your home every fortnight.

Private Eye Issue 1453