Journal and magazine articles

Scope and Content

BRITISH JOURNALISM REVIEW

- 1990 Vol. 1, No. 2, "The Deathbed Repentence" (pp. 4-12)

- 1991 Vol. 2, No. 3, Book review: "Lords of Fleet Street: The Harmsworth Dynasty" by Richard Bourne, (pp. 55-56, 60)

- 1994 Vol. 5, No. 3, "The first nude in Fleet Street", (pp. 17-19)

- 1995 Vol. 6, No. 2, "For Balliol read Blackpool", (pp. 9-18)

- 1996 Vol. 7, No. 1, "Grumpy. The man who...", (pp. 34-44)

- 1996 Vol. 7, No. 4, "Whose finger on the voters?" (pp. 21-40)

- 1997 Vol. 8, No. 2, "The Godfather of the Tabloids" (pp. 34-44)

THE OLDIE

- 14 May 1993, "Mr Major's Meritocracy" (pages 16-19)

- 6 August 1993, "To Pee or not to pee" (pages 16-19)

- June 1995, "Three PMs" (pages 34-37)

- January 1996, "How to love your mother-in-law" (pages 29-3"1)

- November 1996, "Female infallibility" (pages 26-28)

ENCOUNTER

- August 1974, "R.H.S. Crossman, the Pop Columnist" (pp. 78-81)

- September 1981, "The So-Called 'Military Coup' of 1968" (pp. 11-21)

- 1958, "The future Labour offers You", published by The Labour Party. Election pamphlet conceived by Hugh Cudlipp. Designed, executed and written by Hugh Cudlipp and colleagues of the Daily Mirror.

RHODES UNIVERSITY JOURNALISM REVIEW

PHOTOGRAPHY: July 1993, "Getting the Lambs to Gambol"

SOUTHERN ARTS: April/May 1985, "The Arts: It's time the public came to the rescue"

NEW HORIZONS: 1991, "Senior Citizens of the world unite!"

REEDLINK Newsletter for pensioners: 1993, "Senior Citizens of the world unite!"

MISCELLANEOUS

- 1958, "Stop Press on Russia" Hugh Cudlipp reports on a visit (Published by the Daily Mirror Newspapers Ltd)

- Unknown publication, 1965, "The Humble Seeker after Knowledge" - a profile of Cecil King (article only)

- Newspaper Yearbook, 1997, "Seventy years before the masthead" (pp. 5-7)