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private eye is a magazine/newspaper sold bi-weekly and costs £1.20. Its editor is ian Hislop who features weekly on the programme have i got news for you and if you want to know what this is then you can read my review on it.
Private eye has some regualar columns e.g.Dumb Britain (where they get the stupid things that people say on game shows like the weakest link)and going live where they show what funny things have gone wrong when the presenters of programmes have "gone live"
Private eye has been running for about 40 yearrs and it takes the mickey out of various polititians. In fac tthey have to keep aside about a third of their profit for law suits because so many people sue them!
I find private eye very funny and although you have to be up with the latest politics and relevent issues it is still very funny for most people who are vaguely clever.
I have a subscription to private eye and it costs around £20 per annum. I like the private eye as it presents a satirical outlook on the week's news. There is no other newspaper or magazine like it and even the ones that are close e.g spectater they are not even as close as funny as private eye.
Celebrating 51 Glorious Years! The very best of Private Eye's unique blend of wit and ... more
humour. This 2012 Annual presents the year's best cartoons, jokes and spoofs, illustrated in colour throughout with sketches and photo-bubbles. A seasonal institution and a preennial Christmas bestseller with sales of over 75,000 copies.
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1996 for the 35th anniversary of the famous satirical magazine Private Eye (still essential reading). The vatting produced 5000 bottles and included one cask from 1961. This special edition is also unique in that it features a superb screenprinted label by the legendary gonzo illustrator Ralph Steadman.