Durham University

University Library

Current Affairs, Newspapers and Magazines

News monitoring services and archives
19th Century British Pamphlets - JSTOR
British newspapers, 1600-1900 
Daily Telegraph (online archive 1999–)
The Economist (1997- )
The Economist Historical Archive (1843-2003)
Eighteenth Century Journal: a portal to newspapers (1685-1815)
Factiva (online archive) - worldwide coverage of newspapers (22 languages)
Financial Times (online archive 1980–)

Foreign Broadcast Information Service (1974-1996) US translations/transcripts of international radio broadcasts

Guardian (online archive 1982–)
Historic Australian newspapers (1803-1954)
Independent (online archive 1988–)
Infotrac custom newspapers - online full text archive of UK broadsheets
JISC Mediahub (1900-2007)
Kidon media link - free worldwide coverage of nearly 20,000 news sources
Le Monde (online archive 1990–)
Middle East Economic Digest (MEED) - please note the separate username and password for access
Middle East Economic Survey - one year embargo, separate username and password for access to archive
MIT Libraries Foreign Language News and Newspapers
News on screen (BUFVC) (1910-1983) 160,000 stories from cinema newsreels
Newsvault - cross search all the newspaper and magazine collections we subscribe to from Gale
Nexis UK - online archive covers local, national and international news sources
Observer (online archive 1992–)
Online newspapers - free online directory of 1000s of newspapers
Radio free Europe / Radio liberty
Sunday Telegraph (online archive 1999–)
Sunday Times (online archive 1985–)
The Times digital archive (1785–1985)
The Times (online archive 1981–)
The Times Educational Supplement (online archive 1994-)
The Times Higher Education Supplement (1995- )
The Times Literary Supplement (1994- )

Microfilm and microfiche collections

The library holds collections of newspapers on microform from local, national and international titles. These include:

You can browse titles or limit your search, using the icon at the top of the results page, by words that appear in the title.