Private Eye (magazine) | Wikipedia audio article
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00:00:42 1 History
00:02:56 2 Style of the magazine
00:05:33 3 Frequent targets for parody and satire
00:06:21 4 Frequent and notable investigations
00:07:26 5 Regular sections
00:07:36 5.1 Regular columns
00:14:16 5.2 Satirical and entertaining columns
00:16:18 5.3 Newspaper parodies
00:25:13 5.4 Prime Minister parodies
00:28:46 5.5 Mini-sections
00:29:26 5.6 Miscellaneous
00:31:36 6 Former sections
00:34:37 7 Special editions
00:35:27 8 In-jokes
00:37:08 9 Cartoons
00:41:55 10 Other products
00:42:26 11 iPrivate Eye/i Extras
00:43:38 12 Criticism and controversy
00:43:48 12.1 Princess Diana
00:45:01 12.2 Similar complaints
00:45:55 12.3 MMR vaccine
00:47:35 12.4 Accusations of hostility
00:49:21 12.5 Blasphemy
00:50:27 12.6 "Fake news"
00:51:26 13 Litigation
00:56:31 14 Ownership
00:58:13 15 Logo
00:59:39 16 See also
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Private Eye is a British fortnightly satirical and current affairs news magazine, founded in 1961. It is published in London and has been edited by Ian Hislop since 1986.
The publication is widely recognised for its prominent criticism and lampooning of public figures. It is also known for its in-depth investigative journalism into under-reported scandals and cover-ups.
Private Eye is Britain's best-selling current affairs magazine, and such is its long-term popularity and impact that many of its recurring in-jokes have entered popular culture. The magazine bucks the trend of declining circulation for print media, having recorded its highest ever circulation in the second half of 2016.