The Daily Mirror reports on the sinking of RMS Titanic. (TV: The Invasion of Time)

The Daily Mirror was a UK newspaper title launched in 1903. The Fourth Doctor owned a copy dated 15 April 1912. It reported on the sinking of RMS Titanic. (TV: The Invasion of Time)

In 1966, the Ninth Doctor checked a copy of the Daily Mirror to see if history had been changed. Articles included Wilson's wage freeze, Moon photos from Surveyor 1, and the England football team winning 5-2 in the World Cup against West Germany, with four of England's five goals being scored by Geoff Hurst, despite the Ninth Doctor recalling Hurst had scored a hat trick. (COMIC: The Love Invasion) On 20 July of that year, Kennedy used an old copy of the Daily Mirror to clear a grimy London warehouse window as he and Bob Hall spied on the Second Doctor and Jamie McCrimmon. (PROSE: The Evil of the Daleks)

The front page of the 12 October 1970 edition of the Daily Mirror was filled with a picture of the hole the Great Houses had opened in the sky. The caption read, "NEVER GIVE UP." Christine Summerfield called it the "Old Dunkirk Spirit". (PROSE: Dead Romance)


Front page story about the victory over the Falklands. (COMIC: The Infinite Astronaut)

In June 1982, the Daily Mirror published a front page article titled, "Falklands are Taken: Victory." Ada Obiefune had a copy of the paper on her kitchen counter. (COMIC: The Infinite Astronaut)

In 1988, Ace read an issue of the paper. Its main story covered the imminent collision of a meteorite with Earth, but Ace was more interested in the football results. (TV: Silver Nemesis)

The Daily Mirror was one of the newspapers on Paul's delivery route. (PROSE: The Sooner the Better)

Behind the scenes Edit

In 2013, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the Daily Mirror publisher Trinity Mirror published a collected volume of material from its archives as part of an irregular themed series of bookazines (Doctor Who - The Archive).

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