Prayers really welcome friends! Tomorrow I’ll be interviewed for The Sunday Post. It’s delivered by post UK and worldwide.
It’s a great honour indeed to be featured in this secular Scottish tabloid.
‘Founded in 1914 and published by DC Thomson : Scotland’s favourite family newspaper since 1914. Awards : Newspaper of the Year at the Scottish Press Awards 2013.
It features the much loved cartoons Oor Wullie and The Broons! It’s delivered by post UK & worldwide.’
Please pray for the interviewer and myself. Also for the 158,000+ readers, that the Holy Spirit will touch, heal and set them free in Jesus precious name. All glory and honour to God.
I’ll announce the date of publication, once confirmed.
Thanks so much indeed. Laura
About The Sunday Post
Circulation 158,059 (November 2013)
The Sunday Post is a weekly newspaper published in Dundee, Scotland by DC Thomson, and characterised by a mix of news, human interest stories and short features. The paper was founded in 1814 and has a wide circulation across Scotland, Northern Ireland, and parts of Northern England which may at some points in its history have reached three to five million readers.
The current editor is Donald Martin. He is assisted by Iain Harrison as Assistant Editor (News & Sport), Andy Clark as Assistant Editor (Production & Digital), and Dawn Donaghey as Head of Content.
In the 1950s, when the newspaper was confined largely to Scotland, sales of the Sunday Post were so high that it was recorded in The Guinness Book of Records as the newspaper with the highest per capita readership penetration of anywhere in the world. It has seen a slow decline, in 1999 having circulation of 700,000, dropping to 158,059 in November 2013.
In 2014 a weekly magazine supplement was reintroduced. Called IN10, it features entertainment, food, homes, gardens, travel and books as well as The Sunday Post’s man in Hollywood, Ross King.