The Sunday Post
One of Britain’s best-known newspapers, The Sunday Post is a Scottish institution. For more than 100 years, we have delivered outstanding journalism, told Scotland’s stories and informed and entertained generations of readers. Our award-winning journalism, from the hardest news and heart-warming features to enthralling sport and compelling campaigns, has helped change lives and change the country.
Named Scotland’s Newspaper of the Year in 2018, The Post’s journalism, whether in print or online, is built on accuracy, decency, and fairness and has, through the years, made it a Sunday essential for millions of Scots, young and old, at home or abroad.
Our lively news, features and sport pages are complemented by our award-winning lifestyle magazine, P.S, covering everything from fashion and entertainment to travel and homes. Meanwhile, our opinion pages are home to some of Scotland’s most important voices, including household names like Kenny Dalglish and Judy Murray.
Of course, Sunday would not be Sunday without Oor Wullie and the Broons, The Post’s iconic cartoon strips. Scotland’s favourite schoolboy and best-loved family have been entertaining Scots for generations but remain as popular as they have ever been. Indeed, Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail had the whole country talking – and walking – in 2019 when 200 spectacular statues appeared across Scotland to help raise a fortune for children’s hospital charities.
From hard-hitting investigations and riveting human interest stories to Wullie and the gang on Glebe Street, the Sunday Post has been, is and will remain Scotland’s Sunday best.
The Pass it On podcast from The Sunday Post brings together hints and tips from 1950’s housewives; inventive and sometimes baffling tips were collated into a series of books and now a podcast which asks: are these tips useful to today’s householders? Available to download on Apple, Spotify and Google.