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There is also "The Game" sports section which appears on Mondays only and the "Bricks & Mortar" property supplement on Fridays.
Rupert Murdoch's News International purchased The Times (as part of Times Newspaper Limited) from Roy Thomson in 1981.
The Times Library Edition was introduced on 2nd July 1917.
Celebrities you can expect to see in a back issue Times 50th Birthday newspaper from 1962 range from rock to film stars: The Times is part of Times Newspapers Limited and is a subsidiary of News International, which is owned by the News Corporation group under Mr Rupert Murdoch (the world media baron).
It is printed Monday-Saturday in compact (tabloid) format and has an average daily circulation of 600,962 as of December 2008.
This was largely due to its popularity as a trusted source by both government and education institutions that held past copies for their own records.