Sunday papers and arresting photojournalism just go together. The day of rest is simply not meant for reading densely-packed paragraphs [the Sunday tabloids are for kiss-and-tells, which are generally all about just the salient quotes].
Here are some highlights:
Top: Monty Python onstage in London, 1983 (Clive Arrowsmith)
Bottom: Mafia members on trial in Sicily, 1983 (Franco Zecchin)
The shooting of President Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley Jr, Washington DC, 1981 (Michael Evans)
An officer with recruits at a police academy near Pretoria. South Africa, 1978 (Abbas)
A little-known singer called Dolly Parton. Nashville, 1977 (David Montgomery)
Images from the Vietnam War, 1978 (Don McCullin)
The exhibition runs until 19th February 2012. More info here.