The Sun: "Robin: His final hours"
Metro: "Agony of his final hours revealed"
Daily Mirror: "Tortured"
Daily Mail: "He was facing bankruptcy"
Daily Star: "Comedy legend Robin's tragic last tweet"
The Scotsman: "Tributes for Robin Williams"
The Guardian: "His genius was defined by irrationality – a divine madness that seemed like it would never expire" (by Russell Brand)
Not one but two broadcasters apologised yesterday for their coverage of the death.
Channel 4 News said sorry for using an excerpt of Williams' classic film Good Morning, Vietnam in which he says "get a rope and hang me".
Channel 4 said: "We'd like to apologise for including what was an inappropriate line from Good Morning, Vietnam in our play-out from tonight's programme."
Radio station Talksport apologised after breakfast presenter Alan Brazil said "I don't have a lot of sympathy, I'm sorry," when discussing Williams' suicide, and said he would be more upset if Robbie Williams had died.
That station said: "Talksport would like to apologise for any offence caused. Alan's comments do not reflect the views of the station."