Prince died at his Minneapolis home in April of an accidental drug overdose, but no will has been found.
The mother of murdered schoolgirl Alice Gross has told an inquest jury the family "remain stunned" that the foreign criminal believed to be responsible for her death was able to come to Britain.
The producer was a former chair of Bafta.
Great Britain's Kyle Edmund bowed out in the Wimbledon first round for a fourth year running after he lost in straight sets to France's Adrian Mannarino.
Crime was at a low level at Glastonbury this year.
More than a third of elderly patients who are dying receive "invasive and potentially harmful" treatments in their last weeks of life, according to the biggest review of its kind.
The Top Gear audience grew for the first time since the new series began, with an average of 2.7 million people tuning in to Sunday's episode.
Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford will compete in the European Championships in Amsterdam next week, British Athletics has announced.
The International Cycling Union says it will make between 3,000 and 4,000 bike checks for motorised doping at the Tour de France, which begins on Saturday.