Savile claims and royal 'job-share' on front pages

Observer front page 19/1/14 Image copyright Guardian Media Group
Image caption The Observer says "a damning review" due to be published next month will reveal that BBC staff "turned a blind eye to the rape and sexual assault of up to 1,000 girls and boys by Jimmy Savile in the corporation's changing rooms and studios". The BBC said it wouldn't comment on the article.
Independent on Sunday front page 19/1/14 Image copyright IPL London
Image caption A special investigation by the Independent on Sunday claims to have uncovered a "bombshell file" on links between the Metropolitan Police and News International which was "dismissed" by the Leveson Inquiry. The paper also says Nick Clegg's job is on the line over the Lord Rennard row.
Sunday Times front page 19/1/14 Image copyright News Corp
Image caption The Sunday Times says Prince Charles will accompany the Queen on the beaches of Normandy this summer... as the monarchy moves towards an effective 'job-share'". Royal aides are "expected to announce this week the merger of his press office with that of the Queen", it adds.
Mail on Sunday front page 19/1/14 Image copyright Associated Newspapers
Image caption News of a "shock crackdown" in the Mail on Sunday - it says "David Cameron plans to strip welfare handouts from immigrants who cannot speak English". He intends "to stop printing welfare paperwork in foreign languages and prevent claimants using taxpayer-funded translators at benefits offices," it reports.
Daily Star Sunday front page 19/1/14 Image copyright Express Newspapers
Image caption The Daily Star Sunday has an interview with Coleen Nolan who says her sister Linda "was suicidal just months before entering the Celebrity Big Brother house" because of the death of their other sister Bernie. The paper also has a picture of former nanny Louise Woodward walking with her new baby.

Among a diverse array of front page stories, the Observer's claims about Jimmy Savile and the BBC are among the most eye-catching.