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|See You in Court|
|Directed by||Ross Wilson|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||6 (list of episodes)|
|Original network||BBC One|
|Picture format||16:9 1080i|
|Original release||29 March –|
17 May 2011
Episode 1: 29 March 2011
- Lembit Opik claims that national newspapers made him a figure of fun and caused him to lose his seat in the 2010 general election.
- Sheryl Gascoigne claims that red top tabloids defamed her by printing quotes they said were from her ex-husband Paul and his mother.
Episode 2: 5 April 2011
- Uri Geller challenges red-top articles, and an American television programme, about his relationship with Michael Jackson and alleged connection to Martin Bashir.
- Ali Dizaei claims newspapers have said things about him that are untrue. He was successful in receiving an apology and payout as a result of an article falsely accusing him of bigamy. He was convicted of a separate crime, for which he is serving a prison sentence.
Episode 3: 12 April 2011
- Ultramarathon runner Richard Donovan takes action against Forbes magazine for their coverage of his North Pole marathon, which he says in inaccurate and unsatisfactory.
- Finsbury Park Mosque takes action against Policy Exchange in response to their claim that they distributed extremist literature.
Episode 4: 3 May 2011
Episode 5: 10 May 2011
Episode 6: 17 May 2011
- Johnston, Philip (29 March 2011). "Lembit Opik, a 'loon'? We couldn't possibly comment". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 7 April 2011.