Were you settling down last night to watch the Beeb's The Riots: In Their Own Words documentary and were a little confused by the presence of 3D Nazis thanks to a repeat of Operation Crossbow instead?
Well, Last night, the BBC were forced to pull part 1 of the documentary due to a court order.
The two part series, the second part of which is due to air tonight at 9pm, gives dramatic, first-hand accounts from those who were on the frontline - the rioters and the police - with the aid of first-hand accounts, dramatic reconstruction of events and "never before seen" footage.
According to Digital Spy, the BBC didn't comment on the nature of the court order against the programme, or which judge had issued the ruling. A statement from the broadcaster read: "A court order has been made that has prevented the BBC from broadcasting the programme The Riots: In Their Own Words tonight. We will put it out at a later date." And that's all they were saying about that.
The second instalment, which focusses on the police and their interpretation of the riots, is due to air tonight - look, we’ve highlighted it and everything - but no one's quite sure if this programme is also affected by the mysterious court order.