An inquest is due to open into the death of a guest who appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show.
The ITV programme was cancelled following the death of Steve Dymond, a week after he was filmed for the talk show.
Mr Dymond, who was 63, was found dead at his home in Portsmouth on May 9 after reportedly taking a lie-detector test on the daytime programme.
He split from fiancee Jane Callaghan after failing the test.
The inquest is due to start at Portsmouth Coroner's Court.
The show had been a regular fixture on screens since 2005, but it was axed following criticism from MPs and the public. Presenter Kyle has said he is "utterly devastated by the recent events".
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