It's that time of year, when a glut of RTE presenters and correspondents outline their top stories from 2012. It was a year when the Olympics came to London, President Barack Obama won a second term in the US, and Felix Baumgartner became the first man to freefall from space. UTV are airing their own review of 2012 from 7.00pm, which will look back at the main stories of the past 12 months in news and sport, from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations and the Belfast summer floods, to Team GB's triumphant performance at the Olympic Games in London and golfer Rory McIlroy's PGA Championship victory. If you fancy retrospecting at a later hour, with a dash of humour thrown in, Channel 4 have the Last Leg of the Year with comedian Adam Hills at 11.05pm.
RTE Review of The Year. RTE1: 6.30pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 11:26 | Sunday 30th December 2012 | TV Highlights
Great War Diaries
This year marks the centenary of World War I, so you have probably noticed the great deal of programmes that have been on...BBC Two |
Channel 4: 9:00pm
The second installment of The Inbetweeners movies will be out next week, so you can get yourselves in the mood by watching...
The Godfather Part III
The final movie in probably the greatest trilogy of all time, pat on the back for Francis Ford Coppola. It's now twenty...RTE Two |
Crossfire Celebrity Special
This new game show from TV3 gets its celebrity twist as Sean Moncrieff puts some famous faces to the test. Well, they are...TV3 |
It's almost the end of summer, have you had the time of your life? Did you carry any watermelons? Did anybody put you in a...TV3 |
Another chance to see the show that gripped the nation a few months ago. It tells the story of the Cawley family, who are...RTE One |
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