If you're a music fan who's planning on staying in this New Year's Eve, you'll have more choice this year than Jools Holland's Hootenanny and whatever documentary about the '70s that's on BBC Four.

Whether Robbie Williams will be to your particular taste or not is another thing.

Either way, he'll be playing a huge gig at Central Hall in London's Westminister that will be broadcast live on BBC One, both in the lead-up to midnight and after the fireworks and inevitable singing of Auld Lang Syne.

His performance follows previous concerts featuring Bryan Adams (2015) and Queen with Adam Lambert (2014) - and considering both of those shows were the most-watched TV performances of the year, it's a real coup for Williams.

If you're heading to his Aviva Stadium gig next June, 'Robbie Rocks Big Ben Live' will give you a taster of what to expect - with both songs from new album 'The Heavy Entertainment Show' and a greatest hits setlist promised.