The big-collared comic offers a typically crazed look back at the year on the small screen, focusing on the programmes viewers thought he had missed during the break between series of TV Burp. Expect songs, sketches, celebrity guests and probably even the odd fight as Harry casts his comedy net far and wide. There is a spot of ice skittering after thanks to a repeat of Dancing on Ice: The Story of Bolero with Torvill and Dean. The documentary was originally shown to mark the 25th anniversary of the performance that won Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. The film goes back to the beginning of the partnership, revealing how the former policeman and insurance clerk first met and began working toward creating the masterpiece with which they achieved ice dancing's first score of 12 perfect sixes. We suspect another reason for airing this repeat is to limber up viewers for the new series of Dancing on Ice. Did you know Emma Bunton - who has never ice skated in her life ('she's there for the performance aspect' apparently) - has replaced Ruthie Henshall as a judge? Didn't quite generate the same publicity as Arlene Phillips getting bumped for Alesha Dixon, but you can't win them all, ITV.