As we bid goodbye to 2022, here are the pick of tonight’s viewing – from chat with Jennifer Zamparelli to Graham Norton, Westlife live in Dublin to Jools’ Annual Hootenanny . . .

New Year’s Eve Party, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Streaming on RTÉ Player

Jennifer Zamparelli kicks the celebrations off with a bang in a star-studded studio.

Irish rock legends Ash, pop superstar Tom Grennan, singing sensation Lyra, swinging 60's icon Donovan, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and other surprise performers will take to the stage.

House band on the night, the Hothouse Flowers will also perform some uplifting numbers with Clare Sands and the Discovery Gospel Choir.

Jen will also be joined in studio by a host of special guests including Love Island’s Jack Keating (above), Eurovision’s Brooke Scullion, Marty Whelan, 2022’s GAA champions, Kerry’s Tik Tokking Fleming Family, Cork actress Demi Isaac Oviawe and more.

Viewers can expect plenty of surprises, as Jennifer and her guests reflect on the last 12 months and set new resolutions - with plenty of laughs promised along the way.

The show is followed at 11.45pm by NYE Countdown Concert with Westlife. It features the pop band as they headline the New Year's Festival Dublin, performing in the new Festival Village on North Wall Quay adjacent to the East Link Bridge.

Mrs Brown’s Boys New Year’s Special, 9.40pm, RTÉ One

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In an episode called Mammy's Hair Loom, Buster and Dermot are convinced Cathy's boyfriend Boris is a vampire - and there's only one way to deal with vampires.

Agnes awaits the valuation of an 'antique' vase that's been in the family for generations, and Father Damien is called away to tend to some depressed chickens.

The Graham Norton New Year’s Eve Show, 10.25pm, BBC One

Graham Norton presents his traditional end-of-year show, joined by Oscar-winner Olivia Colman and Bafta rising star Micheal Ward, who are co-starring in Sam Mendes' romantic drama Empire of Light.

Actor-musician Hugh Laurie, comedian Romesh Ranganathan and Lioness captain Leah Williamson also make their way onto Graham's celebrity sofa.

Cabaret stars Callum Scott Howells and Madeline Brewer chat and perform Wilkommen and Don't Tell Mama from the West End revival.

Followed at 11.30pm by Sam Ryder Rocks New Year's Eve, where the Eurovision star presents a New Year's Eve concert, from Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, where he blasts out a selection of hits from across the decades.

He is also joined by fellow music stars for special duets and special takes on classic hits, pausing only for the chimes of Big Ben and the traditional fireworks display over the Thames.

Jools’ Annual Hootenanny, 11.30pm, BBC Two

The pianist and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra see in the new year alongside an array of musical greats from the present and the past.

They include Andy Fairweather Low, Cat Burns, Gabrielle, George Ezra, Roland Gift, the perennial guest Ruby Turner, Self Esteem, the Real Thing and Rachael & Vilray.

Plus, as is tradition, Jools counts the seconds down to midnight before the Pipes and Drums of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards play viewers into 2023.

Bagatelle - Ómós do Liam Reilly, 9.30pm, TG4

Here’s a treat for music fans of a certain vintage - a feature-length documentary telling the story of Irish Rock band Bagatelle.

It's a tribute to the late Liam Reilly, the lead singer and songwriter in the band, who passed away in January 2021.

In this one-off special, fans can hear the classic songs of Bagatelle performed by many well -nown musicians.

From the High Kings performing Summer in Dublin and Tommy Fleming singing Boston Rose, it also features the remaining members of Bagatelle and many guests, including Ryan Mc Mullen, singing The Streets of New York.

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