For a couple of years, it looked as if “100 Greatest” or “50 Greatest” television programmes might just eat up the whole of the schedules in Britain. Channels gave over whole evenings to raiding their archives and there was hardly a subject that they didn’t broach. The results, perhaps predictably, were often mixed but occasionally they got it just about right and this is what happened with “The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments”. Originally broadcast on the eve of the 2002 World Cup on Channel 4, this two and a half hour marathon was hosted by the comedian Bob Mortimer and went down the route of showing some outstanding archive footage combined with a wide range of journalists former players and (when, one suspects, they couldn’t find anyone else) a range of comedians) filling in the gaps and generally stating the obvious. Still, it’s an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours and is well worth watching.