While I realize this was meant to be helpful advice, I’m not sure if it was intended as an actual solution for the OP’s stated problem… but it isn’t.
There are times when the weather at my house is particularly bad and I’ll have multiple shows fail to record (or be so terribly choppy that they’re unwatchable), usually from stations whose signals are barely strong enough to receive during ideal conditions. Having a way to get rid of all the failed or low-signal garbage (like managing it in a consolidated list) would be very useful.
There will always be cases where recordings will fail for one reason or another - changing your antenna doesn’t negate that fact. A larger antenna could just pull in additional weak-signal stations that would have the same problem. It’s sort of like a telling someone with a clogged drain to buy a larger sink to hold more water rather than unclogging the drain… it might do the trick for that specific instance, but isn’t a fix for the core issue.