Join Ewan Spence as he takes you through the Eurovision song Contest 2010′s Grand Final. Start the track as the show begins, and pause at the beeps for each song to be performed.
A bit more free and easy today as I hook up with a bundle of fans and reporters in the shuttle bus between the Telenor and the EuroClub. What do we make of the final, and can they replace the Electrical Guitars of Inspectore Callahan?
Everyone knows Pete Waterman and Mike Stock are behind the UK song “That Sounds Good To Me”, but there’s a third man in the mix. I sit down with lyricst Steve Crosby in his role as the Pete Best of the UK entry.
Join Ewan Spence as he takes you through the second Eurovision Semi Final. Start the track as the show begins, and pause at the beeps for each song to be performed.
Ewan sits down with Welsh singer Jon Lilygreen to find out just why this pub singer from the Rhonnda is representing Cyprus this year at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest
Join Ewan Spence as he takes you through the first Eurovision Semi Final. Start the track as the show begins, and pause at the beeps for each song to be performed.
This year’s performer for the United Kingdom is Josh Dubovie, and I caught up with him earlier today to find out what other dreams he has, alongside winning Eurovision.
Saturday night saw Georgia host a part inside Oslo’s Opera House, and I took the chance to grab some Eurovision people to talk about what’s been going on in the week of open rehearsals
The final five songs in 2010 face a Eurovision Juke Box Jury of Lynne McCrossan and Bruce Devlin. Germany, Spain, France, Norway and the United Kingdom, all introduced by Ewan Spence
Serbia, Belarus, Romania, Belgium and Moldova submit to the Juke Box Jury of Elaine Dove and David Elder, in their final jury of the 2010 contest, Ewan Spence, as always, is in the host’s chair.
Karina Westerman and Paul Jordan return to the Eurovision Juke Box Jury bench to judge the Netherlands, Malta, Albania, Bulgaria and Latvia. Ewan Spence hosts.
David Elder and Elaine Dove join Ewan Spence to judge five more songs in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest – this show has Finland, Slovenia, Ukraine (take 1), Ukraine (take 2) and Greece.
Turkey, Croatia, Iceland, Israel and Ireland are the next five songs to be discussed on the Eurovision Podcast’s Juke Box Jury. Joining Ewan Spence is comedian Bruce Devlin and author Lynne McCrossan.
Five more tracks from this year’s Eurovision step up in fron of the judges. Paul Jordan and Karina Westerman again join Ewan Spence to listen to Estonia, Portugal, Cyprus, Russia and Macedonia. http://bit.ly/ewanesc
Five more Eurovision 2010 tracks stand before judges Ewan Spence, Elaine Dove and David Elder. Will Azerbaijahn, Armenia, Lithuania, Sweden or Georgia be the hits for the jury?
Five of this year’s Eurovision tracks come before judges Ewan Spence, Paul Jordan and Karina Westerman. Will Denmark, Bosnia, Poland, Slovakia or Switzerland be the hits or the misses of this year’s Eurovision.
There’s a lot of complex issues behind the two words of political voting, and it’s this area that is explored in the latest Short Guide to Eurovision.