We’re already at the penultimate installment of the Top 100 Eurovision Songs ever, join me in counting down for the second-last time the next batch of Euro Hits that just missed out on a top 10 place.
This week’s Juke Box Jury podcast asks David Elder and Elaine Dove to sit in judgement over the 2012 entries from Serbia, Austria, Georgia, Romania, and Lithuania.
Howard Atkinson wants to remind us all that the juries are not a monolithic announcement, but forty two groups of individuals, and they could still let the Buranovskiye Babusis walk away with the 2012 Grand Prix. Here’s how…
The weekly news from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest, looking back at Amsterdam’s Preview Concert and looking forward to West End Eurovision and the London Preview. With music from Isfar Sarabski.
The 4th part of our countdown of the top 100 songs of all Eurovision Songs. This week, we hit the top 30, taking us down to number 21 and a few others chucked in for good measure.
Donald McNaughton and Andrew Main return to the bench to judge Sovakia, Belarus, Belgium, Croatia, and Russia’s entries to the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, As always Ewan Spence is your host, is the weekly Juke Box Jury podcast.
Okay America, listen up. On the other side of the Pond, there’s a massive party going on, and we just don’t know about it. What will it take for the Eurovision Song Contest to jump across the Atlantic?
Time for our weekly Insight podcast, with the news from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest, as the 42 countries continue to prepare for Baku, and music from Angun Kazimova.
The third instalment of our All-Time Euro Top 100 chart. Together with a few stragglers that didn’t quite do the trick.
From “Answer Me This”, we have Olly Man and Helen Zaltzman as this week’s special guest judges, with Ewan Spence attempting to host, as we judge Switzerland, Cyprus, Denmark, Malta, and Norway.
The latest news from the world of Eurovision, as the previews mount up, and Baku gets ever closer. Supported by TEAS.eu, with music from Sabina Rakcheyeva. Hosted by Ewan Spence, www.escinsight.com.
Dr Paul Jordan takes a look at the issue of language in the songs of Eurovision, from the fourteen songs in this year’s selection and back through the history of the Song Contest.
Continuing our look at the discography of the Eurovision Song Contest in our quest to find the perfect song, Steven Newby not only takes in the songs at #50-#41, but looks at the lower reaches of the charts for the songs that didn’t make it. Who do you think will be the lowest scoring song of Eurovision history?
With a few weeks till we all travel to Eurovision, ESC Insight brings you a three part series on travelling to the coast of the Caspian Sea. First, our resident travel guru Sharleen Wright talks about best way to travel to and in Azerbaijan – from visas and currency, to hotels and transport.
Andrew Main and Donald McNaughton are on duty as they join Ewan Spence to look over Estonia, Greece, San Marino, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Ireland, in this week’s Juke Box Jury selection from Eurovision 2012.
Announced guests at the preview aparties, a new series on the Insight website, and some rather familiar formats on TV. With music from Aziza Mustafa Zadeh.
With seven weeks until we jet off to the coast of the Caspian Sea, wouldn’t it be a nice idea to do something unique, that has never been tried before… a retrospective on the last fifty six editions of ‘Europe’s Favourite Television Show’. Relax, though, there’s a new angle that tells us something new about the Contest. Which song is closest to perfection?