Who won Junior Eurovision? Who will win the Swiss National Final? Who can stop Charlotte Perelli? Can anyone read the Ukranian Rulebook? All that and more with Ewan Spence and this week’s Eurovision news.
Join Ewan on the final chat show at Junior Eurovision as we share memories and predictions with Liam Clark, Ervin Juhasz and Luke Fisher (ESCxtra), Sharleen Wright (ESC Insight), and JP (Radio International).
Melissa and Joanne from Duncan Place are the judges in the last Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to The Netherlands, Macedonia, Latvia and Russia.
Joining Ewan on the daily chat show to talk about the last technical rehearsals and the importance of tonight’s Dress Rehearsal at Junior Eurovision are Liam Clark, Luke Fisher (ESCxtra) and Sharleen Wright (ESC Insight).
Joining Ewan on the daily ESC Insight chat show to talk about the second day of technical rehearsals at Junior Eurovision are Liam Clark and Luke Fisher (ESCxtra), Sharleen Wright (ESC Insight), Anton Kulakov (ESC Rus) and JP (Radio International).
Joining Ewan on the daily chat show to talk about the first day’s rehearsals at Junior Eurovision. With Liam Clark and Luke Fisher (ESCxtra), Sharleen Wright and Steven Newby (ESC Insight), and JP (Radio International).
Jordan, Maddie, and Rachel from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to the JESC songs from Georgia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Belarus, and Sweden.
The latest news from the world of Eurovision in this week’s Insight podcast, including the ping pong ball stadium, the 70′s afro explosion, a puzzle for the statisticians, the return of The Spin Doctors, and music from Belgium’s 2012 singer, Airis.
Georgia, Andrew and Nicole from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to this year’s Junior Eurovision songs from Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belgium. Will they be a hit, a miss, or a maybe?
An Armenian singer returns for Junior Eurovision, a victorious singer returns to Switzerland, a long running musical contest announces dates, two fan favourites unite for a duet, and I wish Babel Fish had a second chance in this week’s podcast round-up of the news.
A bumper crop of news from the world of Eurovision (including the Junior Eurovision Song Contest), with song submissions, National Final heats, PR fluff from Jedward, the new beer of Eurovision, and music from Sosofluo.
The latest Eurovision news in the Insight Podcast, with more JESC finalists, ESC National Final heats, the return of Lys Assia, Ell and Nikki in London, and music from the Rast Jazz Group.
Junior Eurovision National Finals are well under way, with half the field now selected for Yerevan; more countries prepare to select their song and performer for Baku; and what am I up to instead of Eurobash? All that and music from Ultra Nate, with a little help from Sweden…
The clock has started, 267 days to go, songs can be published and still be eligible, and the Grand Final is set for Saturday May 26th. All that, more news, and music from Georgea Blakey, in the latest Insight Podcast.
We’re still here, just tied up with Summer Holidays, Fringe shows, and a rare burst of sunshine in Edinburgh. On with the show, as the podcast turns to Baku 2012, the Swiss National Final, JESC entries, and music from Britney Spears & Eric Saade.
News from the Reference Group meeting, JESC national final news, deadlines for some ESC 2012 submissions and music from Hera Bjork. It’s time for our regular Insight podcast with all the Eurovision Song Contest news.
A welcome return to the Slovakian Status Update opening, dates and details for National Finals, JESC confirms 11 entries, and music from Hotel FM in the latest news podcast from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest.
360 days to go, but before then, the weekly news from around the Eurovision world, including Russia’s announcement of their JESC 2011 entry, the viewing figures for the 2011 Contest and music from Anke Engelke, the “real” winner of Eurovision.
The Barabara Dex and Marcel Bezencon awards for 2011, eleven countries for 2012, the Azerbaijani choice of stadium and goodbye to Stefan Raab. With the postcard music from Gary Go, hosted by Ewan Spence.