Joined once more by Luke Fisher, the latest Insight podcast recaps Junior Eurovision 2012, takes in the rest of the Eurovision news from the last, and music from Anastasiya Petryk.
Another Insight podcast, today reviewing the first day of rehearsals at Junior Eurovision 2012 with Luke Fisher from EscXtra. Who stood out, who has issues, and who threw a stroppy fit to get more time?
It’s the first Juke Box Jury show of Junior Eurovision 2012, and we have two new judges in Russell Davies and Roy Bennett rate Albania, Sweden, Georgia, and Russia, as a hit, a miss, or a maybe.
This week’s Insight podcast looks at the Eurovision tickets going on sale, Melodfiestivalen’s line up for heats three and four, Portugal pulling out, and the small matter of Junior Eurovision starting in Amsterdam.
In this week’s Insight podcast we’ve got the low-down on tickets for Eurovision in May, news from the National Finals and Internal selections, thoughts on the Melodifestivalen draw, and music from Mary N’Diaye.
Time for the podcasts to switch to a weekly schedule. Some thoughts on the new running order rules, more confirmed performers for the National Finals, and another JESC interval act. Hosted by Ewan Spence, with music from LA The Voices.
So, has anything happened since the last podcast? One or two rule changes, the Eurobash convention, the ABU Song Festival, and news on our Euroclub. Let’s round up the latest news and get some Eurovision Insight!
Anouk steps up to the plate, the Junior running order, Belarus vs Switzerland, Swedish hosts, the Eurobash, and music from Rona Nishliu.
More Insight! More entries for Junior Eurovision! More National Final New! And more music from Switzerland’s selection process. For this week,’s podcast, it’s the turn of The Fires!
We’re up to 35 countries who’ve said yes to Eurovision 2013, and the National Final submission process is well under way. Time for some more numbers and news in the latest podcast, with music from Marcello Alexander as he sings ‘Im Hotel Mama’
September 1st has passed, and the Eurovision Song Contest is now ‘in season’. Our latest podcast has the news from JESC, National Final dates, music from Männerchor Steili Kressä, and more!
It’s the last podcast of the quiet summer, before the September 1st deadline. We can plan more national Final trips, submit more songs, and from next week, can hopefully start listening as well.
It feels a bit like the world of Eurovision is in hibernation, with only little scraps of news to fill up the podcast. September 1st is approaching though, so get ready to wake up! With music from Engelbert Humperdinck, or was it Kermit the Frog?
Why we’re off to Malmo, the important dates for your Eurovision diary, BBC budgets, more countries entering Junior Eurovision, and music courtesy of RTE and the 1965 Song Contest. Hosted by Ewan Spence, www.escinsight.com.
How the Jury works, Abba replaced in Sweden, online viewing figures, Junior withdrawals, and music from Joan Franka.
We have viewing figures, jury results, more National Final winners, and our first ‘Second Chance’ of the Summer from Switzerland. All that and more in the latest Insight podcast.
It all starts again. Even as we look back on the 2012 contest, our next Eurovision cities are calling us. Amsterdam (JESC 2012) and Stockholm (ESC 2013, and yes, we’re 99.95% sure it’s going to the capital) are on the horizon, and we’ll have all the news, national finals, gossip, and entries as they happen in the regular ESC Insight podcast.
Tickets go on sale, JESC venue and dates announced, five national final winners,, two presentations, the last few semi finals… and Engelbert Humperdinck at the wrong speed. It;s your weekly Insight podcast.