One team member is reduced to being a few written notes this week, and another finally gets to bask in the glory of their country’s Eurovision victory as we look at the 1986 Contest held in Bergen, Norway.
In a podcast that may come with a health warning, this week features the first retrospective review that includes a semi-final as we look at the 2004 Contest that took place in Istanbul, Turkey.
In what might be our most politically incorrect episode ever, the team review the songs of the 1971 Contest which took place in Dublin, Ireland.
This week, the team sits through the endurance test that was 2001 as we look back at the last time the Contest was hosted in Denmark, hopefully serving DR a guide of how NOT to host the Eurovision Song Contest next year.
As we get into the off-season, we start our series of retrospective reviews with the 2003 Contest which was held in Riga, Latvia. An edition of the contest that holds a lot of fond (and a few not-so fond) memories for all of the team.
A best-of compilation of all the best rants, funny moments and stand out moments of the Euro Dummies Podcast over the 2013 Eurovision season.
The team are finally reunited just in time to reflect on the final outcome of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest, as well as the show itself. We also talk a little on what next year’s host broadcaster should and shouldn’t do, and pin down what the team members’ respective countries should do next year.
Today, Kylie and Yoni are joined by our special guest David in order to mull over the Semi 2 results before making our predictions for the eventual outcome of the Final.
Today, Kylie and Yoni are joined by our special guest Anna in order to carry out a post mortem over the Semi 1 results before making our predictions for who we think will qualify from Semi 2.
Eurovision Week is finally upon us, so the Euro Dummies team go through the first semi-final and stamp on their predictions for who they think will be the first 10 countries to survive another night.