The team are joined by Sadie Trent from ESC Daily and Rory Gannon from ESC Views to discuss Ukraine’s history in Eurovision and we count down who the listeners voted as their favourite Ukrainian entries.
Bonswa! That’s ‘hello’ in Maltese if you’re reading this in the afternoon, if you’re reading in the morning, then it’s “bonġu”!
The jury rehearsal for this year’s Junior Eurovision has come and gone, and most of the scores are now being decided as we speak. So, with Kylie on the ground and John back in the UK keeping an eye on the news, will they agree on the eventual result?
The second of two shows reviewing the songs competing in the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
The first of two shows reviewing the songs competing in the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
A very, very delayed second part of our 2007 review is finally here, and Kylie has three guests to act as substitute teachers: our old friend John, Ann from ESC Armchair and Elaine of Elainovision fame, sit back as we finally finish our look into the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in Helsinki, Finland.
The team are joined by regular guest Ciaran from The Eurovision Showcase and face the biggest semi-final EVER as we look at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in Helsinki, Finland.
It’s one of the shortest contests ever as we look at the 1959 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in Cannes, France.
The team try their best not to be distracted by playing Pokémon Go, but end up discussing “Eurovision singers as Pokémon” as we look at the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in London, United Kingdom.