Eurovision Insight Podcast: Junior Juke Box Jury #1 Written by on November 15, 2016 | 1 Comment

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With a Eurovision just around the corner, it’s time to call the bench to order for another series of Juke Box Jury. We’re compressing Junior JBJ into the week of Junior Eurovision (but we’ve recorded all the shows before rehearsals saturated to get a level playing field).

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Junior Juke Box Jury #1
With Andrew Main, and Richard Taylor.

The Netherlands: Kisses And Dancin’, by Kisses.
Serbia: U La La La, by Dunja Jeličić.
Armenia: Tarber, by Anahit & Mary.
Australia: We Are, by Alexa Curtis.
Malta: Parachute, by Christina.

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About The Author: Ewan Spence

British Academy (BAFTA) nominated broadcaster and writer Ewan Spence is the voice behind The Unofficial Eurovision Song Contest Podcast and one of the driving forces behind ESC Insight. Having had an online presence since 1994, he is a noted commentator around the intersection of the media, internet, technology, mobility and how it affects us all. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, his work has appeared on the BBC, The Stage, STV, and The Times. You can follow Ewan on Twitter (@ewan) and Facebook (facebook.com/ewanspence).

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One response to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: Junior Juke Box Jury #1”

  1. Eurojock says:

    Based on the videos I would put all the songs on today’s Junior JBJ in the non-winner’s but potential top 10 category. There were no duds. But I imagine a lot will depend on vocals, stage presence and staging which may be even more variable in Junior than in Adult. There is also the question of the draw. The strongest songs have been drawn early which may open up the way for someone with an inferior song but a late draw and a good performance to take it. But how important will running order be, given there is no televote but three different types of jury?

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