Eurovision Insight Podcast: Turbo-Ceilidh Ahoy!Written by Ewan Spence on January 13, 2017 | 2 Comments

As National Final season kicks into a higher gear, stay up to date with all of the news, views, and music by listening to the ESC Insight podcast online, adding the RSS Feed to your favourite podcast application, or clicking here to follow us in iTunes and never miss an episode.

It’s your first double-screen weekend with heats in Lithuania and Hungary to take in on Saturday. Throw in news on the Greek selection (we have a name!), a marathon listen of Georgia’s 25 songs (there are some delightful gems), and the return of Latvia’s Lauren Laverne, it’s been another great week in the world of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Turbo-Ceilidh Ahoy!

Have the Greeks finally made their minds up, will Sanremo keep everything a secret, and are we getting enough Beaver action in Latvia? Ewan Spence brings you more Insights from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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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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2 responses to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: Turbo-Ceilidh Ahoy!”

  1. As you say Ewan, it’s now keeping track of what is going on, which NF to watch…

    I know that each nation is really only interested in their own NF and it’s only us mad fanatics who get annoyed with clashes but don’t you think that maybe the ‘smaller’ nations should think about scheduling their NF apart from everyone else? A bit like how Minardi in F1 used to get their cars out first to get some tv coverage? Just me?

    I better get my blogging arse into gear… ;)

  2. Ewan Spence says:

    Co-ordinate for a few thousand online fans, or make sure you spend your TV budget money to get the maximum return for hundreds and thousands of national viewers? It’s an easy call… you go for the maximum.

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