Eurovision Insight Podcast: Daily News From Tbilisi, Sunday 26th November Written by on November 25, 2017 | 1 Comment

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Recorded rather late on the night before the Grand Final of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017, Ewan, Lisa, Richard, and Luke consider the impressive performances of the Jury Final and what you should watch out for during the live show.

…and there’s not a bus in sight during this cast

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Daily News From Tbilisi, Sunday 26th November

Ewan Spence, Lisa-Jayne Lewis, Luke Giles, and Richard Taylor review the Jury Final of JESC 2017 and preview the Grand Final in today’s coverage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

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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: Daily News From Tbilisi, Sunday 26th November”

  1. Eurojock says:

    I was hoping for a clear pointer for a winner but as you guys have perched yourself firmly on the fence, I’ll stick my neck out and say it’s between Australia and Malta (both strong on jury vote) and Russia and Belarus (either of whom could win online). Based on your observations that the online vote could be fairly flat, I’m going for the former two – but I think that Malta’s online vote will hold up better than Australia’s – so it’s Malta for me, with Belarus second and Australia third.

    All the best for the radio broadcast this afternoon.

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