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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Rainmakers & Dressmakers Written by on April 14, 2018 | 1 Comment

It’s less than a month to the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and the pace is picking up. Ellie Chalkley and the ESC Insight team present another week of Song Contest news. Add the RSS Feed to your favourite podcast application, or click here to follow us in iTunes and never miss an episode.

Videos and opinions from the preview parties can be found everywhere, pictures from backstage at the Altice Arena in Lisbon, our journey towards this year’s Eurovision Song Contest continues.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Rainmakers & Dressmakers

Your weekly round-up of news from the world of Eurovision includes a very special returning artist for France, a mysterious flight case and a potentially miraculous fall of rain.

As the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 draws ever closer, keep listening to the ESC Insight podcast for more Eurovision news, fun, and chat. You’ll find the show in iTunes, and a direct RSS feed is also available. We also have a regular email newsletter which you can sign up to here.

About The Author: Ellie Chalkley

Ellie Chalkley is an all-round music, media and culture enthusiast and citizen of the internet. As an overly analytical pop fan and general knowledge hoarder she finds the Eurovision Song Contest bubble to be her natural home. She comments gnomically and statistically on Eurovision matters at @ellie_made.

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  1. Martin says:

    Your assumptions are correct about visual effects – Ieva from Lithuania told me in her interview with me at the EiC press event that there will be things that tv viewers/jurors will be able to see on screen during her performance that us fans in the Altice will not! That probably means that Alexander Rybak will still be able to have his virtual violin, piano and football for this performance and 2018 will the year of the ‘moving lines’. No matter how much the host broadcaster tries to limit technology, stage designers will always get around it…

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