Will the success of Portugal’s ‘Amar Pelos Dois’ represent a change in the music at Europe’s favourite TV show? Guest writer Keith Mills looks at the evidence.
We’re off to Portugal, and while we await the almost inevitable decision to host it in Lisbon, Ewan Spence looks forward to what else we can expect from the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018.
As the Eurovision family says goodbye to Kyiv, Ewan Spence and Ellie Chalkley take a moment to look back on the results of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in the final podcast from Ukraine.
Aside from the historic win for Portugal—having made their début in 1964 their 53 year wait is a new record—there’s a lot to drill into regarding the numbers this year. But for the first time since 2014 the juries and public agreed on who was the best—overwhelmingly so. This year’s continuation of the split jury/televote […]
Ewan Spence and Lisa-Jayne Lewis take you though the Grand Final of Eurovision 2017. Press play before the show starts, and don’t forget to pause for the music when you hear the beep!
With an unexpectedly tight race emerging, John Lucas presents a Spotter’s Guide to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Grand Final.
Can the drive to produce a great story to bring the Eurovision season to a rousing finish lead to a serious case of Tall Poppy Syndrome? Sharleen Wright thinks so.