Dr Paul Jordan takes a look at the elements that represent the modern Eurovision – is the consistent imagery a good thing for the Contest? What of the other Eurovision competitions? And what lies ahead for the heart of the Song Contest?
Looking to find out as much as can about the 2011 Junior Eurovision Song Contest? Let us help with our 2011 Guide Book to JESC. Whether you download the book for your Kindle, or grab the PDF from here, you’ll find a guide packed with information, facts and opinions on all the songs entering this year’s contest.
Jordan, Maddie, and Rachel from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to the JESC songs from Georgia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Belarus, and Sweden.
The latest news from the world of Eurovision in this week’s Insight podcast, including the ping pong ball stadium, the 70’s afro explosion, a puzzle for the statisticians, the return of The Spin Doctors, and music from Belgium’s 2012 singer, Airis.
We continue our series of asking our lead writers a simple question… “Why Eurovision?” With his tickets and visa in hand for Armenia and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Steven Newby is next to answer.
Georgia, Andrew and Nicole from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to this year’s Junior Eurovision songs from Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belgium. Will they be a hit, a miss, or a maybe?