Nadine Beiler's got a voice, just not one you're expecting

She sung her way into the hearts of eurovision fans around the world, but Nadine Beiler’s recent album, “I’ve Got a Voice”, is a different kind of beast to the soaring ballad you fell in love with during this year’s Euovision Song Contest.

The People vs The Jury, will split voting damage Eurovision?
John Kennedy O'Connor

The release of the Jury and Public scores by the EBU for the 2011 Song Contest has led to a lot of discussion and analysis. John Kennedy O’Connor forsees a bigger problem in the future, though, because of the disagreement between the Juries and the Public.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: All I see is sand right there
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360 days to go, but before then, the weekly news from around the Eurovision world, including Russia’s announcement of their JESC 2011 entry, the viewing figures for the 2011 Contest and music from Anke Engelke, the “real” winner of Eurovision.

The Reality and Fantasy of Raphael Gualazzi

Second place at Eurovision is nothing to be sneezed at, and if it brings more people to the Reality and Fantasy world of Raphael Gualazzi, then the Jazz performer is going to consider it a succss. There’s a huge amount of promise and excitement to listen to in his latest album.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: With all new album art
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The Barabara Dex and Marcel Bezencon awards for 2011, eleven countries for 2012, the Azerbaijani choice of stadium and goodbye to Stefan Raab. With the postcard music from Gary Go, hosted by Ewan Spence.

The Top Ten Moments of Eurovision 2011
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Eric Saade’s box, Alex Sparrow’s chest, Eldrine’s lyrics, Sara Cox’s happy place and the one moment when “C’est ma Vie” sounded wonderful. All that and more in a personal Top Ten moments from the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.


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