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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Let's Dance! Written by on June 10, 2013 | 1 Comment

For the so-called ‘off season’ period there’s a lot going in the world of Eurovision. Sure we have a few more countries saying for sure we are definitely going to Denmark’, and a date for the first name to enter Melodifestivalen (August 25th), but if you look up a bit you’ll see much more.

The biggest moment of course is this weekend’s Eurovision Young Dancers contest from Poland (and streaming live from, but there’s news and action in the world of Junior Eurovision as well.

See, you’re never that far from something Eurovision!

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Let’s Dance!

Hosted by Ewan Spence, with music from Cezar.

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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 (

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One response to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: Let's Dance!”

  1. Peter says:

    Perfect start to the week!

    That’s an amazing song from Cezar. It wouldn’t have had the same impact on stage as It’s My Life, but it’s a much better use of his skills.

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