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Letters From Stockholm: Dear Scoreboard… Written by on May 6, 2016 | 3 Comments

On his trip out to Stockholm, Jon Jacob takes time to think about what he wants, doesn’t want, and what he’s prepared to accept out of his trip to Eurovision, in the latest of his ‘Letters From Stockholm.’

The planning is over, and Jon Jacob is on his way to Stockholm. After the planning comes expectations, and in the latest of his ‘Letters From Stockholm’, he wonders what would be a good way to end the journey to Sweden and the Eurovision Song Contest.

Letters From Stockholm: Dear Scoreboard…

On his trip out to Stockholm, Jon Jacob takes time to think about what he wants, doesn’t want, and what he’s prepared to accept out of his trip to Eurovision, and some music from  1975, 1988, 1993, and 2016.

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3 responses to “Letters From Stockholm: Dear Scoreboard…”

  1. Another great podcast – I’d be more than happy with your scenario of how this Eurovision ends…

    Although I am wondering if we ARE going to see a battle to the death between Old Eurovision (Sergey with his scandi-pop and OTT staging) against New Eurovision (Frans with his Radio 1 friendly minimalist performance)…

  2. Jon Jacob says:

    Thanks Martin. Glad you enjoyed.

    I’ll brace myself for that battle to the death and report back on the aftermath 😉

  3. Frankly, the podcast was #thoroughlyendearing.
    I’ll join you in all those sentiments.
    Particularly the hope for a ‘I told you so’ at the end.

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