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Letters From Stockholm: Dear Audience… Written by on May 22, 2016 | 3 Comments

The Eurovision Song Contest for 2016 is over and Jon Jacob is home from Sweden, but has one more of his ‘Letters From Stockholm’ for the audience to listen to.

It takes six days to decompress after Eurovision. In the last of his ‘Letters from Stockholm’ for ESC Insight, Jon explains how he managed to miss the nail-biting finish, and how, despite his unprecedented hangover, he still managed to do the right thing.

Letters From Stockholm: Dear Eurovision…

Jon Jacob is finally home, so the last of his ‘Letters From Stockholm’ has a challenging title. Nonetheless, he wants to talk to the audience of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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

  1. Come on Jon, those televoters who were watching the public Final obviously loved a ringmaster’s jacket, Michal’s androgynous look and his powerful voice – maybe! I have heard that his Jury Final performance wasn’t that great, which ‘might’ suggest the low jury score – imagine if he had nailed that too! Warsaw 2017…

    Just so you know, there is a Community Radio host here who does a regular classical music slot and who also does a few shows on Eurovision around Contest time (I have been on his show), so in the words of Joe & Jake…you know what I’d say, don’t you?

    Great series of podcasts Jon – thoroughly enjoyable. You going to Ukraine (if that’s where Eurovision ends up in 2017)?

  2. Stefan says:

    Jon Jacob’s podcasts have been excellent. Can we keep him please? Pretty please?

  3. Mark Butler says:

    I do agree with Jon about Poland and I love the way he mixes music and talk, but it’s a bit disappointing that, by his own admission, he wasn’t sober enough to give us more of an insight of the big night.

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