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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Junior Juke Box Jury #2 Written by on November 16, 2016 | 1 Comment

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Here’s the second round of Juke Box Jury for Junior Eurovision 2016. Recorded before the rehearsals start, will our jury members vote the songs hits, misses, or maybe.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Junior Juke Box Jury #2
With Sharleen Wright, and Richard Taylor.

Ukraine: Planet Craves For Love, by Sofia Rol.
 Bríce ar Bhríce, by Zena Donnelly.
Magical Day, by Lidia Ganeva.
Musyka moikh pobed , by Alexander Minyonok.
 Love Will Lead Our Way, by Martija Stanojković.
Nie zapomnij, by Olivia Wieczorek.

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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: Junior Juke Box Jury #2”

  1. Eurojock says:

    For me there is only one song in this crop that is good – FYR Macedonia, but I agree with the jury. From what I see from the first rehearsal it is competing with Armenia and Netherlands in terms of staging/performance and both these countries do it better. Talking of comparing staging, Belarus out-hoverboards Serbia and might propel a bottom half song into a top half score. I’m sorry guys but I’m not getting either Bulgaria or Poland.

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