Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways, with Monty Moncrieff Written by on October 27, 2017 | 3 Comments

Time for another trip to Île de Bezençon… an island where all you can bring is eight Eurovision songs and a luxury, if you can get them over the border. This week we’re visited by Monty Moncrieff, who has the biggest and best luxury yet, and a collection of songs which speak the universal language of music on Eurovision Castaways. Add the RSS Feed to your favourite podcast application, or click here to follow us in iTunes and keep up to date with Eurovision as the new season unfolds.

Once more Ellie Chalkley gets behind the customs desk to welcome another visitor to the Île de Bezençon, judge their record selections, and ponder their luxury. in this episode, friend of the parish Monty Moncrieff has swum ashore.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways, with Monty Moncrieff

This week the Île de Bezençon is visited by Monty Moncrieff, who has the biggest and best luxury yet, and a collection of songs which speak the universal language of Eurovision.

Keep listening to the ESC Insight podcast as the new season gathers pace for more Eurovision news, fun, and chat. You’ll find the show in iTunes, and a direct RSS feed is also available. We also have a regular email newsletter which you can sign up to here.

About The Author: Ellie Chalkley

Ellie Chalkley is an all-round music, media and culture enthusiast and citizen of the internet. As an overly analytical pop fan and general knowledge hoarder she finds the Eurovision Song Contest bubble to be her natural home. She comments gnomically on Eurovision matters at @eurovisellie.

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3 responses to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways, with Monty Moncrieff”

  1. Martin says:

    Another really interesting listen – respect due to Monty for a totally non-English selection!

  2. montyvision2 says:

    Thanks Martin! It wasn’t an intentional theme, but once I realised they all were in national languages the others complemented those that did have a link to language being a reason for choosing them. Thanks again to Ellie, it was great fun to choose my selection and talk about them.

    Monty x

  3. RogerMilla says:

    Great choices. I love “Le dernier qui a parle” and lovely description of it being “evocative and sensual” Perfect song.

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