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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways with Peter Fenner Written by on October 8, 2018 | 1 Comment

Once more we visit Île de Bezençon as ESC Insight invites our favourite Eurovision people to bring their best Contest related songs and stories. Ellie Chalkley’s latest Eurovision Castaway – from the Icelandic delegation – is Peter Fenner.

Pack your bags, grab your playlists, it’s time to return to Île de Bezençon, where it’s early May all year round, and Ellie Chalkley is on duty.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways with Peter Fenner

Our next guest to the beautiful Île de Bezençon is Icelandic Eurovision commentary writer and all-round cultural attaché Peter Fenner. Will he get his eight chosen Eurovision songs past the strict customs procedure of Ellie Chalkley? And does the Icelandic language have a word for ‘camp’?

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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 and statistically on Eurovision matters at @ellie_made.

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One response to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways with Peter Fenner”

  1. Shai says:

    Iceland 1999 – Selma was robbed. She should have won because it was a better song and a better performance than the winning song. Unfortunately, the audience went for the Swedish shtick. What a shame.

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