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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Castaways with Ann Squires Written by on September 13, 2019 | 1 Comment

As the autumn break approaches, join us on another trip to Île de Bezençon. ESC Insight’s Ellie Chalkley invites our favourite Eurovision people to bring their best Contest related songs and stories. Our latest Eurovision Castaway is Ann Squires.

ESC Armchair’s Ann Squires is next at the customs desk as Ellie Chalkley works through another collection of Eurovision songs and memories as see prepares to visit Île de Bezençon.

Eurovision Castaways with Ann Squires

Podcaster, educator and long time home-based contest appreciator Ann Squires of ESC Armchair and the Keep Dancing Podcast talks lost rave classics, the joy of niche linguistics, and keeping Georgia weird.

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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 Ann Squires”

  1. Shai says:

    As an half deaf person, who sometimes has difficulties understanding what people say in a podcast, this was one of the clearest spoken podcast I have listened to in a long time.

    The songs chosen were not your “usual suspects” bunch of songs, which was refreshing in itself.

    Different people have different taste, but Spain 1983 🤦

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