As many expected, the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Tel Aviv, specifically at the Expo Tel Aviv. Semi Finals will be on Tuesday 14th May and Thursday 16th May, with the Grand Final on Saturday 18th May.
The shores of the beautiful Île de Bezençon welcome friend of the parish and the man behind Pif Paf Blog, Ross Middleton. Will he get his eight chosen Eurovision songs past the strict customs procedure of Ellie Chalkley? Or will they just go on tangents about secret Eurovision Scottishness, Estonian body language, and embracing the absurdity of it all? I think you can guess.
It’s “Happy New Eurovision Year”, as Ewan recaps the news from the Summer, discusses the finer points of the Sept 1st rule, and looks forward to another year of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Welcome to ‘Sing Sang Song’, an occasional series in which Marcus Keppel-Palmer continues his occasional series looking back at the life of some of the performers from the earlier days of the Eurovision Song Contest. Our destination today is the Swinging Sixties in Switzerland, and the music of Anita Traversi.
Netta Barzalai won the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 without being able to use her favourite toy: the loop station. Ben Robertson travels to Berlin for the Beatbox Battle World Championships to see the best loopers on the planet in action and learn about what it would take to include this art form in our beloved Song Contest.
All the performers, all the songs, the history, and some opinions as well. Download your guide to Young Musicians 2018 from ESC Insight.