Just back from Norway, and what was one of the most useful books for Ewan? The Lonely Planet Guide to Norway. Here’s why it was invaluable on the trip to Oslo.
What is it like to run the largest independent Eurovision website? Let’s ask someone who does! Barry Viniker does that with ESC Today, and I caught up with him for a few moments in Oslo.
The man behind the BBC’s Eurovision Webstie, Facebook group and Twitter account is Paul Condon, and I caught up with him in Oslo to talk about fans, expectation and the reality at BBC TV Centre.
Join Ewan Spence as he takes you through the Eurovision song Contest 2010’s Grand Final. Start the track as the show begins, and pause at the beeps for each song to be performed.
A bit more free and easy today as I hook up with a bundle of fans and reporters in the shuttle bus between the Telenor and the EuroClub. What do we make of the final, and can they replace the Electrical Guitars of Inspectore Callahan?
Everyone knows Pete Waterman and Mike Stock are behind the UK song “That Sounds Good To Me”, but there’s a third man in the mix. I sit down with lyricst Steve Crosby in his role as the Pete Best of the UK entry.