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Why March Is Eurovision’s Busiest Month For Songs
'Arcade' by Duncan Laurence (Youtube / Eurovision.tv)

With two weeks until all of the 2021 Eurovision songs must be submitted, Ewan Spence finds out why March is jam-packed with song releases. Why are so many of this years' entries are arriving later than usual. Is it a winning strategy?

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Winning Melodifestivalen? It’s A Bonus. They’ve Already Won

Ben Robertson explores the songs and the artists for this year's Melodifestivalen and notices something different. Gone is the uber-competitive element from the show this year, and instead artists are turning up to just do their thing.

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Why the Message Matters
Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay

For an audience as large as Eurovision gets, are we paying enough attention to the messages being sent to viewers?

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Did Melodifestivalen’s First Heat Break A World Record?

It has been suggested that Melodifestivalen may have broken world records with their first heat broadcast. Ben Robertson investigates what the record is and how it is one of the secrets behind keeping Melodifestivalen top of the ratings annually.

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Welcome To The Greatest Melodifestivalen For A Generation

Melodifestivalen 2021 may look different than previous years, but despite the fact there is no live audience there is an opportunity for this year's Swedish selection to be its biggest in a generation.

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