There's more to Kenneth McKellar than going to Eurovision and wearing a kilt. Tony Currie's interview from 1983 shines a light on the UK's singer from 1966, and offers something a little different for an Insight In-Depth Interview for the summer holidays.
During Stockholm 2016, Ewan Spence talked with Creative Designer Nicoline Refsing about Eurovision visuals, stage direction, and some controversial changes that could help the Song Contest, in the latest In-Depth Insight podcast.
Just before Eurovision 2016's Grand Final, Ewan Spence sat down with scriptwriter and lyricist Edward as Sillén for an in-depth Insight podcast. He's been behind many of the jokes at Melodifestivalen, scripted the last two Swedish Eurovisions, was one of the creative forces behind 'Love Love Peace Peace', and doesn't want to get stuck in a lift with Chevvy Chase.
Guy Freeman is now in his third year as the Head of Delegation for the UK. With a return to a national selection show, more input from the music industry, and the lessons from Molly and Electro Velvet, how is the BBC addressing the long term health of Eurovision? Ewan Spence asks the questions in another In-depth Insight podcast.
Hugh Goldsmith - former MD of RCA and founder of Innocent Records - supported this year's selection process for the BBC's Eurovision entry. Ewan Spence sits down with him to talk about his career, fan databases, the cheapest music video in the world, and this year's entry at Eurovision for the United Kingdom.