Planning on attending Eurovision next year? Wanting to see the sights and attend the shows? Is it your first time at Eurovision and feeling overwhelmed by having to organize hotels, transport? The answer may lie within…
September 1st has passed, so any songs that make their public debut are now eligible for Eurovision 2013. Will anyone get their dates wrong this year and have to be disqualified? Looking at the history of the Song Contest, it’s very likely we’ll have some more disqualified songs looking to join the nine classic rule-breakers here.
It’s September 1st 2012 – and any song that debuts in public from today is eligible for Malmö!
It’s the last podcast of the quiet summer, before the September 1st deadline. We can plan more national Final trips, submit more songs, and from next week, can hopefully start listening as well.
It feels a bit like the world of Eurovision is in hibernation, with only little scraps of news to fill up the podcast. September 1st is approaching though, so get ready to wake up! With music from Engelbert Humperdinck, or was it Kermit the Frog?
Why we’re off to Malmo, the important dates for your Eurovision diary, BBC budgets, more countries entering Junior Eurovision, and music courtesy of RTE and the 1965 Song Contest. Hosted by Ewan Spence, www.escinsight.com.