The latest news from the world of Eurovision in this week’s Insight podcast, including the ping pong ball stadium, the 70’s afro explosion, a puzzle for the statisticians, the return of The Spin Doctors, and music from Belgium’s 2012 singer, Airis.
We continue our series of asking our lead writers a simple question… “Why Eurovision?” With his tickets and visa in hand for Armenia and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Steven Newby is next to answer.
Georgia, Andrew and Nicole from Duncan Place are this week’s Judges on Junior Juke Box Jury, listening to this year’s Junior Eurovision songs from Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belgium. Will they be a hit, a miss, or a maybe?
An Armenian singer returns for Junior Eurovision, a victorious singer returns to Switzerland, a long running musical contest announces dates, two fan favourites unite for a duet, and I wish Babel Fish had a second chance in this week’s podcast round-up of the news.
How does an Australian girl know about Eurovision, let alone learn to love it? In the first of a series, we explore the unique introduction of the song contest into our individual writers lives and catapulted us into the world of Eurovision online and ESC Insight.
With Junior Eurovision on December 3rd, and the Swiss National Final the week after on December 10th, the gates to Baku 2012 are getting ready to open, and ESC Insight, with our expanding team of writers and reporters, will be there every step of the way.