Why do the Eurovision performers put themselves through the preview shows, just to sing to a handful of fans? Paul Jordan, in between cheering them all on at the UK Eurovision Preview Party, thinks he might know.
Last night’s documentary, “Your Country Needs Blue” from the BBC might have been flawed, but by using the Hero’s Journey monomyth, it illustrated the challenge that faces Blue to the casual viewer. It’s just a shame that the larger challenge the BBC faces in the Song Contest for the future wasn’t addressed.
The ever increasing popularity of Eurovision in Australia has led its official broadcaster to boost its coverage and create more localised content for its fans. ESC Insight brings you the definitive guide to following the song contest in the land down under…
David Elder and Andrew Main strike the gavel of “Hit, Miss or Maybe” over the 2011 songs from Azerbaijan, Austria, Latvia, Poland and Denmark.
Looking to find out as much as can about the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest? Then maybe we can help, as we announce our 2011 Guide Book. It’s a free download, packed with information, facts and opinions on all the songs in this year’s contest.
Paul Jordan stirred up a lot of comments on his thoughts on “Fan Favourites” and songs were thrown around the Insight Office with abandon. So what have we decided is our Top Ten Fan Wank? Let’s find out.