This week, our castaway on Ile de Bezencon is John Paul Lucas. He tells us how Ira Losco blew his mind in 2002, regales us with tales of near-death experiences at Eurovision parties and has issues with the concept of the ‘wrong sort’ of Eurovision fan.
Eurovision fans will know Bill Martin as the man behind ‘Puppet on a String’ and ‘Congratulations’. Ewan Spence talks in-depth with Martin about his Eurovision memories, his new book, and who would sing his song for Scotland.
It’s Lisbon! While fans may have thought it was a foregone conclusion, there’s been a lot going on Keith Mills looks at the politics and logistics of Portugal’s decision to host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.
The songs have been sung, the judges have judged and we have a winner of 2017’s inaugural Eurovision Choir of the Year. Lisa-Jayne Lewis takes a look back at the evenings’ programme and the variety of choral music on show in Arena Riga.
Tonight sees the first edition of the Eurovision Choir Of The Year streaming around the world live from Riga, Latvia. Lisa-Jayne Lewis has all the information you need ahead of tonight’s broadcast, including an introduction to the judges, the running order, and how to watch.
You may have seen the trailer at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest and now it’s here! This weekend sees the Eurovision family grow with the introduction of Eurovision Choir of the Year. What is it? Who’s taking part? Should I get my flag out? Lisa-Jayne Lewis is here to introduce the show.