Affiche Concours Eurovision de la chanson
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The Eurovision Song Contest is Europe's favourite TV show. After more than five decades featuring some 1,100 songs, the contest has become a modern classic, strongly embedded into Europe's collective mind.

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S01E00 Congratulations (50th aniversary) (Denmark) 22/12/2015 From the Forum Arena an hosted by Katrina Leskanich and Reinars Kaupers
S01E01 The 1st Eurovision Song Contest (Switzerland) 24/05/1956
S01E02 The 2nd Eurovision Song Contest (West Germany) 03/03/1957
S01E03 The 3rd Eurovision Song Contest (Netherlands) 16/03/1958
S01E04 The 4th Eurovision Song Contest (France) 11/03/1959
S01E05 The 5th Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 29/03/1960
S01E06 The 6th Eurovision Song Contest (France) 18/03/1961
S01E07 The 7th Eurovision Song Contest (Luxembourg) 18/03/1962
S01E08 The 8th Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 23/03/1963
S01E09 The 9th Eurovision Song Contest (Denmark) 21/03/1964
S01E10 The 10th Eurovision Song Contest (Italy) 20/03/1965
S01E11 The 11st Eurovision Song Contest (Luxembourg) 05/03/1966
S01E12 The 12nd Eurovision Song Contest (Austria) 08/04/1967
S01E13 The 13rd Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 06/04/1968
S01E14 The 14th Eurovision Song Contest (Spain) 29/03/1969
S01E15 The 15th Eurovision Song Contest (Netherlands) 21/03/1970
S01E16 The 16th Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 03/04/1971
S01E17 The 17th Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 25/03/1972
S01E18 The 18th Eurovision Song Contest (Luxembourg) 07/04/1973
S01E19 The 19th Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 06/04/1974
S01E20 The 20th Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 22/03/1975
S01E21 The 21st Eurovision Song Contest (Netherlands) 03/04/1976
S01E22 The 22nd Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 07/05/1977
S01E23 The 23rd Eurovision Song Contest (France) 22/04/1978
S01E24 The 24th Eurovision Song Contest (Israel) 21/03/1979
S01E25 The 25th Eurovision Song Contest (Netherlands) 19/04/1980
S01E26 The 26th Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 04/04/1981
S01E27 The 27th Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 24/04/1982
S01E28 The 28th Eurovision Song Contest (West Germany) 23/04/1983
S01E29 The 29th Eurovision Song Contest (Luxembourg) 05/05/1984
S01E30 The 30th Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 04/05/1985
S01E31 The 31st Eurovision Song Contest (Norway) 03/05/1986
S01E32 The 32nd Eurovision Song Contest (Belgium) 09/05/1987 The Eurovision Song Contest 1987 was the 32nd Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 9 May 1987 in Brussels, Belgium after Sandra Kim's win the previous year. The presenter was Viktor Lazlo. Johnny Logan was the winner for Ireland with the song "Hold Me Now". That made him the first performer to win the contest twice, as he had won also in 1980.
S01E33 The 33rd Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 30/04/1988
S01E34 The 34th Eurovision Song Contest (Switzerland) 06/05/1989
S01E35 The 35th Eurovision Song Contest (Yugoslavia) 05/05/1990
S01E36 The 36th Eurovision Song Contest (Italy) 04/05/1991
S01E37 The 37th Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 09/05/1992
S01E38 The 38th Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 15/05/1993
S01E39 The 39th Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 30/04/1994
S01E40 The 40th Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 13/05/1995
S01E41 The 41st Eurovision Song Contest (Norway) 18/05/1996
S01E42 The 42nd Eurovision Song Contest (Ireland) 03/05/1997
S01E43 The 43rd Eurovision Song Contest (United Kingdom) 09/05/1998
S01E44 The 44th Eurovision Song Contest (Israel) 29/05/1999
S01E45 The 45th Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 13/05/2000
S01E46 The 46th Eurovision Song Contest (Denmark) 12/05/2001
S01E47 The 47th Eurovision Song Contest (Estonia) 25/05/2002
S01E48 The 48th Eurovision Song Contest (Latvia) 24/05/2003
S01E49 The 49th Eurovision Song Contest (Turkey) 15/05/2004
S01E50 The 50th Eurovision Song Contest (Ukraine) 21/05/2005
S01E51 The 51st Eurovision Song Contest (Greece) 20/05/2006 The Eurovision Song Contest 2006 was the 51st Eurovision Song Contest, held at the Olympic Indoor Hall in Athens, Greece on 18 May (for the semi-final) and 20 May 2006 (for the final). The hosting national broadcaster of the contest was Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT). The Finnish band Lordi won the contest with the song "Hard Rock Hallelujah", written by lead singer Mr. Lordi. "Hard Rock Hallelujah" was the first ever hard rock song to win the contest, since Eurovision is normally associated with softer pop music and schlager. This was Finland's first victory in Eurovision after waiting forty-five years. The hosts of the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens were popular Greek singer Sakis Rouvas, the Greek representative at Eurovision in 2004 and 2009, and the Greek American television presenter and actress, Maria Menounos.[1] In the semi-final, both the hosts sang Katrina and the Waves' contest-winning "Love Shine A Light". For one of the intervals, Sakis Rouvas sang an English version of his Greek hit "S'eho Erotefthi" (already a smash hit in Greece) called "I'm in love with you". Elena Paparizou, who performed the winning song in Kiev, returned to the Eurovision stage in Athens. Following the examples of Sertab Erener and Ruslana in the last two years, she sang twice in the final, "My Number One" in the opening and her current song "Mambo!" in the interval (which was also a smash hit in Greece at the time); Greek dancers were also present in the interval acts, as well as other Greek elements. An official CD and DVD was released and a new introduction was an official fan book released from this year, and every year to come with detailed information of every country. The 2006 contest also saw the 1,000th song to be performed in the contest, when "Every Song Is a Cry for Love" by Ireland's Brian Kennedy was first sung in the semi-final. Armenia also entered f
S01E52 The 52nd Eurovision Song Contest (Finland) 12/05/2007 The Eurovision Song Contest 2007 was the 52nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It was won by first-time appearance as an independent country Serbia [2] and was held at the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, Finland from 10 May to 12 May. The host broadcaster was YLE. Finland earned the right to host the event after heavy metal band Lordi's victory at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. It was the first time the Contest had been held in Finland. A budget of €13 million was presented for arranging the contest. Other bids to host the contest came from Espoo, Turku and Tampere. The hosts were Finnish television personality Jaana Pelkonen and Finnish musician, stage performer and actor Mikko Leppilampi. Krisse Salminen acted as guest host in the green room, and reported from the crowds at the Senate Square. A record number of 42 countries participated. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) put aside its limit of 40 countries, which would have meant excluding some countries using a ranking order scheme.[citation needed] After Lordi scored the first ever Eurovision victory with a hard rock song in 2006, several countries sent rock songs to the Contest rather than the soft pop and schlager styles more closely associated with Eurovision. This trend continued at the 2008 and 2009 Contests. Following the examples of Sertab Erener and Ruslana in the last two years, she sang twice in the final, "My Number One" in the opening and her current song "Mambo!" in the interval (which was also a smash hit in Greece at the time); Greek dancers were also present in the interval acts, as well as other Greek elements. An official CD and DVD was released and a new introduction was an official fan book released from this year, and every year to come with detailed information of every country. The 2006 contest also saw the 1,000th song to be performed in the contest, when "Every Song Is a Cry for Love" by Ireland's Brian Kennedy was first sung in the se
S01E53 The 53rd Eurovision Song Contest (Serbia) 24/05/2008 Serbia's debut entry as an independent nation, the ballad "Molitva" by Marija Šerifovi?, won the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, receiving 268 points. Serbia became the first country that won with debut entry after Switzerland's win at the first edition. After this, they were the host of the 2008 contest in the Serbian capital of Belgrade. The second Serbian entry, performed in Belgrade was written by past entrant for Serbia as part of Serbia and Montenegro and contest host Željko Joksimovi?. The song "Oro", an ethnic ballad, performed by Jelena Tomaševi? came 6th and received 160 points in the overall rankings. In 2009 Serbia selected Marko Kon and Milaan to represent them in the second semi-final on 14 May. The duo failed to qualify for the final for the first time in Serbia's history in the contest. In 2010, Milan Stankovi? was selected to represent the country in the contest with Ovo je Balkan, an upbeat song with ethno elements, and is about a love story set in Belgrade. It qualified for the final and in the end achieved 13th place with 72 points. In 2011 Nina was selected with her 60's inspired song, ?aroban. She was accompanied with three other singers who would be dancing throughout the performance. In the semi-finals She performed 6th and qualified for the final. In the final, she performed 24th and achieved 14th place. The latest entry of Serbia was with Željko Joksimovi?. He was representing Serbia in the 2012 in the Azerbaijan, Baku with the song Nije ljubav stvar. On the second semi-finals he took second place, while he finished third in the final, below second-placed Russia and the winner, Sweden. For now, Serbia is one of twelve countries whose representatives have performed all the songs (totally or partially) in an official, regional or national language. The other eleven countries are Portugal, Israel, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Andorra, Luxembourg, Morocco and Monaco.
S01E54 The 54th Eurovision Song Contest (Russia) 16/05/2009 This year there are 42 entries to the Eurovision Song Contest, with San Marino withdrawing due to financial difficulties and Georgia being forced out of the contest as their song breached the rules of the contest, while Slovakia makes a return to the contest after an 11 year absence. The 54th Eurovision Song Contest is being hosted by Moscow, Russia, following Dima Bilan's win for Russia in the 53rd Eurovision Song Contest. The Contest will take place in Moscow's Olympic Indoor Arena. Following the complaints of many broadcasters, the voting system for the contest has been greatly changed. Instead of the general public having the only say, a jury will also cast their votes, counting for 50% of the overall votes. This has been done to crack down on countries simply voting for their neighbours. There will be 25 countries competing in the final, comprising the top ten from the first semi-final, the top ten from the second semi-final, the Big Four (the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Spain) and the host nation and last year's winner, Russia. The order is as follows:- 1. Lithuania 2. Israel 3. France 4. Sweden 5. Croatia 6. Portugal 7. Iceland 8. Greece 9. Armenia 10. Russia 11. Azerbaijan 12. Bosnia and Herzegovina 13. Moldova 14. Malta 15. Estonia 16. Denmark 17. Germany 18. Turkey 19. Albania 20. Norway 21. Ukraine 22. Romania 23. The United Kingdom 24. Finland 25. Spain
S01E55 The 55th Eurovision Song Contest (Norway) 29/05/2010 The 20 acts that qualified through the two Semi-Finals will join the five pre-qualified countries: Norway (the Host Country), France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. Viewers and professional juries in over 40 participating countries will vote. Viewers and professional juries each have a 50 percent stake in the outcome. The professional juries will feature six members in each country. The running order of the represented countries in the FInal will be determined by draw, right after each of the two Semi-Finals.
S01E56 The 56th Eurovision Song Contest (Germany) 14/05/2011 The Eurovision Song Contest 2011 was the 56th annual Eurovision Song Contest and was won by Ell/Nikki performing "Running Scared" for Azerbaijan. The event took place in the Esprit Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany, following Germany's win in the previous year. The two semi-finals took place on 10 May and 12 May 2011, while the final took place on the evening of 14 May 2011.[2] Forty-three countries participated in the contest,[3] with those returning including Austria, which last participated in 2007; Hungary, which last competed in 2009; and San Marino, which last participated in 2008. Italy also returned to the Contest, marking its first participation since 1997. No country has withdrawn. The runner up was Italy, and Sweden finished in third place. Italy (2nd) and Germany (10th) were the only members of the "Big Five" to make it into the top 10, with the United Kingdom close behind at 11th place. However, out of the 25 countries who made it into the final, the remaining two of the "Big Five", France and Spain, failed to make it into the top half of the leader board coming 15th (82 points) and 23rd (50 points) respectively.
S01E57 The 57th Eurovision Song Contest (Azerbaijan) 26/05/2012 Azerbaijan's first try at Eurovision proved to be successful as the country qualified for the final from the first semi-final and came 8th with 132 points in the final evening. Previously, another broadcaster, AzTV, wanted to participate in 2007, but EBU rules did not allow this as AzTV was not an active member of the EBU. AzTV was denied active EBU membership on 18 June 2007, as it was considered too connected to the Azerbaijani government.[1] On 5 July, ?TV became a full EBU member,[2] and on October 15 it was given permission to take part by the EBU.[3] Azerbaijan's first Eurovision performance by Elnur and Samir made it in the top ten placed at number 8 with 132 points. In 2009 Azerbaijan achieved an improvement on their 2008 debut, coming third and receiving 207 points with the song "Always", performed by duo AySel & Arash. On 14 May 2011, Azerbaijan won the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with Running Scared song by Ell & Nikki.[4][5] Since the introduction of the semi-finals, Azerbaijan and Italy are the only two countries to place within the top 10 every year that they have competed.
S01E58 The 58th Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 18/05/2013
S01E59 The 59th Eurovision Song Contest (Denmark) 10/05/2014
S01E60 The 60th Eurovision Song Contest (Austria) 23/05/2015 The 60th Eurovision Song Contest was held in May 2015 in the capital of Austria, Vienna, the first time Austria has hosted the event since 1967. The right to host the contest came when Conchita Wurst brought home the trophy with her Rise Like A Phoenix from Copenhagen the year before. In order to mark the 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, Australia was invited to take part in the Grand Final for the very first time.
S01E61 The 61st Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 14/05/2016 Venue: Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden Twenty-six countries competed in the final, which was the first to be broadcast on live television in the United States. The Czech Republic managed to qualify for the final for the first time in five attempts since its debut in 2007, while both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Greece failed to qualify from the semi-finals for the first time ever, the latter being absent from the final for the first time since 2000. In the final, Australia finished second, improving on its debut in 2015, while Bulgaria finished fourth, its best result since its debut and first participation in a final since 2007. Justin Timberlake performed during the interval act of the final. A record-breaking 204 million viewers worldwide watched the contest, beating the 2015 viewing figures by over 5 million
S01E62 The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest (Ukraine) 13/05/2017
S00E01 The 49th Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Final 12/05/2004
S00E02 The 50th Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Final 19/05/2005
S00E03 The 51st Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Final 18/05/2006
S00E04 The 52nd Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Final 10/05/2007
S00E05 The 53rd Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 20/05/2008
S00E06 The 53rd Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 22/05/2008
S00E07 The 54th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 12/05/2009 This year there are 42 entries to the Eurovision Song Contest, with San Marino withdrawing due to financial difficulties and Georgia being forced out of the contest as their song breached the rules of the contest, while Slovakia makes a return to the contest after an 11 year absence. The 54th Eurovision Song Contest is being hosted by Moscow, Russia, following Dima Bilan's win for Russia in the 53rd Eurovision Song Contest. The Contest will take place in Moscow's Olympic Indoor Arena. There will be 18 countries competing in the first semi-final, and they will be competing in the following order; 1. Montenegro 2. Czech Republic 3. Belgium 4. Belarus 5. Sweden 6. Armenia 7. Andorra 8. Switzerland 9. Turkey 10. Israel 11. Bulgaria 12. Iceland 13. FYR Macedonia 14. Romania 15. Finland 16. Portugal 17. Malta 18. Bosnia and Herzegovina The top nine countries, as voted by the public, will advance to the final, while a tenth country, as voted by the jury, will also advance.
S00E08 The 54th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 14/05/2009 This year there are 42 entries to the Eurovision Song Contest, with San Marino withdrawing due to financial difficulties and Georgia being forced out of the contest as their song breached the rules of the contest, while Slovakia makes a return to the contest after an 11 year absence. The 54th Eurovision Song Contest is being hosted by Moscow, Russia, following Dima Bilan's win for Russia in the 53rd Eurovision Song Contest. The Contest will take place in Moscow's Olympic Indoor Arena. There will be 18 countries competing in the second semi-final, and they will be competing in the following order; 1. Croatia 2. Ireland 3. Latvia 4. Serbia 5. Poland 6. Norway 7. Cyprus 8. Slovakia 9. Denmark 10. Slovenia 11. Hungary 12. Azerbaijan 13. Greece 14. Lithuania 15. Moldova 16. Albania 17. Ukraine 18. Estonia 19. The Netherlands The top nine countries, as voted by the public, will advance to the final, while a tenth country, as voted by the jury, will also advance.
S00E09 The 55th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 25/05/2010 Artists from some 15-20 countries will compete in the first Semi-Final, as ten spots for the Final are at stake. Viewers and professional juries each have a 50 percent stake in the outcome. The professional juries will feature six members in each country. The 10 qualified acts will be announced in random order, and to raise the excitement the ranking and other voting results will not be announced until right after the Final.
S00E10 The 55th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 27/05/2010 Artists from some 15-20 countries will compete in the first Semi-Final, as ten spots for the Final are at stake. Viewers and professional juries each have a 50 percent stake in the outcome. The professional juries will feature six members in each country. The 10 qualified acts will be announced in random order, and to raise the excitement the ranking and other voting results will not be announced until right after the Final.
S00E11 The 56th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 10/05/2011 Artists from some 15-20 countries will compete in the first Semi-Final, as ten spots for the Final are at stake. Viewers and professional juries each have a 50 percent stake in the outcome. The professional juries will feature six members in each country. The 10 qualified acts will be announced in random order, and to raise the excitement the ranking and other voting results will not be announced until right after the Final.
S00E12 The 56th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 12/05/2011 Artists from some 15-20 countries will compete in the first Semi-Final, as ten spots for the Final are at stake. Viewers and professional juries each have a 50 percent stake in the outcome. The professional juries will feature six members in each country. The 10 qualified acts will be announced in random order, and to raise the excitement the ranking and other voting results will not be announced until right after the Final.
S00E13 The 57th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 22/05/2012
S00E14 The 57th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 24/05/2012
S00E15 The 58th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 14/05/2013
S00E16 The 58th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 16/05/2013
S00E17 The 59th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 06/05/2014
S00E18 The 59th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 08/05/2014
S00E19 The 60th Eurovision Song Contest 1st Semi-Final 19/05/2015 The first Semi-Final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with 16 contestants representing Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia and The Netherlands.
S00E20 The 60th Eurovision Song Contest 2nd Semi-Final 21/05/2015 The second Semi-Final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with 17 contestants representing ?Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.
S00E21 The 61st Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 1st Semi-Final 10/05/2016 The first Semi-Final contenders 1. Finland: Sing It Away sung by Sandhja 2. Greece: Utopian Land sung by Argo 3. Moldova: Falling Stars sung by Lidia Isac 4. Hungary: Pioneer sung by Freddie 5. Croatia: Lighthouse sung by Nina Kralji? 6. Netherlands: Slow Down sung by Douwe Bob 7. Armenia: LoveWave sung by Iveta Mukuchyan 8. San Marino: I Didn't Know sung by Serhat 9. Russia: You Are The Only One sung by Sergey Lazarev 10. Czech Republic: I Stand sung by Gabriela Gun?íková 11. Cyprus: Alter Ego sung by Minus One 12. Austria: Loin d'ici sung by ZOË 13. Estonia: Play sung by Jüri Pootsmann 14. Azerbaijan: Miracle sung by Samra 15. Montenegro: The Real Thing sung by Highway 16. Iceland: Hear Them Calling sung by Greta Salóme 17. Bosnia & Herzegovina: Ljubav Je sung by Dalal, Deen, Ana & Jala 18. Malta: Walk on Water sung by Ira Losco
S00E22 The 61st Eurovision Song Contest (Sweden) 2nd Semi-Final 12/05/2016 Join millions of viewers across the world for another spectacular show. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final. The broadcast will be hosted by Petra Mede and Måns Zelmerlöw who are eager to welcome the millions of viewers to Stockholm for tonight's show. The second Semi-Final contenders 1. Latvia: Heartbeat sung bu Justs 2. Poland: Color Of Your Life sung by Micha? Szpak 3. Switzerland: The Last Of Our Kind sung by Rykka 4. Israel: Made Of Stars sung by Hovi Star 5. Belarus: Help You Fly sung by IVAN 6. Serbia: Goodbye (Shelter) sung by Sanja Vu?i? ZAA 7. Ireland: Sunlight sung by Nicky Byrne 8. FYR Macedonia: Dona sung by Kaliopi 9. Lithuania: I've Been Waiting For This Night sung by Donny Montell 10. Australia: Sound Of Silence sung by Dami Im 11. Slovenia: Blue And Red sung by ManuElla 12. Bulgaria: If Love Was A Crime sung by Poli Genova 13. Denmark: Soldiers Of Love sung by Lighthouse X 14. Ukraine: 1944 sung by Jamala 15. Norway: Icebreaker sung by Agnete 16. Georgia: Midnight Gold sung by Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz 17. Albania: Fairytale sung by Eneda Tarifa 18. Belgium: What's The Pressure sung by Laura Tesoro
S00E23 You Decide 2016 16/05/2016 Hosted live from the O2 Forum Kentish Town by self-confessed Eurovision fan Mel Giedroyc, this is the culmination of the UK's biggest ever national song search for the Eurovision Song Contest.
S00E24 The Eurovision Red Carpet 2016 18/05/2016
S00E25 Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits 03/04/2015 From Anne-Marie David in 1973 to Conchita Wurst in 2014, 15 acts from Eurovision Song Contest past and Eurovision present will take to the impressive stage at the Eventim Apollo in London's Hammersmith district. The full line-up is as follows (in order of appearance at Eurovision): Anne Marie-David (Luxembourg 1973) Brotherhood of Man (United Kingdom 1976) Johnny Logan (Ireland 1980 & 1987) Nicole (Germany 1982) Herreys (Sweden 1984) Bobbysocks (Norway 1985) Dana International (Israel 1998) Olsen Brothers (Denmark 2000) Natasha St-Pier (France 2001) Rosa López (Spain 2002) Lordi (Finland 2006) Dima Bilan (Russia 2006 & 2008) Loreen (Sweden 2012) Emmelie De Forest (Denmark 2013) Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014)
S00E26 Eurovision at 60 (BBC) 22/05/2015 (BBC) Hosts and competitors tell the behind-the-scenes story of 60 years of Eurovision - the greatest and maddest song contest on earth.
S00E27 How To Win Eurovision 11/05/2013 Greg James and Russell Kane present an entertaining look at all the ingredients needed to become a Eurovision winner, adding a strong gimmick to what not to wear and throwing in a pinch of out-of-tune singing for good measure. They celebrate the UK's Eurovision success stories and delve into the depths of our Eurovision hall of shame, all in the name of finding out how to win Eurovision. Featuring interviews with Graham Norton, Bucks Fizz, Scott Mills and Daz Sampson.
S00E28 Mel's Five Reasons to Watch 21/05/2015 Join Mel Giedroyc as she counts down the unmissable moments from this year's contest.
S00E29 The Eurovision Red Carpet 2015 10/05/2015 Scott Mills greets this year's contestants at the Eurovision opening ceremony in Vienna.
S00E30 Boom Bang a Bang: 50 Years of Eurovision 16/05/2006 Terry Wogan hosts a celebration of 50 years of Eurovision, with a performance by UK hopeful Daz Sampson. A chance to see all the best and some of the worst Eurovision moments ever.
S00E31 Ireland and the Eurovision - The Good, the Bad and the Mad 07/01/2016 Angela Scanlon peeks behind the sequins and power ballads to celebrate the golden anniversary of the first Irish entry into the Eurovision Song Contest with singer Butch Moore.
S00E32 You Decide 2017 27/01/2017 Eurovision: You Decide is back for 2017! Hosted live from the Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, by self-confessed Eurovision fan Mel Giedroyc, this 90-minute UK Eurovision extravaganza gives you the opportunity to vote for the song and act you want to represent the UK at the biggest song competition in the world! 2009 Eurovision Song Contest winner Alexander Rybak gives a special performance of his legendary hit Fairytale. The selection show sees six shortlisted acts take to the stage in a bid to impress the viewers at home and a jury of music professionals. An expert panel is on hand to offer their thoughts on how the songs could be made to look and sound on the stage in Ukraine. After the telephone and online vote has closed, the public votes are amalgamated with the jury vote and the winning song will be revealed! The spotlight is on and the stage is set, the countdown to find our next UK act has started - but who will win? You decide!
S00E33 The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest (Ukraine) 1st Semi-Final 09/05/2017 The first Semi-Final features participants from 18 countries. 10 will qualify for the Grand Final. 01. Robin Bengtsson (Sweden) - "I Can’t Go On" 02. Tako Gachechiladze (Georgia) - "Keep the Faith" 03. Isaiah Firebrace (Australia) - "Don't Come Easy" 04. Lindita (Albania) - "World" 05. Blanche (Belgium) - "City Lights" 06. Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro) - "Space 07. Norma John (Finland) - "Blackbird" 08. Dihaj (Azerbaijan) - "Skeletons" 09. Salvador Sobral (Portugal) - "Amar pelos dois" 10. Demy (Greece) - "This is Love" 11. Kasia Mos (Poland) - "Flashlight" 12. SunStroke Project (Moldova) - "Hey Mamma" 13. Svala (Iceland) - "Paper" 14. Martina Barta (Czech Republic) - "My Turn" 15. Hovig (Cyprus) - "Gravity" 16. Artsvik (Armenia) - "Fly With Me" 17. Omar Naber (Slovenia) - "On My Way" 18. Triana Park (Latvia) - "Line"
S00E34 The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest (Ukraine) 2nd Semi-Final 11/05/2017 Eighteen countries participated in the second semi-final. Russia was originally planned to perform in position three, but withdrew from the contest after the artist they selected was banned from entering Ukraine, resulting in countries originally planned to perform fourth and later, to do so one place earlier. 01. Tijana Bogi?evi? (Serbia) - "In Too Deep" 02. Nathan Trent (Austria) - "Running on Air" 03. Jana Bur?eska (Macedonia) - "Dance Alone" 04. Claudia Faniello (Malta) - "Breathlessly" 05. Ilinca and Alex Florea (Romania) - "Yodel It!" 06. O'G3NE (Netherlands) - "Lights and Shadows" 07. Joci Pápai (Hungary) - "Origo" 08. Anja (Denmark) - "Where I Am" 09. Brendan Murray (Ireland) - "Dying to Try" 10. Valentina Monetta and Jimmie Wilson (San Marino) - "Spirit of the Night" 11. Jacques Houdek (Croatia) - "My Friend" 12. JOWST5 (Norway) - "Grab the Moment" 13. Timebelle (Switzerland) - "Apollo" 14. Naviband (Belarus) - "Story of My Life" 15. Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria) - "Beautiful Mess" 16. Fusedmarc (Lithuania) - "Rain of Revolution" 17. Koit Toome and Laura (Estonia) - "Verona" 18. IMRI (Israel) - "I Feel Alive"
S00E35 Scott Mills' Eurovision Party 25/04/2017 Scott Mills gets the lowdown on this year’s Eurovision hopefuls.
S00E36 Matt Edmondsons Reasons to Watch Eurovision 03/05/2017 Enjoy a preview of the world’s biggest music competition. Eurovision 2017.
S00E37 The Eurovision Red Carpet 2017 08/05/2017 Scott Mills meets the Eurovision 2017 contestants as the party starts in Kyiv, Ukraine.

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