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4 posts about Eurovision on this blog

  1. Eurovision 2014 on BBC Radio 2

    Saturday 29 March 2014, 10:26

    Brett Spencer Brett Spencer

    The Interactive Editor, Radio 2 and 6 Music previews all the Eurovision action that will be on Radio 2 between 8 and 11 May including a simulcast of the final.

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  2. BBC Eurovision 2014: Our vision for Copenhagen

    Friday 28 February 2014, 15:59

    Guy Freeman Guy Freeman Executive Producer

    BBC Eurovision Executive Producer Guy Freeman outlines how the UK act for the Eurovision has been selected for this year's competition. 

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  3. Eurovision isn't just for May, it's all year

    Thursday 9 May 2013, 17:07

    Ewan Spence Ewan Spence Freelance Journalist

    Freelance journalist Ewan Spence sheds light on the work involved in organising the broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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  4. George Campey and Eurovision

    Thursday 24 June 2010, 14:50

    Donald Steel Donald Steel

    George Campey OBE, who coined the term 'Eurovision' to describe the idea of a TV link-up between broadcasters in Europe, has died aged 94. Without him, there might not have been a Eurovision Song Contest. It might have ended up as the Cross Borders Cultural Collaboration Between Public Service Broadcasters...

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