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Grand Final: 1983

The twenty eighth annual Eurovision Song Contest broadcast from Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle in Munich, West Germany.Luxembourg equalled France's record with a fifth win courtesy of Corinne Hermes singing "Si la vie est cadeau".Marlene Charell presented the contest, impressively, in German, English and French, which stretched the contest to its longest ever at more than three hours and also made for some interesting mix ups when on one occasion she nearly benefitted Sweden with points meant for Switzerland.

3 hours

Last on

Sat 23 Apr 1983 20:00

Credits

Role Contributor
CommentatorTerry Wogan
ParticipantGuy Bonnet
ParticipantJahn Teigen
ParticipantSweet Dreams
ParticipantCarola Haggkvist
ParticipantRiccardo Fogli
ParticipantCetin Alp and the Short Wave
ParticipantRemedios Amaya
ParticipantMariella Farre
ParticipantAmi Aspelund
ParticipantChristie Stassinopoulou
ParticipantBernadette
ParticipantDanijel
ParticipantStavros and Constantina
ParticipantHoffmann and Hoffmann
ParticipantGry Johansen
ParticipantOfra Haza
ParticipantArmando Gama
ParticipantWestend
ParticipantPas de Deux
ParticipantCorinne Hermes

The Grand Final

Molly (United Kingdom): 'Children of the Universe'

Watch highlights from the Grand Final in Copenhagen

All the acts from Semi-Final Two

Conchita Wurst (Austria): ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’

Videos of all of the songs from the second semi-final

All the acts from Semi-Final One

All the acts from Semi-Final One

Watch clips of all of the performances from the first semi-final

Children Of The Universe (Official Video)

Children Of The Universe (Official Video)

Watch Molly's official entry for the UK at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

The top 10 ESC Controversies

Conchita Union Jack

What was Eurovision's most controversial moment?

Are these the top 10 Eurovision songs of all time?

Are these the 10 Eurovision songs of all time?

Dr Eurovision investigates

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