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Despite Eurovision’s cancellation this year, the fandom is still fully engaged in the Contest. Eurovision Obsession’s André Durham joins us to chat about how we’re coping.
We finish up our initial evaluations of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest entries with the last nine songs to drop in March.
408 songs competed on the Eurovision stage this decade. 148 did not qualify for the Grand Final. From those, we picked 20 that still hold up.
Ben flies solo this week after getting too caffeinated while prepping for the last Eurowhat of the year. He develops a theory about Eurovision in the last decade and makes an audio essay about it. It involves snacks.
Hungary’s reasons for withdrawing from Eurovision sound similar to Turkey’s. What else do the two countries have in common?
Our Senior Hatari Correspondent Ben traveled to Reykjavik to check in with the Iceland Airwaves festival and what’s going on in the Icelandic music scene.
Lebanon was supposed to debut at Eurovision 2005. We examine the unexpected ways international relations impact the Song Contest.
How does the voting process work at Eurovision? If you think it’s confusing now, the history of voting at the Contest has many surprises.
Eurovision provides an aftermarket for winners of singing competitions. Why don’t we have that in America? Andy Dehnart from Reality Blurred joins us to discuss.
Tel Aviv will be hosting Eurovision in 2019! I mean, we pretty much knew that, but now it’s official!