The EuroWhat? Podcast

Cover art for Eurowhat Episode 120 Eurovision 2021 Semi-Final Preview. The Eurovision Stage is lit up in an empty Rotterdam Ahoy

120: Eurovision 2021 Semi-Final Preview

The Eurovision 2021 Semi-Final Spectacular is here! We make our picks for the 20 songs we think will qualify for the Grand Final in Rotterdam.

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Cover art for episode 119: Critical Condition. Top row: Måneskin (Italy), James Newman (United Kingdom), Jendrik (Germany). Bottom Row: Barbara Pravi (France), Blas Cantó (Spain), Jeangu Macrooy (Netherlands)

119: Critical Condition

Mark Blankenship joins us to discuss the Eurovision auto-qualifiers. Are the Big 5 and the Netherlands in good shape or are they in critical condition?

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Cover art for Eurowhat 118 Over-Egged Pudding. Top row: Victoria (Bulgaria), Samanta Tina (Latvia), The Black Mamba (Portugal). Bottom row: Gjon's Tears (Switzerland), Fyr og Flamme (Denmark), Blind Channel (Finland)

118: Over-Egged Pudding

Maura Johnston joins us to discuss the last section of Eurovision 2021 Semi 2. Topics include pudding, track suits, and CVS Bangers.

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Cover art for episode 117 Cake or Death. Top Row: Natalia Gordienko (Moldova), Anxhela Peristeri (Albania), Tornike Kipiani (Georgia). Bottom Row: Hurricane (Serbia), Daði & Gagnamagnið (Iceland)

117: Cake or Death

Taber Bain helps us navigate cake body horror, Jenna Maroney energy, and existential despair in the Eurovision experience.

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Cover art for episode 116 Me in Grease! Top Row: Rafal (Poland), Senhit (San Marino), Stefania (Greece). Bottom Row: Vincent Bueno (Austria), Benny Cristo (Czech Republic), Uku Suviste (Estonia)

116: Me in Grease!

Lindsey Weber from Who Weekly joins us to talk about Flo Rida, Greece, Grease, and why Eurovision is the highlight of spring.

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Cover art for episode 115 Will It Play in Winnipeg? Top row: Roxen (Romania), Destiny (Malta), Efendi (Azerbaijan). Bottom Row: Go_A (Ukraine), Eden Alene (Israel)

115: Will It Play in Winnipeg?

Graphic designer Justin Ladia joins us from Winnipeg to help us close out the first semi-final of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. North America has opinions!

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