Eurovision Song Festival - clean/english

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Since this weekends ESC2003 will be a Terry or Ken free experience - that's Terry Wogan and Ken Bruce of BBC fame ......

- my current option is the German state broadcaster; which, as an ESC enthusiast doesn't get me all spunk'd up for the affair (I'm actually thinking for the first time in 15yrs to get a DVD out?).

Whatever, and before everyone sees fit to mock, I wondered if there were any sat members:

1). interested in the ESC and;

2). who also knew whether the contest can be nabbed from a bird as a clean feed.

Thanks in advance,

Mark.
 

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Got to confess to watching quite a few of them Mark, wouldn't be the same without Terry's comments though, I'm wondering whether it may be going out on BBC Prime.
 

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Yep, on Prime. With big Tel. My party is happening already....hic!

I heard on ITV news channel today that Terry confessed he can't get through the dross and stay funny without a few stiff ones
( you all know what I mean).

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Mark, jump on the Berlin - Bratislawa express, not forgetting to jump off in Katowice, Poland and join our Eurovison Party. It's going to be massive.
And bring your drinking shoes!

Hurray for Big Tel!

JD
 
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The Eurovision Song contest is launching a kids version of the 15 nation contest. Child stars aged 8-15 will have their own final in Copenhagen on November the 15th and it will air on ITV.
 

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LOL :D

Thanks for the offer Dougpol !

Thankfully a friend in England is recording it for me. I was even more thankful that I was in the supermarket when he said that he would. I bought a box not a bottle of wine :p

ESC 2003 can, finally, be preserved in my vast co-lek-shon of trash entertainment.

I say I deserve a nice glass of Chilean Chardonnay - warm or cold - I couldn't give a toss.

It'll put me in the mood for six hours of German Grand Prix madness.

Bets on the songs:

Germany = good old fashioned ESC - could win (they didn't go to war with anyone).

Russia = pushing the boundaries (tops the ESC voter's board at the moment)

Norway = duds in the past, but, in the flow of the show this year's song will grab you (no null point this year me thinks).

UK = top ten possibly (but then the UK do have a war under their belt and are blissfully ignorant of europe as a whole) It won't be a Samantha Janus year though :-)

Prediction: Winner = Norway.

Have a good'n

Mark.
 

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Eurovision Pop Idols/Stars in the Eyes - it was on the cards I suppose.

Don't forget that next year they want to turn ESC into a two day affair ;)

Perhaps the two age sets is just that ?

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Mark.
 

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LOL !!

Member of the month should be revoked. Still - only a week to go :p

Look. When something is so awful - its great. I could start with the underground, my home town of Bradford (not the Bulls or its famed curries obviously) and Birmingham FC (because football's always mentioned in a list of this kind).

Oh and the 'titties' from Hessen.


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Probably BBC1 with full commentary from Terry Wogan, but i guess that any of the national channels of the competitor nations will show with the multilingual announcer..

PS. This is a very old thread. :)
 

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The Russian channel on hotbird, number 1 or something is showing it. Olga will be watching it, and god Russian entry is terrible!!
 
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