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Riga will have an intensive cultural week


Eurovision News Review:

* TATU Mania May See Another Surge
* Mickey Joe Harte signs record deal
* Fans needed for Mickey Harte video shoot
* Riga will have an intensive cultural week
* Charity of Latvian Television
* Sanomi-day in Brussels today
* Religion History for Tuesday, April 1, 2003
* Simon Casey sails straight to No 1
* IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations – Athens…
* Box Office Prophets: TiVoPlex

TATU Mania May See Another SurgeBillboard
CM8ShowAd(“Middle”); Russia’s highest Eurovision position was achieved by t. ‘s Universal Russia labelmate, Alsou, who placed second in 2000.

Mickey Joe Harte signs record dealrte.ie
His Eurovision single, ‘We’ve Got The World Tonight’, will be released by Sony on Friday 25 April. The Eurovison Song Contest takes place in Latvia on Saturday 24 May. Harte’s debut album, ‘Sometimes Right Sometimes Wrong’, featuring his own original songs, is due for release on Friday 23 May. He will play a live show at Dublin’s Vicar Street on Wednesday 16 April… His Eurovision single, ‘We’ve Got The World Tonight’, will be released by Sony on Friday 25 April. The Eurovison Song Contest takes place in Latvia on Saturday 24 May. Harte’s debut album, ‘Sometimes Right Sometimes Wrong’, featuring his own original songs, is due for release on Friday 23 May. He will play a live show at Dublin’s Vicar Street on Wednesday 16 April.

Fans needed for Mickey Harte video shootrte.ie – RTE.ie
Harte will be shooting a video for his soon to be released Eurovision entry ‘We’ve Got The World’ next Tuesday, 15 April. The video will be made in a secret location in Dublin’s city centre and the makers of the video are looking for fans to feature in the audience for this special one off performance. Advertisement Those interested in taking part should email info@shinawil. ie with their name, age and contact details and should be available from 6pm on Tuesday evening… Harte will be shooting a video for his soon to be released Eurovision entry ‘We’ve Got The World’ next Tuesday, 15 April. The video will be made in a secret location in Dublin’s city centre and the makers of the video are looking for fans to feature in the audience for this special one off performance. Advertisement Those interested in taking part should email info@shinawil. ie with their name, age and contact details and should be available from 6pm on Tuesday evening. Access is limited and those attending must be over 16 (proof of age may be requested).

Riga will have an intensive cultural weekesctoday.com
tv News. tv, revealed today the plans for the cultural events in Riga, scheduled for the contest’s week, this May. Earlier this year rumours suggested the Riga municipality would back out of it’s plans for the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest’s week, but now according to.

Charity of Latvian Televisionesctoday.com
To get this opportunity children from the children’s houses have to take part in the work-shop Child’s greeting to Eurovision. They will make the presents and souvenirs for the delegations of the participating countries. The most active children will receive invitations to the rehearsal. Uldis Grava, the General Manager of LTV, told: Children at children’s homes have rich fantasy, they are handy.

Sanomi-day in Brussels todayesctoday.com
be News. Our colleagues of eurosong. be will be present at the conference, which will take place around 11.

Religion History for Tuesday, April 1, 2003CNSNews.com
Scopus in Jerusalem, British statesman Lord Balfour dedicated Hebrew University. 1927 – Eurovision was founded in Chicago. Headquartered today in Pasadena, California, this Protestant overseas missions agency specializes in supporting national churches through evangelistic radio, literature and relief work. 1932 – German scholar Gerhard Kittel published the first partial volume of "Theological Dictionary of the New Testament. " With World War Two and Kittel’s death in 1948 intervening, this monumental ten-volume work was not completed until the late 1960’s. 1956 – Death of William R.

Simon Casey sails straight to No 1rte.ie – RTE.ie
The singer, from Ballycumber, County Offaly knocked Westlife’s ‘Tonight’ from the top slot this weekend. ‘A Better Plan’, written by Westlife star Bryan McFadden, lost out to Mickey Joe Harte singing ‘We’ve Got the World’ in the final of RT?’s search for a Eurovision entry last month. Advertisement Other new entries on the Irish singles chart include Avril Lavigne’s ‘I’m With You’ at six, and ‘Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt’ by Atomic Kitten at 13. 50 cent is at three with ‘In Da Club’, followed by Gareth Gates & The Kumars’ ‘Spirit In The Sky’ at four and ‘Make Luv’ by Room 5 Feat. Oliver Cheatham at five.

IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations – Athens…International Association of Athletics…
The 2004 World Half Marathon Championships in New Delhi will be held on Saturday, 2 October. The 2005 World Half Marathon Championships in Edmonton will be held on Saturday, 1 October. Council also agreed that the 2007 World Championships in Athletics ? Osaka ? will take place from Friday 24 August until Sunday 2 September, pending the approval of Eurovision. IAAF Certification
The IAAF Certification System for athletic facilities, track products, equipment and implements used at IAAF events is being thoroughly reviewed and a new set of regulations is currently being prepared. Having received Council?s approval, the new system is expected to be finalised by 1 May 2003. Athletics in Zimbabwe
The situation of athletics in Zimbabwe has been clarified, following free and democratic elections on 9 March. Representatives of the former federation, and the interim committee of Athletics Zimbabwe, have now been elected and have promised to work together for the benefit of athletics in that country.

Box Office Prophets: TiVoPlexBox Office Prophets
er, 1994, where two young Canadians are competing in the Worldvision Song Contest. Take THAT, Eurovision! They cross paths with an unscrupulous music industry bigwig, a man with the astonishingly clever moniker Mr. Boogalew, played by all-purpose bad guy Vladek Sheybal, a Polish actor who had started his career in high-quality films like Kanal (1957 POL) and Return From the Ashes (1965 GB). There are also embarrassing career moments for Joss Ackland, Miriam Margolyes, and ’50s torch singer Yma Sumac(!). Sadly, it looks like this will be a pan-and-scanned print, as the film was shot in anamorphic Panavision. Mavens of bad cinema should definitely make time for this one.

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