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Eurovision Radio plays the 16 Maltese entries


Eurovision News Review:

* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
* News | Telegraph
* Ramón will sing for Spain in Eurovision 2004
* Eurovision Radio plays the 16 Maltese entries
* Charizma to participate in Eurolaul
* First Belarussian final tonight
* Mayo singers through to final nine of ‘Your A Star’
* BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | Abba singer signs new record deal
* Education mandarins given black mark for ‘institutional illiteracy…
* Mayo’s connection with Super Bowl in Houston
* Andorra: 10 songs left for Istanbul

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…esctoday.com
tv News. tv online, stage pictures revealed The official website for the Eurovision Song Contest, eurovision. tv, is back online! The website contains the first basic information about the upcoming contest. The site as it is available now, is a basic version, which will be enhanced as the Eurovision Song Contest comes closer. Ticket sale and hotel reservations can be made throug the website soon!

Also, the website reveals pictures of the 2004 stage. The motto is “Under the same sky”… com is official partner of eurovision. tv! Related polls.

News | TelegraphTelegraph.co.uk
The winner will then go forward to the contest to be held in Istanbul in May. Cheryl Baker, the former Bucks Fizz singer, welcomed the revamp. “Eurovision has to change with the times otherwise people get bored with it,” she said. “I’d like to see it move to a format like Pop Idol or Fame Academy.

Ramón will sing for Spain in Eurovision 2004esctoday.com
Ram?n gained 38% of the viewers votes. Vicente finished second with 23% of the votes, followed by Miguel (18%) and Davinia (17%). After his victory, Ram?n was congratulated on stage by the EBU’s secretary general and the TVE’s executive manager. Ram?n will represent Spain, which is an automatic qualifier to the final round of the Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Istanbul on May 15th.

Eurovision Radio plays the 16 Maltese entriesdi-ve.com
Eurovision Radio is broadcasted every Wednesday at 20:45 CET on Super ONE Radio. Songs will be played in 3 parts: 5 entries at a time – with the exception of the third part when 6 entries will be played. Dates are as follows:

part 1: Wednesday 28th January at 20:45 CET
part 2: Wednesday 4th February at 20:45 CET
part 3: Wednesday 11th February at 20:45 CET

Eurovision Radio is produced and hosted by Deo Grech. Co-presenters are Etienne Aquilina and Lynn Chircop – last year’s Maltese Eurovision entrant… Eurovision Radio is broadcasted every Wednesday at 20:45 CET on Super ONE Radio. Songs will be played in 3 parts: 5 entries at a time – with the exception of the third part when 6 entries will be played. Dates are as follows:

part 1: Wednesday 28th January at 20:45 CET
part 2: Wednesday 4th February at 20:45 CET
part 3: Wednesday 11th February at 20:45 CET

Eurovision Radio is produced and hosted by Deo Grech. Co-presenters are Etienne Aquilina and Lynn Chircop – last year’s Maltese Eurovision entrant. Eurovision radio is streamed live on internet on.

Charizma to participate in Eurolaulesctoday.com
Charizma to participate in Eurolaul The Swedish band Charizma was revealed to perform one of the songs of the Estonian national preselection Eurolaul 2004. The song, I’ll give you a mountian is also written by Swedish authors – Henrik Sethsson, Stig Lindell. Sethsson has written several songs for the Swedish national preselection, the last being Listen to your heartbeat which got the 5th place at the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 2001 in Denmark. The band said that they haven’t participated in any national finals of the ESC but when Sethsson asked them to co-operate then they agreed on that quickly because they have always felt ‘Estonia to be very dear to us’. Charizma gained popularity in Estonia at the end of 1980’s and the beginning of the 1990’s with their song Join Hands which talked about the friendship of Estonia and Sweden.

First Belarussian final tonightesctoday.com
be News. The show was already recorded on January 23rd but tonight the people in Belarus will get the know the songs of which they have to choose one for Istanbul. These are the 15 songs and their performers:

1. Adelina Petrosyan – They say
2. Alexandra & Konstantin Duo – Moj Galilej (My Galileo)
3… As soon as the results are known, esctoday. com will present them on this website. Belarus will make it’s debut at the Eurovision Song Contest and will therefore participate in the qualifier-round on wednesday 12th May.

Mayo singers through to final nine of ‘Your A Star’Western People
The winner of the competition will go on to compete for Ireland in this year?s Eurovision Song contest in Turkey in May. Westport?s Gary O?Malley (21) was the third contestant out of eleven through on last Sunday?s live performance following his excellent rendition of ?With Or Without You? by U2. Achill man, James Kilbane (33) also turned in a powerful performance of another U2 song ?Stuck in a Moment? and was the fifth of nine competitors through to the next stage of the competition. Adjudicator Phil Coulter commenting on James? performance says he can?t put his finger on it, ?but the great Irish public love what?s going on with James!?. Both Gary and James will once again perform live on Sunday next where the nine acts will decrease to seven.

BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | Abba singer signs new record dealBBC News
Faeltskog has led a reclusive life since releasing the 1987 album I Stand Alone. She lives on a secluded island outside of Stockholm. Eurovision winners

Work on the new album began three years ago, but work came to a halt when sound engineer Michael Tretow suffered a stroke. The first single from the album will be the song If I Thought You’d Ever Change Your Mind, which was composed by John Cameron. Abba – Faeltskog, Annifrid Lyngstad, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson – sprang to fame in 1974 when they won the Eurovision Song Contest with their first hit single Waterloo. They had nine UK number ones between 1974 and 1982. The group sold more than 350 million albums around the world, including many millions after they split in the early 1980s.

Education mandarins given black mark for ‘institutional illiteracy…EducationGuardian.co.uk
It should be thrown with great force, according to three writers asked to review what they evidently found was a dismal document. The trio – playwright Simon Gray, biographer Selina Hastings and poet Anthony Thwaite – were dismayed by the jargon, bad grammar and clumsy language of the DfES handbook, Framework for Teaching English: Years 7, 8 and 9 (ages 11 to 14). Asked by RSL, the Royal Society of Literature’s magazine, to award the department marks out of 100, Mr Gray and Mr Thwaite gave officials “nul points” – putting it on a par with our dire effort in the Eurovision Song Contest last year. Mr Gray said he just couldn’t understand it. Ms Hastings, who has chronicled the life of Brideshead Revisited author Evelyn Waugh among others, took pity on the DfES and gave it 30%. RSL showed them extracts such as: “Support is focused in the core subjects of English, mathematics and science together with other language-rich subjects as humanities and R.

Mayo’s connection with Super Bowl in HoustonWestern People
Brendan?s songs have featured regularly in the Castlebar International Song Contest. He enjoyed Eurovision success with his ?Rock ?n Roll Kids?, performed by Charlie McGettigan and Paul Harrington, and also had two other National Song Contest winners, rendered by Red Hurley and Eimear Quinn.

Andorra: 10 songs left for Istanbulesctoday.com
Vine, written by David Ambrosio, won the televoting and qualifies for the second round. Last week, the song Jugarem a estimar-nos already qualified for that. Next week two other songs will try to get to the last six songs in the Andorran preselection.

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