GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant
 


Eurovision posts viewing figures.(Exposure)


The News Review:

– Eurovision posts viewing figures.(Exposure)
– Abba DVD set to get tills ringing.(DVD)
– Westlife make Your Charts comeback
– Another record as Worcester move closer to the Premiership

Eurovision posts viewing figures.(Exposure)
Free with registration – Music Week – AccessMyLibrary.com – Mar 13, 2004
(Exposure) * BBCI’s Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up show designed to find this year’s UK contest entry hit a peak of 7. 2m viewers according to unconsolidated figures An average of 6. 7m people tuned in to watch James Fox’s performance of Hold On To Our Love voted as the British entry.

Abba DVD set to get tills ringing.(DVD)
Free with registration – Music Week – AccessMyLibrary.com – Mar 13, 2004
(13-MAR-04) Music Week. Eurovision success with its first Abba live DVD. Abba In Concert is taken from an earlier VHS which.

Westlife make Your Charts comeback
BBC News – Mar 13, 2004
You’ve voted them into your pop chart. But it’s not good news for Eurovision hopeful James Fox who has been voted out after just one week. Darius came top again. Farscape continued its run at the top of the fave TV show chart. But you’ve given Malcolm In The Middle the shove and voted in The OC as your new entry.

Another record as Worcester move closer to the Premiership
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 14, 2004
It is difficult to feel sorry for a man who sold his heating business for nearly £100 million and was in from the cold at his Barbados holiday home yesterday. But Duckworth has been on the brink of rugby’s big time for so long he wears crampons. The Warriors will swap places with last year’s National One champions Rotherham the Yorkshire club already relegated and rock bottom of the Premiership with as many points as a Norwegian Eurovision Song Contest entry. As they pass each other on the elevator Worcester will not gloat for history and the ludicrous iniquity of central funding that financially benefits the top Premiership clubs at the expense of pesky newcomers suggest they will pass each other in the opposite direction next year. But you sense something different at Worcester. The excellent facilities at Sixways have passed an interim audit by England Rugby with no problems flagged. I did notice a stray crisp packet that might contravene health and safety but surely not even England Rugby can bar Duckworth’s arrival.

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