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Eurovision: larger longer and sillier.(Foreign News)


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– Eurovision: larger longer and sillier.(Foreign News)
– Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
– New venue same old glitz for TV gong-fest

Eurovision: larger longer and sillier.(Foreign News)
highbeam.com – Apr 18, 2004
find The Independent on Sunday (London England) articles. Byline: Ruth Elkins in Berlin The Eurovision Song Contest – Europe’s annual parade of dodgy pop which laun.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at esctoday.com | your daily Eurovision…
esctoday.com – Apr 17, 2004
com News. And according to them we will probably see the Ukraine back in the final. With an everage predicted position of 6. 22 they score highest. Also appearing back on the Eurovision stage according to our voters (in order of stage appearance) are Finland Belarus Malta Greece Cyprus Denmark Serbia & Montenegro Bosnia & Herzegovina and The Netherlands.

New venue same old glitz for TV gong-fest
Guardian – Apr 17, 2004
The alterations are designed to breathe new life into an event that despite pretensions has never made it to the premier league of television gong-fests such as tomorrow’s Baftas or the American Emmys. But there are already mutterings that the change of location and the expansion of the awards ceremony could destabilise an event that has become a fixture on the calendar of European TV executives and media journalists. The Rose d’Or was the brainchild of Marcel Bezançon the director general of the Swiss Broadcasting Company from 1950 to 1972 and the founder of Eurovision. He conceived it as a mutually beneficial forum to exchange light entertainment programme ideas and formats; a sort of United Nations for television. The first festival was held in 1961 – and the winner of the eponymous Golden Rose gong was the BBC’s Black and White Minstrel Show. Since then winners have included the Muppet Show Benny Hill Monty Python The Simpsons and Mr Bean as well as European television gems such as Puppets Who Kill Bingo! and Spank. European broadcasters seem to treat the Rose d’Or with great seriousness.

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