GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant
 


You cannot be serious …(Television)(Eurovision Song Contest)(Televis…


The News Review:

– You cannot be serious …(Television)(Eurovision Song Contest)(Televis…
– Ireland – we hardly know you any more.
– ALEX KANE: Competition that conjures unsavoury vision of future in…
– Women Spies of WW1…
– The official UK singles chart: Frankee’s retort to Eamon knocks…

You cannot be serious …(Television)(Eurovision Song Contest)(Televis…
Free with registration – Spectator – AccessMyLibrary.com – May 22, 2004
(Television)(Eurovision Song Contest)(Television Program Review) I hadn’t watched the Eurovision Song Contest (BBC1) since that unforgettable night of 3 May 1997 when Katrina and the Waves’s landslide victory with ‘Love Shine A Light’ seemed to mirror like the comedy in a Shakespearean tragedy the political landslide which had occurred two days earlier. A new popular charismatic leader liked and admired around the world had taken office and for once Europe a continent in which it is often easier to hear funkier music in elevators than on the radio seemed prepared to give the British popular music industry its just rewards. This may be in deep desuetude now but even then it was roughly a hundred times more exciting than anything the rest of Europe had to offer especially since Abba had broken up long before. (Italy a country with a.

Ireland – we hardly know you any more.
Free with registration – Europe Intelligence Wire – AccessMyLibrary.com – May 22, 2004
Ireland – we hardly know you any more. (22-MAY-04) Europe Intelligence Wire. Instead we are now topping… Instead we are now topping polls of wealth long working hours and mobile phone ownership. Whatever happened? Justine McCarthy reports Who are the Irish? Are we the loveable supplicants who get by on our nativecharm and our gra for fine literature the drink and a cause? Or are we the mostdisciplined people in Europe working more hours and more years than anyone else? IsIreland the island of inner demons and lyrical cantankerous genius? Or is it in fact the new Germany? More pieces of the puzzle have been falling into place this past week. For starters we lost the Eurovision Song Contest (second-last being equal on the Richter scale ofhumiliation to the delirium of a ‘winning draw’ against an English soccer team) prompting a nationwide lament as if a death had occurred. We learned that we sleep on the jobmore than.

ALEX KANE: Competition that conjures unsavoury vision of future in…
Free with registration – Europe Intelligence Wire – AccessMyLibrary.com – May 22, 2004
ALEX KANE: Competition that conjures unsavoury vision of future in Europe. (22-MAY-04) Europe Intelligence Wire.

Women Spies of WW1…
abc.net.au – May 22, 2004
More than 6000 women worked for British intelligence (later to be known as MI5 and MI6) from its establishment in 1909 until war demobilisation in 1919. Yet this was a time when women didn’t have the vote were often thought of as gossipy and indiscreet and not considered capable of the “platonic patriotism” that typified male spies. No wonder these women often found themselves in paradoxical positions! Details or Transcript: [Music]Amanda Smith: This song ‘Mata Hari’ was Norway’s entry in the 1976 Eurovision Song Contest. And female spies are the subject of Book Talk today. Hi I’m Amanda Smith. The legend of Mata Hari is for sure the most enduring image of the female spy the vamp who wheedles state secrets out of men by her seductive charms. But the legend also obscures the fact that thousands of other rather less exotic women worked for the secret services in intelligence and espionage in the first decades of the 20th century.

The official UK singles chart: Frankee’s retort to Eamon knocks…
Free with registration – Music Week – AccessMyLibrary.com – May 22, 2004
It is the second single from his “final” album The Black Album and has already done far better than the first Change Clothes which reached 32 last December. James Fox James Fox’s Hold On To Our Love managed to pick up 29 points for the UK in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul last Saturday but finished 16th out of 24 countries. That ties with our second worst showing from Nicki French’s Don’t Play That Song Again in 2000.

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