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Eurovision News Review:

* Striking a chord: Corey Spedding has qualified for Junior Eurovision…
* Granada drops Junior Eurovision Granada drops Junior Eurovision
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
* Eurokids finalists to be presented on radio & tv
* The judges sentence the Olympics to lunacy
* What kids are listening to in Athens
* International Izmir Fair opens its gates Fitch revises outlook for…
* The Local – Gyllenhammar back in Swedish business

Striking a chord: Corey Spedding has qualified for Junior Eurovision…News & Star
He said: “She is over the moon. It’s what she has been talking about for the last eight months. It’s her dream to get into the Eurovision. We are so happy she has got this far. Anything else is a bonus. ”

Although Corey only started singing last year – her grandfather, entertainer Don Spedding entered her into Reach for the Stars without telling her – and hasn’t had any formal piano training, competition bosses were impressed with her entry, The Best Is Yet To Come. It’s a song about world peace and hope which she initially recorded at Tom Tyson’s Music Farm at Egremont.

Granada drops Junior Eurovision Granada drops Junior EurovisionStage
Junior Eurovision 2004 will now be held in Lillehammer in Norway on November 20 and will be produced by broadcaster NRK. Granada controller of entertainment Mark Wells said: “We had an amicable discussion with the EBU, saying ‘we are struggling to make this show with the funds allocated and would you explore finding a new host broadcaster’. ” Junior Eurovision was held for the first time last year. Denmark hosted the competition, which was broadcast on ITV1 but proved less popular than the adult version of the competition – attracting just five million viewers in its 7pm slot. However, ten-year-old UK entrant Tom Morley fared better than his adult counterparts in the 2003 competition, scoring third place with Song for the World.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
Junior Melodi Grand Prix 2004 will be held on 25th September. Hosts of the show are singer Christine Milton, the original singer of Jamelia’s world hit Superstar, and Mads Lindemann.

Eurokids finalists to be presented on radio &
At the end of the first Eurokids 2004 show, recorded at the Castle of Deulin, a draw will be executed to decide the semifinal and order in which the songs will be performed. The semifinals of Eurokids 2004 take place on 10th and 17th September. On 26th September the Belgian representative for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Lillehammer will be selected.

The judges sentence the Olympics to
So, are miners competing for how much tonnage of coal they can shift in five minutes? Or is theirs an event judged on artistic merit, as colliers in helmets and hobnail-boots lumber around an underground coal-rink? Arthurrr Scargeeel, nul points. This is, of course, hypothesis. What is not is that the Games are now full of largely judgemental sports, Zeus meets the Eurovision song contest, in which there is no way in which judgements can be transparently honest. Deals and prejudices are always possible, if not actually implicit, in such a system. Why, in Athens, the crowd’s boos even caused the judges’ score for a Russian gymnast to be increased, and the American gymnast Paul Hamm was given a gold because the judges miscalculated their scores and gave him higher marks than the true winner, Yang Tae-yung of Korea. Even the existence of a maximum score, which is occasionally given in gymnastics, suggests that final perfection has been achieved. This is the equivalent to giving a runner in the 1952 Olympics who ran the mile in 4.

What kids are listening to in AthensBBC News
Fame Story has been the most popular for a while, and the programme makers make the most of their success by releasing little five-track CDs from the show every couple of weeks. Super Idol!

Now rival show Super Idol is getting more popular and it even has its own Simon Cowell-type judge called Ilias Psinakis. He manages one of the biggest solo stars in Greece, Sakis Rouvas, who finished third in the Eurovision Song Contest earlier in 2004. Last year’s Super Idol show produced a girl band, Hi-5, who Zak described as a bit like the Spice Girls

A bit like Enrique. To see how his style compares with the type of tunes UK listeners are used to, Newsround picked up a copy of his latest album.

International Izmir Fair opens its gates Fitch revises outlook for…Turkish Daily News – Turkish Daily News (subscription)
In the Russian pavilion, important Tatar companies like Tatneft, Nizhnekamsneftekhim and Kazanorgsintez will have stands. At the same time a conference of the petroleum, machine, construction and petro-chemical industries will be held with the attendance of Tatar President Mintimer Aymiyev. During the fair, popular Turkish and foreign singers like the winners of the Eurovision Song Contest, Ruslana, and world-famous band the Gypsy Kings will perform concerts. International Art Day, participated in by six countries, will be another focal point of the fair. These countries are Bulgaria, Mongolia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation and Turkey. During the fair a total of 626 security guards will be on duty, 24 hours a day. Police will also patrol the entrance of the fair.

Jonathan Aitken, former Conservative minister who lost his libel case against the Guardian four years ago and served a jail sentence for perjury, is 62. Cameron Diaz, actress who stars in the Charlie’s Angels movies and came to fame in There’s Something about Mary, is 32. Dana, Derry-born singer who was Ireland’s first Eurovision Song Contest winner with All Kinds of Everything, and former presidential candidate turned politician, is 53. John Peel, BBC disc jockey, is 65. Paul Oakenfold, best-selling DJ, is 41. TUESDAY Van Morrison, Irish-born international rock singer and composer, is 59. Martin Bell, OBE, BBC reporter, is 66.

The Local – Gyllenhammar back in Swedish businessThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlBusiness–>.

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