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Inspired Gaultier creates a fairytale from the steppes

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* Independent Online Edition > Media
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
* Tallinn’s sounds of the underground
* Inspired Gaultier creates a fairytale from the steppes
* Win vouchers to spend at any Tesco store
* Tandberg Television to demonstarte DVB-S2 at IBC in Amsterdam
* Everybody Is Fired
* Up for the cups: Brothers Tom, left, and Jim Morley with England and…
* Real: Jenny Eclair
* Junior Song for Europe Finalists

Independent Online Edition > MediaIndependent
I have to confess that the only other sport I ever watch is tennis when Wimbledon is on. But perhaps it’s because the World Championship falls on May Bank Holiday that it has a special “sit around your TV and stay up late if it goes to a frame-biter” feel to it. A bit like Eurovision except that someone British always wins. There’s very little glamour in snooker, unless you count Ronnie O’Sullivan, who has an unquestionable sex appeal. Unlike most other sports, with snooker you can change your allegiance as you go along – so you’re guaranteed to like someone best in the final. For me it’s always the one who isn’t Peter Ebdon. I defy anyone not to remember with a certain fondness the moment Dennis Taylor beat Steve Davis in the final to beat all finals back in 1985 – despite his dodgy upside-down glasses.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
In next week’s second semifinal, another couple will be selected for the final. Out of all songs and singers that didn’t qualify, the jury will select one extra participant. The show starts at 19:55 on Nederland 2. First semifinal
Unlike previous years, the national selection takes place in the Utrecht Central Studios, instead of the Pepsi Stage Theatre in Amsterdam. The show will be hosted by Tooske Breugem, who also hosts the German edition of Idols. The participants;

1. Angelo – Slapeloze nachten (Sleepless nights)

Tallinn’s sounds of the undergroundSunday Times – The Sunday Times
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. Then Estonia hosted 2002’s Eurovision Song Contest, and the first of the British stag parties arrived. Now, with this year’s NATO and EU membership, the ‘regular’ tourists are turning up, hoping for something different, calmer, less expensive…and they’re finding that Tallinn has a trump card, in the form of its small but stunning Old Town; fully modernised, but with romantic cobbled streets straight out of medieval Europe. SECRET PLACESLaboratoriumi, a narrow, slightly run-down alley, hugs a stretch of the Old Town’s northwestern wall which is complete with a series of intact towers. There’s nothing outside no 22 to suggest there’s a Ukrainian Church & Community Centre here until you step inside the courtyard – and even then it’s anything but ordinary. Yes, that’s a cow and a pig painted on the altar where saints should be.

Inspired Gaultier creates a fairytale from the
Ukraine’s First Lady, Kateryna Yushchenko, the wife of the new president, and the couple’s six-year-old daughter, Sophia, were the guests of honour – an indication of their determination to forge closer ties with Europe. “We want to bring to Europe what is best from Ukraine and to take back the best of Europe,” Mrs Yushchenko said. Gaultier’s passion for this historic region stems from his visit, in May, as a guest of honour at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. “We are thrilled he has decided to take inspiration from our culture and demonstrate it to the rest of the world. “Gaultier’s collection unfolded like a fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen or The Brothers Grimm, and as evocative as a Tchaikovsky ballet.

Win vouchers to spend at any Tesco storeNew Statesman
Even better if you can convince earthlings that your particular rock holds their destiny in its hands and influences their every move. First it was Troy and the Odyssey: “Neptune and Venus are in opposition this week: beware of five-headed sea monsters and seductive sirens who might turn your men into swine. ” Then it was Greece’s Eurovision Song Contest triumph: “A fantastic week for tone-deaf, bouzouki-playing Scorpios with no dress sense. “Now the influence of the gods and their eponymous planets is everywhere. Next time you miss the bus, your girlfriend dumps you and the wrong pizza delivery arrives during an untimely confluence of Mercury, Venus and Jupiter in Virgo, just remember: whom the gods would destroy they first deprive of their potato wedges.

Tandberg Television to demonstarte DVB-S2 at IBC in
The results proved that the new transmission standard can give up
to 30 per cent increased throughput in a given bandwidth and that
the Tandberg professional receiver is compliant with the DVB-S2
standard. "Our trials with Tandberg Television demonstrated that the
increased efficiency of DVB-S2 8PSK modulation could be used to
reduce the occupied bandwidth of our existing 4-carrier system,
allowing the introduction of a fifth carrier of equal data rate. The power of DVB-S2 was spectacularly proven here as this was achieved
with no loss in link margin compared with the existing QPSK DVB-S
system," EBU-Eurovision Operations head of technical development
Didier Debellemaniere says. The release also adds that visitors to IBC will be able to see the
latest DVB-S2 system in action on the Tandberg Television stand. The end-to-end solution for satellite contribution and distribution
will demonstrate how satellite broadcasters can build a cost-effective,
bandwidth-efficient DVB-S2 system using the latest encoding, decoding,
multiplexing and control technology. Moreover, the combination of savings in bit rate from advanced video
encoding (MPEG-4 AVC and VC-1) and the increased efficiency of DVB-S2
makes the transmission of HDTV an efficient and financially attractive
reality, informs the release. Tandberg Television director business development Roger Bolton
says, "Our tests with the EBU, together with our first-to-market
IBC launch of DVB-S2 modulators and receivers, shows that the long-awaited
next generation standard for satellite broadcasting has finally

Everybody Is FiredKommersant
Tomenko was an organizer of last year’s Eurovision and also has a nickname Main DJ of Orange Revolution. Almost simultaneously with Tomenko’s statement, information about the resignation of Pyotr Poroshenko, Secretary of National Security Council and Defense Minister, hit the news wires. It looked like the resignation was signed by Poroshenko that night and in the morning it was given to the media. In the same time, the Secretary of National Security Council sent a letter with the request to call back his recent petition about giving up his parliamentary mandate. The morning’s double strike crashed the whole Ukrainian power.

Up for the cups: Brothers Tom, left, and Jim Morley with England and…News & Star
The audience loved them, too. “It’s the first time they have done anything like this together and to come third is absolutely marvellous. ”

The Morleys are now gearing up for a trip to Malta where Tom, who came second in the first Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen in 2003, is a special guest at an international music festival. His eight-year-old sister Demi will also be competing. Other stories from this category that may
interest you:.

Real: Jenny EclairNews & Star
She has a column in Celebrity Homes and is a familiar face on television including So Graham Norton (Channel 4), Richard and Judy (Channel 4), Liquid News (BBC3) and Celebdaq (Living TV). Jenny has also wangled her own series, Private Function (five) and made appearances on Celebrity Weakest Link (BBC1) and Call my Bluff (BBC1). She has also hosted The Perrier Awards (C4), The BBC New Comedy

Awards (BBC1) and the Eurovision Song Contest (BBC3). Oh, and she narrates documentaries. A very talented woman then. Unlike, possibly, her inspiration(s) for The Andy Warhol Syndrome. “We’re going through a very voyeuristic phase at the moment,” says Jenny.

Junior Song for Europe
In the morning all compositions were heard on cd, while in the afternoon all singers had to sing the song live. The 16 finalists in order of appearance in the final are below. The Junior Song for Europe Festival will be held on 24 September at the University of Malta. The winner will take place in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 26 November in Hasselt, Belgium. The 16 Finalists


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