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Latvian submission deadline 22nd November

Eurovision News Review:

* Claire Sproule, Claire Sproule
* Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
* Tonight in Germany: ‘Hit Giganten – Kultschlager’
* Latvian submission deadline 22nd November
* Local girls: Cory Spedding, right, with friend and fellow West…
* Still time for centenary dinner tickets
* Independent Online Edition > Legal
* Istanbul promoted as candidate for European Capital of Culture in 2010
* A lesson from outer space
* Another Success for Eleanor Cassar
* The Local – Record Lottery winner wants to buy Zlatan

Claire Sproule, Claire SprouleGuardian Unlimited
Sproule is the first serious Irish candidate for the new-Norah-Jones mantle: the 21-year-old singer claims Tom Waits and Van Morrison as the inspiration for her intimate, open-hearted style, but it’s hard to detect them in an album whose chief virtue is its summery girlishness. Songs sound like diary entries: “You’re not the first and you won’t be the last,” she insists in The Deal, her wobbly soprano suggesting that the male in question is actually very much the first. Sproule is soft and sometimes diffident, despite upbeat, jazzy accompaniment from a veteran session crew, but fans of this kind of thing will be enchanted.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
However, just as in the big edition of Melodifestivalen this year, the jury vote outclassed the viewers choice in the televoting. Winner of the televote was Ana, who ended up finishing in third place. Ended in a bit of confusion
When the last points from the televoting were revealed an unfortunate error occured. It seems that a typing error in the host Shan Atci’s paper made him announce out the wrong song number as the one receiving the highest points from the televote.

Tonight in Germany: ‘Hit Giganten – Kultschlager’
1 will broadcast Hit Giganten – Kultschlager. This show honours the Top 30 of the most famous and most popular ‘Schlager’-songs ever. Many Eurovision Song Contest performers will be featured in the show – as well as some Eurovision Song Contest songs are expected to be among the Top 30. The following singers will be live on stage: Guildo Horn, who represented Germany in 1998 with Guildo hat Euch lieb is going to sing Ich find Schlager toll. Danish singer Gitte, the German entrant in 1973 with Junger Tag will sing Freu dich blo? nicht zu fr?h. J?rgen Marcus will perform his most succesful hit Eine neue Liebe ist wie ein neues Leben. He sang Chansons pour ceux qui s’aiment for Luxembourg in 1976… Michael Holm, who wrote the lyrics to Joy Fleming’s entry Ein Lied kann eine Br?cke sein in 1975, will sing Tr?nen L?gen nicht. Regarding the official compilation CD of the event, we can already guess, which songs might be among the Top 30. Three songs which actually were part of the Eurovision Song Contest can be found there: Katja Ebstein’s Wunder gibt es immer wieder from 1970, Mary Roos’ Aufrecht geh’n from 1984 and the only German winner in the contest, from 1982 Ein bi?chen Fireden by Nicole. Moreover, Marianne Rosenberg’s song Er geh?rt zu mir, which participated in the German national final in 1975, and the German version of the Italian entry in 1959, Piove, by Caterina Valente, are present. Other Eurovision Song Contest singers featured on the CD are Vicky Leandros (Luxembourg 1967 and 1972), Lale Andersen (Germany 1961), Karel Gott (Austria 1968), Hoffmann & Hoffmann (Germany 1983), Wencke Myrhe (Germany 1968), Udo J?rgens (Austria 1964, 1965 and 1966), Dschinghis Khan (Germany 1979), Conny Froeboss (Germany 1962) and Nino de Angelo (Germany 1989). The show will start 20:15 CET, live broadcast from Germany.

Latvian submission deadline 22nd
When the winner song is chosen, via sms and televote, it can be improved or changes in audio version, conception, language can be made by 17th March, 2006. Meanwhile, the competition of the title and logo of Latvian national junior selection is prolonged to 26th November, as well as Latvian Television has launched a new layout of their website. Latvia has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2000 and has benn represented by Brainstorm (2000), Arnis Mednis (2001), Marie N (2002), F. (2003), Fomins & Kleins (2004) and Walters & Kazha (2005). Latvia won the contest once (2002) and organised the 2003 edition in Riga.

Local girls: Cory Spedding, right, with friend and fellow West…News & Star
Now she has a raft of other engagements to look forward to, including returning to Manchester in two weeks’ time to take part in Granada’s final auditions for the prime-time TV show, Stars in Their Eyes. She applied last year to sing as Katie Melua and will sing her hit song, The Closest Thing to Crazy. Cory, a pupil at Whitehaven School, has also been asked to star in the British finals of this year’s Junior Eurovision in September. Granada bosses were so impressed with Cory, who won the competition last year and went on to come second in the grand final in Norway, that they want to be involved in the show, which is screened live. She also has to find time to jet to Croatia where she has been invited to sing a duet – and record a song – with the 2003 Junior Eurovision winner Dino, who has been inundated with requests to team up with Cory. But local fans need not fear that she is turning her back on her roots. After proving a hit as the star of Whitehaven Theatre Group’s recent production of Annie, she will be treading the boards again as Princess Lotus Blossom in the group’s Christmas panto, Aladdin.

Still time for centenary dinner ticketsCharlton Athletic Football Club
A number of former players and current club personalities will also attend the celebration, being held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in Hyde Park, London. Tickets, priced ?95 each or ?900 for a table for 10, are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests at the dinner will also be entertained by a specially-commissioned film charting some of the key moments in the Addicks history. For tickets, contact assistant to the chief executive Steve Sutherland via.

Independent Online Edition > LegalIndependent
Reformed in 1982 to exploit the German market for 1970s nostalgia, The Rubettes foundered again in 1999. Now, both versions of the band continue to market themselves in their distinctive floppy white hats. What’s in a name?BUCKS FIZZ: The former Eurovision winners argued over the right to the group’s name. In 2002, Bobby G won the right to keep the name. The name had also been used by former member David Van Day. They settled the row out of court. SPANDAU BALLET: The band formed in 1979 with Gary Kemp and his brother, Martin.

Istanbul promoted as candidate for European Capital of Culture in 2010Turkish Daily News – Turkish Daily News (subscription)
The European Capital of Culture is decided each year by the council on a commission recommendation, which takes into account the views of a jury comprising seven prominent independent members, each of them experts in the culture sector. Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topba? mentioned the centuries-long history of the city’s Polish village of Polonezk?y as an example of Istanbul’s European heritage. ?After our great success in hosting the NATO summit last year, plus the Eurovision Song Contest, the Champion’s League Final and most recently a Formula One race, Istanbul has proven that it belongs in the same league as New York, Paris and Tokyo,? said the mayor, adding, ?Being selected as European Capital of Culture would be a great boost to the promotion of Istanbul. ? Governor of Istanbul Muammer G?ler took a wider view, saying, ?Istanbul could play an important role in promoting Turkey as a whole. ? The prime minister’s special advisor on international affairs, Egemen Ba???, himself a Member of Parliament from Istanbul, took the widest view. ?Not only did the opening of EU negotiations help this push for Istanbul as the cultural capital of Europe, the city’s selection would most definitely help those negotiations,? he said. The EU Council of Ministers in 1985 launched the European City of Culture project, designed to ?contribute to bringing the peoples of Europe together.

A lesson from outer spacePrinceton University The Daily Princeton…
According to Montemarano, the teleconference, which was also broadcast on TigerTV via the local Patriot cable company, experienced connection problems because of the sheer number of relays that had to be made. "Part of the reason for today’s delay was because of a problem with the video transmission from the Russian side," Montemarano said. "We had to get the U. side to send signals to Russian command, which relayed to Eurovision and then to Patriot. When you have lots of hand offs, different problems come up. " A test was conducted on Monday for the teleconference, and no signal was received, which caused the organizers to warn the audience beforehand that the teleconference might not be successful.

Another Success for Eleanor
This is her third win in a row after she placed first last year in the Golden Stag Festival held in Romania. Such festival is considered second best after the Eurovision Song Contest. Before she left for Kazakisthan, Eleanor also won the Festival Kanzunetta Indipendenza with the song “Xemx mill-gdid” composed by Paul Abela and Joe Julian Farrugia. Following the success that Eleanor has made, Skene will open their season this year with the fantastic spectacle “Eleanor, A Voice” — A live concert featuring Eleanor Cassar. Acompanying her as Special Guests she will have Olivia Lewis, Glen Vella, Paul Giordimaina, Aldo Busuttil and Vittorio Gauci. The only Performance will be on Sunday 16th Ocotber 2005 starting at 7.

The Local – Record Lottery winner wants to buy ZlatanThe Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlNational–>.

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