TEP Recaps: Eurovision News (6th February 2021)

Rory leads the recap of all things that have happened in the world of Eurovision in the past seven days. With two new songs selected for the Contest in May, the National Final season is kicking up a gear, as other national selections continue – including the mighty Melodifestivalen. We also round up news from…

“Voilà” to represent France in Rotterdam!

After a fantastically produced show from France Télévisions, we now officially have our third song for Eurovision 2021! France has voted to send Barbara to represent the country with their song “Voilà” by a large margin, beating out 11 other contestants. The 12 songs that took part in tonight’s competition were: 21 Juin le Duo…

TEP Recaps: Eurovision News (30th January 2021)

As National Final season enters a new gear, Rosie leads our weekly news roundup of Eurovision news. A lot has gone on in the past seven days – from Natalia Gordienko officially being reconfirmed for Moldova to Israel’s selection of its song – so if you need a quick report on everything that’s been going…

TEP Reviews: #ESC250 2020 (+ Extra News!)

This week, Jazzi, Rory and Rosie review the overall results of the ESC250 initiative, run by ESC Radio in conjunction with Songfestival.be! Together, we talk about our feelings towards the results as Loreen clinches yet another victory, while also reflecting on other songs that made (or didn’t make) the cut. There is also a catch…

TEP Reviews: NF Season in the New Year

Welcome to 2021 everyone! This week, we announce the start of a shift in our podcast as we move into National Final season. Rosie, Rory and Tim talk about the results of Festivali i Këngës, as well as giving our opinions on songs released in Israel, Estonia and France. We also give our initial impressions…

France: L’Amour or L’Enfer?

This week, the hosts return to the Big Five to cover France, one of the most present countries to ever take part in Eurovision. Jazzi, Rosie, Rory and Tim regale their favourite French entries, reflect on the ever-present use of French in the Contest and debate on what French monument should be used in future…