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Judah Gavra (IL Kdam Eurovision 2013) visits new ESC Radio studio

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 @ 5:55 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho


Israeli singer Judah Gavra gained international popularity when he took part in Kdam Eurovision 2013, the country’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. His entry Hayom – We’re Beautiful finished fourth in the competition but became the most popular 2013 Kdam entry with the listeners and one of the season’s most requested  pre-selection songs on ESC Radio.

During his current stay in Europe, Judah visited our new ESC Radio studio in Berlin, Germany, to talk about Eurovision, his own participation and his latest single release Stay. Read more and listen to our interview with Judah…


Playlist Update – national selections for Eurovision Vienna 2015

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 @ 5:07 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

Playlist update

While Malta, Macedonia, The Netherlands, Albania and Belarus have already chosen their entries, many other European countries have started with their national selections for the 60th Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Vienna, Austria, in May.

As usual at this time of year, ESC Radio puts a special focus on the music from the national selections. While these competitions continue, our playlist will be regularly updated. At the same time we will continue to offer you popular Eurovision songs and hits from recent years, ESC Classics and remixes.

Tune in to and enjoy the music of Eurovision!

ESC Top 250 – Loreen did it again!

Thursday, January 1st, 2015 @ 11:32 am
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

Euphoria Loreen

Euphoria, Sweden’s 2012 Eurovision winning song, has won the ‘ESC Top 250’ voting for a third year running. Last night, during the last 30 minutes of the year, the countdown was complete, and Loreen finished on top once again, congratulations! Two songs from the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, Calm After The Storm by The Common Linnets (Netherlands) and Rise Like A Phoenix by Conchita Wurst (Austria) came second and third in the voting.

Read more and check out the complete list of the 2014 edition of the ‘ESC Top 250’…


Happy New Year 2015

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014 @ 7:16 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho




The voting for the 2014 edition of the Eurovision TOP 250 is now closed. Between 3 November and 13 December, for the 7th time the world-wide fans of the Contest voted their favourite ten ESC songs. The annual countdown is a collaboration with, OGAE International, and fan sites and

On New Year’s Eve, 31 December, ESC Radio will present you the Eurovision TOP 250, the ranking of the 250 most voted songs. Can Loreen’s Euphoria stay on top for a third time in a row? Will another Eurovision winner from recent years take over? How will Austria’s 2014 ESC winning song Rise Like A Phoenix do?

Tune in to ESC Radio on New Year’s Eve, 31 December, at 11:00 CET, and listen to the most popular Eurovision songs, as voted for by the world-wide fans!

For the results of last year’s voting please visit:

ESC TOP 250 – vote for your favourite songs from the Eurovision Song Contest history!

Sunday, November 9th, 2014 @ 3:18 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

esc250 2014-transp

May we have your votes, please? It’s time again for a new edition of the Eurovision TOP 250!

For the seventh time this year, organised once again by, in collaboration with the international Eurovision fan clubs OGAE International, ESC Radio, and fan sites, and, Eurovision fans have the opportunity to vote for their favourites from the 59 years of Song Contest history and decide about the ranking. You can vote according to the official Eurovision voting system, awarding a set of points from 1 to 8, then 10 and finally 12 points to your personal no. 1 Eurovision song. The voting closes on Saturday, 13 December 2014.

The countdown of your 250 favourite ESC songs will be broadcast here on ESC Radio on the last day of the year, December 31.

To cast your vote, please go to

For the results of last year’s voting please visit: