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Sweden’s 2012 Eurovision winning song, Euphoria, performed by Loreen, has won the ‘ESC Top 250’ voting for a seventh year running. Last night, during the last minutes of the year, the countdown was complete, and Loreen finished on top once again, congratulations! This year’s Eurovision Song Contest runner-up, Eleni Foureira’s Fuego (Cyprus), stormed to No. 2, while Israel’s winning song Toy reached only No. 23 – the second time for the latest ESC winning song to finish outside the Top 10 or even Top 20 (in 2011, Ell/Nikki’s Running Scared entered the Top 250 at No. 44).
The 2017 Eurovision winning song Amar Pelos Dois completes this year’s Top Three.

Only two songs from before 2000 reached the Top 20: Norway’s 1995 entry Nocturne by Secret Garden at #10, and ABBA’s 1974 ESC classic Waterloo at #11.

Read more and check out the complete list of the 2018 edition of the ‘ESC Top 250’…

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Earlier this month, Eurovision fans around the world voted their favourite songs from the 63 years of Eurovision Song Contest history. The ‘ESC Top 250‘ poll is a collaboration with Belgian website Songfestival.be.

On New Year’s Eve, 31 December, ESC Radio will present you the countdown of the 250 songs that received the most votes. Will Sweden’s 2012 entry Euphoria by Loreen hold the number one position for a seventh year? How will this year’s winning song Toy from Israel come off? And will your personal top favourite rank highly?

Tune in to ESC Radio on New Year’s Eve, 31 December, at 11:00 CET, and find out!

For the results of last year’s voting please visit: http://www.escradio.com/2018/01/loreen-wins-eurovision-top-250-voting-for-sixth-year-running/

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ESC Top 250 – vote for your all time favourite Eurovision songs

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 @ 9:07 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

It’s that time of year again – fans and followers of the Eurovision Song Contest are invited to vote for their favourites from the 63 years of Song Contest history! Over these next two weeks until December 3, you’ll have the opportunity to vote for your favourite songs.

The voting is organised by Belgian website songfestival.be, and as usual the official Eurovision voting system will be used, awarding a set of points from 1 to 8, then 10 and finally 12 points to your personal no. 1 song. The voting ends Monday, December 3, at 12.00 CET. To cast your vote please go to
https://songfestival.be/en/top-250-2018/esc-250-europe-start-voting-now/

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

Meanwhile, for the results of last year’s voting please visit:
http://www.escradio.com/2018/01/loreen-wins-eurovision-top-250-voting-for-sixth-year-running/

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The winners in our Cesár Sampson CD-single competition

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 @ 9:52 am
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

In our last competition to win a copy of the promotional CD single of Cesár Sampson’s Eurovision entry Nobody But You plus ESC Radio funglasses, we asked you to name the one Austrian artist who officially represented his country at Eurovision on three occasions. The correct answer is: Udo Jürgens (1964, 1965 and 1966)

And the three winners are: Agata Dąbrowski (Poland), Alexander Sánchez (Spain) and Torsten Schubert (Germany), congratulations! Better luck next time for those who did not win, a new competition soon to come.

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Competition – win a Cesár Sampson promotional CD single and a pair of ESC Radio funglasses

Thursday, July 26th, 2018 @ 1:12 pm
, posted by Daniel Mourinho

We have a new competition for you, and this time we’re giving away three promotional CDs of Austria’s Eurovision entry Nobody But You, performed by Cesár Sampson and winner of this year’s jury voting. The CD single contains the ESC version, karaoke and instrumental versions, and comes with a very nice 20-page booklet with Cesár’s biography & the song lyrics in various languages (English, German, French, Russian, Portuguese) and many photos, plus a sheet of removable tattoos. Together with each item we’re giving away a pair of ESC Radio funglasses, red or blue. To be in with a chance to win, just answer the following question correctly:

In the 51 years of Austrian Song Contest participation, several artists participated twice. There’s one artist however, who represented the country on three occasions. Send your answer with the artist’s name to competition@escradio.com along with your full name and postal address by Tuesday 31 July at 23:59 CEST. And don’t forget to mention which colour of our funglasses you would like, blue or red. The names of the three lucky winners will be revealed here on our website. Good luck!

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He was one of the biggest sensations in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal – 22-year-old Mikolas Josef from the Czech Republic. With his song Lie To Me he finished sixth on the big night, making it the country’s best placing in the contest to date. In the ESC Radio Awards voting, held in early June, the worldwide listeners, fans and followers of Eurovision voted Mikolas on top in two categories, ‘Best Song‘ and ‘Best Male Artist‘. It was the eighth time that an entry that did not win the televised Contest takes a double victory in the ESC Radio Awards.

Earlier this week, Mikolas visited ESC Radio studio in Berlin, Germany, to receive the trophies and chat about his Eurovision adventure, his current activities and the upcoming release of the Spanish version of Lie To Me. The interview will air today Friday, 20 July, at 11.30 CEST, and be repeated at 19.30 CEST

Read more to check out some photos from the visit and watch again Miki’s performance at Lisbon’s Altice Arena on 12th May…

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