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“Eurovision’s Greatest Hits” – 60th Anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest

Eurovision's Greatest Hits

Last night, 31 March, this year’s 60th Anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest was celebrated at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith when fifteen Eurovision acts from thirteen countries came together for the recording of a very special event showcasing.
The line-up of “Eurovision Song Contest’s Greatest Hits” includes names like Dana International, Emmelie de Forrest, Loreen, Johnny Logan, Brotherhood of Man, Conchita, Dima Bilan and Bobbysocks. The show was presented by Petra Mede and Graham Norton.
Read more to check out the complete line-up of the show and see which countries have confirmed that they will broadcast the anniversary show and when…

Eurovision's Greatest Hits

Last night, 31 March, this year’s 60th Anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest was celebrated at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith when fifteen Eurovision acts from thirteen countries came together for the recording of a very special event showcasing.

The line-up of “Eurovision’s Greatest Hits” includes names like Emmelie de Forest, Dana International, Dima Bilan, Johnny Logan, Loreen, Brotherhood of Man, Conchita and Bobbysocks. The show was presented by Petra Mede and Graham Norton and will be broadcast over Easter and beyond in many European countries and in Australia. The national broadcasters are able to broadcast the event on a date and channel that is convenient for their broadcasting schedules.

The full line-up of the show is as follows:

Anne-Marie David – Tu Te Reconnaîtras
Brotherhood of Man – Save Your Kisses For Me
Johnny Logan – What’s Another Year / Hold Me Now (Medley)
Nicole – Ein Bisschen Frieden
Herreys – Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley
Bobbysocks – La Det Swinge
Dana International – Diva
Olsen Brothers – Fly On The Wings Of Love
Natasha St-Pier – Je N’Ai Que Mon Ame
Rosa López – Medley of Spanish entries / Europe’s Living A Celebration
Lordi – Hard Rock Hallelujah
Dima Bilan – Never let you go / Believe (Medley)
Loreen – Euphoria
Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops
Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix

The following countries have confirmed that they will broadcast the show:

Australia – TBA (SBS, 16 May 2015)
Albania – TBA (RTSH, 5 April 2015)
Austria – TBA (ORF, 22 May 2015)
Belgium – TBA (RTBF, 12 May 2015); (Eén, 4 April 2015)
Bulgaria – TBA (BNT, 13 April 2015)
Croatia – TBA (HRT)
Denmark – TBA (DR1, 16 May 2015)
Estonia – TBA (ETV, 22 May 2015)
Finland – TBA (Yle Fem, 4 April 2015); TBA (Yle TV2, 11 April 2015)
France – TBA (France 2, 20 May 2015)
Germany – TBA (NDR, TBA)
Greece – TBA (NERIT, 16 May 2015)
Iceland – TBA (RÚV, 4 April 2015)
Ireland – TBA (RTÉ2, 3 April 2015)
Israel – TBA (Channel 1, 11 April 2015)
Latvia – TBA (LTV, TBA)
Norway – TBA (NRK1, 4 April 2015)
Portugal – TBA (RTP1, 26 April 2015)
Romania – TBA (TVR, 12 April 2015)
Russia – TBA (C1R, 5 April 2015)
San Marino – TBA (SMRTV, 5 April 2015)
Serbia – TBA (RTS)
Slovenia – TBA (RTVSLO, 13 June 2015)
Spain – TBA (RTVE, 16 May 2015)
Sweden – (SVT1, 4 April 2015)
Switzerland – TBA (SRF, 19 and 21 May 2015)
United Kingdom – TBA (BBC One, 3 April 2015); TBA (BBC Radio 2)

The following countries have stated that they will not broadcast the show:

Armenia – ARMTV
Luxembourg – RTL
Macedonia – MKRTV
Netherlands – AVROTROS
Ukraine – NTU

The following countries have not announced their plans on whether to broadcast the show:

Andorra, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Poland, Slovakia, Turkey

For more information on the special one-off 60th anniversary event please visit the BBC One website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02llhdd and check your national television programmes.

Watch the BBC One ‘Eurovision’s Greatest Hits’ trailer for the show here:

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