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The winners in our Cesár Sampson CD-single competition

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 …

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

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 …

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Mikolas Josef (Czech Republic) receives ESC Radio awards – exclusive interview today Friday, 20 Jul, at 11.30 and 19.30 CEST

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 …

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The winners in our Iriao “For You” promo DVD-r competition

Time to reveal the names of the winners in our competition for the three promo DVD-r of Iriao’s 2018 Eurovision entry For You + ESC Radio funglasses. We asked you to name us the country’s entry that was sung mostly in English but had some Georgian parts in the lyrics. …

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Competition – win an Iriao “For You” promo DVD-r and a pair of ESC Radio funglasses

It’s competition time again, and this time we have a very special collector’s item for you. The Georgian team issued a DVD-r of Iriao’s entry for Lisbon, For You, featuring exclusively the video clip of the song. The DVD comes in a nice triple gatefold card sleeve with the song …

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Luísa Sobral – winner of the 2017 ESC Radio ‘Best Song’ Award

Luísa Sobral, winner of the 2017 ESC Radio ‘Best Song’ Award, has sent us this picture, showing her with the trophy.  Luísa composed Amar pelos dois, which won the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, performed by her brother Salvador Sobral. It was Portugal’s first win in the contest since the country’s …

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