Scott Mills hosts your weekly Eurovision backstage pass to The Eurovision Song Contest.
18. Goodnight Europe!
For those of you suffering from P.E.B, the Post Eurovision Blues, we’re here to ease your pain! In this special last episode Scott has a chat with the man who was victorious last Saturday and is the reason we’ll all be heading to Holland next year, Duncan Laurence! Plus, we’ll be hearing from our Prince Michael Rice and giving San Marino's Serhat a call. After 18 episodes we’re all Eurovision’ed out! Thank you so much to everyone to who emailed us and downloaded the podcast, roll on The Netherlands 2020!
17. Eurovision Final!
NB – Contains spoilers! It’s been Eurovision Christmas with the final and here’s our Boxing Day equivalent debrief! What. A. Show. We’ll whizz you through our personal highlights and moments of the four hour epic and who we predicted would win against what actually happened. We chat to Rylan after his turn as representative of the British Jury (and he doesn’t agree with all of their choices), plus Daniel ‘wizard’ Radcliffe shares his Eurovision love and brings us our penultimate lyric of the week. We get reassurance from Jayde about how our Prince is doing (all are agreed he did an amazing performance) and guys, we really need to talk about Madonna.
16. It’s Eurovision Eve!
It’s Eurovision Eve! Someone’s life is about to change forever and no one understands that more than the current reigning champion, Netta. We gave her a call right after her epic performance at Semi-Final 1 and we also have a visit from the Godfather of Eurovision, Graham Norton! And, there’s no denying the fact that they’ve become the brother and sister duo of Eurovision 2019, so Jayde will be chatting to our Prince Michael Rice and giving him some last minute big-sisterly advice ahead of his jury performance tonight.
15. Semi-Final 1!
HAPPY EUROVISION WEEK! Jayde and Scott are in Tel Aviv and will give their FULL analysis of Semi-Final 1, including all the backstage gossip from the UK’s commentary booth. But that’s not all we’ve got in store for you, Scott has a catch-up with Mel Giedroyc and Jayde is reunited with our Prince Michael Rice and, well, our honorary Prince, seeing as he was born in Croydon and wrote our song - Sweden’s John Lundvik!
14. Rylan, Michael Rice, Kate Miller-Heidke and Richard Osman!
We’ve made it! We are now just ONE WEEK away from the first semi final and to celebrate, we’ll be talking to Scott’s other Eurovision partner in crime, Rylan! Montenegro’s D-Mol go ‘Under the Spotlight’ and we have a final catch up with our Prince, Michael Rice before we all reunite in Tel Aviv! Jayde will also be chatting to one of her favourite acts of the competition who’ll be competing in the first semi final on Tuesday 14th May, Australia’s Kate Miller Heidke! And finally, this week's Eurovision Lyric of the Week will be recited by none other than Richard Osman from Pointless!
We are talking to the woman responsible for possibly the greatest Eurovision song of all time, 2012’s Eurovision Champion - Loreen! We also have the host of Radio 1’s Drag Queens' Den podcast and Eurovision superfan Glyn Fussell in the studio with us! His music video dropped last week and Jayde is absolutely obsessed with it, so this week we are putting The UK’s very own Michael Rice 'Under the Spotlight.' And at the end of the show just to top all of this Eurovision goodness off, we will be hearing from the absolute Godfather of Eurovision, the man who will be reading any ill-thought-out outfits and staging choices to filth on Saturday 18th May, Graham Norton is reading our Eurovision Lyric of the Week!
Alright, but needs a bit more focus
I really appreciate Scott’s insight. I know that Eurovision is an opportunity to have fun, but I think both, but more so Jade, needs to read the room a bit more - some of the comments on other national acts border on bullying. You did talk about why other countries might not like us; perhaps they would if you treated them with a bit more respect.
As a Eurovision fan, this podcast feels very insincere and uninformed. A very shallow attempt compared to ESC Insight which is the far superior Eurovision podcast.
Fantastic podcast for super fans and newbies alike
I love this podcast. It’s such a warm, funny show which is informative without being too confusing for anyone just coming into the world of Eurovision. Superb guests throughout and Scott and Jayde are great together!