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Melodifestivalen update and holiday disasters
Eurovision fans Martyn and Laura are back from their holidays with disaster stories to tell! There's plenty of stories in the world of Eurovision too with an OGAE controversy making headlines and an update from Sweden's selection process, Melodifestivalen, that'll mean a lot of work for producers of the show.
All that plus another edition of Flop That Euro Bop and your correspondence.
UK back in Junior Eurovision and Cress in Germany
Eurovision fans Martyn WIlliams and Laura Cress react to the news that the UK's announced it'll participate in Junior Eurovision for the first time since 2005. Also, what's Laura doing in Germany?
Måneskin festival furore and host city odds
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back with another edition of your favourite Eurovision fan podcast. In this episode they chat about Italian 2021 winners Måneskin who've pulled out of a UK festival to play at the MTV Music Awards. There's also the betting odds for which city will host the contest in 2023 and the answer to Flop The Euro Bop.
UK host cities shortlist revealed
Martyn and Laura are back for another edition of your favourite Eurovision fan podcast. The BBC's announced the seven cities shortlisted to host the contest in 2023. Martyn and Cress give their thoughts on the cities in the running.
There's also another edition of Flop The Euro Bob. Can you work out what listener Luke is singing?
Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back to bring you more chat about The Eurovision Song Contest. After missing it out last episode Martyn and Laura discuss whether London could host in 2023 with Jay Lacey from EuroStarz.
There's also another round of Euro Terrible Singer... or will it have another name by the end of the episode?
UK to host Eurovision 2023
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress celebrate the news that the UK has been announced as the host of The Eurovision Song Contest 2023.
Now the battle begins for which city will host the event. Martyn and Laura pit Eurovision fans against each other as they champion their favourite UK city.