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07:54 National Triple Play

19:30 Eurovision News

24:07 Special Guest

45:20 Fan Favourite

Ireland has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 55 times since making its debut at the 1965 contest in Naples, missing only two contests since then (1983 and 2002). The contest final is broadcast in Ireland on RTÉ One. Ireland has a record total of seven wins, and is the only country to have won three times consecutively. Ireland’s seven wins were achieved by Dana with “All Kinds of Everything” (1970), Johnny Logan with “What’s Another Year” (1980) and “Hold Me Now” (1987), Linda Martin with “Why Me” (1992), Niamh Kavanagh with “In Your Eyes” (1993), Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan with “Rock ‘n’ Roll Kids” (1994) and Eimear Quinn with “The Voice” (1996).

This Weeks Highlights

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Lidia Kopania

Special Guest

Lidia Kopania-Przebindowska is a Polish singer and the frontwoman of the musical group Kind of Blue. Kopania had previously represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, held in Moscow, Russia.

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Sarah McTernan

National Triple Play

Sarah McTernan is an Irish singer-songwriter from Scarriff, County Clare. She is known for taking third place in the fourth season of The Voice of Ireland in April 2015. She represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song '22'.

Zeljko Joksimovic & Ad Hoc Orchestra 2004 Serbia

Track List

1Je Ne Sais QuoiHera Bjork2010 Iceland
2Ne Brini (Could It Be)Mija Martina Barbaric2003 Bosnia and Herzegovina
3All Kinds Of EverythingDana1970 Ireland
4Somewhere In EuropeLiam Reilly1990 Ireland
522Sarah McTernan2019 Ireland
6FairytaleEneda Tarifa2016 Albania
7I Don’t Wanna LeaveLidia Kopania2009 Poland
8Scars Are BeautifulLidia Kopania2021 Non Contest
9For A Thousand YearsDarja Svajger1999 Slovenia
10Lane MojeZeljko Joksimovic & Ad Hoc Orchestra2004 Serbia
11Without Your LoveAndre2006 Armenia
12You And MeTakasa2013 Switzerland
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