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07:58 National Triple Play

19:42 Eurovision News

25:05 Contest Contenders

48:03 Fan Favourite

Ukraine has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 17 times since making its debut in 2003. Ukraine has won the contest three times: in 2004 with “Wild Dances” by Ruslana, in 2016 with “1944” by Jamala, and in 2022 with “Stefania” by Kalush Orchestra, thus becoming the first country in the 21st century and the first Eastern European country to win the contest three times. They hosted the 2005 and 2017 contests in Kyiv.

This Weeks Highlights

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Brooke

Contest Contender

Brooke Scullion, sometimes performing under the mononym Brooke, is an Irish singer. She was a contestant on series 9 of The Voice UK, finishing in third place. She represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with the song 'That's Rich'.

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Jamala

National Triple Play

Susana Alimivna Jamaladinova, better known as Jamala, is a Ukrainian singer, actress and songwriter. She represented Ukraine and won the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden, with her song '1944'.

Getter Jaani 2011 Estonia

Track List

1Yassou MariaSarbel2007 Greece
2Hold On Be StrongMaria2008 Norway
3Hasta La VistaOlexandr Ponomaryov2003 Ukraine
4Sweet PeopleAlyosha2010 Ukraine
51944Jamala2016 Ukraine
6Marija l-MaltijaJoe Grech1971 Malta
7SloMoChanel2022 Spain
8TrenuleţulZdob şi Zdub & Fraţii Advahov2022 Moldova
9Give A Little Love Back To The WorldEmma1990 United Kingdom
10That’s RichBrooke Scullion2022 Ireland
11Dziesma Par LaimaFomins & Kleins2004 Latvia
12Rockefeller StreetGetter Jaani2011 Estonia
13StonesZiBBZ2018 Switzerland
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