Eurovision Show


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07:54 National Triple Play

18:47 Eurovision News

23:47 Special Guest

48:10 Fan Favourite

This Weeks Highlights



Special Guest

Timebelle is a Swiss-Romanian band from Bern, currently consisting of lead vocalist Miruna Mănescu, drummer Samuel Forster, and multi-instrumentalist Emanuel Daniel Andriescu. The band represented Switzerland in 2017 with the song 'Apollo' placing 12th in the 2nd Semi Final.


Nathan Trent

Fan Favourite

Nathanaele Koll, known professionally as Nathan Trent, is an Austrian singer. He represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song 'Running on Air' finishing in 16th place.

The United Kingdom has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 65 times. It first took part in the second contest in 1957 and has entered every year since 1959. Along with Sweden and the Netherlands, the UK is one of only three countries with Eurovision victories in four different decades. It is one of the “Big Five” countries, along with France, Germany, Italy and Spain. They are automatically prequalified for the final each year as they are the biggest financial contributors to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). The British national broadcaster, the BBC, broadcasts the event and has, on multiple occasions, organised different national selection processes to choose the British entry. The UK has won the contest five times, and has finished as runner-up on a record sixteen occasions. The UK has hosted the contest a record nine times, London (1960, 1963, 1968 and 1977), Edinburgh (1972), Brighton (1974), Harrogate (1982), Birmingham (1998), and Liverpool (2023).

Jessica Garlick United Kingdom 2002

In 2001, she was among the last ten contestants on the ITV talent show Pop Idol. The BBC later invited her to sing “Come Back”, one of the competing songs in A Song for Europe, the British selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2002. The audience selected her to represent the United Kingdom at the event in Tallinn, where she took her country to its best result since Imaani’s “Where Are You?” in 1998, finishing joint third alongside Estonia’s representative, Sahlene.

Track List

1I DoFabrizio Faniello2006 Malta
2Once In A LifetimeInes2000 Estonia
3I Love The Little ThingsMatt Monroe1964 United Kingdom
4Give A Little Love Back To The WorldEmma1990 United Kingdom
5Come BackJessica Garlick2002 United Kingdom
6De La CapatVoltaj2015 Romania
7ApolloTimebelle2017 Switzerland
8Drink BeerTimebelle2023 Non Contest
9AmsterdamMaggie Macneal1980 Netherlands
10Running On AirNathan Trent2017 Austria
11In A Moment Like ThisChanee & N’evergreen2010 Denmark
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