In a new reaction series, Laura and Martyn, two UK Eurovision fans from the Eurovision podcast Nul Points decide whether Jahn Teigen from Norway deserved to get nul points for his 1978 performance of “Mil Etter Mil”?
Martyn and Laura bring you everything you need to know from the world of The Eurovision Song Contest. They’re also going back to 1978 to make their first ever YouTube video looking at the song which got nul points that year. Plus, Trivia Time looks at Eurovision’s quirky history from years gone by.
Laura and Martyn chat to Tim Jumawan from The Euro Podcast and Editor at ESCXTRA.com which is inviting people to predict which acts will represent their countries at Eurovision 2021. There’s also more hints for the song Daði will be taking to the contest and you’ll get your dose of Eurovision trivia in Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress discuss the big news from the Eurovision Song Contest. How many countries are performing this year and what song would win if any track could enter? Cress promises to get naked and there’s another look at some song contest trivia from years gone by.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress celebrate one year of the podcast. They’ll be looking back at some of their favourite bits from the last 12 months as well as reflecting on great news for fans of Daði Freyr.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress discuss the latest from the world of Eurovision. Could Will Ferrell’s Eurovision film be up for an Oscar and might Daði Freyr be selected to represent Iceland in 2021? There’s also another round of Trivia Time where Martyn and Laura look back at a rather dramatic interval act from 1989.
Laura and Martyn discuss the online Eurovision fan events that took place over the weekend, including some controversy around the Eurovision NI Awards. There’s also some sad news for Daði fans and more contest craziness in Trivia Time!
Martyn and Laura find out more about a couple of virtual Eurovision fan events happening this weekend. Plus there’s another crazy story from the contest’s history in Trivia Time.
Martyn and Laura chat to Natalia from Tuneful TV, a YouTube channel that features reactions to Eurovision entries. Plus there’s information from the EBU about the different ways the 2021 contest might look depending on the virus situation at the time.
Martyn and Laura bring you news of how the Junior Eurovision’s going ahead this year. Could it be a blueprint for the main contest in 2021? Also, Eurovision YouTubers The Cheerful Twins from Iceland drop by to make Martyn less miserable.