Laura and Martyn take an irreverent look at the world’s biggest TV show. The pair celebrate the new Eurovision year and find out more about some of the contest’s history with Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you more news and chat from the crazy world of The Eurovision Song Contest. Nicky from the Eurovision NI fan blog talks about the upcoming Eurovision NI Awards, the pair find another American fan (taking the total so far to two) and what will Martyn and Laura discuss when they finally meet in person in Birmingham?
Martyn and Laura get more reaction to news of a new Eurovision-style American Song Contest being launched in the US. They speak to Sam Ross from the 12 Points From America podcast and ESC Insight.
Martyn and Laura react to the announcement of The American Song Contest in the USA. It’s being made by the EBU and will see all 50 states competing. Plus James Rowe from The Euro Trip podcast drops by.
Laura and Martyn test each other’s knowledge of Eurovision trivia, there’s news of a big decision for Iceland over who to send to the competition in 2021 and why has San Marino’s Senhit been getting freaky in Rotterdam?
Martyn and Laura chat to Alasdair Rendall, President of the UK arm of the OGAE, the official Eurovision fan club. They also say goodbye to contest favourite Jon Ola Sand who steps down from his role as Eurovision’s Executive Supervisor after 10 years.
Laura and Martyn give you their thoughts on Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, the Netflix film based around Eurovision starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams. There’s also news of rule changes for the contest in 2021 and a bit of bad news for fans of France’s Tom Leeb.
Martyn and Laura chat to the people behind the Daði Freyr International Fan Group. There’s also Eurovision news as the dates for the 2021 contest have been announced.
Laura and Martyn meet Jack and Liz from Australian Eurovision podcast Douze Points. They chat about Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light and the future of the contest. Plus, the viewing figures are in from EESAL.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress react to the Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light programme, broadcast instead of the now-cancelled ESC 2020. Featuring performances from old favourites and clips of this year’s songs. Was Netta singing about a skip? Does Mans live in Harry Potter’s house? All that and more in this episode of Nul Points.