Episode 55 -“Russian Screaming, Elton John’s Toupee, and Nul Points”

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It’s our 3rd Birthday!

In this episode, we chat about Riga, the two hosts of 2003, the postcards, the controversies, the fashion at Eurovision 2003 plus the winner of the Barbara Dex Award, the interval act, European and Australian news, what was happening in entertainment, the WTF and OMG moments of the contest, the voting, and play our top 10 of 2003 based on a jury of two!

Songs Include:

Let’s Get Happy  – LOU (Germany)

Don’t Break My Heart – Nicola (Romania)

Hello From Mars – FLY (Latvia)

Could It Be (Ne Brini) – Mija Martina (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Hasta La Vista – Olexandr Ponomaryov (Ukraine)

I’m Not Afraid To Move On – Jostein Hasselgard (Norway)

Vise Nisam Tvoja – Claudia Beni (Croatia)

Ner Ver’, Ne Bojsia – t.A.T.u (Russia)

Sanomi – Urban Trad (Belgium)

Every Way That I Can – Sertab Erener (Turkey)

 

Then the Yoda Beanie of Doom gave us our next year:

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Next episode we travel to Stockholm for 2000!

 

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We are not affiliated with the EBU (European Broadcasting Union), its partners, or SBS (Special Broadcasting Service). We are just fans.” 

Intro and Indents provided by Shock Wave SoundInto The Lights by Global Sound System.

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Eurovision 2019: Recap and Review

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Danie and Mark have returned from Tel Aviv! After jet lag and Mark’s flu, they are finally back behind the mic!

They chat about their personal experiences of their first Eurovision (and their first Eurovision with a press pass), their time in Israel, and they review and recap all 41 songs from last place to first.

And of course, we play the winner! Congratulations, The Netherlands!

Arcade – Duncan Laurence

ALSO, STAY TUNED FOR OUR REGULAR PROGRAMMING – EPISODE 55: 2003!

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We are not affiliated with the EBU (European Broadcasting Union), its partners, or SBS (Special Broadcasting Service). We are just fans.” 

Intro and Indents provided by Shock Wave SoundInto The Lights by Global Sound System.

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Orange Carpet Host Butchering Artists’ Names (audio from YouTube)

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Episode 54 – “2004: Turkish Pride, Technical Issues, and Wild Dancing”

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In this episode, we chat about Istanbul, the two hosts of 2004, the postcards, the controversies, the fashion at Eurovision 2004 plus the winner of the Barbara Dex Award, the interval act, European and Australian news, what was happening in entertainment, the WTF and OMG moments of the contest, the voting, and play our top 10 of 2004 based on a jury of two!

Songs Include:

In The Disco – Deen (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

On Again Off Again – Julie and Ludwig (Malta)

1 Life – Xandee (Belgium)

For Real – Athena (Turkey)

High – Knut Anders Sorum (Norway

Jugarem A Estimar-Nos – Marta Roure (Andorra)

It Hurts – Lena Phillipsson (Sweden)

Shake It – Sakis Rouvas (Greece)

Lane Moje – Zeljko Joksimovic (Serbia and Montenegro)

Wild Dances – Ruslana (Ukraine)

 

Then the Yoda Beanie of Doom gave us our next year:

2003

 

Next episode (after Tel Aviv) we will travel to Latvia for 2003!

 

Legal and Licencing Notice:

“We at Wind Machine Podcast have taken every legal step allowed to us to present this podcast with a current APRA licence and we claim “Fair Use” for the music played. 

We are not affiliated with the EBU (European Broadcasting Union), its partners, or SBS (Special Broadcasting Service). We are just fans.” 

Intro and Indents provided by Shock Wave SoundInto The Lights by Global Sound System.

Licences available upon request.