Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience (2021-11-03) Live Interview with Eurovision Winner Emmelie de Forest (Denmark 2013), Junior ESC and more
Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is broadcast from Malta's Radio 105FM on Tuesday evenings from 2100 - 0059 hours CET. The show is also broadcast on RUN FM in the United Kingdom live on Wednesday evenings from 1900 - 2300 hours CET as well as on the Facebook Page of Eurovision Radio International with an interactive chatroom.
AT A GLANCE - ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK
- ew with Eurovison Winner Emmelie de Forest (Denmark 2013)
- Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann
- Eurovision Spotlight: Italy's History at the Eurovision Song Contest with Marcus Keppel-Palmer who will take a look at songs that are performed in Italian but not by Italian artists
- Eurovision News from escXtra.com with Nathan Waddell
- Eurovision Birthday File and Coverpot with David Mann
- Your music requests
- New Music Releases by Eurovision Artists
Eurovision Weekend 2021 - Interview with Emmelie de Forest (Eurovision Winner 2013, Denmark): Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is extremely delighted to welcome to the show Emmelie de Forest who won the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 for Denmark with the song "Only Teardrops" in Sweden's Malmoe Arena. Emmelie was part of the Eurovision Weekend 2021 in Stuttgart, Germany and JP, Marc and Salman conducted a very short interview before Emmelie had to rush to the airport. Radio International is very happy that Emmelie accepted the request to come onto the show for the Interview Hour this week and live. Let's find out more details about Emmelie and her career in this week's Interview Hour on Radio International as well as listening to her songs.
The Radio International Interview Hall of Fame:
During the Interview Sessions Radio International takes photos and videos which you can find on the Radio International Interview Hall of Fame 2020 and 2021. To view the photos done during the interviews - click here - for the Radio International Hall of Fame Photo Album.
This is the Hall of Fame: Charlotte Perrelli, Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Emmelie de Forest, Scott Fitzgerald, Eldar of Ell and Nikki, Sanna Nielsen, Lina Hedlund and Andreas Lundstedt from Alcazar, Poli Genova, Ira Losco, Jan Johansen Nicki French, Debbie Scerri, Rasmussen, Rainer from Wind, Jalisse, Maja Keuc (Amaya),Thomas Forstner, Lisa Andreas, Esther Hart, Vanilla Ninja, Maja Keuc (Amaya), Sibel Tüzün, Justs, James Newman, Senhit, Serhat, Vanessa Amarosi, Lesley Roy, Brooke, Franklin, Martina Majerle of Quartissimo, Miriam Christine, Claudia Faniello, Fabrizio Faniello, Chanel, Jordan Ravi, Viorela Moraru, Mia Negovetic, Parvani Violet Vasil, Janice Mangion, Mariette, KEiiNO, Anett Kublin (Anett and Fredi), Tess Merkel, Glen Vella, Hera Björk, Anton Ewald, Katrina Dimanta formerly of Aarzemnieki, ManuElla, Tusse, Blind Channel, Danny Saucedo, Jendrik, Tornike Kipiani, GO_A, Kurt Calleja, Rafał Brzozowski, Barbara Pravi, Fyr og Flamme, almost all artists from the Eurovision 2021 class.
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021: Junior Eurovision 2021 will take place in Paris, France on 19 Dec 2021 after the victory of Valentina with the song "J'Imagine" in 2020 for France. The song was written by Barbara Pravi who came second at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The 19th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be staged on 19 December 2021 with 19 countries taking part: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, The Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain and Ukraine.
Hosts and Venue: The venue is La Seine Musicale, Paris, France and the hosts are still to be announced.
Throught the upcoming weeks in the run up to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 Radio International will get the fans in the mood playing some of the highlights of the previous editions of the contest.
Updates from the official website of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest can be viewed here - click here. Alternatively, our friends from Wikipedia also have a good overview of the contest - click here.
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