Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience (2022-11-23): Interview with Getter Jaani (Estonia 2011), Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, 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 SWITCH Radio Essex 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
- Interview with Getter Jaani (Estonia 2011)
- Junior Eurovision Song Contest Review and Preview - Official Website
- Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann
- Eurovision Spotlight: The United Kingdom's Eurovision History with Ross Bennett
- Eurovision News with Nick van Lith from escXtra.com
- Home Composed Song Contest 2022 - The Result
- Eurovision Calendar Update with Javier Leal
- Your music requests
- Lots of New Music Releases by Eurovision Artists
Interview with Getter Jaani (Estonia 2011): At the recent edition of Eurovision Club Germany's Annual Convention on 19 November 2022 in Cologne, Germany, five Eurovision acts were special guests performing each a little concert of course, containing their Eurovison entry / entries. Getter Jaani (Estonia 2011), WRS (Romani 2022), Selma (Iceland 1999 and 2005), Fridrik Omar of Euroband (Iceland 2008) and Chiara (Malta 1998, 2005 and 2009) performed at the event.
JP, Marc and Salman were on location and conducted interviews with all the artists which you will hear during the following weeks. This week the first interview from the event will be with Getter Jaani who represented Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with the song "Rockefeller Street" which came 24th in the Grand Final from Duesseldorf's Esprit Arena.
|Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022: The 20th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to take place on 11 December 2022 following the victory of Armenia in the 2021 edition with Malena and the song "Qami Qami".
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will be held at the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex. This will be the second time that Armenia hosts the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, the first being in 2011 from the same venue.
Sixteen countries will participate in the contest with The United Kingdom returning after a sixteen-year absence, while Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Germany and Russia will not take part.
Participating countries are: Albania, Armenia, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, The Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
All countries have selected their entry to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022, Radio International will get the fans in the mood introducing the songs to the audience but also 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.
The Home Composed Song Contest 2022: The annual music competition for non-professional musicians took place in earlier on in October and November with the public casting their vote as well as an international Jury and participating members voted too. The Grand Final can now be seen below revealing the results and how the voting went. More details are on the website of the Home Composed Song Contest 2022 - click here.
The Home Composed Song Contest is in its 31st year, this is a competition for Eurovision fans who write, perform and produce their own music, who enter their own original song composition (audio only) and then also take part as a jury, to help choose the winning song. This year there are 24 songs from 13 different European countries, and you can listen to the songs, and read the lyrics and bios on the official website.
Each of the contestants also takes part as a jury, along with four guest juries and a public vote. Each vote contributes one of of 29 equal rounds of voting. The public vote commences on 13 October and closes on 31 October. Contestants and members of the public can take part in the public vote, casting a vote for as many songs as they like, once a day until the closing date. The Radio International Team will form one Jury and you will be able to hear the songs also during the weekly editions of Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience.
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: Dana, Charlotte Perrelli, Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Charlie McGettigan, Emmelie de Forest, Anabel Conde, Scott Fitzgerald, Eldar of Ell and Nikki, Sanna Nielsen, Hera Björk, Bojana Stamenov, Deen, Lina Hedlund and Andreas Lundstedt from Alcazar, Poli Genova, Ira Losco, Jan Johansen Nicki French, Debbie Scerri, Rasmussen, Senhit, Rainer from Wind, Jalisse, Maja Keuc (Amaya),Thomas Forstner, Lisa Andreas, Esther Hart, Vanilla Ninja, Maja Keuc (Amaya), Sibel Tüzün, Sidsel Ben Semmane, Monika Linkyte, Boggie, Emilija Kokic of Riva (Yugoslavia 1989), Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria 2022), Mia Dimsic (Croatia 2022), Andrea (North Macedonia 2022), Brooke Scullion (Ireland 2022), Citi Zeni (Latvia 2022), Ochman (Poland 2022), Anna Bergendahl, The Roop, Bilal of NorthKid, Cyan Kicks, Justs, James Newman, 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, 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 and 2022 class.
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