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The Eurovision Song Contest 2004

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The entertaining formula that combines a medley of music and dress styles with the playful commentary of Terry Wogan is back for this the 49th running of the contest. This year it takes place in the Abdi lpekci sports arena in Istanbul, Turkey, and following Wednesday's first ever semi-final, ten qualifiers join 14 other entries for tonight's final. Hosted by Korhan Abay and Meltem Cumbul, viewers can vote for their favourite song - excluding the UK entry - by phoning the numbers below. Alternatively text "Song" and the country's corresponding number to [number removed]. Calls and texts cost a maximum of 15p.
1: Spain - Filled Up by You by Ramon [number removed]
2: Austria - You Are by Tie-Break [number removed]
3: Norway - High by Knut Anders Sorum [number removed]
4: France - With Every Step by Jonatan Cerrada[number removed]
5: Qualifier - [number removed]
6: Qualifier - [number removed]
7: Qualifier - [number removed]
8: Germany - Just Can't Wait until Tonight by Max [number removed]
9: Qualifier - [number removed]
10: Qualifier - [number removed]
11: Qualifier - [number removed]
12: Qualifier - [number removed]
13: Belgium - 1 Life by Xandee [number removed]
14: Russia - Believe Me by Julia Savicheva [number removed]
15: Qualifier - [number removed]
16: Qualifier - [number removed]
17: Iceland - Heaven by Jon Josep Snaebjornsson [number removed]
18: Ireland - If My World Stopped Turing by Chris Doran [number removed]
19: Poland - Love Song by Blue Café [number removed]
20: United Kingdom - Hold Onto Our Love by James Fox [number removed]
21: Qualifier - [number removed]
22: Turkey - For Real by Athena [number removed]
23: Romania - I Admit by Sanda Ladosi [number removed]
24: Sweden - It Hurts by Lena Philipsson [number removed]
Director Sven Stojanovic; Producer Muhsin Yildirim
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Also broadcast on Radio 2
Eurovision ... a Little Bit More follows at 11.10pm on BBC3
BBCi: digital viewers can access lyrics to all the entries via their TV handset Everything you wanted to know about Eurovision: page 16

Contributors

Presenter: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Korhan Abay
Unknown: Meltem Cumbul
Unknown: Knut Anders
Unknown: Julia Savicheva
Unknown: James Fox
Unknown: Sanda Ladosi
Unknown: Lena Philipsson
Director: Sven Stojanovic

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The Eurovision Song Contest 2004

BBC One London, 15 May 2004 20.00






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