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Eurovision Song Contest

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Artists from 23 countries assemble tonight at the Point
Theatre, Dublin, for the 40th annual contest of song.
Terry Wogan is in the commentary box, and the contest is introduced by Mary Kennedy. See today's choices.
Entries in order of appearance: Poland Sama performed by Justyna Ireland Dreamin' performed by Eddie Friel Germany Verliebt in Dich performed by Stone and Stone Bosnia-Herzegovina Dvadeset I Prvi Vijek performed by DavorPopovic Norway Nocturne performed by Secret Garden Russia Kolybelnaya Vulkanu performed by Philipp Kirkorov Iceland Nuna performed by Bo Halldorsson
Austria Die Welt Dreht Sich Verkehrt performed by Stella Jones
Spain Vuelve Conmigo performed by Anabel Conde Turkey Sev performed byArzu Ece, Ece Sandalli, Fusun Coskun and Sertan Belciler
Croatia Nostalgija performed by Magazin and Lidija France II Me Donne Rendez-vous performed by Nathalie Santamaria Hungary Uj Nev Egy Regi Haz Fa/an performed by Csaba Szigetj Belgium La Voix est Libre performed by Frédéric Etherlinck
United Kingdom Love City Groove performed by Love City Groove Portugal Baunilha e Chocolate performed by To Cruz Cyprus StiFotla performed by Alex Panayi Sweden Se Pa Mej performed by Jan Johansen
Denmark Fra Mols Til Skagen performed by Aud Wilken Slovenia Prisluhni Mi performed by Darja Svajger Israel Amen performed by Liora
Malta Keep Me In Mind performed by Mike Spiteri Greece Po/a Prosefhi performed by Elina Konstantopoulou
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 2
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Jonathan King: page 16
As the Eurovision Song Contest Is live, subsequent programmes may run late.

Contributors

Song: Terry Wogan
Introduced By: Mary Kennedy.
Introduced By: Stone Bosnia-Herzegovina
Unknown: Prvi Vijek
Unknown: Philipp Kirkorov
Unknown: Iceland Nuna
Unknown: Fusun Coskun
Unknown: Nathalie Santamaria
Unknown: Mike Spiteri






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