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Eurovision Song Contest 1984

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Live from the Theatre Municipal, Luxemburg Commentary by Terry Wogan
The United Kingdom will be looking for its fifth Grand Prix win when Belle and the Devotions take to the stage to sing 'Love games', composed by PAUL CURTIS and GRAHAM SACHER and conducted by JOHN COLEMAN.
Having first entered the contest in 1957, the UK has four wins and a record ten seconds to its credit.
It was in 1967 that Sandie Shaw sang 'Puppet on a string' to victory in Vienna. Two years later, in Madrid, Lulu gave us our second Eurovision win when 'Boom bang a bang' shared first place with songs from France, Spain and The Netherlands. The Hague was the setting for the UK's third win when Brotherhood of Man sang 'Save your kisses for me' in 1976. Bucks Fizz borrowed the luck of the Irish in 1981 when the foursome took the coveted prize with 'Making your mind up' in Dublin.
So can Belle and the Devotions bring the UK its fifth victory this year? All will be revealed tonight.
Presented by RTL (Luxemburg)

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Commentary By: Terry Wogan
Composed By: Paul Curtis
Composed By: Graham Sacher
Conducted By: John Coleman.
Unknown: Sandie Shaw

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Eurovision Song Contest 1984

BBC One London, 5 May 1984 20.00






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