The Eurovision Song Contest

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20080524

Ken Bruce presents the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 from The Belgrade Arena, Serbia.

Can Andy Abraham win for the United Kingdom?

199119910504

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SBH:1991 Eurovision Song Contest live from Theatre 15 of Cinecitta, Rome.

Presenter: Ken Bruce.

TXN/TDT:R2 04-May-1991 RES:REFER TO HEAD OF PROGRAMME CONTRACTS BEFORE BROADCAST

Broadcast history

04 May 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Ken Bruce (int)

Samantha Janus (Speaker)

Kim Jackson (voc)

Izel Celikoz (voc)

Can Ugurluer (voc)

Paul Giordimaina (voc)

Sarah Bray (voc)

Sofia Vossou (voc)

Thomas Forstner (voc)

Sergio Dalma (voc)

Peppino Di Capri (voc)

Carola (voc)

Amina (voc)

Elena Patroclou (voc)

Gigliola Cinguetti (voc)

Toto Cutugno (voc)

Dulce (voc)

Anders Frandsen (voc)

Georgina Giordimaina (voc)

Stefan Hilmarsson (voc)

Eyjolfur Kristjansson (voc)

Sandro Simon (voc)

Reyhan Soyjarci (voc)

Notes: CAIRS 388282.

200420040515

Live from the Abdi Ipekci Stadium, Istanbul, the 49th Eurovision Song Contest.

With commentary by Ken Bruce.

20055020050521

Ken Bruce hosts Radio 2's coverage of the 50th Eurovision Song Contest live from the Palats Sportu in Kiev, Ukraine.

The UK's entry this year is Touch My Fire performed by Javine.

20065120060520

Ken Bruce hosts Radio 2's coverage of the 51st Eurovision Song Contest, live from the Olympic Indoor Hall, Athens.

The UK's entry is Teenage Life, performed by Daz Sampson.

20075220070512

The songfest with all the glitz, glamour and bizarre acts is back.

Carrying UK hopes for the final this year in Helsinki is Scooch with Flying the Flag.

Presented by Ken Bruce