Week 19/2013 on Eurovision Radio International from Malmoe, Sweden

 In case you missed the live broadcast of 
Eurovision Radio International from 08 May 2013 from Malmoe, Sweden

Join Eurovision Radio International this Wednesday 08 May 2013, 8-11pm CET for the first of a special edition of Eurovision Radio International. As the Team of Radio International is in Malmö, Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest this and next week Radio International broadcasts its traditional programme "Eurovision 2012 meets Eurovision 2013" as a review to last year's Eurovision Song Contest entries and a look ahead of the songs that are competing in 2013. This week it is Part 1 of 2. Part 2 will be broadcast at the same time next week.

Due to this special programme Radio International changes the format of this and next week's edition of the show therefore cannot accept any music requests this and next week. All resumes in the normal format when the team is back in the studio in the Netherlands on 22 May 2013 with coverage of the two Eurovision weeks and interviews with the Eurovision artists.

39 countries are competing for the trophy and the right to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. The countries are distributed into two Semi Finals and the Top Ten of both Semi Finals meet in the Grand Final on the Big Five (Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and the host country Sweden.

Semi Final 1 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 is scheduled for Tuesday, 14 May 2013.
Semi Final 2 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 is scheduled for Thursday, 16 May 2013.
The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 is scheduled for Saturday, 18 May 2013.

All three shows come from the Malmö Arena in Sweden and who fill follow in the footsteps of Loreen as Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest? :)  May the best song win and now enjoy this week's three hour Eurovision extravaganza.

Further details are here.

Join Radio International on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 from 2000 - 2300 hours CET, via the website or on FM. Radio International is available live via www.radiointernational.tv and on FM 106.8, Digital Cabel Channel 781 in parts of the Netherlands and via www.livestream.com/radint. Should you not be able to listen live, the show will appear in the Programme’s Show Archive a few hours after it’s airing on the radio.

Happy Eurovisioning
JP and the Team in the Tower of Eurovision Power.

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