2020-10-26

Week 44/2020 - Eurovision Radio International - 28 Oct 2020 - Live Interview with Martina Majerle (Slovenia 2009) - PODCAST AVAILABLE NOW

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Forest FM Eurovision Show Case (2020-10-25)
Bradley Stoke Radio - Let Me Be the One (2020-10-27)
The David Horton Eurovision Show (2020-10-25)

 

Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience

Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is broadcast from Malta's Radio 105FM on Tuesday evenings from 2100 - 0059 hours CET. The show is also broadcast on Castlepoint FM and Radio Wymondham in the United Kingdom LIVE on Wednesday evenings from 1900 - 2300 hours CET as well as on the Facebook Page of Eurovision Radio International. Find out more details of how to tune in - click here.

Join in this Wednesday 28 October 2020 live from 1900 - 2300pmCET live on Castlepoint FM for Eurovision Radio International taking you through tough Corona times with lots of good music and features related to the Eurovision Song Contest.

AT A GLANCE - ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK

  • Live Interview with Martina Majerle of Quartissimo (Slovenia 2009)
  • The Junior Eurovision Song Contest Corner
  • Eurovision Top 5 Flashback
  • Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann
  • Eurovision Spotlight: A Eurovision Six Pack with Alasdair Rendall
  • Eurovision News from escXtra.com with Nathan Waddell
  • Your music requests
  • Lots and lots of New Music Releases by Eurovision artists
 
Martina Majerle
Quartissimo feat Martina Majerle (Slovenia 2009)


Live Interview with Martina Majerle (Slovenia 2009):  In the Corona series of live interviews Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is reaching out to a number of artists from the world of the Eurovision Song Contest but also from the national finals. Over the last weeks we had an incredible success with having a number a great artists sharing an hour with Radio International's Interview Team such as Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Eldar Gasimov (Ell and Nikki), Nicki French, Rainer from Wind, Jalisse, James Newman, Senhit, Vanessa Amarosi, Claudia Faniello, Lesley Roy, Brooke just to mention a few.  

This week Radio International's Interview Team JP, Sadie Trent and John Dawton are being joined via SKYPE by Martina Majerle who together with Quartissimo represented Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow's Olympiski Area, Russia which was won by Norway and Alexander Rybak and "Fairytale". The project was called Quartissimo feat. Martina Majerle and the song "Love Symphony". Unfortunately, the song only ended up at Number 16 in Semi Final 2, though an unforgettable entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

Martina has been on Radio International previously in 2015 for an interview - let's get an update regarding her career after Eurovision till now and also listen to her other music projects and her new music releases 2020.

The Interview Team of Radio International is very much looking forward to having Martina Majerle on the show for a chat and listeners are encouraged to actively take part during the show to submit their questions via our Facebook Chatroom during the live broadcast on Wednesday evening from 1900 - 2300 hours CET or via our website's email address - click here.


Junior Eurovision 2020
will take place in Warsaw, Poland after the victory of young Viki Gabor  who won in 2019 in Poland with the song “Superhero”. The contest will be staged on 29 November 2020 with Germany debuting and not taking part in 2020 are Albania, Australia, Ireland, Italy, North Macedonia, Portugal and Wales.
13 countries have confirmed participation: Armenia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Spain and Ukraine.

Performances: Due to the Corona Pandemic a new way had to be found to stage Junior Eurovision 2020. This will be the first time that the contest will be held remotely, with each artist performing from a television studio in their country of origin. To give smoothness and confidence to the competition, the 13 participating broadcasters committed themselves to giving equal conditions to each of the participants, using a similar scenario and the same technical resources. The opening protocol, interval acts and voting will be broadcast live from Studio 5 in TVP Headquarters on Warsaw, Poland.

Hosts and Venue: Ida Nowakowska-Herndon, Rafał Brzozowski and Małgorzata Tomaszewska will present the 18th edition of the Contest on 29 November 2020 from TVP Headquarters, Studio 5 in Warsaw, Poland.

Updates from the official website of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest can be viewed here - click here. Alternatively, our friends from Wikipedia also have a good overview of the contest - click here.

Our Chatroom - Chat with the Eurovision Fan Community during the live show on Wednesdays from 1900 - 2300 hours CET. This is how it works:

  • Enter your Chat Member Nick Name and after confirming you will be taken to the chat room.
  • In order to listen to the show you need to click on the SOUND ICON below the chat room and select Play Radio. The current live show should now be playing and 
  • Start chatting while listening to the show.


Join Radio International live on Wednesday, 28 October 2020 starting from 1900 - 2300 pmCET via the website or on FM. Radio International is available via different means. Visit HOW TO TUNE IN to see the details. The show will be available on the website of Malta's RADIO105 and via TUNEIN, as well as on Castlepoint FM in the United Kingdom via their TUNEIN Channel and will be relayed on the Facebook Group of Eurovision Radio International . For the Wednesday evening live show you can join the chat room where the show will be relayed as well. For that click here. And failing that you can catch up with the show on the Radio International Podbean Channel available here.

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Happy Eurovisioning
JP and the Team in the Tower of Eurovision Power
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 THE PLAY LIST

Hour 1

1.
Francesco Gabbani
Occidentali's Karma
Eurovision 2017, Italy, Number 6

2.
Miki Nunez
La venda
Eurovision 2019, Spain, Number 22

3.
Miki Nunez and Despistaos
Viento Y Vida (Wind And Life)
NEW RELEASE: Oct 2020, Spain

4.
Francesco Gabbani
Einstein (E=mc²)
NEW RELEASE: Oct 2020, Italy

5.
Damir Kedžo
Divlji Vjetre
Eurovision 2020, Croatia

6.
Samira Bensaid
Bitakat Hub
Eurovision 1980, Morocco, Number 18

7.
Nicole
Ein Bisschen frieden
Eurovision Winner 1982, Germany

8.
Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL
Everybody
Eurovision Winner 2001, Estonia

9.
Erik Rapp
Faller
Junior Eurovision 2011, Sweden, Number 9

10.
Dunja Jeličić
U la la la
Junior Eurovision 2016, Serbia, Number 17

11.
Petar Aničić
Heartbeat
Junior Eurovision 2020, Serbia

10.
Lizi Pop
Happy Day
Junior Eurovision 2014, Georgia, Number 14

11.
Lizi Japaridze
Toxic World
NEW RELEASE: Oct 2020, Georgia


Hour 2

12.
Quartissimo & Martina Majerle
Love Symphony
Eurovision 2009, Slovenia, Semi Final 2 Number 16
Live Clip from Eurovision 2009, Moscow

13.
Martina Majerle
Alive
Eurovision 2015, Slovenia National Final, Number 3

14.
Martina Majerle
Volin kad si tu
Sep 2020, Slovenia

15.
Martina, Mr. B, Chrisma Project
Kalimba de Luna (Cover by Toni Esposito and Boney M)
2014, Slovenia

16.
Martina Majerle
Dajen Ti Besedu
2020


Hour 3

17.
Erika Vikman
Cicciolina
Eurovision 2020, Finland National Selection, Number 2

18.
Guelseren
Rimi Rimi Ley
Eurovision 2005, Turkey, Number 13

19.
Sonia
Fool for love
2020
CANCER IS A DRAG – ALBUM: Track 13

20.
Csezy
Candlelight
Eurovision 2008, Hungary, Semi Final 2 Number 19


EUROVISION SPOTLIGHT: A Eurovision SixPack with Alasdair Rendall

21.
Esther Ofarim
T'en va pas
Eurovision 1963, Switzerland, Number 2
(Esther Ofarim was from Israel)

22.
Gitte
Junger Tag
Eurovision 1973, Germany, Number 8
(Gitte was from Denmark)

23.
Baccara
Parlez-Vous Francais
Eurovision 1978, Luxembourg, Number 7
(Baccara were from Spain)

24.
Sahlene
Runaway
Eurovision 2002, Estonia, Number 3
(Sahlene was from Sweden)

25.
Lise Darly
Tout de Moi
Eurovision 2005, Monaco, Semi Final Number 24
(Lise Darly was from France)


Hour 4

26,
Serhat
Say Na Na Na
Eurovision 2019, San Marino, Number 19
(Serhat was from Turkey)

27.
Nicki French
Don’t play that song again
Eurovision 2000, United Kingdo, Number 16

28.
Nicki French
Our Last Night on Earth
NEW RELEASE: Sep 2020, United Kingdom

29.
Nicki French
Haunted Heart (Matt Pop Radio Edit)
NEW RELEASE: Oct 2020, United Kingdom

30.
Ricardo Fogli
Per Lucia
Eurovision 1983, Italy, Number 11

31.
Joci Papai
Origo
Eurovision 2017, Hungary, Number 8

32.
Greta Salome & Jonsi
Never Forget (Mundu eftir Mer)
Eurovision 2012, Iceland, Number 20

33.
Duncan Laurence
Arcade (NorthMax Remix)
Eurovision Winner 2019, Netherlands

34.
Unity
Best Friends
Junior Eurovision 2020, Netherlands

35.
Naomi Traa
Arcade (Live Cover)
Eurovision Winner 2019, Netherlands

36.
Douwe Bob
Slow Down
Eurovision 2016, The Netherlands, Number 11

37.
Douwe Bob
Until Then
NEW RELEASE: Mar 2020, The Netherlands

38.
Eye Cue
Lost and Found
Eurovision 2018, North Macedonia, Semi Final 1 Number 18

39.
Eye Cue
Ti si mi son
NEW RELEASE: Sep 2020, North Macedonia

40.
Jessy Matador
Allez Ola Ole
Eurovision 2010, France, Number 12

 

 

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