Eurovision 2016 - Part 2
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3 May 2016
Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)
For the second show in our four-part weekly series leading up to Eurovision in Stockholm on 14 May, our correspondents Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Georgina Godwin discuss how the competition has become so important for gay visibility in recent years; joining them are Mary Dejevsky, columnist for ‘The Independent’ and ‘The Guardian’, and Nick Duffy, the UK editor for ‘Pink News’. Plus: we welcome author and Eurovision expert Chris West to talk about the Eastern Bloc and talk to our Belgrade correspondent Guy de Launey about Serbia’s history at the event.
3 May 2016
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