The European Broadcasting Union has announced that they will be producing an official podcast for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest! They are asking for YOU, the fans, to submit questions for the podcast via Twitter!
To mark the start of May, A.K.A ‘Eurovision Month’, the EBU has announced ‘the Official Eurovision Song Contest Podcast.’ To accompany this, they have released a 2-minute trailer, teasing what we can expect.
For the first time ever, the European Broadcasting Union is giving you unprecedented access to the Contest. Talking to the people who bring the show from the arena stage, to homes all over the world.Except from an EBU statement
According to the trailer, the podcast will be hosted by Dave Goodman and Joe Mason. Joining them will be a range of production assistants, delegations, producers and other Eurovision insiders who help make the contest possible.
Open call for questions
According to the EBU’s official Instagram page, there will be a new episode for each live show date, meaning that we can expect three episodes over the coming weeks.
As well as bringing us the latest news and behind-the-scenes insights, the EBU are looking for contribution from fans. You can submit questions via Twitter @EBU_HQ with the hashtag #ESCPodcast.
In the meantime, you can also already subscribe to the podcast on the following platforms:
Are you looking forward to the podcast? Will you be submitting a question?Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter, @escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! We’ll also be posting plenty of content on our YouTube in the run up to Tel Aviv!