Podcast by Nul Points
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you all the fallout from the 2022 contest. They're joined by a Ukranian fan who brings you a sense of the feeling in the country following the huge outpouring of support from the European public. There's also more information on voting irregularities and what was done by the EBU to address it.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you their more considered thoughts on The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin. Paul Jordan, aka Dr Eurovision, shares his insight into how the night panned out and Cress has a number of rants.
Martyn and Laura head out to enjoy some of the sights Turin has to offer whilst they chat to Eurovision fans and people involved with the contest. Samantha Ross gives a unique insight into what's going on behind the scenes of the EBU and YouTuber Maxxy Rainbow gives thoughts on who might win this year. All that plus Cress does a terrible impression of Michael Caine.
Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are out in Turin and have been watching the first semi final of the 2022 contest in the Eurovision Village. You'll get reaction from fans there and the thoughts of Martyn and Laura.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you their pick of the songs to take note of at the contest in 2022. From the wacky to the potential winners this is your essential guide to what's worth watching in Turin. There's also news from rehearsals that have taken place this week and details of who fans think might win.
Laura and Martyn are up late at night to record the podcast this week. They're discussing the announcement there's going to be a Eurovision Canada next year. There's also news of more fan events happening in Turin and the pair give their top five entries so far.
Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress chat to the head of the OGAE Italy Cristina Giuntini. She's got some great tips for what to see and do in Turin, as well as giving her thoughts on who she wants to win this year. There's also news of what's happening at half time during one of the semi finals and Laura grills Martyn in this week's Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you their thoughts on the latest news from The Eurovision Song Contest. There's an Easter theme to this episode with Martyn testing Cress's trivia knowledge for an egg. Plus, a sneaky look at the Eurovision stage and you'll find out how song contest fans rate the entries this year.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you another episode of the podcast which celebrates the world's biggest TV show, The Eurovision Song Contest. In this episode you'll meet the creator of an app which allows you to share your own scoreboard with other fans, there are details of how you can get tickets to see the shows in Turin and the Eurovision village returns in 2022.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress chat to Samantha Ross from ESC Insight and the 12 Points From America podcast about The American Song Contest which launched this week. It's the US version of Eurovision, where states and territories battle it out over two months of live competition. Plus, finally all 40 Eurovision songs are out, with under 50 days to go until Turin.
UK Eurovision fans Laura and Martyn take a closer look at the song that'll represent the United Kingdom this year. They're joined by Eurovision fan Liam and Vaughan Staples, the head of the OGAE UK fan group. Will Space Man by Sam Ryder rocket the UK off the bottom of the leaderboard?
Martyn and Laura introduce you to more of the songs that'll be competing at Eurovision this year. You'll hear Ukraine's entry which is one of nine discussed in this week's episode. There's also rumour around what the UK's putting forward and an unlikely list of stars in The American Song Contest which gets underway soon.
Following its invasion of Ukraine the EBU has decided that Russia will not be competing in Turin. In a very different episode to normal you'll get reaction to that from hosts Martyn Williams and Laura Cress. Also, Dr Eurovision, Paul Jordan, puts the EBU's decision into context.
Laura Cress and Martyn Williams look at more of the entries for this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Malta, San Marino, Poland, Croatia, Norway and Slovenia all have songs out this week. There's also the latest news from Ukraine, The American Song Contest and your correspondence.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you reaction to the news that Mika will be one of the three hosts at The Eurovision Song Contest in Italy this year. You'll hear from Mika superfan Jaela from The Netherlands who's understandably chuffed. All that plus a Mika-themed Trivia Time and a look at how the USA is getting ready for the launch of The American Song Contest.
Laura and Martyn are back with their take on what's happening with The Eurovision Song Contest. There's lots of news from the various national selection shows, The American Song Contest has been delayed due to covid and we now know when the semi-final order is getting decided. There's also your correspondence and a Meat Loaf-themed Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back with another episode of Eurovision fan podcast Nul Points. In this episode they welcome the new President of fan group OGAE UK, Vaughan Staples. Plus, there's loads of Eurovision news and song reveals to catch up on.
Eurovision fans Martyn and Laura look back at some of their favourite bits from the Nul Points podcast in 2021. This episode looks back at their reaction to the shock result of the final, gets the goss from backstage with Wiwibloggs creator William Lee Adams and brings you another chance to hear from broadcast Iain Dale and Iceland's Daði Freyr.
UK Eurovision fans Laura Cress and Martyn Williams bring you a look back at some of their favourite moments from the podcast in 2021. In this episode you'll hear Katrina from Katrina And The Waves, BBC Russia correspondent Steve Rosenberg (with his piano) and you'll meet the Swedish man who recreates the entire contest out of Lego every year.
Martyn and Laura are back with another look at what's happening in the world of The Eurovision Song Contest. Bulgaria is the first country to reveal the song it's sending to Turin, covid worries for Junior Eurovision and Australia's Montaigne wants another go at representing her country. All that plus your correspondence and a fun fact in Trivia Time.
Features a special interview with Daði Freyr! Daði represented Iceland in 2021 and would have been its entry for the cancelled 2020 competition. UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress bring you a special edition of the podcast recorded at the O2 Forum in London. You'll hear how the pair got on at the final gig of Daði Freyr's UK tour. They chatted to Daði fans and got to interview with man himself. Have you been to see Daði Freyr live? Let us know on social media or email email@example.com
Laura and Martyn are back with a look at the crazy world of Eurovision. Georgia's announced who'll be representing the country next year, there's news ahead of Junior Eurovision next month and Italian winners Måneskin are defending the contest.
Martyn and Laura are back with another episode of Eurovision fan podcast, Nul Points. The pair discuss the ESC 250 poll of the greatest Eurovision songs of all time, there's now a date for the start of The American Song Contest and one member of Abba has some bad things to say about the contest.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress chat about Abba's new album. Superfan Ruth McNeil shares her thoughts on Voyage and there's news on the rumour Abba might be willing to get involved in Eurovision again! That plus a special Trivia Time and reaction to more American involvement in the contest.
UK Eurovision fans Laura Cress and Martyn Williams give you their thoughts on this week's Eurovision news. Could San Marino representative Senhit host in Turin next year? Will Mika finally bow to pressure and take to the stage? Will Martyn faint when he goes to the opticians? All the big questions and very few answers in this episode of Nul Points.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back with another episode of Nul Points, the Eurovision fan podcast. This week you'll find out about the 41 countries that are confirmed to be taking part in 2022, the huge star lending her support to the search for the UK entry and Trivia Time explores the people who made it big through the contest.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress find out more about Turin, the Eurovision 2022 host city. They speak to a real life Italian who knows the place well. There's also news from Sweden as it gears up for another Melodifestivalen and Trivia Time returns with more fantastic facts.
Laura's not here this week so Martyn's joined by Liz Allen from Australian Eurovision fan podcast Douze Points. You'll find out about how the Australian entry for 2022 is being decided, a new spin off sitcom for the contest and some happy news for a former Icelandic entry. All that plus Cress pops up from the past with Trivia Time.
Martyn and Laura are back with their unique take on The Eurovision Song Contest. Belgium have announced who they're sending to Italy, all aboard the vengabus as The Vengaboys drop a Boom Boom Boom Boom-shell about their involvement in 2022 and Cress is rapping things up in Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress have competition in their quest to represent the UK at Eurovision in 2022. There's also some exciting news from Iceland's Daði Freyr and you'll find out why the Eurovision orchestra definitely didn't party like it was 1999, even though it actually was 1999.
UK Eurovision fans Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back with their take on the latest from the contest. With Abba announcing a hologram tour and new music the pair chat to Abba fan Bex for her thoughts on the new songs. There's also news of a festive Junior Eurovision and more crazy facts in Trivia Time.
Martyn Williams and Laura Cress are back with another episode of the UK-based Eurovision fan podcast. This week there's news from San Marino's Senhit and rumours of which Italian city will host in 2022. Martyn and Laura also meet Dutch musician and sound engineer Martijn Frazer who's lending a helping hand with their hit Eurovision pop song.
Martyn and Laura are back and their quest to write a hit Eurovision song continues. This week Twitch streamer and guitarist Joe Smith gives them a helping hand. There's also more from the world of The Eurovision Song Contest with rumours of a possible host for the event in 2022.
Laura and Martyn talk to Eurovision song expert Chris Lochery (aka Kit Lovelace on Twitter). He's been analysing Eurovision hits for years and has a few ideas to help Martyn and Laura write their Eurovision smasher. There's more news from the world of the contest and Martyn admits another mistake in Correction Corner.
UK Eurovision fans Laura Cress and Martyn Williams chat to broadcaster and political commentator Iain Dale about his love of the contest. Also, with the Olympics underway in Tokyo, you'll find out about a Eurovision medals table. All that plus Trivia Time and exciting news about a new YouTube video.
Laura and Martyn are recording on a very hot day in the UK and the heat's got to them. They're chatting to University of Lincoln student Will Norton who's written his dissertation on how Eurovision unites Europe. There are also more facts in Trivia Time and a new but necessary feature called Correction Corner.
They win at Eurovision, then they triumph at the Euros. Is there any stopping Italy at the moment? Martyn and Laura get the low down on the 17 Italian cities now bidding to host The Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 from two people who know the country well. There's also a few Italian facts in Trivia Time and you'll find out how Måneskin's popularity has grown even more with the release of a new music video.
Martyn and Laura are recording the podcast just before the Euro 2020 final and are attempting to get behind England. What link will they discover between how a nation fares on the pitch and how it does at Eurovision? There'll also be more on the pair's quest to represent the UK in 2022, news about a possible venue for the song contest next year and Trivia Time is back to bring you some Eurovision facts.