He shaft me up me rim

At least I think that's what the Israeli singer is singing. It's hard to imagine a greater contrast between the first three performers and...

A morning round up

So, my morning at Eurovision 2009. I won't even try to discuss everyone, just the three or four that had time to have any...

So much for the afternoon shift…

OK. Let's look back on today in Moscow, as that's really what we're all here for. Israel - almost entirely pleasant. A few worrying fluffs...

Noa – She didn’t bring her Ark but…..

Phil: On the one run through that we were treated too it was very very good indeed. Her and Mira were spot on -...

Last night’s fitba and more of the songs

Now you may know me as the fella on this team who likes to do context. Y'know, the things that go on around town...

Israel – side stepping back into contention

Well I am now sat here with my Cold Gala water among the great and the good of Europe's "Press" (ahem) who apparently are...

Israel – WITH SOUND

Phil: Huzzah - They fixed the sound... unfortunately we can still hear Boaz ... We can now - but with Feedback ... still, it might...

A word on Israel

Just watched Teapacks do an interview in the Eurovision Village. They seemed a bit battle weary, but stressed that they're not having a hissy,...

The sideways strut lives on

To me, it's more obviously out of the Alf Poier school than it was on Thursday, now that I've got used to it a...

Cup of tea?

Nick: Klane Haserl haben kurze Naserl. I'm reliably informed that *nobody* has seen Kobi Oz and Alf Poier in the same place at the...