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SBS Radio kicks off Eurovision celebrations early with SBS Eurovision Radio, a non-stop soundtrack to the world's biggest song contest, broadcasting 24-hours a day from Monday 1st to Sunday 14th May.
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1 May 2017 - 9:10 AM  UPDATED 1 May 2017 - 9:10 AM

SBS Radio kicks off Eurovision celebrations early with SBS Eurovision Radio, a non-stop soundtrack to the world's biggest song contest.

What's playing?

Only Eurovision's BIGGEST hits from across the decades -  broadcasting 24-hours a day from Monday 1st to Sunday 14th May.

Listen to SBS Eurovision LIVE on radio

Can't make it to a television? No problems. You can stream Eurovision live on SBS Radio! 

Wednesday 10th May @ 5am (AEST) - First semi-final live

Friday 12th May @ 5am (AEST) - Second semi-final live

Friday 12th May @ 7:30pm (AEST) - First semi-final (Prime-time telecast) 

Saturday 13th May @ 7:30pm (AEST) - Second semi-final (Prime-time telecast) 

Sunday 14th May @ 5am (AEST) - Final live 

Sunday 14th May @ 7:30pm (AEST) - Final (Prime-time telecast)

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SBS Eurovision Radio listeners can tune in to the simulcast of the SBS coverage of the Semi-Finals on Friday 12 May, Saturday 13 May and the Grand finals on Sunday 14 May at 7.30pm AEST including all the behind the scenes action from Kyiv.

Listeners can tune in for LIVE Semi Final and Grand Final simulcasts Wednesday 10 May, Friday 12 May and Sunday 14 May at 5am.

Listeners can catch SBS Eurovision Radio on SBS Radio 4 on digital radio or stream online or via the SBS Radio AppBBC World Service programming then resumes on SBS Radio 4 from 15 May.

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The Eurovision Song Contest is about to begin in Kyiv, Ukraine, as Isaiah takes the stage representing Australia for our shot at Eurovision glory. 

After Dami Im’s runner-up finish last year planting Australia firmly on the not-so-geographically accurate Eurovision map, this year’s Eurovision is set to be the most exciting yet for Australian audiences full of anticipation on what we will bring to the world’s biggest song contest.

Brand new hosting duo Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey are at the helm of SBS’s Eurovision coverage, on the ground from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, to bring Australians every angle of the contest as they explore the razzmatazz, kitsch, political voting, showbiz, cultural displays and heart of Eurovision – the artists and songs.

With both early morning LIVE broadcasts for immediate results and voting along with Europe, and a primetime Eurovision weekend made for fabulous Euro-themed parties around the country, there are plenty of opportunities to get behind Isaiah and join in the fun of picking favourites from the other 41 competing nations, each bringing a taste of their own musical culture to the contest.

Some of this year’s standout acts include bookies pick Italy featuring a dancing gorilla, an attractive Swede with slick choreography, a second Aussie to cheer on with Anja Nissen performing for Denmark, and the return of yodelling courtesy of Romania.

Read more:
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