Europe’s Heartbeat: Eurovision 2021 Preview, episode 3

Listen again to this week’s edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat‘ as Ewan Spence continues our preview of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with music from the artists, a look back at the 2020 entries, and some Song Contest classics.

This week we have music from Victoria, Stefania, Uku Suviste, Svenne & Lotta, Dotter, Eric Saade, Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos, Tusse, Sanja Vučić, and Hurricane.

Listen Again, March 20th 2021

Listen again to this week’s edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat’.

With music from James Vincent McMurrow & Rudimental, Matt Berry, Dotter, Tusse, Gjon’s Tears, Dadi Freyr, KEiiNO, Colapesce & Dimartino, Fyr Og Flamme, Lauri Tahka, Luciana, twoColors, and Michael Schulte.

The next edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat‘ will debut on Radio Six International at 1100 GMT on Saturday 27th March, before going into worldwide syndication.

Listen Again, January 16th 2021

Listen again to the first regular edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat’ for 2021

This week’s new releases come from Wig Wam, Dadi Freyr ft Asdis, Smith and Thell, Dotter, and Ultimo. The big chart hits are sung by Vasco Rossi, Shane Codd, Apache 207, and Newkid. And our new ‘Eurovision Contenders’, songs that are hoping to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021 are by Anxhela Peristeri, Barbara Pravi, Koit, Toome, and Stina Talling.

The next edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat‘ will debut on Radio Six International at 1100 GMT on Saturday 23rd January, before going into worldwide syndication.

Listen Again, October 24th 2020

Listen again to this week’s edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat’.

We have new music from Astrid S, Margaret Berger, Dotter, Haloo Helsinki, and Isaac & The Soul Company. This week’s chart hits come from Petro Iakovidism Zivert, Die Arzte, and Dagny. And we look back Eurovision 2005 with Vanilla Ninja, Gracia, Wig Wam, and Helena Paparizou.

The next edition of ‘Europe’s Heartbeat‘ will debut on Radio Six International at 1100 GMT on Saturday 31st October, before going into worldwide syndication.