WATCH TONIGHT: A THRILLING WEEKEND
Vasil Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
The 2014 National Finals are gearing up with the participating countries holding their national selections. Through this post every time there is a daily schedule we will inform you about the broadcasts of the shows, timings along with regional and web live-streamings.
Make sure you follow the road to Copenhagen through the exciting European national selections all over the continent. You can always find more information about the upcoming events in our calendar and of course follow the history of the national finals here. Here is another exciting weekend. Indeed no less than 5 entries will be selected by Sunday evening!
20:00 CET: Evrovizijska Melodija, or EMA, is back! 7 entries will fight for victory in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The show can be watch on eurovison.tv (http://www.eurovision.tv/page/webtv) or on the RTVSLO website (http://4d.rtvslo.si/zivo/tvs1) , as well as on the TVS1 channel.
20:00 CET: Eurovision 2014 host country, Denmark, is going to choose its entry amongst 10 bidders. “Dansk Melodi Grand Prix” will be broadcast live from odense, on DR1, on the DR website (http://www.dr.dk/tv/) and hopefully on eurovision.tv (http://www.eurovision.tv/page/webtv) .
20:00 CET: Another Scandinavian evening. Sweden will hold the Melodifestivalen final from Stockholm. Though many consider 2014 as a poor edition, we can expect a great evening live from the Friend Arena. As usual, you can follow the Swedish extravaganza on the SVTPlay website (http://www.svtplay.se/) or on SVT1. One can expect the broadcasting of the final on eurovison.tv (http://www.eurovision.tv/page/webtv)
20:05 CET: second semi-final of Norway’s “Melodi Grand Prix”, live on the NRK MGP website (http://www.nrk.no/mgp/).
22:18 CET: Portugal is back and so is “Festival da Canção”. Live from Lisbon, the semi-final of the contest will take place. 10 songs will be performed tonight and 5 of them will go the the final. The festival will be broadcast live on the RTP1 channel and on the RTP play website (http://www.rtp.pt/play/direto/rtp1)
Sometimes during the day, RTR should reveal the Russian entry. Behind closed doors, it’s said that one can expect a huge surprise … from the past!
20:05 CET: third and last semi-final of Norway’s “Melodi Grand Prix”, live on the NRK MGP website (http://www.nrk.no/mgp/).
20:30 CET: The third semi-final of Belgium’s « Eurosong 2014 » will be broadcast live on ÉÉN as well as the channel’s website (http://www.een.be/live).
21:00 CET: Montenegro will premiere Sergej Ćetković’ entry for Copenhagen, 4 months after the name of the artist was revealed! A special programme can be watched on TVCG1, on the RTCG website (http://www.rtcg.me/tv/tv-uzivo.html) and on eurovison.tv (http://www.eurovision.tv/page/webtv).