TV: The lurid, loud contest that turns me into a Europhobe

Eurovision is a gallimaufry of ever-more lurid digital special effects, crazy acts and songs that range from incoherent chicken-clucking to faux heavy-metal to winsome little ballads that seem lost in a mad world of national flag-waving and constipated patter

13th May, 2018
Ryan O’Shaughnessy, Ireland’s entrant to this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, on RTÉ and BBC Four

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