The Eurovision Handbook 2014

Adrian Kavanagh, 23rd April 2014 

The Eurovision Handbook 2014 – my commentary book to accompany this year’s Eurovision Song Contest – is now available to buy! While there is an obvious Irish focus to this book, this will consider the Eurovision stories of all this year’s participants – and also the countries who are not taking part this year but have taken part in previous contests (including Morocco!). This book will look at each country’s history at the contest, identify the other countries that they tend to vote for at Eurovision and also assess the likelihood of them voting for Ireland at this year’s contest!!! The book also looks at the importance of language at Eurovision, outlines some of the websites that are worth visiting for people who are interested in the contest, identifies (what I consider to be) the key dates in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest, and suggests ways in which you can try to predict this year’s winner!

This book is available either in printed format or in e-book format.

Profits from this book (once printing costs discounted) – if there are any!!! – will go to the Irish Cancer Society.

 

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8 Responses to “The Eurovision Handbook 2014”

  1. William Says:

    Sounds good! Ordered! Bualadh bos too for donating the profits 🙂

  2. Adrian Kavanagh Says:

    Thanks William

  3. William Says:

    Oh no, they messed up my order and delivered me a book on basic Excel instead 😦

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