Following much speculation that long standing commentator for the United Kingdom, Sir Terry Wogan, would be hanging up his microphone, the BBC announced today that Belgrade 2008 was indeed his last contest.
Just like the eulogy at a funeral Dustin gave Terry a good send off with his masterful use of the English language. He also took a little time to assure the bosses at the BBC that he was more than ready to take he reigns from the Limerick man.
The veteran presenter Terry Wogan, who has worked for BBC television, is retiring from the Eurovision Song Contest after 35 successful years. Terry Wogan is well known for his sarcastic comments while presenting Eurovision Song Contests on BBC1.
EuroVisionary have spoken to Paul Layton from The New Seekers who represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1972. We are asking him about his memories, how the contest was seen back then and what the band has to offer today.
The UK media continue to cover the story even though the EBU director has realised the error he made in criticising Terry Wogan's commentary and backtracked on his original scathing review of Britain's attitude to the contest.
In our continued coverage of the UK national final we caught up with 'LoveShy' to find out about their upcoming participation in 'Eurovision - Your Decision'. We would like to thank the girls for taking time to answer our questions and we wish them luck in the contest.