By douze points


On the radio:

The only show in the Gulf dedicated to the Eurovision Song Contest [ The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual competition held among active member countries of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) ]. A weekly Dose of Eurovision History, Facts ,Updates & Music from 1956 todate.

Every Tuesday between 8:05 & 9:05 PM / repeat Wednesday 10:00 to 11:00 AM on QBS Radio 97.5 Doha Qatar:

email: for your eurovision dedications

facebook come and join us: 12 Points Qatar

Already for 53 years, the Eurovision Song Contest is Europe's favorite TV show. After more than five decades featuring some 1,100 songs, the contest has become a modern classic, strongly embedded into Europe's collective mind.

We have a change in rules for 2009, and western europe including UK, France, Germany and Spain have sent fantastic songs this year.

Every week on QBS Radio '12 Points we are playing a selection of songs from this years contest'. At our facebook page please join, watch and listen to each song giving your score out of 10. 1 being the lowest 10 the highest. Enjoy!

Ratings calculated automatically using technology developed at QCRI and MIT.

Click here to learn more.

By anonymous• 9 years 7 months ago.

Nobody takes it serious. It's just a marketing show. Has nothing to do with 'good music'.

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