Drag queen hails Eurovision win as victory for tolerance
Austria’s ‘bearded lady’ Conchita Wurst triumphs at the Eurovision Song Contest despite petitions to have her edited out of the broadcast.
Nul points! How will Ukraine tensions hit Eurovision voting?
Will Moscow’s involvement in the Ukrainian crisis see Russia hit where it really hurts – the Eurovision song contest? Two statisticians explore the likely voting patterns for Channel 4 News.
Denmark wins Eurovision, Bonnie comes 19th
Bonnie Tyler is eclipsed by bookies’ favourite Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden but the Welsh singer says she had “a night to remember”.
Bonnie Tyler hopes for UK ‘hero’ at this year’s Eurovision
Bonnie Tyler, whose smash hits include Total Eclipse of the Heart, will represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision competition in May.
Eurovision in Baku: two tales of one city
Is Baku a city rich in culture and heritage or a city at the centre of an oppressive regime? Ahead of Eurovision, Channel 4 News hears from two men with two very different tales of one city.
Eurovision 2012: 'Expect the unexpected'
Jonathan Miller blogs on his experiences in Baku ahead of Eurovision and says we should expect the unexpected over the coming days.
Eurovision: the alternative map of Baku
Saturday’s Eurovision song contest will present Baku as a glittering show city. But away from the dry ice, Channel 4 News takes an alternative tour of Azerbaijan’s controversial capital.