Eurovision Times Joins Glen’s 24 hour Eurovision Party!

Glen smallEurovision Radio Show – Eurovision Times is delighted to announce that this year it will be joining Glen’s 24 hour Eurovision Party live! The event takes place on March 26th, and Eurovision fan Glen Bartlett of W12P will be again hosting a 24-hour radio show dedicated to Europe’s favourite TV show. Be prepared for 24 hours of the best Eurovision chat, fun and laughs – all for charity! 

Last year, Głen smashed his £500 target for Bloodwise UK (formerly known as Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research), and raised just over £1700.

Eurovision Times editor, Hulluna, will be live in the studio on Saturday, hopefully bringing one of ET’s favourite competitions live to the radio. All will be revealed soon!


It all starts at 11am (GMT) / 12pm (CET) on Saturday March 26th 2016… all until 12 noon (GMT) / 1pm (CET) on Sunday March 27th 2016. (The clocks go forward for daylight savings / summer time to confuse everyone!)

You can already donate to Glen’s 24hr Eurovision Party 2016 on behalf of Bloodwise UK and The Mumbles Development Trust at justgiving.com/eurovisionparty or text EURO97 £5 to 70070 from the UK.

There is also a Charity Auction of Eurovision Promotional Items now underway on eBay… check out all of he Eurovision promo materials you can bid for now HERE.



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