Tumble Tower1,208 posts since 13 Apr 2007
HTV West Points West
My second report about the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Grand Final is now available here. This one covers an in-depth analysis of the voting.
Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Grand Final Extended Voting Analysis

If you want to see how the results would have appeared if the 42 spokespersons had announced the televoting results first and the hosts had announced the jury totals at the end, please click here
B1 = BBC One B2 = BBC Two B3 = BBC Three B4 = BBC Four B5 = CBBC Channel B6 = CBeebies B7 = BBC News 24 B8 = BBC Parliament

I am 8 ... with 38 years experience
DE88149 posts since 8 Jan 2017
If you want to see how the results would have appeared if the 42 spokespersons had announced the televoting results first and the hosts had announced the jury totals at the end, please click here


That is absolutely brilliant.

I particularly love what Graham would have probably said... Laughing Thumbs up
I prefer the second Grange Hill theme tune to "Chicken Man". Does that make me weird?
Tumble Tower1,208 posts since 13 Apr 2007
HTV West Points West
In the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, a collection of statistics covering 1956 to 2017 are available here:
Eurovision Song Contest Statistics 2017

Although the UK has had a generally poor run in the Eurovision Song Contest since 1999, the UK is still one of the best countries in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest. Three league tables outlining the overall performance of all countries that have ever participated over the years are available here:
Eurovision Song Contest League Tables 2017
B1 = BBC One B2 = BBC Two B3 = BBC Three B4 = BBC Four B5 = CBBC Channel B6 = CBeebies B7 = BBC News 24 B8 = BBC Parliament

I am 8 ... with 38 years experience