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Eurovision's Greatest Hits: When is it aired?

The 60th Anniversary Show "Eurovision's Greatest Hits" has been recorded. The show will be aired in 24 countries. See where and when the show airs in your country

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The big show celebrating the 60th anniversary of Eurovision Song Contest was recorded in London's Eventim Apollo Hammersmith yesterday. It will be broadcasted on different dates (around or after Easter) in 24 countries.

If you can't wait, you can watch the show here.

Eurovision's Greatest Hits Broadcasting



  • Albania - 5 April (RTSH)
  • Australia - 16 May (SBS)
  • Austria - 22 May (ORF)
  • Belgium - 4 May, 19:45 (VRT) & 12 May (RTBF)
  • Bulgaria - 13 April (BNT)
  • Denmark - 16 May (DR)
  • Estonia - 22 May (ERR)
  • Finland - 11 April, 19:10 (YLE)
  • France (France 2)
  • Greece - 16 May (NERIT)
  • Iceland - 4 April, 20:10 (RÚV)
  • Ireland - 3 April, 21:00 (RTÉ)
  • Israel - 11 April, 22:00 (IBA)
  • Norway - 4 April, 19:55 (NRK)
  • Portugal - 26 April (RTP)
  • Romania - 12 April (TVR)
  • Russia - 5 April, 22:30 (C1R)
  • San Marino - 5 April (SMRTV)
  • Serbia (RTS)
  • Slovenia - 13 June (RTVSLO)
  • Spain - 16 May (TVE)
  • Sweden - 4 April, 21:50 (SVT)
  • Switzerland - 19 May & 21 May (SRF)
  • United Kingdom - 3 April, 21:00 (BBC)

The acts for Eurovision's Greatest Hits



  • Anne-Marie David (Luxembourg 1973 & France 1979)
  • Brotherhood of Man (United Kingdom 1976)
  • Johnny Logan (Ireland 1980 & 1987)
  • Nicole (Germany 1982)
  • Herreys (Sweden 1984)
  • Dana International (Israel 1998)
  • Olsen Brothers (Denmark 2000)
  • Natasha St-Pier (France 2001)
  • Rosa López (Spain 2002)
  • Lordi (Finland 2006)
  • Dima Bilan (Russia 2008)
  • Loreen (Sweden 2012)
  • Emmelie De Forest (Denmark 2013)
  • Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014)
  • Bobbysocks (Norway 1985)

Hosts: Petra Mede and Graham Norton



The anniversary show will be hosted by Petra Mede (Sweden) and Graham Norton (United Kingdom). Petra Mede hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, where she did an amaxing job. She was the sole host (except from Eric Saade in the Green Room). Graham Norton is a comic presenter, well known for commentating Eurovision Song Contest for British BBC since 2009.

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