Eurovision rewatch: Athens 2006 (20:00 BST)

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There are two links to the full contest, one has BBC commentary and Bosnia muted; no idea what this one is like though:

 

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This one has no commentary, if we'd rather.

 

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I think the second one has a load of interviews after the main show, but I'm watching that one as well.
 

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They both seem to have perfectly acceptable picture and sound quality. I don't think it really matters, but I'll avoid the foreign commentary.
 

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I've started the first one, but I shall be blaming you lot if the commentator is annoying.
 

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They both seem to have perfectly acceptable picture and sound quality. I don't think it really matters, but I'll avoid the foreign commentary.
I’ve just checked. They’re within a second of each other in terms of sync. You can switch back.
 

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As I have mentioned once or twice over the past few months, this is the most recent Eurovision which I have never seen. I'm very excited.
 

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A few minutes behind, but this Greek intro song - they really do think a lot of themselves, don't they? :D

Loving the DRAMA though
 

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I just had to restart because of that cancerous pissbiscuit Wogan. I'm listening to someone speaking foreign, but it's infinitely better than someone speaking SHIT.
The BBC one has a song muted, so that's two reasons that you have made the right decision.
 

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