Terry Vision’s Eye On Eurovision: Back To The Future

Terry Vision takes another sideways look at the Eurovision Song Contest in his ‘Eye on Eurovision.’

There’s a lot of silver screen homages in this year’s Song Contest, and while one film does spring to mind when looking at a few titles, there are one or two more. Our Senior Interview has spotted a few, so why not join him for a unique look at this year’s songs.

You can follow Terry’s adventures (and misadventures) through at Eurovision right here on ESC Insight, or over on Terry’s Facebook page.

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Terry Vision’s Eye On Eurovision: The Matrix Revisited

Our Senior Editor’s coverage of the Eurovision songs continues in Terry Vision’s Eye on Eurovision.

Terry  has seen countless Eurovision entries, he knows what works, and what doesn’t. He knows the stories behind the songs, and the elements that sneak in. For a unique look at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest entries during rehearsals and on stage, you need to turn to Terry.

Thanks to YouTube, we can’t bring you the Czech Republic, but never fear, we’ll look to make it up to you with some thoughts on Romania, Russia, Belarus, and the truth behind Norway.

You can follow Terry’s adventures (and misadventures) through at Eurovision right here on ESC Insight, or over on Terry’s Facebook page.

Terry Vision helps Takasa change their name… again

What if Takasa have to change their name again? Terry Vision has some ideas they could use.

They’ve already switched away from Heilsarmee to Takasa, but what if the Takasa Noodle Bar in Catford decide to send in the heavies and demand another name change? Our senior interviewer has five alternative names for the band to consider…

Hello! I’m Terry… Terry Vision!

Maybe you remember me from the radio, when I would wake up the country every morning. Or my successful chat show, Vision, as I talked to the stars ever night. When you needed an unflappable light entertainment host with a twinkle in his eye, I was there.

Retirement is wonderful, I make no apologies for walking away when I did, but there comes a time in the life of every husband when your wife asks for a new car, the bank account is running dry, and you need to get back out to the world of work.

Once I get the car, I’m going back to Vision Towers, but until then, it’s time to return to a world that really needs an old-fashioned star like me.