The Yugoslav final was held on March 3rd at the Dvorana Jazine in Zadar, hosted by Ana Brbora-Hum & Branko Uvodic. The winning song was chosen by the votes of 8 regional juries.
The Austrian final was held on March 15th in Studio Z1 of the ORF-Zentrum in Vienna, hosted by Lizzi Engstler who represented Austria in ESC 1982 in the duo Mess.
The Portuguese Final was held on March 7th at the Teatro Garcia de Resende in Évora, hosted by Manuela Carlos & António Vitorinho de Almeida. The winner was chosen by the votes of 22 regional juries.
The UK final was held at the BBC TV Studios in London on March 24th, hosted by Terry Wogan. The winner was chosen by televoting.
The Norwegian final was held at the Stavanger Forum on 11th March, hosted by Øystein Bache. The winner was chosen by 5 juries in two rounds of voting – the first to select the top 3 and the second to select the winner. Continue reading “NORWEGIAN NATIONAL FINAL 1989”
The Swedish Final was held at the Globe Theatre in Stockholm on March 11th, hosted by Yvonne Ryding-Bergquist & John Crispinsson. The winning song was chosen by regional juries.
The Luxembourg final was held on March 5th at the RTL TV studios in Luxembourg City, hosted by Jean Octave & Manette Dupong. Park Café sang all the songs and the winner was chosen by televoting.
The Danish Final was held at the Bella Centre in Copenhagen on March 25th, hosted by Jarl de Friis-Mikkelsen. The winning song was chosen by the votes of 9 regional juries.
The Finnish Final was held at Kultturitalo in Helsinki on February 4th, hosted by Tarja Koskela. The winner was chosen by an “expert” jury.
The Belgian Final was held at the Amerikaans Theater in Brussels on March 18th, hosted by Luc Appermont. The winning song was chosen by the votes of 6 juries.