The Yugoslav Final was held on March 12th in Ljubljana, hosted by Misa Molk & Bogdan Barovic. There were originally meant to be 16 songs but one of them – “Noc u suzama” (Night in tears) by Jasna Gospic had … Continue reading Yugoslav National Final 1988
The Portuguese Final was held on March 7th at the RTP TV Studios in Lisbon, hosted by Ana Paula Reis, Valentina Torres & António Sequeira. Before the final there was a semi-final. The winning song was chosen by an “expert” jury … Continue reading Portuguese National Final 1988
The Belgian Final was held on February 27th at the RTBF TV Studios in Brussels, hosted by Patrick Duhamel. The winning song was chosen by an “expert” jury and a public jury, with only the winner being announced.
The MGP was held at the Château Neuf in Oslo, hosted by Dan Børge Akerø. Sixteen songs had taken part in a series of semi-finals in which songs were paired and the winner from each pair, as chosen by a panel of 1,000 viewers, qualified for the final, along with two losing songs which were given wildcards. Continue reading “Norwegian National Final 1988”
The Greek Final was held on March 28th in the Municipal Theater of Pireas, hosted by Kostas Karras. The winning song was chosen by an “expert” jury. Only the winner was announced.
The Danish Final was held on February 27th at the DR-TV Studios in Copenhagen, hosted by Jørgen Mylius. The 10 songs were reduced to 5 finalists before the winner was chosen by 5 regional juries.
The German Final was held on March 31st at the Frankenhalle in Nürnberg, hosted by Jenny Jürgens. Before the final there were 2 semi-finals . The winning song was chosen by the votes of approximately 600 people who were chosen by … Continue reading German National Finals 1988
The Irish Final was held at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on March 6th, hosted by Marty Whelan & Maxi who represented Ireland in ESC 1973. The winner was chosen by an “expert” jury, one of whom was Sandy Kelly … Continue reading Irish National Finals 1988
The Swiss Final was held on February 6th at the Théâtre de Beausorbet in Morges, hosted by Serge Moisson. The winning song was chosen by 3 regional juries, a press jury and a jury of “experts”. 1 Muet Courage Hertz … Continue reading Swiss National Final 1988
The Israeli Final was held on March 27th at the IBA Studios in Jerusalem, hosted by Rivka Michaeli. Yardena Arazi sang all the songs and the winner was chosen by 4 regional juries. 1 Kmo bahatchala Like at the beginning … Continue reading Israeli National Final 1988