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Tune into the Eurovision Request Hour

For everyone wishing they could be in Rotterdam tonight

Pianist-cum-correspondent Steve Rosenberg at work

For all you Eurovision fans, heartbroken that it's not going to happen this year, we have the next best thing. In fact, maybe it's even better.

At 5 p.m. Moscow time you can tune into “Eurovision request hour.” Ask for your favorite winning song from any year and you'll hear it live, played by Steve Rosenberg, a concert pianist who moonlights as a BBC correspondent.

Catch it on the Facebook Facebookpage of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Moscow. 

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