|In 1994, all songs were again performed by one artist. The eight songs in contention to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest were presented during four ten-minute preview programmes broadcast on BBC One between Saturday 5th March 1994 and Saturday 12th March 1994, with all eight songs being reprised in the A Song for Europe show on Friday 18th March 1994. |
A separate results show was broadcast on BBC One the same evening with the selection of the winning song undertaken by public phone vote.
BBC Radio 2 simulcast the A Song for Europe final but not the results show.
|Transmission Date:||Friday 18th March 1994|
(Recorded on Thursday 17th March 1994)
BBC Radio 2
|Results Show:||BBC One only: 22.20-22.40|
|Radio Commentary:||Ken Bruce|
Public phone vote
We Will Be Free (Lonely Symphony)
|1||Waiting In The Wings||Tony Moore||36,856||3|
|3||I Know These Things||Helen Taylor & Shirley Kemp||6,249||8|
|4||Sink Or Swim||Linzi Morgan, David Harris & Paul Fishman||63,417||2|
|5||Wrong Guy||Rick Taylor||7,406||6|
|6||One More Night||Paul Boross & Mark Holding||20,608||4|
|7||His Love||Anthony Clarke & Pam Sheyne||8,031||5|
|8||We Will Be Free (Lonely Symphony)||George De Angelis & Mark Dean||99,946||1|
Frances Ruffelle at The Eurovision Song Contest 1994
At The Eurovision Song Contest 1994
|At the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday 30th April 1994, We Will Be Free (Lonely Symphony) finished in 10th place with 63 points. The song was conducted by Michael Reed.|
Terry Wogan provided the commentary for BBC One Television. Ken Bruce provided the commentary for BBC Radio 2.