|In 1998, the eight songs in contention to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest competed in a semi-final round on BBC Radio 2 on Friday 6th February 1998. |
Following a phone vote, the top four songs were previewed on The National Lottery Draw on BBC One between Saturday 21st February 1998 and Saturday 14th March 1998. and went forward to The Great British Song Contest on Sunday 15th March 1998 with the result of a further phone vote being announced on The National Lottery Draw on BBC One on Saturday 21st March 1998.
|Sunday 15th March 1998|
The National Lottery Draw
Saturday 21st March 1998
Public phone vote
Where Are You?
|Semi-Final Round||No detailed voting information is avaialble; the names of the four qualifying songs only were revealed|
|1||Don't It Make You Feel So Good||Paul Brown & Mike Connaris||Alberta (Sheriff) (With Georgia Lewis, Dee Curtis, Janeth Mayo)||Qualified|
|2||Give It Up||Gary Benson, Livingston Brown & Lisa Millet||Lisa Millet||Eliminated|
|3||I'll Never Be Lonely Again||Richard Louis Simmonds, Stephen Christopher Jones & Kate Cameron||Kitt* (aka Kate Cameron)||Qualified|
|4||Suddenly (Took So Many Years)||Tim Laws, Farrell Lennon & Simon May||Farrell Lennon||Eliminated|
|5||When We're Alone (We Dream)||Stephen Rudden, Yenka Charles, Jay Williams, Debbie Ffrench, Nick Whitecross & Greg Lester||The Collective||Qualified|
|6||When We Were In Love||Cheryl Parker & Nick Graham||Mandy Wilson||Eliminated|
|7||Where Are You?||Scott English, Phil Manikiza & Simon Stirling||Imaani (Saleem) (aka Melanie Crosdale)||Qualified|
|8||Wish You Were Here||Dave King, Anita Madigan & Dave Major||Anita Madigan||Eliminated|
|1||When We're Alone (We Dream)||Stephen Rudden, Yenka Charles, Jay Williams, Debbie Ffrench, Nick Whitecross & Greg Lester||The Collective||53,950||4|
|2||Where Are You?||Scott English, Phil Manikiza & Simon Stirling||Imaani (Saleem)||70,421||1|
|3||Don't It Make You Feel So Good||Paul Brown & Mike Connaris||Alberta (Sheriff)||66,278||2|
|4||I'll Never Be Lonely Again||Richard Louis Simmonds, Stephen Christopher Jones & Kate Cameron||Sapphire (Kit Cameron)||65,712||3|
Imaani at The Eurovision Song Contest 1998
At The Eurovision Song Contest 1998
|At the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 in Birmingham, United Kingdom on Saturday 9th May 1998 Where Are You? finished in 2nd place with 166 points. The song was conducted by James McMillan.|
Terry Wogan provided the commentary for BBC One Television. Ken Bruce provided the commentary for BBC Radio 2.