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Date : 14 May 2022 - 15 May 2022
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For Eurovision fans the wait is over – the week of the 2022 Song Contest is upon us.
While many British viewers tune in for the prospect of barbed one-liners from Graham Norton, this year’s UK entry Sam Ryder has also been tipped (genuinely) as a potential winner.
However, he will have to get past the Ukrainian entry the Kalush Orchestra, which is understandably expected to fare strongly in the popular vote.
This year’s Song Contest is being held in Pala Alpitour in Turin following Italy’s victory in last year’s final, courtesy of rockers Måneskin – here’s how to watch it all live in the UK.
How to watch Eurovision 2022 in the UK
The final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 is on Saturday 14 May, presented by Italian TV star Alessandro Cattelan and singers Laura Pausini and Mika in Turin.
It is being broadcast live on BBC One from 8.00pm until midnight, with Graham Norton on hand to provide his usual acerbic commentary.
You can catch all the action live online through BBC iPlayer, where you will also be able to catch up after the event.
Before the final, though, there are two semi-finals to decide who gets the chance to perform (apart from the “big five,” of which the UK is a member).