Paul Jordan

Paul Jordan, otherwise known as “Dr. Eurovision,” has been the BBC’s Eurovision correspondent since 2012. In 2011, Jordan was awarded his PhD for his research about the annual singing contest and in 2014, he published his book, The Modern Fairy Tale: Nation Branding, national identity and the Eurovision Song Contest in Estonia. His other areas of academic interest include nation and state building, post-Soviet identity politics and nationalism.


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