all time rank: the position that the country and the song have between all the eurovision songs
chart from the game vote for the best eurovision song.
The thirteenth Eurovision Song Contest which took place in the Royal Albert Hall in London was the first Eurovision Song Contest to be broadcast in colour. The bookmakers were sure of another British victory since Cliff Richard – who had dominated the European charts for several years already – decided to represent his native country.The thirteenth Eurovision Song Contest which took place in the Royal Albert Hall in London was the first Eurovision Song Contest to be broadcast in colour. The bookmakers were sure of another British victory since Cliff Richard – who had dominated the European charts for several years already – decided to represent his native country.
1968 was the first time that the Eurovision Song Contest was broadcast in colour. The countries that broadcast it in colour were France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Sweden; in the United Kingdom it was broadcast as an encore presentation on BBC Two the next day.
The 1968 Eurovision Song Contest was not only broadcast in the participating countries, but also all of Eastern Europe and Tunisia could follow it;For Katie Boyle, it was already her third Eurovision Song Contest as a presenter, but not her last: Mrs. Boyle would return for yet another contest just as the unlucky Cliff Richard!
|#||Representing country||Performer(s)||Song title, writer(s) and composer(s)||Points||Place|
||Claude Lombard||Quand Tu Reviendras||008||07|
||Karel Gott||Tausend Fenster||002||13|
||Chris Baldo and Sophie Garel||Nous Vivrons D’amour||005||11|
||Gianni Mascolo||Guardando Il Sole||002||13|
||Line and Willy||A Chacun Sa Chanson||008||07|
||Claes-Göran Hederström||Det Börjar Verka Kärlek, Banne Mej||015||05|
||Kristina Hautala||Kun Kello Käy||001||16|
||Isabelle Aubret||La Source||020||03|
||Pat McGeegan||Chance Of A Lifetime||018||04|
||Massiel||La, La, La…||029||01|
||Wencke Myhre||Ein Hoch Der Liebe||011||06|
||Luci Kapurso and Hamo Hajdarhodzic||Jedan Dan||008||07|
|Isabelle Aubret||France||1962 (winner)|