In at riverside studios doing a filmed interview about the Eurovision Song Contest . Seriously .
— DavidGArnold (@DavidGArnold) February 18, 2015
In a curious piece of news, it appears that there might be some new Eurovision programming coming to British viewers this year. But why is David Arnold taking part?
The British composer, well known for scoring five James Bond films, Independence Day and Godzilla, appears to have been invited to Riverside Studios in London to film an interview for some sort of Eurovision media. Other than the above tweet there is no information but having such a distinguished composer involved in an interview for the contest may be signalling a strong approach by the BBC this year.
What do you think? Is he just a talking head in a new documentary? Or has the United Kingdom decided to bring a touch of class to their entry, through Arnold or otherwise?
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