Dancing Queen: Eurovision and the Gay-Rights Debate

Gay-rights activists in Moscow are using the music contest to bring attention to their cause

Friday, May 15, 2009

The Europe-wide song contest Eurovision isn't just about music anymore. The event is turning out to be one of the biggest landmarks in Russia's gay-rights movement. Joining us from Moscow with a report is the BBC's Paul Henley.

For more of The Takeaway's coverage of Eurovision, click here.

Here's a recap of the Eurovision Grand Final:

Guests:

Paul Henley

Hosted by:

Todd Zwillich

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