EDIZIONI 1960 – 1969 (Anni sessanta)

Decade introduction 1960 – 1969: The Eurovision Song Contest grew more glamorous and exciting in the 1960s as more countries became involved and European superstars, including Cliff Richard, Françoise Hardy and Nana Mouskouri, took to the stage.

Early editions of the contest had been held on various weekdays, but from 1963, one Saturday every year became the day when families sit down to cheer for their own country, watch and finally see which song is voted to win the Grand Prix.

The presenter who holds the record for presenting the most finals is Katie Boyle for the United Kingdom who undertook the task in 1960, 1963, 1968 and 1974.

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