Watch the full programme above, and also below are links to three more videos from the RTÉ News Archives from Millstreet before and after the contest:
— RTÉ Archives (@RTEArchives) May 9, 2018
Some familiar faces below, and an interview with Ken Brennan.
WATCH: The little town of Millstreet in Cork is the centre of attention as it prepares to host the Eurovision Song Contest #OnThisDay in 1993 https://t.co/QH39TsRTan #Eurovision pic.twitter.com/HhSPxCcdFb
— RTÉ Archives (@RTEArchives) May 14, 2018
Celebrations after Ireland won:
— RTÉ Archives (@RTEArchives) May 15, 2018
Edward Tucker recalls when the Eurovision Song Contest came to Millstreet, in Cork, 25 years ago, in this week’s Ireland’s Own:
25 years ago today @niamhkavanagh93 won #Eurovision 1993 for Ireland on home soil at the Green Glens Arena #Millstreet singing Jimmy Walsh’s In Your Eyes 🇮🇪 it‘ll always be my favourite ☘️#ESC #25 #InYourEyes @millstreet_town #SilverAnniversary (Photo: RTÉ Stills Library) pic.twitter.com/B7GFiEXttT
— Will O'Regan (@willovision) May 15, 2018
This day in 1993 the 38th Eurovision took place in Millstreet, Ireland 🇨🇮.
Ireland win their 2nd contest in a row with "in your eyes " sung by @niamhkavanagh93 .
— Today In Eurovision (@InEurovision) May 15, 2018
25 years ago today #Eurovision landed in Millstreet. Prequalifier for new nations. Ex-Yu 🇧🇦
🇭🇷🇸🇮 made it. Last entry from 5 time champs 🇱🇺 Ireland's fifth win of seven 🇮🇪 Epic second place from Sonia 🇬🇧
— Nul Points (@nulpointsnet) May 15, 2018
25 years today since the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Millstreet Bosnia was still War Torn and Sonia sang her Heart out for the UK but lost outto Ireland but if Sonia won the 1993 Eurovision then Riverdance would never happen.#Eurovision #90smemories #BetterTheDevilYouKnow
— Alex Dowling (@WellSpokenBloke) May 15, 2018