These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Orr family Image caption Jayden died while training at an ice rink Ten-year-old Jayden Orr was a promising ice skater, training for the British Championships, when he suddenly collapsed on the ice rink. The leisure centre where he was skating had a life-saving defibrillator, but the person given training to use it was not there. Jayden, who had given his dad the thumbs up seconds before he collapsed, could not be saved. His family do not know if using the defibrillator could have saved him, but they are now raising money to have child-friendly defibrillators put into schools and are campaigning to make sure defibrillators are registered with the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Two decades of mostly underwhelming results since Katrina and the Waves landed the crown in mean that the buzz of welcoming the cream of European pop - as Lisbon is set to do this weekend - is something the nation has almost forgotten.
BBC News takes a trip down memory lane. A diva is born Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEurovision: When Birmingham hosted the singing Olympics Israeli singer Dana International made history by becoming the first transsexual woman to win the contest with her song, Diva.
However, her victory by public vote was a signal of how progressive Europe was becoming in its attitudes towards the trans community. The balding singer, clad in a turquoise suit though he discarded his cloak and jacket over the course of his three glorious minutes in the spotlighttwice jumped into the crowd, stroked people in the front row of the audience including legendary former Eurovision host Katie Boylebadly mimed playing cowbells and even clambered up the set, completing his song astride a podium several feet above the stage.
Image caption Guildo loves you! While Britain might now be the sick man of Eurovision, it is still actually the third most successful country - level with Luxembourg and France and behind only Sweden and Ireland - having triumphed five times.
Twelve months on and Imaani almost made it back-to-back success, finishing in second place with Where Are You? I was pleased as punch. Mass televoting is introduced Image caption Imaani believes the changes to the Eurovision voting system were good for the contest Beforethe decision on who to award "douze points" was down to national "juries" of experts in each country.
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