Anu Välba (born 14 May 1974)is an Estonian TV and radio host.
Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia, is a country in Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland with Finland on the other side, to the west by the Baltic Sea with Sweden on the other side, to the south by Latvia (343 km), and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia (338.6 km). The territory of Estonia consists of a mainland and 2,222 islands in the Baltic Sea, covering a total area of 45,227 km2 (17,462 sq mi), water 2,839 km2 (1,096 sq mi), land area 42,388 km2 (16,366 sq mi), and is influenced by a humid continental climate. The official language of the country, Estonian, is the second most spoken Finnic language.
She graduated from Tallinn University in television directing in 1998 but has been working as a hostess instead. Her credits include the TV morning programme "Terevisioon", weekly "Paar", "Hommik Anuga" and daily "Ringvaade", all but one co-hosted with Marko Reikop. She was also involved with Eurovision Song Contest 2002 where she did off-screen editing for video postcards shown between the competing songs.
Tallinn University is a public research university in Estonia. Located in the centre of Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, Tallinn University is one of the three largest institutions of higher education in the country. In the 2019 edition of QS World University rankings, it has been ranked among the top 1000 universities in the world.
The Paar is a river in Germany and a right tributary of the Danube. For several tens of kilometers it flows parallel to the Lech, at only a few km distance. Near Augsburg, the Paar leaves the Lech valley and turns north-east towards Ingolstadt. It flows into the Danube near Vohburg. Towns along the Paar include Egling, Mering, Aichach, Schrobenhausen and Manching.
Marko Reikop is an Estonian TV host.
On the radio, she has co-worked for the programmes of Vikerraadio and Raadio 2.
Vikerraadio is an Estonian national radio channel of Eesti Rahvusringhääling.
Christine Anu is an Australian pop singer and actress. She gained popularity with the cover song release of the Warumpi Band’s famous song "My Island Home". Anu has been nominated for 17 ARIA Awards.
Angela May Rippon is an English television journalist, newsreader, writer and presenter. Rippon presented radio and television news programmes in South West England before moving to BBC One's Nine O'Clock News, becoming a regular presenter in 1975. She was the first female journalist permanently to present the BBC national television news.
Claudia Anne Winkleman is an English television presenter, model, film critic, radio personality, and journalist. Between 2004 and 2010, she presented Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two on weeknights on BBC Two. Since 2010, she has co-presented Strictly Come Dancing's main results show on Sunday nights with Tess Daly on BBC One and since 2014 has been a main co-host alongside Daly on the Saturday night live shows, following the departure of Sir Bruce Forsyth. She has twice been nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Entertainment Performance for her work on Strictly Come Dancing.
Melanie Clare Sophie Giedroyc is an English television presenter and actress. With Sue Perkins, she has co-hosted series including Light Lunch for Channel 4, The Great British Bake Off for the BBC and chat show Mel and Sue for ITV. In early 2017, Giedroyc began co-presenting the BBC show Let It Shine.
Katy Hill is an English television presenter who has worked in TV and radio in the UK since 1995, best known for presenting the longest running children's programme Blue Peter and the BBC Children's Saturday flagship morning show Live & Kicking.
Indian Idol is the Indian version of the Pop Idol format that airs on Sony Entertainment Television since 2004. It started airing in India with the first season in 2004–2005 and was followed by second (2005–2006), third (2007), fourth (2008–2009), fifth (2010) and sixth season (2012). For the seventh and eight season Indian Idol Junior replaced the show before the original Indian Idol returned for 9th season in 2016. The 10th season in 2018 is going to be aired on Sony TV every weekend from 7 July 2018.
Lenna Kuurmaa is an Estonian singer-songwriter and actress. She is a member of the girl group Vanilla Ninja, but after the band's hiatus since 2009, continued to work as a solo-artist. She also formed a band with the name "Lenna" who released the debut album Lenna in June 2010.
Eesti Televisioon (ETV) is the free-to-air national public television station of Estonia. It made its first broadcast on 19 July 1955.
Katharina "Kati" Bellowitsch is an Austrian radio and TV presenter.
Estonia made their third Eurovision Song Contest appearance in 1997. The preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 final would follow the same format of previous years, with a judging panel selecting the song and artist that would represent Estonia in the final. The judges would eventually choose Maarja-Liis Ilus again, making her the first Estonian entrant to have made back-to-back appearances in the Eurovision Song Contest. In the final, Ilus finished 8th.
Maire Aunaste is an Estonian journalist.
Fearne Wood, known professionally by her maiden name Fearne Cotton, is an English television and radio presenter. She isknown for presenting a number of popular television programmes such as Top of the Pops and the Red Nose Day telethons.
Maian Kärmas is an Estonian singer, songwriter, and journalist.
Estonia was represented by Koit Toome, with the song "Mere lapsed", at the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest which took place on 9 May in Birmingham. "Mere lapsed" was chosen as the Estonian entry at the national final, Eurolaul, on 24 January.
Meelis Kompus is an Estonian civil servant and former Estonian TV and radio host, employed by the Estonian Public Broadcasting.
Estonia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. The Estonian entry was selected through the national selection "Eesti Laul 2013", organised by the Estonian broadcaster ERR. The song "Et uus saaks alguse", performed by Birgit and written by Mihkel Mattisen and Silvia Soro, represented the country and qualified from the first semi-final. The song went on to place 20th in the final, scoring 19 points.
Anu is a given name and surname found independently in several cultures. The Indian name is a short form of Anuradha, Anurag, Anubhooti, etc. The Finnish name is derived from the Karelian variant of the name Anna, which became popular in Finland after Kersti Bergroth's play Anu ja Mikko of 1932.
Anu Lamp is an Estonian stage, film, television and voice actress, stage director, translator and instructor.
This is a list of Estonian television related events from 1974.