The British entry in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest will be given a boost by an entry from award-winning musicians Radiohead.

The CREEP legends say they will offer tracks from their acclaimed album KID A for the annual competition, following the disappointment of this year's entry by nil point scorers JEMINI.

Frontman Thom Yorke told UK chat show host Jonathan Ross, "We really want to do it. We told our record company we'll enter."

01/06/2003 11:49