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Discussion in 'Sesame Appearances' started by Princeton, Oct 23, 2006.
Sorry about that, I hope it comes back on tonight, or you get to purchase it.
Some show about sharks is on where I live.
Ungh... My national PBS affiliate, Channel 3 (known as Channel 40 WMTJ) is airing some 2005 Nova special. The other PBS affiliate, the local one, Channel 6 (WIPR) is airing Puerto Rican news/cultural programming. So I hope it'll air on Channel 3 at 10 PM instead... Or I hope to catch it in the AM on Thursday next. If not, then that's one more item for my wishlist this year.
Says it's not airing for the next two weeks where I live.
Well, the signal's been lost for over half an hour now, and it is NOT re-airing at 12:30 A.M. Thursday... so this REALLY sucks.
Well, only ten minutes left, and PBS still hasn't fixed its signal, so I guess I missed it.
Sorry, Snowthy. Atleast you can still purchase it on DVD and watch it whenever you want.
I missed the local broadcast, and probably won't stay awake for the reruns (all after midnight!!!). Looks as if I'll have to buy the DVD, or borrow it from our library in the future.
Ed, look for it after the Nova special. It should be on then!
I just saw it and it was awsome! I Caught Kevin and Marty training in what looked like Muppeteers on the China production. Big Bird was their to and he spoke some Chinees, LOL!
Yeah, Kevin was training in China, and Marty was seen training in Bangladesh. I liked when he was telling the puppeteer to stop moving his head when he talked.
Yeah, when you talk, you don't move the top of your head, you only move your jaw, LOL! That was one of Carolls first lessons when Jim was training him using a Rrowlf puppet.
Marty did say at The Museum event that the Muppet style of puppeteering is very specific and it was a challenge teaching people who weren't familiar with it.
Oh yeah, that's where I'd heard the head moving story before!
Still, I imagine it's also very rewarding at times.
Mine PBS isn't airing it until tomorrow. So I can't wait for tomorrow now.
Anyone in RI or the Eastern time Zone, know when it will be showing?
It's aloty of hard work at time's but it can be rewarding, too. Of coures, what you may consider a reward can vary.
CoOKIE, I live east time and it came on at ten.
According to the PBS website, Independent Lens: The World According to Sesame Street will be shown again October 26th, 12:30am (Eastern). But you'd have to check your local listings.
Oh that's tonight! I think I'll tune in right now to check it out... hmmm..
Actually it's Thursday, so tomorrow night.
Really? So its on Thursday night then?
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