At 40, 'Sesame Street' is in a constant state of renewal
Caroll Spinney and Kevin Clash, the puppeteers who respectively give life to Big Bird and Elmo, are shooting a scene that requires Clash to lie beside a sofa, raising his furry red Muppet into view. Meanwhile, Spinney is helped into the feathery yellow headdress that hides his white hair and beard. Ref. Source 6
I find it hard to believe that sesame street is 40 years old now. I am glad it has lasted through the years as it helps kids learn and grow. I know my little brother grew up watching the show.
Sesame St's next chapter: Elmo talks back
Elmo, Big Bird and the rest of the Sesame Street crew have always talked to kids. Now, they'll try to have a two-way conversation with their pint-sized audience using Kinect, the motion and voice-sensing controller created by Microsoft. Ref. Stuff.co.nz
I grew up watching this show, I used to love it! I am already too old for it now, of course. I remembered in every part of an episode of Sesame Street, is Elmo's World, I used to like it too. But now, I hate it! I can't stand that high-pitched voice of Elmo! :P
There is a muppet named Kami that appears on the South African version of the T.V. Show "Sesame Street" That is HIV-positive