Sunday, 10 November 2013

The Daily Teaser — 10-11-2013: How To Get To Sesame Street

RIGHT at the moment … ?

I have to admit, Safari‘s been on a go slow, this morning: mostly because I — along with every body else — now know the transmission time for The Day Of The Doctor.   I’ve been looking them up, to post them here.

23rd November, 2013, at 7:50pm.

Something I know I’ve booked up in my diary.

There’s ALSO a new trailer, as well: here … 

Let’s move on … 


Yesterday’s Teaser saw Debbi* putting in her answers: and, Along with saying Hello to Councillor Chilvers, also bagged seven out of seven.

Let’s see how she — and you — do with today’s questions, shall we?   Here they are, along with the ‘How To,’ License and video … 

Q1) 10th November saw the broadcast of the debut episode of Sesame Street.   In which year of the 1960s?
Q2) The show was originally broadcast on the NET network: which stood for National Educational … what … ?
Q3) That network later became known as the PBS: or Public Broadcasting what: service, system or subject … ?
Q4) What’s the name of the production company behind Sesame Street … ?
Q5) The Muppets were originally used on the show: who created The Muppets … ?
Q6) Who’s the LARGEST Muppet on Sesame Street … ?
Q7) Finally … Name either of the two human actors who’ve been with the show since its première.
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 9th November, 1967, was the publication date for the first edition of Rolling Stone magazine.   The magazine was named after a song by whom … ?
A1) The big fellah, himself, Mr McKinley Morganfield: AKA Muddy Waters.
Q2) That first issue’s lead article was about which music festival: Monterey, Glastonbury or Woodstock … ?
A2) Monterey.
Q3) Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas was initially published in Rolling Stone: who wrote Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas?
A3) The original Gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson.
Q4) The UK edition of Rolling Stone ran from 1969 to 1972: and was called what … ?
A4) Variously as Friends Of Rolling Stone, , Friends or Frendz.
Q5) John Lennon, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Tina Turner, Donovan and Eric Clapton, have all appeared on which bit of the magazine … ?
A5) The cover.
Q6) Rolling Stone writer, Jon Landau, once wrote “I saw rock and roll future and its name is … ” … what … ?
Q7) Finally … who was Rolling Stone’s first editor … ?
Enjoy those.

I’ll leave you with this line from the very first show …
“Sally, you've never seen a street like Sesame Street. Everything happens here. You're gonna love it!”
Sesame Street character, Gordon Robinson, speaking on the very first show.
And with nothing other than this, as a song … 

Have a good day.

*        Will do, Debbi, soon as I see her … !   She’s a busy woman … ! 

1 comment:

Debbi said...

Aren't we all? :)

1. 1969
2. Television
3. system
4. The Jim Henson Company
Children's Television Workshop, then Sesame Workshop
5. Jim Henson
6. Big Bird
7. Bob McGrath