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The German version of the original "Sesame Street". Many segments have been taken from the American original, some have been produced specifically for German kids, featuring Samson the bear, Tiffy the bird and their friends.
Just at the time when Peter Lustig tells us, he's going to stop, it's getting a "cult" in Germany! I think this is the ONLY program on German television, that actually tells the Kids to switch off afterwards. The way German TV is coming along these days, the only programs that should be running should be ones like Löwenzahn (telling you to switch off afterwards) and Kalkofes Mattscheibe (telling you how stupid it actually is). Löwenzahn is running much too rarely. The last time an episode was actually coming EVERY DAY was Summer 2003, everyday 19.25 on Kinderkanal, but these days it runs once a week, Sunday morning on ZDF.
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