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Public Record - Banff Television Festival – June 11, 2003 (Part 1 of 4)


At this June 11th session entitled “Showcase of Excellence: Creative Talent in Television,” broadcaster Peter Kent sits down with Gary Knell (the president of Sesame Workshop, USA) to discuss the various international projects that Sesame Workshop is undertaking with the goal of breaking down stereotypes through respect and understanding.

Also on the program, Mr. Kent welcomes cast members of the program “Whose Line is it Anyway?” to discuss the success of the show. Cast members include Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Brad Sherwood, and Kathy Kinny. Lou Fusaro (the producer of “The Drew Carey Show”) is also among the panellists.


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