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Where to begin? I became devoted to channel 13 when I was in high school, and remember watching performances by Cat Stevens, Leon Russell and his hippy-dippy entourage (including Emily- the inspiration for his song “Sweet Emily” – who baked bread during the entire program!), Monty Python’s Flying Circus, The Great American Dream Machine, Marat/Sade (a play within a play about the Marquis de Sade, set in an insane asylum) – the quality and diversity of the programming was amazing! My children loved Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers. Fawlty Towers, Masterpiece Theater – I could go on and on!