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In 1952, Frances Horwich began broadcasting her educational children’s program, “Ding Dong School”, in Chicago. From there, she pioneered the look and sound of children’s television, influencing “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” and “Sesame Street”. Ron Grossman joins John Landecker to tell the story of “Miss Frances” and how her ideas about learning changed television forever.