Fresh Air is a radio talk show that began in 1975, and has been broadcast by National Public Radio since 1985. Terry Gross has been the primary host for most of the program's run.
- December 20, 1988 — Frank Oz, promoting his film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, talks about his beginnings as a puppeteer, how The Muppets differed from their puppet predecessors, and the origins of Miss Piggy (briefly touching on taking over the role from Richard Hunt). (audio)
- December 19, 1990 — Christopher Cerf is interviewed. A clip of "(I Can't Get No) Co-Operation," excerpted from the recent Sesame Street video release Rock & Roll!, is featured. Cerf also discusses parodies, his Fat Blue Muppet likeness Little Chrissy, and how the show has been affected by the deaths of Jim Henson and Joe Raposo. (audio)
- 1994 — Jeff Moss is interviewed and plays some of the songs he composed for Sesame Street and The Muppets Take Manhattan on piano; including Ernie's "Rubber Duckie," Cookie Monster's "Breakfast Time," Oscar's "I Love Trash," "I'm Gonna Always Love You," "Skin," and "Saying Goodbye." (transcript) (audio)
- November 6, 2009 — Archive interviews with Jeff Moss, Christopher Cerf, and Frank Oz are featured in honor of Sesame Street’s 40th anniversary. Dave Davies, filling in for Gross, introduces each interview. These presentations of the interviews have been published online.
- In a 2019 web video, in which the Sesame Street Muppets intern at NPR, Ernie and Bert are audio mixers and have an Abbott and Costello-esque misunderstanding about the next program: Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!. Bert gets up to leave, announcing that he needs some fresh air. Ernie replies "Oh, Fresh Air! I love that show!"
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