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Season 2016 : Episode 20160725
AIRS ON 7/26/2016
Season 2016 : Episode 20160726
Guest is actor Gregory Harrison. Money and marriage.
Guests are comedian Harry Shearer, actresses Jane Powell and Gloria DeHaven discuss their soap opera roles.
Guests are sportscaster Lindsey Nelson and choreographer Peter Martins. Where to see Hailey's Comet.
Guests are Atlanta Braves pitcher Terry Forster, "Cops" author Mark Bader, Power Station musical group members John Taylor, Tony Thomas and Michael Des Barres.
Guests are comedian-actor Billy Crystal and author Jeffrey Archer. Golden Lion Award winners. Reader's Digest campaign against teenage drunk driving.
Report from the Minnesota State Fair.
Guests are actor Chuck Norris and family, actor Mickey Rourke of "Year of the Dragon", Walter Mondale and Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo. Minnesota wild rice harvest. Crime prevention.
Guest is actor Raul Julia. Interview with a hired assassin. Oktoberfest reports.
Guests are actress Judith Ivey, singer Connie Francis and Adnan Khashoggi (Part 2 of 2). Pre-menstrual syndrome.
Guests are actress Jennifer Beals, Clancy Brown, author E. Howard Hunt, singer Paul Young and Adnan Khashoggi (Part 1 of 2). Winner of the Coors bike race.
Reports from the Indiana State Fair with Erma Bombeck and Steve Fox. Interview with Agriculture Secretary John Block.
Guests are actor Tom Hanks, actress Betty Buckley and Chef and author Guiliano Bugialli. Report on hospices.
Guests are actor Jack Klugman and his son Adam, photographer Alfred Eisenstadt and the Smothers Brothers. 40th anniversary of V.J. Day. MTV Awards nominations. McCall's reader of the year.
Guests are TV host Gary Collins and his wife Mary Ann Mobley, actresses Jessica Tandy, Gwen Verdon and Herta Ware and group Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Guests are actresses Jill Whelan, Nia Peeples and Danielle Brisebois, singer Maxine Andrews and actress Morgan Brittany and her husband Jack Gill. Personal finance tips (Part 1 of 2).
Guests are actresses Brooke Adams, Rita Moreno and Sally Struthers and former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger. The VCR revolution. Report on M.I.A.'s. London fashions.
Guests are actress Morgan Brittany and her husband Jack Gill and Chef Paul Prudhomme. A look at romance novelists.
Guests are actors Mark LaMura and Mark Pinter and singer Deborah Harry.
Guests are conductor Leonard Bernstein and Attorney General Edwin Meese. Commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing.
Guests are actresses Dana Hill, Sydney Penny and Martha Plimpton.
1985 Football Hall of Fame inductees O.J. Simpson, Joe Namath, Roger Staubach, Pete Rozelle and Frank Gatski. Interviews with actors James Caan and Kevin Costner. Performance by singer David Grant.
Guests are comedian-actor Martin Short, singers Fabian, Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell and Paul R. Eckel, Pride Air Inc.
Guests are actresses Melody Thomas and Deidre Hall, film director Ivan Reitman and deep-sea treasure hunter Mel FIsher. Report from the Oshkosh (Wis) Air Festival with Chuck Yeager.
Guests are actress Linda Hunt (Part 2 of 2), director John Boorman and son Charley discuss "The Emerald Forest". "Cartoon Aid", cartoonists helping African famine victims.
Guests are former President Jimmy Carter, actress Linda Hunt (Part 1 of 2) and actor Michael J. Fox.
Guests are Olympic gymnasts Julianne McNamara and Peter Vidmar. The making of "Heaven's Gate". Consumer report on insect spray. Movie sequels.
Guests are Country singer Waylon Jennings and Olympic wrestler Jeff Blatnick. Exercising in hot weather. Report on Alzheimer's disease.
Guests are actors Brian Dennehy, Richard Jaeckel and Powers Boothe. 75th anniversary of the Boy Scouts. Travel in Ireland. Summer reading.
Guests are pro golfer Nancy Lopez and husband Mets infielder Ray Knight. New fruits and vegetables.
Guests are actor Tristan Rogers and The Beach Boys. Chocolate soda wars.
Guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn and actress Lori Singer. Lake Tahoe Tennis Festival preview.
Guests are actress Drew Barrymore, actors Henry Thomas and Robert McNaughton and Miss Universe 1985, Deborah Carthy-Deu.
Disneyland's 30th anniversary. Guests are Governor Mario Cuomo and actress-model Carol Alt.
Guests are actress Victoria Principal and singer Carly Simon. Political videos. Home medical tests. Expert salespeople.
Guests are actress Charlene Tilton and her husband Dominic Allen and singer Ike Turner. "Live Aid" concert review.
Guests are actor Philip Michael Thomas, model Paulina Porizkova, Weird Al Yankovic and writer-director Larry Kasdan.
Guests are "Live Aid" concert organizer Bob Geldof and actress Brigitte Nielsen. Women who kill.
Guests are actor Judd Nelson, actresses Ally Sheedy, Linda Hunt and Lea Thompson and Police drummer Stewart Copeland. Last-minute vacations (Part 2 of 2).
Guests are singer Tina Turner and actor Scott Glenn. Last minute vacations (Part 1 of 2).
Guests are actor Kevin Kline, baseball great Mickey Mantle and Bill Wyman. Summer home videos.
Guests are satirist Mark Russell and singer Sade. The Boston Pops 100th anniversary.
Guest is actor Gary Coleman. Fourth of July celebrations in Washington, D.C., Daytona Beach, Fla. and Ft. Worth, Tx.
Guests are actor Ed Harris, singer Katrina Lejkanich and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 3 of 3). Candy Leitner and Kim Mitchell discuss alternatives to alcohol.
Guests are model-actress Maud Adams, singer Chaka Khan and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 2 of 3).
Guests are Country singer Lee Greenwood, Shana Alexander author of "Nutcracker", The Pointer Sisters and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 1 of 3). A consumer report on unleaded gasoline.
Guests are actors Don Ameche and Jack Gilford of "Cocoon", actor Ed Harris of "A Flash of Green" and fashion designer Donna Karin. How to succeed in business. Letting children sleep with parents.
Guests are actor Ed Harris, comedian Joe Piscopo and actress Carrie Hamilton, daughter of comedienne Carol Burnett.
Guests are singer Marie Osmond and Chuck Yeager the first man to break the sound barrier. Playground safety. Neurotoxins.
Guests are actress Demi Moore, former Olympic star Bruce Jenner, former models Eileen Ford, Karen Graham and Jean Patchett.
Guests are singer Bryan Adams, Junior Miss 1984 Amber Jean Kvanli and the newly crowned Junior Miss 1985. A report on the scheduled landing of the space shuttle Discovery.
Guests are singer Mac Davis, astronaut-author Bill Pogue and Sasha Stallone who discusses autism. A kinetic sculpture race in Eureka, California. Emergency Test: fires.
Guest is Don Cornelius who talks about the 15th anniversary of "Soul Train". Features include: Bed and breakfast vacations. Debate on meat nutrition. Emergency Test: heart attacks.
Guests are actor Tom Hanks of "The Man With One Red Shoe", actor Emilio Estevez of "St. Elmo's Fire" and Rolling Stone and US magazine publisher Jann Werner. General James Abrahams discusses Star Wars space militarization. Emergency Test: drowning.
Guests are actor Richard Crenna of "Rambo: First Blood Part II", Clio Awards winners, feminists Gloria Steinem and Helen Gurley Brown. Emergency Test: traffic accidents.
NASA scheduled launch of the space shuttle Discovery.
Guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, actress Heather Thomas (Part 2 of 2) and Gospel singer Amy Grant and her husband Gary Chapman.
Guests are actress Heather Thomas (Part 1 of 2), actor Paul Sorvino, Linda Francke and Bill Novak. Jill St. John cooks cucumber soup.
Guests are Britain's Prince Charles and actress Leigh Taylor-Young.
Guests are undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau and his son Jean-Michel and singer-songwriter John Denver. Health care for your dog.
Guests are actress Kate Jackson and actor Don Johnson.
David Hartman's conversation with Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi (Part 2 of 2). Guests are Insurance executive John Creedom and ad executive Joyce Beeber, Fred Rogers host of "Mister Rogers Neighborhood", fashion designer Liz Claiborne, actresses Jamie Lee Curtis, Joyce Hyser and Sarah Jessica Parker and actor Anthony Edwards. Job guide (Part 4 of 4).moreless
David Hartman's conversation with Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. (Part 1 of 2). Interview with actor Tom Hanks. Children's video. Mercy killings. Job guide (Part 3 of 4).
Guests are actress Hayley Mills, comedienne Joan Rivers and Newsweek magazine editor Tony Fuller. John Stossel with a look at soft drink 'wars'. Children and hospitals. Job guide (Part 2 of 4).
Guests are director John Huston and actress Angelica Huston of "Prizzi's Honor" and Chef Wolfgang Puck. Dr. Tim Johnson discusses melanoma. Computers in the home. Job guide (Part 1 of 4).
Guests are "Dynasty" stars John Forsythe and Linda Evans, TV and film producer Garry Marshall and rodeo clown Rick Chatman. High technology and pregnancy. Spring fashions.
Guests are Colleen McCullough author of "A Creed for the Third Millenium" and Chevy Chase discusses his role in the film "Fletch" (Part 2 of 2). Julia Child conclusion of a four-part visit to Santa Barbara, California.
Guests are former baseball pitcher Jim Palmer, author of "Way to Fitness", Chevy Chase discusses his role in the film "Fletch" (Part 1 of 2) and husband-wife actors Ron Leibman and Jessica Walter. Julia Child third of a four-part visit to Santa Barbara, California.
Guests are actress Jamie Lee Curtis and Julia Child second of a four-part visit to Santa Barbara, California. Heart transplant patients. (Part 2 of 3).
Guests are actress Kathleen Turner, actors Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito discuss their roles in the film "Jewel of the Nile" and singer Rita Coolidge. Heart transplant patients. (Part 1 of 3). Julia Child begins a four-part visit to Santa Barbara, California.
Guests are winners of the Indianapolis 500 and World 600 auto races.
Guests are actor Sylvester Stallone, female impersonator Jim Bailey, racecar drivers Bill Elliott and Darrell Waltrip and singer Phil Collins (Part 2). After-effects of miscarriage.
Guests are actress Pamela Sue Martin and singer Phil Collins (Part 1). Indianapolis 500 preview. European travel bargains.
Guests are Cincinnati Reds player-manager Pete Rose, actors Tony Danza and Lorenzo Lamas, Bubba Smith and Tina Turner (Part 3). Good Housekeeping magazine's centennial.
Guests are Miss USA 1985, Laura Elena Herring, Frank Gifford, Sandy and Tom Chapin and Tina Turner (Part 2). A report on choking. A rap session for teenagers. The state of the steel industry.
Guests are singer Tina Turner (Part 1 of 3), John Hinckley's parents, Jack and Jo Ann Hinckley and former Bendix executive - author Mary Cunningham. Lassie's induction into the Milkbone Hall of Fame. Report on teenagers.
Guests are actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 3 of 3), Duran Duran and composer John Barry of "A View to a Kill". Re-release of the movie "Silent Night, Deadly Night". 100 Best companies for company morale.
Guests are actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 2 of 3), singer-actress Grace Jones and food writer Lora Brody.
Guests are actors Roger Moore, Lois Maxwell and Robert Brown of "A View to a Kill". "Dynasty" stars Catherine Oxenberg and Michael Praed. Interview with actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 1 of 3) and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 3 of 3).
Guests are "James Bond" villains Richard Kiel, Christopher Lee and Christopher Walken, singer Placido Domingo and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 2 of 3). Convertible cars. What to do at an accident scene.
Guests are actresses Sally Field and Lily Tomlin, actor Roger Moore and Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Part 1 of 3).
Guests are actress Cheryl Ladd, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter and fashion designer Donna Karan. Discussion of suggestive lyrics in rock music. Eating and cooking right.
Guests are actor Robert Mitchum with his son Chris and his grandson Bentley. Stevie Wonder's video on driving while intoxicated. Actress Jill St. John cooking segment.
A look at the city of Berlin. Reports on President Reagan's trip to Salzburg, Austria. Dieting methods.
A review of the end of World War II in Europe, including comments by John Kenneth Galbraith, photographer John Florea, entertainer Bob Hope, Helen O'Connell, Dorothy Lamour, Maxine Andrews and journalist Harrison Salisbury.
Guests are Country singer Willie Nelson and his wife Connie discuss youths who have taken to the streets. Reaction to President Reagan's visit to West Germany and the Economic Summit Meeting. Women and dieting.
Guests are entertainer Bob Hope, Treasury Secretary James Baker and Nancy Bruning author of "Coping with Chemotheraphy". Preview of the Bonn, West Germany economic summit meeting.
Guests are actress Phoebe Cates, talk show host Maury Povich, jazz musician Andreas Vollenweider and LA Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda. Tribute to Harry Chapin's fight against world hunger.
Guests are talk show hosts Oprah Winfrey and Regis Philbin and game show producer and host Chuck Barris. Three Vietnam veterans talk with teenagers.
Guests are Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam Graham Martin and historian Stanley Karnow. The Saigon airlift evacuation. The people left behind in Vietnam.
Guests are former Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, former Secretary of State Dean Rusk, actor Charles Bronson and McLean Stevenson, actresses Cindy Williams and Deborah Raffin, authors Robin Cook, James Webb and Al Santoli.
Guests are First Lady Nancy Reagan and Michael McGill author of "Male Intimacy". Steve Bell profiles Vietnam-era helicopter pilots.
Guests are actress Heather Locklear, Queen Noor of Jordan and singer Crystal Gayle. Steve Bell visits Vietnamese battlefields.
Guests are Princess Stephanie of Monaco, singer Gladys Knight and Bruce Nash and Allan Zullo co-authors of "The Baseball Hall of Shame". A salute to Milton Berle. Vietnam's re-education program.
Guests are actress Deborah Shelton, Guy DeRothschild, Sens. Richard Lugar (R-Ind) and Christopher Dodd (D-Conn). A report on Amerasians.
Guests are actors Ed Harris and Amy Madigan discuss their roles in the film "Alamo Bay". Steve Bell begins his week-long reports from Vietnam with a look at "Vietnam, Yesterday and Today".
Guests are actor Griffin O'Neal, director Louis Malle of "Alamo Bay" and Sens. Gary Hart (D-Colo) and William Cohen (R-Maine). The scheduled landing of space shuttle Discovery at 7:17am.
Guests are talk show host David Frost, entertainer Jerry Lewis, Chef Wolfgang Puck and photographer Sam Emerson. What teenagers are thinking. The lottery craze.
Guests are TV game show hosts Bob Barker and Monty Hall and singer Vanity. Auto bumper safety. The scheduled landing of space shuttle Discovery at 8:14.
Guests are singer Donny Osmond, actresses Valerie Bertinelli and Melissa Gilbert and Marvin Hagler, winner of the Hagler/Hearns boxing match. Home banking.
Guests are actress Amy Irving, singer Kenny Loggins, taped profiles of Marvin Hagler and Tommy Hearns. Interviews with the fighters' trainers and promoter Bob Arum.
Guests are former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford and James and Elliott Roosevelt and Studs Terkel pay tribute to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Guest is disc jockey Milt Rosenberg (Part 4 of 4). Working farm vacations in Canada. Last minute tax tips.
Guests are author Hilary Cosell and disc jockeys Bruce Vidal and Laurie Allen (Part 3 of 4). Beaches of the Florida panhandle.
Guests are actresses Glenn Close and Patty Duke, disc jockeys Hal Moore and Charlie Martin (Part 2 of 4). Dr. Timothy Johnson discusses the ailment cystitis. Travel to national parks.
Guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, Dr. Ruth Westheimer and exercise specialist Joannie Greggains. Dude and guest ranches. Disc jockeys Scott Shannon and Ross Brittain (Part 1 of 4).
Guests are actor-comedian Billy Crystal, actress Lisa Eilbacher and sportswriter Tom Boswell previews the 1985 Major League baseball season. What's hot in movies (Part 5 of 5). Celebrity cooking with Connie Stevens (Part 5 of 5).
Guest is animal trainer Gunther Gebel-Williams. Ted Kennedy Jr. reports on a Colorado ski competition for the handicapped. What's hot in sports (Part 4 of 5) with Carling Bassett and Doug Flutie. Celebrity cooking with Susan Sullivan (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actress Joan Collins and John Naisbitt. Gardening as a hobby. What's hot in fashion (Part 3 of 5). The sexes in the '80's (Part 3 of 3). Celebrity cooking with Connie Sellecca (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are former President Jimmy Carter (Part 2 of 2), Notre Dame basketball coach Digger Phelps and model Kim Alexis and her mother Barbara. What's hot in daytime drama (Part 2 of 5). The sexes in the '80's (Part 2 of 3). Celebrity cooking with Joan Van Ark (Part 2 of 5).moreless
Guest is former President Jimmy Carter (Part 1 of 2). What's hot in music with Bryan Adams (Part 1 of 5). The sexes in the '80's (Part 1 of 3). Celebrity cooking (Part 1 of 5). Latest in home video.
Guest is actress Rebecca De Mornay. A male makeover. Backroads U.S.A.: Calgary, Canada. Famous photo subjects.
Guests are actor Rex Harrison and Chef Wolfgang Puck. Backgrounds U.S.A.: modern-day California prospectors (Part 4 of 5). New video products.
A look at 1985 cars. Backgrounds U.S.A.: Four Corners (Part 3 of 5). Telling children about sex.
A profile of Haing S. Ngor. Backroads U.S.A.: Alabama coast (Part 2 of 5). Two teen magazine editors.
Guests are entertainer Liberace and Mr. T and Hulk Hogan. Bruce Jenner on the Special Olympics. U.S.A. The Florida Keys (Part 1 of 5). Review of Oscar-nominated films.
Guests are actors Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo and producer David Putnam.
Guests are actors Denzel Washington, Adolph Caesar and Michael O'Keefe, former baseball umpire Ron Luciano, former Detroit Tigers pitcher Mark Fidrych and the Oak Ridge Boys.
Guests are actors Sam Waterston and Dr. Haing S. Ngor, fashion designer Oleg Cassini and former University of Oregon basketball coach Howard Hobson.
Guests are actor F. Murray Abraham (Part 2 of 5), actress Cybill Shepherd, Mayors Ed Koch and Tom Bradley and radio personality Dave Fowler. Health foods (Part 2 of 2).
Preview of the Oscars, beginning with a look at "Places in the Heart" and an interview with the film's director Robert Benton (Part 1 of 5). Health foods (Part 1 of 2).
Guests are actress Melissa Gilbert and romance novelist Rosemary Rogers. Detroit Tigers in Spring training. Celebrities of the 60's (Part 5 of 5) with impressionist Vaughn Meader.
Guest is actress Tatum O'Neal. Cincinnati Reds in Spring training with manager Pete Rose. Back pain and related ailments. New foreign cars. Celebrities of the 60's (Part 4 of 5).
Guest is actress Emma Samms. The "Cyndi Lauper look" in hair and fashion. Handling motherhood and a career. Celebrities of the 60's (Part 3 of 5) with Bobby Seale.
Guests are Vice President George Bush, actress Sophia Loren and actor Kirk Douglas. "Made in America" TV ads. Celebrities of the 60's (Part 2 of 5) with Johnnie Whitaker and Erin Murphy Rogers.
Guests are actor Gary Coleman, actress Cybill Shepherd and model Kim Alexis. '60s celebrities (Part 1 of 5) with Jackie DeShannon and Mark Lindsay. NCAA Basketball. Computer software for children.
Guests are actresses Kelly McGillis and Hayley Mills, baseball players Darryl Strawberry, Kirk Gibson and Steve Garvey discuss Spring training.
Guests are rocker David Lee Roth, actors Sam Elliott and Bronson Pinchot. 40th anniversary of Ludendorff Bridge capture. Battle of Remagen. Videos and advertising.
Guests are Cher (Part 3 of 3), actors Eric Stoltz and Alan Bates, House Speaker Thomas Tip O'Neill and Henry Rogers, chairman of the board of Rogers & Cowan.
Guests are Cher (Part 2 of 3), actor Kurt Russell and Jayne Mansfield's daughter Mariska Hargitay and her father Mickey Hargitay. Health clubs. New Spring fashions.
Guests are singer-actress Cher (Part 1 of 3) and author Shirley Conran. 20th anniversary of the March on Selma, Ala. Miami Grand Prix. Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week.
Guests are actors Sam Waterson and James Brolin, actresses Olivia de Havilland and Butterfly McQueen and author Judy Blume. "Saturday Night Live" retrospective. White water rafting.
Guests are actress Valerie Bertinelli and husband musician Eddie Van Halen and columnist Ben Wattenberg. Southern mansions.
Guest is actress Jaclyn Smith (Part 3 of 3). "Dynasty" costume designing. Motor sports.
Guests are actress Jaclyn Smith (Part 2 of 3) and author Robert Half. Mastectomies. Making a soft drink commercial. Beautiful gardens across the Nation.
Guests are feminist Gloria Steinem, actress Jacqueline Bisset and actress Jaclyn Smith (Part 1 of 3) Behind the scenes at "All My Children". Caribbean travel.
Guest is singer Rosemary Clooney. Mail order specialists. Feminine fashions. Child development (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are singer Marie Osmond, actress Teri Garr and Chef Wolfgang Puck. Child development (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, actress Ann-Margret and the American Boys Choir. Child development (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are actress Bette Davis, actor Mel Gibson, actor Sidney Poitier (Part 3 of 3) and film director Gillian Armstrong. Bust development devices. Child development (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are actor Sidney Poitier (Part 2 of 3), actress Candice Bergen and Daytona 500 winner Bill Elliott. Child development (Part 1 of 5). Remedies for baldness. Night of 100 Stars preview.
Guests are Carol Burnett (Part 5 of 5), actor Sidney Poitier (Part 1 of 3), actress Angie Dickinson and Nancy Reagan's press secretary Sheila Tate. A profile of Byron Nelson. Inexpensive European travel.
Guests are Carol Burnett (Part 4 of 5) and The Pointer Sisters. Making of the "Hollywood Wives" mini-series. Civilians rights to defend themselves.
Guests are Carol Burnett (Part 3 of 5) and actress Mariel Hemingway. Rolling Stone magazine music and video awards. Westminster Dog Show winners.
Guests are Carol Burnett (Part 2 of 5) and singing duo Daryl Hall and John Oates. Profile of Sam Huff. Valentine's Day gifts.
Guests are comedienne Carol Burnett (Part 1 of 5), actress Jane Seymour, Mary Decker and her husband Richard Slaney. Profiles on Mickey Mantle and Johnny Bench. A discussion on U.S. Soviet relations.
Guests are Jackie Gleason (Part 2 of 2) and Jack Lemmon. Matching special children with special parents (Part 5 of 5).
Guest is Jackie Gleason who talks about 75 episodes of "The Honeymooners" which have been unseen for 30 years that he is releasing on cable TV this Fall (Part 1 of 2). Special needs of children in foster care. (Part 4 of 5).
Independent adoption and the black market. (Part 3 of 5).
Direct adoption from the birth mother. (Part 2 of 5).
How to adopt a children through an agency. (Part 1 of 5).
Child safety (Part 5 of 5). Plastic surgery for men.
Guest is Philip Caldwell retiring chairman of Ford Motor Co. Child safety (Part 4 of 5) Treating back ailments.
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds (Part 3 of 3), actor Tim Matheson and Dr. Robert Haas author of "Eat to Win". Child safety (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds (Part 2 of 3) and Chicago Bulls player Michael Jordan. Child safety (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds (Part 1 of 3), comedian Steve Martin and actress Kathryn Harrold. Child safety (Part 1 of 5).
Guest is writer-producer Beth Polson who discusses youth and drugs. Choosing the right health club. Burglar proofing your home. Army's new high-tech helicopter.
Guests are actress Isabella Rossellini and actor Mike Connors. 20th Anniversary of Winston Churchill's death. A new artifical heart system.
Guests are actress Ali MacGraw and Philadelphia Councilwoman Joan Spector who discusses maternity and paternity leaves.
Guests are actress Kathleen Turner, Deputy Chief of Staff Michael Deaver, Washington based journalists Helen Thomas, Rudy Maxa and Betty Beale.
Inaugural preview with Nancy Reagan, Rep. Jim Wright (D-TX), clothing designer James Galanos, Patricia Neal, Rich Little and political satirist Mark Russell. Interviews with members of the winning Super Bowl team.
Guests are singer-songwriter Barry Manilow (Part 2 of 2), singer-actress Ann-Margret, actress Catherine Oxenberg and her mother Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia and satirist Mark Russell. Preview of the inauguaration. Super Bowl XIX Preview (Part 5 of 5).
Guest is singer-songwriter Barry Manilow (Part 1 of 2). Super Bowl XIX Preview (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actor Gene Kelly and actress Leslie Caron. Paying your bills (Part 3 of 3). Super Bowl XIX Preview (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are actor Mike Connors, Bob Thomas and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass). Paying your bills (Part 2 of 3). Super Bowl XIX Preview (Part 2 of 5).
Paying your bills (Part 1 of 3). Super Bowl XIX Preview (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actor Gene Kelly and tennis star Jimmy Connors.
Report on the Geneva arms talks. Sex and advertising. Reasons people smoke cigarettes.
Report on the Geneva arms talks. Business takeovers. Superwomen.
Report on the Geneva arms talks.
Report on the Geneva arms talks.
Guests are actress Jean Simmons, astronaut Kathy Sullivan, artificial heart creator Dr. Robert Jarvik and NASA administrator James Beggs. NFL Playoff preview.
Guests are singer-actress Susan Anton, Detroit Tigers owner Tom Monahan and Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton. 1985 Congressional session. Microwave cooking.
Guest is singer Huey Lewis. Where to invest in '85.
Guest is actor Jeff Bridges. A look at the 1984 AT&T divestiture. Reports on child abuse and teen suicide.
Guests are Geraldine Ferraro, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sen. Gary Hart (D-Colo), TV personality Dick Clark, actors John Ashton and Judge Reinhold.
Guests are exercise experts Jack La Lanne and Joanie Greggains and University of South Carolina football coach Joe Morrison.
Guests are singer Tony Bennett and actress Susan Sullivan.
Guests are Foundation for Children with Learning Disabilities President Carrie Rozelle and musical group The Triplets.
Guests are orginal Mousketeers Cubby O'Brien and Shawn Beard. Aspen Colorado's Dickens Carolers.
Guests are Tucson Boys Choir. Vermont Christmas Tree farm.
Guests are actress Goldie Hawn (Part 5 of 5), Sally Burton and Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn).
Guests are actress Goldie Hawn (Part 4 of 5) and actor Dudley Moore (Part 2 of 2).
Guests are actress Goldie Hawn (Part 3 of 5), actor Dudley Moore (Part 1 of 2) and actresses Amy Irving and Ann Reinking of "Micki and Maude".
Guests are actress Goldie Hawn (Part 2 of 5) and Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton. Buying a VCR. Hong Kong vacations.
Guests are actress Goldie Hawn (Part 1 of 5) and Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo. Buying home computers.
Guest is actress Karen Allen. A report on missing children.
Guests are actress Jaclyn Smith, actor Gregory Hines and boxer Tommy Hearns. Christmas toys (Part 2 of 2).
Guest is actress Kate Burton. Gynecological tests. Christmas toys (Part 1 of 2).
Guests are director Francis Ford Coppola and Mr. T. Drunk driving awareness week.
Dr. Timothy Johnson begins a series of three on physical examinations.
Guests are actors John Lithgow and Edward Asner and race car driver Terry LaBonte. Winter cruises.
Guests are profession iceskaters Robin Cousins and Denise Biellamann. Dude ranches. Women fire fighters. Special effects in movies.
Guests are actors Keir Dullea and Bob Balaban and Country duo The Judds. The new Special Olympics postage stamp. Winter Carnivals.
Guests are actor Roy Scheider (Part 2 of 2), actor Michael Douglas and director John Carpenter. European winter vacations. Children's books. Testing for colon cancer.
Guest is actor Roy Scheider (Part 1 of 2). Closed-captioning on TV. Ski resorts. 50th Anniversary of Mutual Radio.
Shopping for a personal computer. New auto accessories. Hong Kong travelogue. Holiday gift tips.
Guests are comedian Dom DeLuise who prepares an Italian style omelette, ski film producer Warren Miller, Sylvia Chase reports on diabetes and Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo.
Guests are actresses Amy Irving and Suzanne Somers and Money magazine editor Marshall Loeb. How to buy a used car.
Guests are Country singer Eddie Rabbitt and actress Suzanne Somers who prepares chili. Buying a new car. Marriage encounter groups.
Guests are actresses Raquel Welch and Jill St. John. Purchasing stereo equipment.
Guests are singer-songwriter Billy Joel, actor-director Clint Eastwood (Part 5 of 5) and comedienne Joan Rivers (Part 2 of 2). Tribute to Joe DiMaggio. Acapulco vacations. Best buys for the holidays.
Guests are singer-actress Julie Andrews, actress Helen Slater, actor-director Clint Eastwood (Part 4 of 5) and comedienne Joan Rivers (Part 1 of 2). A report on World hunger.
Guests are actress Faye Dunaway, actor-director Clint Eastwood (Part 3 of 5), Heisman Trophy candidates Doug Flutie and Keith Byars. School-aged children and AIDS. U.S. "Monopoly" champions.
Guests are Country singer Kenny Rogers and his wife Marianne, newscaster Bree Walker, actor-director Clint Eastwood (Part 2 of 5) and actress Jane Fonda (Part 5 of 5). A discussion of the mini-series "Fatal Vision".
Guests are actress Angie Dickinson, actor Robby Benson and his wife singer Karle DeVito, actor-director Clint Eastwood (Part 1 of 5) and actress Jane Fonda (Part 4 of 5). Interracial children.
Guests are singer-actress Pia Zadora and her husband Meshulem Riklis, actress Kristy McNichol, actress Jane Fonda (Part 3 of 5) and Olympics boxing medalists Mark Breland and Evander Holyfield. Topics on Missing children and Alcoholism (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are authors Stephen King and Peter Straub of "The Talisman", tenor Luciano Pavarotti, actress Jane Fonda (Part 2 of 5) and entertainer Dean Martin (Part 3 of 3). Julia Child prepares tea. Alcoholism (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actress Catherine Denevue, entertainer Dean Martin (Part 2 of 3) and actress Jane Fonda (Part 1 of 5). Wonder Woman Foundation awards. Alcoholism (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are actor Griffin O'Neal and entertainer Dean Martin (Part 1 of 3). Alcoholism (Part 2 of 5).
Alcoholism (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 4 of 5) and middleweight champion Marvin Hagler. First Americans to scale the north face of Mt. Everest. Near death experiences.
Guests are actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 4 of 5), actor Anthony Geary of "General Hospital", authors Marion Cunningham and Alvin Toffler. Voting patterns that developed on Election Day.
Guest is actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 3 of 5).
Guest is actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 2 of 5).
Guest is actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actress Melanie Griffith of "Body Double" and her husband actor Steven Bauer of "Thief of Hearts".
Guests are actresses Genevieve Bujold and Suzanne Somers and actress Raquel Welch (Part 4 of 5). Men's European fashions for Spring.
Guests are actress Raquel Welch (Part 3 of 5), actor Vincent Price and director Roger Corman who discuss the history of horror films. Comic book rip-offs.
Guests are Paul McCartney (Part 4 of 4), actress Raquel Welch (Part 2 of 5), Moshe Arens, Israeli minister without portfolio and Olympic gold medalists Edwin Moses and Valerie Brisco-Hooks. New products for winter.
Guests are actress Janet Leigh, singer-actor Tom Sullivan, Paul McCartney (Part 3 of 4) and his wife Linda McCartney and actress Raquel Welch (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are Paul McCartney (Part 2 of 4), Country group The Judds, Michael Burke author of "Outrageous Good Fortune" and Running Club founder Fred Lebow author of "The World of Big Time Marathon". A visit to the Columbus Ohio Zoo.
Guests are actress Lesley Ann Warren and Paul McCartney (Part 1 of 4). Cruise bargains.
Guests are folksinger Judy Collins, fashion photographer Horst, FDA Commissioner Dr. Frank Young and author Peter Golenbock. A consumer report on chain saws.
Guests are Washington Redskins running back John Riggins, authors Leo Buscaglia and William Dear and Lord Carrington secretary general of NATO.
Guests are actor Tony Danza, Boy George and Culture Club. Debate reaction.
Guest is actress Lesley Ann Warren. Topics include, a preview of the presidential debate. Halloween costume hazards. Clothes for short people. Missing children. Cheating on college exams.
Guests are actress Jane Seymour and authors Loreen Arbus and Norm Chandler Fox. Negative campaign ads. Child adoption. Cooking with a wok.
Guests are actress Kristy McNichol and comedian David Brenner. Economic issues of the presidential campaign. New products for winter. Christmas catalogues.
Guests are singer John Denver and Save the Children President Dave Guyer on world food shortages. Report on Salvadoran President Duarte's meeting with guerilla rebels. Mrs. Joan Kroc on the 10th anniversary of Ronald McDonald House.
Guests are actress Deborah Kerr, actor Tony Danza, Detroit Tigers manager Sparky Anderson and marathon runner Gabriele Andersen-Scheiss. Stress and the working woman.
Guests are actress Anne Bancroft and Patty Hearst-Shaw. A World Series update.
Entire broadcast devoted to the problem of child abuse in America. Causes and effects will be discussed in talks with parents, professionals and victimized children.
Guests are Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, Country singer Willie Nelson, actor Lorenzo Lamas and romance novelists Barbara Taylor Bradford, Johanna Lindsey and Nora Roberts.
Guests are singer Connie Francis (Part 2 of 2) and actress Margaux Hemingway. Country Music Assocation Award winners.
Guest is singer Connie Francis (Part 1 of 2).
Coverage of the scheduled launch of space shuttle "Challenger". Buying a house (Part 5 of 5). and Victoria Principal's beauty tips (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are Country singers David Frizzell and Shelly West and Pierre Franey. Buying a house (Part 4 of 5). and Victoria Principal's beauty tips (Part 4 of 5). Alberquerque N.M. travelogue.
Guests are actors Nick Nolte and Arthur Tovey and author Phillip Norman. '84 Campaign issues. Buying a house (Part 3 of 5). and Victoria Principal's beauty tips (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are former Dodger Carl Erskine and author Peter Golenlock of "Bums" and "Old Farmer's Almanac" editor Judd Hale. Jim Koat previews the baseball playoffs. Buying a house (Part 2 of 5). and Victoria Principal's beauty tips (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are actress Jessica Lange, baseball manager Pete Rose, author Leo Buscaglia and Victoria Principal's beauty tips (Part 1 of 5). Buying a house (Part 1 of 5). U.S. Supreme Court issues.
Guests are actress Jessica Lange and actor Howard E. Rollins. Supreme Court issues. Middle-aged mothers (Part 3 of 3).
Guests are actress Morgan Brittany and dancer-choreographer Peter Martins. Four former presidential campaign managers. Middle-aged mothers (Part 2 of 3).
Guests are actor Ryan O'Neal (Part 2 of 2), Israeli Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir, former Veterans Administration head Max Cleland, cartoonist Herb Block and Olympic figure skater Rosalynn Summers. Middle-aged mothers (Part 1 of 3). Unorthodox telegram services.
Guests are Henry Kissinger, actor Ryan O'Neal (Part 1 of 2), Rev. Billy Graham, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band. Coty Award winners.
Guests are actresses Shelley Long and Britt Ekland. Foreign policy issues in the Presidential campaign. A report on the EMMY Awards.
Guests are actress Drew Barrymore, actors John Malkovich, Danny Glover, Brian Keith and Daniel-Hugh Kelly. Military families and their finances.
Guests are disco singer Donna Summer and actress Sally Field (Part 4 of 4). Preventing domestic violence. Cooking vegetables.
Guests are actor Henry Winkler, economist John Kenneth Galbraith and actress Sally Field (Part 3 of 4). Preview of the 1985-85 television season.
Guests are actress Kate Capshaw, actor Tom Hulce and actress Sally Field (Part 2 of 4). Advances in oral surgery. Spring fashions.
Guests are singer-actress Diahann Carroll, actor Billy Dee Williams, actress Sally Field (Part 1 of 4) and Miss America 1985 Sharlene Wells, Miss Utah. MTV Video Award winners. A report on Fraternity hazing.
Guests are actor Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin of the film "All of Me". Auto workers' contract negotiations. Selecting movies for children. Emergency Test: fires (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are actress-comedienne Lily Tomlin, food columnist Bert Greene and Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. Starting your own small business. "Men's wear look" for women. Emergency Test: heart attack (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are comedian-actor Steve Martin and former football player Pat Toomay. Emergency Test: drowning (Part 3 of 5). New alternatives to penicillin.
Emergency Test: traffic accidents (Part 2 of 5). Athletics for children.
Emergency Test: poisons and choking (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actor William Shatner and tennis star Billie Jean King. Hottest new toys.
Guests are sportscasters Frank Gifford, Don Meredith and O.J. Smith. Voter registration. A review of the motion picture "Winners". A California program designed to help curb domestic violence.
Guests are model-actress Lauren Hutton, Joanne Carson, Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Marian Aslakson, member of the first Girl Scout troop. Scheduled landing of the Space Shuttle "Discovery". A review of the movie "Losers".
Guest is former New York City cop Bob Leuci, on whom "Prince of the City" is based.
Guests are former President Jimmy Carter, comedians Alan Colmes, Margaret Smith and Bill Engvall. A profile of baseball's Minnesota Twins. Legal problems facing American labor unions.