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Season 2014 : Episode 20141128
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The 25th anniversary of Martin Luther King's march on Washington D.C. Performance from Ashford & Simpson. A night in a haunted English castle. The Little League World Series.
Interviews with photojournalist Jacques Lowe ("The Kennedy Legacy") and Jean Harris.
Interviews with actor Roger Moore and Jean Harris author of "They Always Called Us Ladies". Editors of Spy magazine. The mummylike bog people of Denmark. Cooking with wild blueberries.
Interviews with actress Jodie Foster, actor Robert Englund and singer Carly Simon (Part 1 of 2). Reported hauntings of Paris sewers.
Interviews with actress Michelle Pfeiffer, singer Carly Simon (Part 1 of 2) and business expert Tom Peters. Searching for Dracula in Transylvania. London pubs.
From New Orleans. Interviews with actresses Michelle Pfeiffer and Cheryl Ladd, former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo) and political satirist Mark Russell.
From New Orleans. Interviews with former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo) and outgoing Treasury Secretary James Baker.
From New Orleans. Interviews with actor Mark Harmon, former President Gerald Ford, Barbara Bush, son Jeb and grandson George, Sen. Robert Dole (R-KS), former Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole, former Republican presidential candidates Alexander Haig and Peter Du Pont, political satirist Mark Russell, the Rev. Jerry Falwell and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.moreless
From New Orleans. Interviews with Jeane Kirkpatrick, political satirist Mark Russell, comedian Rich Little, Rep. Jack Kemp (R-NY) and the Queen Ida Zydeco band. Cajun backroads. Voodoo and the occult. Patrons of a Tampa truckstop comment on the convention.
From New Orleans. Interviews with Republican keynote speaker Gov. Tom Kean (NJ) and committee chairman Frank Fahrenkopf, Vice President George Bush, Mayor Sidney Barthelemy, former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo). The changing Mississippi delta. The Olympia Brass Band.
Interviews with former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo). Mark Russell previews the Republican Convention.
Interviews with actor David Selby, Paul Monette author of "Borrowed Time" and animal handler Jack Hanna with zoo kittens.
Interviews with actor Rd Steiger of "January Man", actor Jade Calegory of "Mac and Me", radio-TV announcer Shadoe Stevens and William Safire author of "You Could Look It Up". A survey of teen attitudes toward AIDS. A renaissance fair.
Interviews with actor Charlie Sheen and Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci. First night game at Chicago's Wrigley Field. Income tax payment extensions.
Interviews with singer-songwriter Elton John, actor Lou Diamond Phillips of "Young Guns", author George Rush and former secret service agent Dennis McCarthy. The phenomenon of identical twins. Winners of a lifeguard competition. The town of Eighty-Eight, Kentucky celebrates the date 8/8/88.
Interviews with comedian Milton Berle, singer Joan Baez ("And a Voice to Sing With") and racecar drivers Danny Sullivan and Al Unser Jr.
Interviews with tennis pro Arnold Palmer and author Judith Krantz. On the set of "Cousin" with Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini. Photographing wildflowers in the Rockies.
Interviews with actors Jeff Goldblum of "Vibes", and Kevin Bacon and acting couple Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee. On the set of "Do the Right Thing".
Interviews with actress Elisabeth Shue of "Cocktail", singer Cyndi Lauper of "Vibes" and Dennis Smith author of "Firefighters".
Interviews with actor Peter Falk of "Vibes", medical illustrator Frank Netter and Kitty Dukakis and B.A. Bentsen wives of the Democratic candidates. Question over government's role in child care. Owners' choice in cars.
Interviews with actor Tom Cruise of "Cocktail" (Part 2 of 2), actors John Cleese and Michael Palin of "A Fish Called Wanda" and Dr. Ronald Blum and Bernie S. Siegel author of "Love, Medicine & Miracles".
Interviews with actor Tom Cruise of "Cocktail" (Part 1 of 2) and singer Olivia Newton-John.
Interviews with actor Bryan Brown of "Cocktail" and Bo Dietl author of "One Tough Cop". A new program utilizing monkeys to help the disabled.
Interviews with actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito of "Twins", Jerzy Kosinski author of "The Hermit of Sixty-Ninth Street", former astronauts Alan Shepard, Walter Schirra and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin commemorate the United States' 30th anniversary in Space. Reps. Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Charles Stenholm (D-Tex) debate on agriculture.
Interviews with Chynna Phillips of "Caddyshack II", comedian Bobcat Goldthwait and Barbara Raskin author of "Host Flashes". Debate on pesticides.
From Atlanta, Georgia. Interviews with actor Robert Mitchum, comedian Jackie Mason, former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo). TV critics review the convention. Offshore Georgia. A fashion designer for professional wrestlers. Foreign reaction to the nominees.
From Atlanta, Georgia. Interviews with actress Lauren Bacall and political satirist Mark Russell. The center for disease control. Politically oriented movies.
From Atlanta, Georgia. Interviews with former President Jimmy Carter, actress Olympia Dukakis, actor Michael Murphy, former White House communications director Patrick J. Buchanan and Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo).
From Atlanta, Georgia. Interviews with Texas treasurer Ann Richards, keynote speaker at the Democratic Convention, former House Speaker Tip O'Neill, satirist Mark Russell, comedian Pee-wee Herman and actor Rob Lowe. Atlanta's aid to the homeless. Moments in convention history.
From Atlanta, Georgia. Interviews with Senators Paul Simon (D-Ill) and Albert Gore Jr. (D-Tenn), former Gov. Bruce Babbitt (D-Ariz), political cartoonist Doug Marlette, Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young and Democratic National Committee Chairman Paul Kirk. Tour of Atlanta.
Interview with Alice Hoffman author of "At Risk". Previews of the Democratic Convention by humorist Mark Russell and by former White House communications director Patrick Buchanan.
Interviews with singer Linda Ronstadt, authors Ron Schick and Julia Van Haafen, Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) and Detroit Pistons Isiah Thomas. Presidential campaign managers Lee Atwater (George Bush) and Susan Estrich (Michael Dukakis).
Interviews with singer-musician Sting and Marilyn Greene author of "Finder". The importance of the black vote in the upcoming election.
Interviews with actor Kevin Costner, baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth and baseball writers from Sports Illustrated.
Joan Lunden reports from Cincinnati. Interviews with Reds owner Marge Schott, inventor Don Pointer and Sen. Sam Nunn discusses the defense procurement hearings. Cincinnati's bicentennial history and zoo.
Interviews with actress Peggy Lipton, tenor Placido Domingo, Charles Higham author of "The Duchess of Windsor" and Angelique L'Amour author of "Trail of Memories."
A proposed retirement home for rock musicians. Duty-free shops. Modern-day cattle rustling. The resurging popularity of the convertible.
Interviews with actor Fisher Stevens of "Short Circuit II", producer Mike Linder of "America's Most Wanted" and singer Melba Moore. Roundtable discussion on medical care and Christian Scientology.
Interviews with Shelley Ross author of "Fall From Grace" and Edward James Olmos who discusses the influence of Latin culture on American society. Advertising regulations on mutual funds.
Interviews with medical illustrator Dr. Frank Netter and Nien Cheng author of "Life and Death in Shanghai". International Food Festival in Chicago. Wimbledon winners.
Musician Eric Burdon discusses the concert commemorating the Monterey Pop Festival's 21st anniversary.
Interviews with entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. and dancer-actor Gregory Hines on the set of "Tap", David Moscow and Jared Rushton of "Big" and former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker. Women who kill their children due to post-partum depression.
Interviews with Arsenio Hall of "Coming to America", actress Catherine Deneuve and Louis Rukeyser. Holiday recipes.
Interviews with comedian Jackie Mason, "Gumby" animator Art Clokey and Mike Tyson winner of the Tyson/Spinks bout knocking out Spinks in 91 seconds. Tony Danza on the set of "Daddy's Little Girl". Opening day of a Communist Party conference on political reform. Role of women in the media.
Interviews with business magnate Donald Trump, boxing promoter Don King, actress Robin Givens preview the Spinks/Tyson bout, tennis player Tracy Austin on Wimbledon and singer Pat Benatar. Re-enactment of the Battle of Gettysburg. The 18-year-old vote. A "cool suit" for people born without sweat glands. People at least 100 pounds overweight.moreless
From Orlando, Florida. Tour of MGM/Disney Studios in Orlando, Florida. A main island community recruits potential residents.
Interview with author Barbara Taylor Bradford. Marbles championship.
Interviews with First lady Barbara Bush, former Miami Dolphin Mercury Morris and Australian Prime Minister Robert Hawke. On the set of "Slaves of New York" with Bernadette Peters.
Interviews with TV personality Virginia Graham author of "Life After Harry" and singing duo Hall & Oates (Part 2 of 2). On the set of "Mississippi Burning" with Gene Hackman.
Interviews with actor Don Ameche, singing duo Hall & Oates (Part 1 of 2), Mary Higgins Clark author of "Weep No More, My Lady" and economic experts Robert Reich and Pete Peterson discuss the economic summit. Commercials of the past decade.
From Balitmore Harbor. Interview with Mayor Kurt Schmoke. The Orioles' difficult season. Children and teenagers with guns. Baltimore neighborhoods.
Interviews with actor Martin Sheen of "Da", cartoonist Jim Davis, Carl Icahn chairman of TWA and singers Bill Medley, Merry Clayton and Eric Carmen of the "Dirty Dancing" road troupe. Misleading ads of 1987.
Interviews with actor Dan Aykroyd and singer-songwriter Billy Joel (Part 2 of 2).
Interviews with singer-songwriter Billy Joel (Part 1 of 2), actor Tom Skerritt of "Poltergeist II", Hall-of-Fame baseball player Duke Snider and handicapped pitcher Jim Abbott.
Interviews with hockey star Wayne Gretzky and his fiancee actress Janet Jones, writer Dave Barry, concert promoters John Scheer and Brian Murphy. "Star Trek" exhibit at Universal Studios.
Interviews with singer Dionne Warwick and Barbara Walters and Hugh Downs celebrate "20/20's" 10th anniversary. Bizarre fashions. Trends in restaurants.
Interviews with singer Andy Williams and actors Bruce Weitz and Carol Kane of "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune". Debate on why men of the '80s have trouble committing to relationships. Restaurants with '50s style cuisine.
Interviews with actresses Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin of "Big Business", Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington author of "Picasso" and Jeane Kirkpatrick former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Breakfast and the restaurant industry. Movie picks. Party lines.
Interviews with Penny Marshall director of "Big", comedian Howie Mandel and Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky. The final day of the primaries. Artists and taxes. Infertility clinics. Offbeat wedding gifts.
Interviews with singer Julio Iglesias and Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky. Senior Olympics. The life of Robert F. Kennedy. Profile of noted genius Dr. Steven Hawking. Consumer report on garbage bags.
Charles Gibson reports from London. Interviews with actress Elizabeth Perkins and Susan Mulcahy author of "My Lips Are Sealed". The upcoming BBC docudrama on the trial of Kurt Waldheim. The National Spelling Bee champion.
Charles Gibson reports from Moscow. Interviews with actor Tom Hanks (Part 2 of 2), Secretary of State George Shultz, Soviet rock musician Va Bonk and author Ian Hamilton. Roundtable discussion between American and Soviet students.
Charles Gibson reports from Moscow. Interviews with actor Tom Hanks (Part 1 of 2), Soviet expert Marshall Goldman and Thomas Brown author of "Rheumatoid Arthritis". Soviet baseball. Largest department store in Moscow. Miss Moscow pageant.
Charles Gibson reports from Moscow. Interviews with actress Linda Kozlowski of "Crocodile Dundee II", Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady Gerasimov and Henry Kissinger. Americans living in the Soviet Union. Red Square. Backroads of Yalta.
Interviews with industrialist Armand Hammer and actors Sam Waterston and Robert Prosky of "A Walk in the Woods". Charles Gibson reports from Moscow. Background on Moscow. Siberian Indians. Winner of the Indianapolis 500.
Interviews with race car drivers Al Unser and Danny Sullivan. American fashion designers. Moscow summit report. Coverage of President Reagan's speech in Helsinki.
Interviews with actor Sylvester Stallone (Part 3 of 3) and Richard Crenna of "Rambo III", actress Cybill Shepherd and author Frank Ching.
Interviews with actor Sylvester Stallone (Part 2 of 3), actor Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski (Part 3 of 3) and fashion designer Valentino. Coverage of President Reagan's departure from Edwards Air Force Base for the summit talks in Moscow.
Interviews with actor Sylvester Stallone of "Rambo III" (Part 1 of 3), actor Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski (Part 2 of 3), Tom Hayden author of "Reunion" and Nelson DeMille author of "The Charm School".
Interviews with actor Paul Hogan (Part 1 of 3) and actress JoBeth Williams.
From Sweden. Interviews with musicians Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, formerly of ABBA. Swedish models.
From Sweden. Interview with singer-actress Ann-Margret. The unsolved assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme. An American family living in Sweden. Swedish foreign policy. Midwifery.
From Sweden. Interviews with actor Dolph Lundgren and King Carl Gustav XVI and Queen Sylvia. Swedish cars. Swedish glass designers. Sweden's high tax rate.
From Sweden. Interviews with actor Max Von Sydow, actresses Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann and Astrid Lindgren author of "Pippi Longstocking". A Viking ship salvaged. U.S. draft evaders living in Sweden. Swedish folk-singing and folk-dancing. Socialist government.
From Sweden. Interview with director Ingmar Bergman. Backroads of Sweden's archipelago. The people and government of Sweden.
Interviews with actor Daniel J. Travanti of "Midnight Crossings" and Princess Yasmin Khan. On the set of "Second Sight" with John Larroquette and Bronson Pinchot. Police officers discuss stress on their jobs. Preview of the Sweden trip.
Interviews with Lord Carrington and Irving Berlin. On the set of "Cocoon II" with Don Ameche, Steve Guttenberg, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. Footage of astronauts on the moon.
Interviews with actresses Virginia Madsen and Ally Sheedy. Irving Berlin's 100th birthday. On the set of "Heart of Dixie" with Treat Williams.
Interview with writer Gail Sheehy. A look at movies presently in production.
Interviews with comic actors Louie Anderson, Richard Belzer and Richard Lewis of "The Wrong Guy" and author Gail Sheehy. On the set of "The Dead Pool" with Clint Eastwood.
Interviews with Betty Ford who discusses treatments for alcoholism, comedian Joe Piscopo, actor Richard Chamberlain and actress Jaclyn Smith of "The Bourne Identity".
Interviews with actress Susan Sullivan who discusses children of alcoholics, U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner, actress Betty Buckley and Houston Astros pitcher Nolan Ryan author of "Throwing Heat". Ron Reagan on the Orient Express train.
Interviews with actor John Larroquette who discusses his battle with alcoholism. Ron Reagan on the Orient Express train.
Interviews with actress Margaux Hemingway discusses his bout with alcoholism, INS Commissioner Alan Nelson and Patrick J. Buchanan author of "Right From the Beginning". Women and alcoholism. Ron Reagan on the Orient Express train.
Interviews with actor Gregory Harrison discusses his bout with alcoholism, humorist George Plimpton and actress-director Helen Slater. Thomas M. Brown author of "Rheumatoid Arthritis" and Dr. William J. Arnold discuss arthritis. Ron Reagan on the Orient Express train.
From Dallas. Interview with cosmetics entrepreneur Mary Kay Ash (Part 2 of 2). Dallas cuisine. Ethnic tensions. Tour of Ft. Worth.
Interviews with Mary Kay Ash founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics and entrepreneur H. Ross Perot. Reports from Dallas. Women Mayors.
Interviews with actors Robert Downey Jr. and James Woods of "True Believer" and actor Raul Julia. Results of the Pennsylvania primary.
Interviews with actor Bruce Willis of "Sunset" (Part 2 of 2) , actor Treat Williams of "Dead Heat", former President Jimmy Carter, comedians Tom and Dick Smothers and George Whitmore author of "Someone Was Here".
Interviews with actor Bruce Willis of "Sunset" (Part 1 of 2), actress Tess Harper and anthropolgist Jane Goodall and son Grub. Washington D.C.'s National Gallery of Art.
Interview with Tom Clancy author of "Red Storm Rising". Women in the Navy. Families of naval personnel. The navy of the 21st century. Today's navy. The Naval Aviation School's Command Choir. Aboard the USS Iowa in New York harbor.
Interviews with actor Bruce Boxleitner, comedienne-actress Sandra Bernhard, author Nan Robertson and gymnastics coach Bela Karolyi who asses the United States' chances in the summer games.
Interviews with comedienne-actress Whoopi Goldberg and author Ed Joyce. The musical "Hair" celebrates its 20th anniversary. The estate of Andy Warhol.
Interviews with actresses Victoria Jackson and Lea Thompson of "Casual Sex" and author Marie Brenner. The stock market six months after its 508 point crash.
Interviews with actress Loretta Swit, actor Edward James Olmos and talk show host Larry King. The verdict in the trial of accused Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk.
Interviews with actress Carrie Fisher and author Monica Morris.
Interviews with actress Ann-Margret, actor Steve Guttenberg, comedian Tim Conway and animal expert Jack Hanna.
Interviews with "Hotel" cast Heidi Bohay and Michael Spound and authors Bruce Nash and Alan Zullo. Detecting and treating heartworms in pets.
Interviews with actress Rhea Perlman and the 1988 Teacher of the Year. Academy Award winners. Academy Awards party.
Interviews with actor Tim Matheson of "Just in Time", Barbara Walters and Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci. Oscar picks.
Interviews with musician Ziggy Marley, Dallas Cowboys running back Herschel Walker and artistic director Paul Mejia. Samuel Goldwyn Jr. and Chevy Chase on the Academy Awards.
Interviews with comedian George Burns (Part 2 of 2), actress Amy Irving and New York Yankees outfielder Dave Winfield. Psychic money advisors. Spring fashions.
Interviews with comedian George Burns (Part 1 of 2) and author Christy Nolan. Wisconsin primary.
Interviews with actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (Part 2 of 2), actress Bette Davis, singer-actress Bernadette Peters and news anchor David Brinkley. Jet crash compensation. Fashion show.
Interview with actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (Part 1 of 2).
Interviews with actor Michael J. Fox (Part 2 of 2), actress Sonia Braga and authors Cynthia Moss and Marie Brenner. NCAA Final Four preview. Easter flowers.
Interviews with actor Michael J. Fox (Part 1 of 2) and actor-musician Ruben Blades. European fashions.
Interviews with actress Heather Locklear and John James from "Dynasty", actor Timothy Dalton, actress Vanessa Redgrave, author Roger Roger Angell and baseball columnists Tom Boswell and Peter Gammons.
Interviews with actress Jane Seymour, author Sidney Zion and from the cast of "thirtysomething" Timothy Busfield and Patricia Wettig.
Interviews with actor Christopher Walken and authors Joel Martin and Patricia Romanowski. Consumer report on cars. Costa Rican rain forests.
Interviews with actor Barry Bostwick, 11-year-old entrepreneur Hannah Cannon and rock group Van Halen.
Interviews with actress Audrey Hepburn (Part 2 of 2), comedienne-actress Betty White and singer-musicians Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
Interviews with actress Audrey Hepburn (Part 1 of 2) and actress Mariette Hartley. Matilda Cuomo discusses child abuse. A look at car sound systems.
Interviews with actress Diahann Carroll and singers Vic Damone and Joe Cocker. The drug Retin-A. Behind-the-scenes of "thirtysomething".
Interviews with actresses Veronica Hamel, Mare Winningham and Delta Burke, authors Paul Erdman and Stanislav Levchenko. Report on the rain forests.
Interviews with actor Robert Redford (Part 3 of 3), actor Bronson Pinchot and U.S. Defense Secretary Frank Cartucci. "Couch potato" workouts.
Interviews with actor Robert Redford (Part 2 of 3), news anchor Sam Donaldson, authors Neill Williams and Christine Breen and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. Recipes from the foreign film "Babette's Feast".
Interviews with actor Robert Redford (Part 1 of 3) and race driver Richard Petty. The psychology of scary books. Illinois primary results. New York Hair Show.
Interviews with actress Jamie Lee Curtis and 11-year-old premed student Christine Banerjee and her mother Carol Harrison.
Interviews with actor Rob Lowe, hockey star Wayne Gretzky and his fiancee actress Janet Jones. Meet the Country's oldest fire marshal.
Interviews with actor Rob Lowe (Part 1 of 2) and actor Charles Bronson. Air Force widows.
Interviews with boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, U.S. Ambassador to Poland John Davis Jr., actress Jill Clayburgh and actors' sons John Clark Gable, Michael Wayne and Everett Fields.
Interviews with actress Lauren Bacall and political analyst Hal Bruno. Winners and losers of "Super Tuesday". Yo-yo diets.
Interviews with comedian Fred Willard, singer Billy Ocean, former Virginia Gov. Chuck Robb and Ann Lewis debate whether there should be a "Super Tuesday". Masters and Johnson. Premenstrual syndrome.
Interviews with actors Mandy Patinkin and Parker Stevenson and author Dick Francis. International Cat Show. The Los Angeles Marathon.
Interviews with actor Tim Reid, actresses Daphne Maxwell Reid and Rebecca De Mornay, comedian Garry Shandling, Barbara Walters, North Pole explorer Pam Flowers and author Dr. Myron Winick.
Interviews with actor Michael J. Fox and musician-actor Ruben Blades. A look at European fashions.
Interviews with actresses Veronica Hamel, Delta Burke and Mare Winningham and authors Paul Erdman and Stanislav Levchenko. Report on the rain forests.
Interviews with actresses Kelly McGillis and Alyssa Milano, actor Burt Reynolds, tennis star Martina Navratilova and former news anchor Christine Craft. Child care credit. Wristwatches.
Interviews with actors Perry King and Burt Reynolds, radio and TV announcer Shadoe Stevens and author Jim Oberg. U.S. Olympic skater Debi Thomas and her coach Alex McGowan. Report on mummies.
Interviews with actors Jack Klugman and Tony Randall, singer Deborah Harry and U.S. skater Debi Thomas. Four man bobsled competition.
Interviews with director John Waters and performer Divine of "Hairspray" and U.S. Olympic skaters Jill Trenary and Caryn Kadavy. On the set of "Sing" with Patti LaBelle.
Interviews with former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger, directors Louis Malle and John Boorman, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and The Four Tops. Olympic skating coaches.
Interviews with actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 2 of 2), chess champion Gary Kasparov, publisher Frances Lear and Birmingham Alabama Mayor Richard Arrington Jr. Michael Jackson's upcoming tour.
Interviews with actress Katharine Hepburn (Part 1 of 2), actor Richard Gere and 11-year-old medical student Kristen Banerjee. Profile of Prince Albert of Monaco. Women's speed skating. Cold remedies.
Interviews with Olympic figure skater Brian Boitano and biathlete Josh Thompson. Barbie fashions. Drag racing.
Interview with actor Haing S. Ngor. US Olympic women's ski team. Climbing frozen waterfalls.
Interview with author Arlene Ziolette. Oscar nominations. Two-man bobsled. Ski jumpers. Ice sailing. Winners and losers from the New Hampshire primaries.
Interview with actor Sidney Poitier (Part 4 of 4). Jamaican Olympic bobsled team. Exploring caves. New Hampshire primaries.
Interviews with actress Helen Hayes and actor Sidney Poitier (Part 3 of 4). Chicago Auto Show. Olympic luge. Parapente, a sport combining mountain climbing and hang gliding. Men's downhill skiing.
From Calgary. Interview with actor Sidney Poitier (Part 2 of 2). Preview of the opening for the XV Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Interviews with actress Justine Bateman, actor Sidney Poitier (Part 1 of 2) and photographer Annie Leibovitz. On the set of "High Spirits" with Peter O'Toole, Steve Guttenberg and Beverly D'Angelo. Former first ladies at a conference in Atlanta.
Interviews with actor Michael Crawford of "The Phantom of the Opera", singer Suzanne Vega, comedienne Pee-wee Herman and dietician Judith Wurtman. Saint Valentine's Day products. Covergirl of the 1988 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, Elle Macpherson.
Interviews with actor Billy Dee Williams, author Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, party chairmen Paul Kirk (D) and Frank Fahrenkopf (R). On the set of "Sherlock and Me" with Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley. Winners and losers from the Iowa caucuses.
Interviews with actresses Susan Lucci and Elizabeth McGovern, author Antonia Fraser and political satirist Mark Russell. On the set of "Red Heat" with Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Iowa caucuses.
From the Virgin Islands. Interviews with pianist Victor Borge and actress Jackee Harry. Undersea science labs. Back roads of St. Croix. Scuba fashions. A man who protects and restores sunken ships. Island politics.
From the Virgin Islands. Island entrepreneurs. Rastatarians. Quadrille dancing. Buying an island.
From the Virgin Islands. Interview with author James Michener. A 15-year-old Virgin Islander who is a member of the U.S. Olympic ski team. Back roads of St. Thomas and St. John. Treating stings from sea creatures.
From St. John, Virgin Islands. Rising Stars steel band. Island nightlife, economy, windsurfing, pirates of the Caribbean.
From St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Transplanted mainlanders. Beach fashions. Caribbean food.
Interview with actress Elizabeth McGovern. Super Bowl preview with commentary by Todd Christensen. Preview of next week's Virgin Islands shows. The upcoming trip to the Virgin Islands.
Interviews with actors Kevin Bacon and Dabney Coleman and author-socialite Roxanne Pulitzer.
Interviews with singer Chubby Checker and former FBI undercover agent Joseph Pistone. Broadway premiere of "Phantom of the Opera".
Interviews with actress Tracy Pollan of "The Promised Land" and author Jonathan Kozol. American Music Award winners. Report on Australian Bicentennial.
Interviews with actress Anjelica Huston, actor David Leisure, singer Taylor Dayne and Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) and Sam Nunn (D-GA) discuss the INF treaty. Scottish cooking.
Interviews with actresses Jodie Foster and Meg Ryan, actor Kiefer Sutherland, Margaret Thatcher, boxer Mike Tyson, rocker David Lee Roth and Paul Newman's daughter Susan. Birth control (Part 4 of 4).
Interviews with actor Vince Edwards, actress-comedienne Tracey Ullman, boxer Larry Holmes and author Robin Cook. Birth control (Part 3 of 4).
Interviews with actress Bridget Fonda, actor Jonathan Frakes, hostage Terry Waite's brother and African naturalists Mark and Delia Owen. Birth control (Part 2 of 4).
Barbara Walters conducts an interview with Margaux Hemingway. Visit with ice-skating team Torvill and Dean. Interview with actor Ron Perlman. Birth control (Part 1 of 4).
Interviews with actors Walter Matthau, Robert Urich and Tony Roberts, actress Kelly Bishop, Chef Wolfgang Puck, Urban Coalition president John Jacobs and nutritionist Robert Pritikin.
Interviews with actor Chuck Norris and his brother Aaron, actress Donna Dixon of "The Couch Trip" and New York Giants linebacker Harry Carson discusses the NFL playoffs. A town's pastime of curling. A Lou Gehrig's disease victim seeks the right to die.
Interviews with actors Walter Matthau and Robert Urich and Connie Roberts and Kelly Bishop of "The Thorns". Black America. Airline complaints.
Interviews with Sen. Joseph R. Biden (D-Del), singer-actress Liza Minnelli and rock group The VP's. Baseball's new hall of famers. Surreal Chic fashions.
Interviews with actress Donna Dixon and her husband actor Dan Akyroyd, authors Bruce Nash and Alan Zullo and jockey Julie Krone. "Kinder-gyms".
Interviews with actor Dan Aykroyd of "Couch Trip", actress Lindsay Wagner and the U.S. Ice Skating Championship winners.
Interviews with actress Glenda Jackson and Rep. Patricia Schroeder (D-Col). Republican Presidential debate. NFL playoff update. U.S. Figure Skating Championships preview. Language debate in Florida.
Interviews with actor Richard Chamberlain and actress Jaclyn Smith. National Boat Show at the Javits Center. Gay custody.
Interviews with actor Patrick Swayze, Gary Hart and former California Gov. Jerry Brown. Malpractice against stockbrokers. The Soviet Space Program.
Interviews with singer Aretha Franklin, actress Allyce Beasley and science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. Debate over the labeling of alcohol containers.
Interviews with actress Elaine Stritch, Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn and photographer-author William Wegman. Report on "scene-stealers".
Interviews with singers Sharon and Jan Batts and March of Dimes ambassador 6-year-old Ashley Hovey. The year in movie personalities. TV judges (Part 2 of 2). Stock investment prospects for 1988.
Interviews with University of Miami football coach Jimmy Johnson, actor Griffin Dunne, singer-actress Ellen Greene, Dick Clark and Julia Child. The year in music. TV judges (Part 1 of 2). Winter vacation spots.
Interviews with actor Bronson Pinchot, actress Christine Lahti, former Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr and I.R.S. Commissioner Lawrence Gibb. The year in medicine.
Interviews with Judith Wurtman author of "Managing Your Mind and Mood Through Food" and author Ravi Batra. The year in law. Consumer reports. Cochlear implants.
Interviews with Sonny Bono and daughter Chastity. Howdy Doody's 40th anniversary. Top 10 beauties. The year in Sports.
Interviews with actor Hal Holbrook and Jack Hanna of the Columbus Ohio Zoo. Behind-the-scenes at the Walt Disney World Christmas Parade. Nuns in David, Ky. who play Santa Claus.
Interviews with Gov. Mario Cuomo, actors Dennis Quaid and Richard Dean Anderson and actress Valerie Harper.
Interviews with actor Ken Olin and Homes & Gardens editor David Jordan. Miracle babies of '87. U.S. Olympic ski team. Philadelphia rancher who teaches handicapped children how to ride horses.
Interviews with actresses Anne Ramsey and Megan Gallagher, author and card designer Sandra Boynton and llama breeder Cathy Chrisman. In-vitro fertilization.
Interviews with Pat Ryan managing editor of LIFE magazine, comedian Jackie Mason and Mr. & Mrs. "Santa Claus" of Lubbock, Texas. Members of the U.S. Olympic waterpolo team. Holiday pet tips.
Interviews with actor Derek Jacobi of "Breaking the Code", singer Stevie Nicks, author Leo Buscaglia and ornithologist Susan Drennan. Americana (Part 5 of 5). Fitness gear.
Interviews with F.B.I. Director William Sessions and actor Lou Diamond Phillips. Americana (Part 4 of 5). 15th anniversary of last Apollo moonwalk. A fantasy catalogue. A look at the nursing shortage.
Interviews with actor Edward Woodward, actress Goldie Hawn of "Overboard", Olympic skier Tamara McKinney, journalist Dan Gifford and authors Jacqueline Forrest and Jeannie Rosoff. Americana (Part 3 of 5). Cookbooks as Christmas gifts.
Interviews with actor Kurt Russell of "Overboard", actor Sam Waterston of "September" and author Gail Sheehy. Americana in Charlotte, N.C. (Part 2 of 5). Christmas Books. Fitness gear. A man who plans to walk to the North Pole.
Interviews with Rev. Billy Graham, actress Katherine Helmond and author Todd Gitlin. U.S. Olympic hockey team. Americana in Wilkes-Barre Pa. (Part 1 of 5). Controversy surrounding the America's Cup. Christmas gift ideas.
Interviews with Vice President George Bush, Presidential candidate Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn), actor Steve Martin of "Planes, Trains and Automobiles", Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal of "Throw Momma From the Train" former Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr and singer Sting (Part 2 of 2). Ovarian cancer. Holiday Cooking.
Interviews with Secretary of State George Shultz and singer Sting (Part 1 of 2).
Interviews with actor Martin Sheen, actors Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal of "Throw Momma From the Train", Arms negotiator Max Kampelman and journalist Bill Moyers.
Interviews with comedian-actor Billy Crystal of "Throw Momma From the Train" and ABC news correspondent Barbara Walters. Holiday cooking.
Interviews with actor Danny DeVito, actress Jessica Lange, Henry Kissinger, Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci and Nicholas Daniloff.
Interviews with actor Ed Harris of "Walker", former congressional secretary Elizabeth Ray and baseball player Nolan Ryan. Filming the TV movie "Bonanza". Americans training for the Winter Olympics in Calgary. Summit preview
Interviews with actress Carol Burnett and TV host Ed McMahon. 20th anniversary of the first heart transplant. Preparations for the summit talks. Whatever happened to ... Dave Wottle (1982 Olympic long distance runner).
Interviews with actor Nick Nolte and Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy. Whatever happened to ... Melvin Dummar (who claimed to be an heir to the Howard Hughes estate.) Summit diplomacy from a child's point of view.
Interviews with actress Marlee Matlin of "Walker", actor Leonard Nimoy, humorist Mark Russell and author Will Steger. The Parents Choice Awards. Whatever happened to .... the World's first test tube baby Louise Brown. Ballroom dancing.
Interviews with actress Linda Evans, actor John Forsythe, author Vincent Bugliosi and former hostage Lt. Robert Goodman. Groups protesting the upcoming summit talks.
Interviews with actress Ali MacGraw and talk show host David Frost. Medical ethics. Celebrities and their pets (Part 5 of 5). "Three Men and a Baby" (Part 5 of 5).
Interviews with actors Tom Selleck and John Moschitta and actor Ted Danson (Part 1 of 2). Personal ethics. Celebrities and their pets (Part 4 of 5). "Three Men and a Baby" (Part 4 of 5).
Interviews with Mayor Ed Koch, actor Robert Wagner, author Roy Blount Jr., actor Ted Danson (Part 1 of 2) and business magnate T. Boone Pickens. Business ethics. Celebrities and their pets (Part 3 of 5). "Three Men and a Baby" (Part 3 of 5).
Interviews with actor Steve Guttenberg, actress Betty White, retired White House Chef Henry Haller, tennis pro John McEnroe and "Rolling Stone" magazine editor Jann Wenner. Media ethics. Celebrities and their pets (Part 2 of 5). "Three Men and a Baby" (Part 2 of 5).
Interview with undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau. Political ethics. Celebrities and their pets (Part 1 of 5). "Three Men and a Baby" (Part 1 of 5).
Interviews with actor Griffin Dunne and singer-actress Ellen Greene. Ron Reagan's Russia (Part 5 of 5). Consumer report (Part 5 of 5).
Interviews with actress Jamie Gertz and author Michael Talbot. Ron Reagan's Russia (Part 4 of 5). Consumer report (Part 4 of 5).
Interviews with Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ), journalist-author George Will and former anchorwoman Jacki King. Ron Reagan's Russia (Part 3 of 5). Consumer report (Part 3 of 5).
Interviews with former President Jimmy Carter, actor Peter Coyote and actress Jennifer Jason Leigh. Ron Reagan's Russia (Part 2 of 5). Consumer report (Part 2 of 5).
Interviews with actor Yves Montand, actress Shelley Long and Sam Hall. Ron Reagan's Russia (Part 1 of 5). Consumer report (Part 1 of 5).
Interviews with actors Alan Alda and Hal Linden, actress Veronica Hamel, singer Sting, author T. Berry Brazelton, golfer Nancy Lopez-Knight and gardening expert Ralph Snodsmith. American Indians (Part 5 of 5).
Interviews with actor Timothy Dalton and actress Candice Bergen. American Indians (Part 4 of 5).
Interviews with actors Sylvester Stallone and Richard Crenna of "Rambo III", actress Myrna Loy (Part 2 of 2), Chef Jacques Pepin and author Bonnie Miller Rubin. Veteran's Day ceremonies at Vietnam Memorial. American Indians (Part 3 of 5).
Interviews with actress Myrna Loy (Part 1 of 2), actor Burt Reynolds and Sen. Robert Dole (R-Kansas). David Hartman discusses the American Indian.
David Hartman discusses the American Indian. On the set of "Presidio" with Sean Connery and Mark Harmon. Interviews with actor Robert Downey Jr. of "Less Than Zero" and Nathan Pritikin Jr.
Interviews with Sylvester Stallone on the set of "Rambo III", U.S. Attorney Rudolph Guiliani and actor Yves Montand. Kim Alexis discusses men's wardrobe. Charles Gibson reports from the U.S. Municipal Court building in New York. Crime Victims' rights. Neighborhood watch groups.
Interviews with actor Patrick Swayze of "Dirty Dancing" and his wife, actress Kelly McGillis and futurist Marvin Citron. Kim Alexis discusses men's wardrobe. Charles Gibson reports from Roselindale, Mass. A couple in their 30's discusses the status of the American Dream.
Interviews with TV personality Larry King and actress Maureen Stapleton. Kim Alexis discusses men's wardrobe. Report on healthcare quality.
Interviews with director Alan Rudolph of "Made in Heaven", author Calvin Trillin, Rep. James Florio (D-N.J.) and Dr. Ruth Westheimer. and model Kim Alexis discusses men's wardrobe. Charles Gibson reports from Norfolk, Va.
Interviews with actor Timothy Hutton of "Made in Heaven", political humorist Mark Russell and model Kim Alexis discusses men's wardrobe. Charles Gibson reports from Concord, N.H. Quality of the media and presidential candidates.
Interviews with actress Judith Ivey, author Michael Talbot and long distance runner Grete Waitz. The mystery surrounding the legendary Sasquatch. Report on strange occurrences (Part 5 of 5).
Interviews with actor John Matuszak and fashion designer Christian Lacroix. A Chicago statue witnessed to have shed tears. Report on strange occurrences (Part 4 of 5).
Interviews with actor Sam Elliott, actress Danielle Brisebois, humorist Art Buchwald and author Gregory McDonald. Report on strange occurrences (Part 3 of 5).
Interviews with actress-comedienne Whoopi Goldberg and Fleetwood Mac. Unexplained phenomena. New American cars for 1988.
Interviews with Prince Phillip of England, actor Wayne Rogers, New York Yankee manager Billy Martin and General manager Lou Pinella. People who have had near-death experiences. National Geographic Society.
From Boston. Interviews with Rep. Joseph Kennedy (D-Mass), former Sen. Paul Tsongas and actor Woody Harrelson. Neighborhoods of Boston. Filene's and the Boston Legal community.
Interviews with Gov. Michael Dukakis (D-Mass) and his wife, singer Suzanne Vega and "Spenser: For Hire" cast members. Reports from Boston. Boston cuisine.
Interviews with actor Charlie Sheen, author Tom Peters and designer Patrick Kelly.
Interviews with legendary actress Bette Davis, actress Jodie Foster (Part 2 of 2), Julie Nixon Eisenhower, actress Alyson Reed and The Bee Gees.
Interviews with actress Jodie Foster (Part 1 of 2) and oceanographer Dr. Robert Ballard. High tech baseball.
Interviews with actress Sarah Miles, actors Matt Dillon and Andrew McCarthy of "Kansas" and animal handler Jack Hanna with twin gorillas. The rise and fall of Jimmy Hoffa. Russian fashions.
Interviews with director John Boorman, etiquette expert Letitia Baldridge and The Bee Gees.
Interviews with author Shere Hite, musician Keith Richards and director Taylor Hackford discuss the new movie on Chuck Berry.
Interviews with Vice President George Bush, fimmakers Charles Shyer and Nancy Meyers of "Baby Boom", actor Steve Guttenberg and author Grahem Base. A look at teenage suicide.
Interviews with actor Richard Dreyfuss, Cowboy singer actors Gene Autry and Roy Rogers and singer-actress Dale Evans, Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, U.S. Attorney Rudolph Giuliani and New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
Interviews with Mikhail Baryshnikov, actress Sally Field, author Joan Didion and humorist Garrison Keillor. Men's fashions.
Interviews with Mikhail Baryshnikov and writer-actor Harold Ramis of "Baby Boom". Growth hormones. Baseball playoff report.
Interviews with actor Paul Winfield and journalist Robert MacNeil. 25th Anniversary of the war on poverty.
Interviews with actress Diane Keaton, singer Mary Wilson and New York Giants nose tackle Jim Burt. Baseball playoff preview. Debate on TV evangelists.
Interviews with actress Diane Keaton, actor Cary Elwes and actress Robin Wright of "The Princess Bride", film critic Leonard Maltin and former Baltimore Colt Art Donovan. Salute to Bruce Springsteen.
Interviews with actress Jane Curtin, actors Dudley Moore and Kirk Cameron, golfers Chi Chi Rodriquez and Arnold Palmer and author Tama Janowitz. The 30th anniversary reunion of "Leave It to Beaver".
Interviews with actor Michael Douglas of "Fatal Attraction", actor Kirk Cameron of "Like Father, Like Son" and distance runner Joan Benoit.
Interviews with actors Mandy Patinkin, Dudley Moore, Peter Strauss and Charlton Heston, Andre the Giant and author Betty Mahmoody.
Interviews with former Speaker Tip O'Neill, actress Mamie Van Doren, actors Tom Selleck and Robert Downey Jr., Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and Judson Hale author "The Education of a Yankee". Spouses of suicides.
Interviews with actress Mamie Van Doren author of "Playing the Field", actors Tom Selleck and Marcello Mastroianni, author Joe Bob Briggs and Jessica Hahn.
Interviews with actress Jane Fonda (Part 2 of 2), Country star Dolly Parton, Germaine Greer author of "The Mad Woman's Underclothes" and author Douglas Frantz. The future of the American auto industry.
Interviews with actress Jane Fonda (Part 1 of 2), actors James Woods and Rob Reiner and TV producer Norman Lear.
Interviews with actor Dabney Coleman, author Shirley Conran and Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres.
Interviews with actor John Stamos of "Full House" and actor Billy Crystal and actress Carol Kane of "The Princess Bride". Three generations of a family that have worked on an automobile assembly line. Roundtable discussion on AIDS.
Interviews with comedienne Joy Behar, track star Jackie Joyner-Kersee, humorist Erma Bombeck and the Dalai Lama. The EMMYS.
Interviews with actresses Isabella Rossellini, Shirley MacLaine and Valerie Harper, Rev. Andrew Greeley and author Susie Nelson.
From Philadelphia. Interviews with actor Wayne Rogers, humorist Mark Russell, Julius Erving, artist Peter Max and former Chief Justice Warren Burger. Citizenship ceremony aboard the USS Constitution in Boston.
Interviews with actress Shirley MacLaine, actors Judd Hirsch and River Phoenix, director Sidney Lumet of "Running On Empty" and Rev. Andrew Greeley.
Interviews with author Norman Mailer, biographer Charles Higham and Barbara Walters.
Interviews with Henry Kissinger and actress Beverly D'Angelo. Behind the scenes of the movie "Full Moon, Blue Water" with Gene Hackman, Teri Garr and Pete Masterson.
Interviews with actress Faye Dunaway, actor Dennis Weaver, "Entertainment Tonight" hostess Mary Hart and trance channeler Kevin Ryerson.
Interviews with actor Danny Glover and Swedish Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson. Roundtable discussion on the state of religion in America. Fall fashions.
Interviews with comedian-actor Dom DeLuise, comedian Mike Pritchard, author Mark McCormick and Linda Evans look-alike Mary Margaret Goodwin. Roman Catholics in America.
Interviews with New York Giants Phil Simms and Phil McConkey, Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole, cartoonist Berke Breathed, author Peter Prichard and a performance from rock group The V.P.'s.
Interviews with actor John Ratzenberg of "Cheers" and the Rev. Jesse Jackson. Preview of the new Fall shows. Peabody Hotel ducks.
Interview with Robin Winks author of "Cloak & Gown".
Interviews with actress Catherine Oxenberg, Jack Hanna from the Columbus Ohio Zoo and musical group The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
Interviews with author James Michener and singer Richard Marx. Back-to-school products.
Interviews with actor Wilford Brimley, fashion designer Oleg Cassini and Rabbi Gilbert Klapperman. A space telescope.
Interviews with actress Mary Steenburgen, Jay Russell, singer Faedah Garrett and food critic Mimi Sheraton.