User Score: 24839
TODAY AT 7AM
Season 2015 : Episode 20150401
AIRS ON 4/2/2015
Season 2015 : Episode 20150402
Guest is Congressman James Santini of Nevada and "American Ingenuity" (Part 5).
Interview with actress Suzanne Somers. "American Ingenuity" - artificial arm (Part 4).
Guest is Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and "American Ingenuity" (Part 3).
Guests are actors from the film "Fame" and "American Ingenuity" (Part 2).
Guest is actor Gregory Harrison and a week-long series on "American Ingenuity" (Part 1).
Search for the Titanic, The Actors' Strike and a report on skin cancer.
21st century population projections, teaching a hawk to hang-glide and equal time on television.
Guests are singer David Bowie, Bill Gulley former director of White House military office, Ruth Hinerfield of the League of Women Voters and Sports program in schools.
Guests are author Clifford Irving, report on the Screen Actors Guild Strike, a report on heart surgery and the Greenland Icecap Expedition.
Guests are author Stephen King, 15-year-old tennis star Andrea Jaeger and "Criminals and Victims".
Guests are British journalist Jeff Archer, actress Margot Kidder and Ed Meese, chief strategist of the Reagan campaign.
Guests are actor Bruce Dern, Elinor Anderson and Jimmy Breslin surveys the bar scene in New York during the Convention.
Guests are actress Liv Ullman, comedian-actor Robert Klein, Father's Almanac, Convention reports and "Women at the Convention".
Guests are actress Margot Kidder, Muriel Humphrey, opinions from New York Cabbies and a report on the Democratic Convention.
Guests are Vice President Walter Mondale and John White, Democratic National Chairman.
Interview with actor Vincent Van Patten. A visit to a clown college.
Guest is actor Henry Fonda (Part 4) and a report on Downs Syndrome.
Guest is Senator Charles Percy, Boston Pain Clinic, "Auto Theft" and actor Henry Fonda (Part 3).
Guests are actor Henry Fonda (Part 2), report on the Kennedy campaign and excerpts from Barbara Walters' interview with Richard Pryor.
Guests are actor Henry Fonda (Part 1), actor Robert Stack and his wife Rosemarie and Sarah Weddington, special adviser to President Carter.
Guests are actress Angie Dickinson, comedian Dom DeLuise and dog trainer Paul Loebe.
Guests are singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, time management expert Dru Scott and television and the election process.
Guests are Miss Universe Shawn Weatherly, Mary Ann Campbell, money management expert, UFO expert and an Olympics report.
Guests are actress Farrah Fawcett, Mayor Ed Koch, violinist Isaac Stern, expelled Iran reporter Chris Powell, census update and "The Drought and Farmers".
Guests are Richard Queen, freed American hostage, photographer Alfred Eisenstadt and Miss Universe Shawn Weatherly.
An action troupe for mentally challenged adults and "The Law and You" (Part 5).
Guests are Country singer Willie Nelson, Soviet defectors Valery and Galina Panov, buying and selling homes and "The Law and You" (Part 4).
Guest is actor Jason Robards, Russian boy who defected, athletes and steroids and "The Law and You" (Part 3).
Guests are actors Kirk Douglas and his son Peter Douglas, Charles Schultze chief economic advisor, exercise for senior citizens and "The Law and You" (Part 2).
Cloud seeding: "The Law and You" (Part I) and draft registration.
Guests are Country singer Willie Nelson, First Lady Nancy Reagan and Republican Party's Vice Presidential nominee.
Guests are Henry Kissinger and actor Lee Marvin.
"Save the Spruce Goose", Howard Hughes' plane, wives of Iranian hostages Dorothea Morfield and Penny Laingen.
Guests are former First Lady Betty Ford, House Minority leader John Rhodes and Rep. Guy Vander Jagt.
Guests are Country singer Glen Campbell, Republican National Chairman Bill Brock and Detroit Mayor Coleman Young.
Guests are actor Robert Hayes, Fred Rogers host of Mister Rogers Neighborhood and a profile of Detroit.
Guests are Patricia Regan, tennis pro Evonne Goolagong and "Training Hawks".
Guests are author Hugh R. Downs, Ed Costikyan and Transatlantic sailors.
Guests are former Ambassador to Britain Anne Armstrong, David Lander, family of journalist who documented his own death by cancer and Tax cut proposals.
Guests are political columnist Richard Reeves, actress Catherine Bach and a profile of baseball veteran Willie McCovey.
Guest is tennis pro Arthur Ashe and "Americana" (Part 5).
Reports on new airplane-to-ground telephone system, log rollers and fireworks technicians.
Guests are O.J. Simpson with top high school athletes, Osama El-Baz Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, balloonists in Central Park and tap dancers.
Guest is actor Lloyd Bridges, a report on nuclear power, discussion on the draft registration and "Americana" (Part 2).
Guest is actress Susan Saint James "Americana" (Part I) and a visit to a Wild West ghost town.
Guest is Don "Father Guido Sarducci" Novello and the 100th anniversary of Helen Keller's birth.
Mt. St. Helen update and "Forensic Medicine".
Live coverage of President Carter's arrival in Spain and actor James Cagney (Part 4).
Guests are actor James Cagney (Part 3), Transatlantic boat race and "Yugoslavia After Tito".
Guests are comedian-actor Harvey Korman, actor James Cagney (Part 2) and President Carter's trip to Europe.
Guest is actor James Cagney (Part 1).
Guests are actor Robert Wagner, actress Stefanie Powers, report on the Love Canal and a visit to Nantucket Island.
Guest is Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci and growing influx of heroin into the U.S.
Guests are TV personality Barbara Walters and Pro golfer Cathy Linney discusses her mastecomies.
Guests are Soviet double agent Vladimir Shakharov and Dexter Cate, the man who was imprisoned in Japan for freeing hundreds of dolphins scheduled to be slaughtered.
Guests are actress Sondra Locke, Lynn Swann of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Watergate update and "Father's Day" (Part 5).
Former hostages and "Father's Day" (Part 4).
Guests are singer-actress Della Reese, author Diana Sclar, Florida's alligator problem and "Father's Day" (Part 3).
Guests are Prime Minister Menachem Begin, "Fathers" (Part 2) with Mike Farrell and "How to Avoid Being Attacked".
Guest is author Marcia Millman, "Fathers" and solo transatlantic boat race.
Guest is actress June Havoc, "Traveling with Pets" and "Secret New Developments in Cars".
Guests are actor James Coco, E. Howard Hunt and "Traveling Tips".
Guests are Ronald Reagan, White House Press Secretary Jody Powell, actress Jodie Foster, Primary reports and traveling with infants.
Guests are singer Dena Kaye, gymnast Kurt Thomas and Maryland's shock trauma unit.
Guests are TV host Ed McMahon, consumer affairs Esther Peterson and a Love Canal update.
Guests are actress Shelley Winters, actor Jack Larsen and a Salute to Boston.
Guests are Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Paloma Picasso, Ted Turner, actress Jodie Foster and "Debit Cards".
Guests are singer Tom Jones, sociologist Tony Campolo, marathon runner Gayle Barron and "Should the Oil Industry Underwrite the Depressed Auto Industry?"
Guests are actress Cathy Lee Crosby, Chef Julia Child, Dr. Alvin Levinson and "Should Social Security Participation Be Voluntary?"
Guests are actress Valerie Harper, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Dr. Tim Johnson reports on sexual impotence, Republican National Chairman Bill Brock and Democratic National Chairman John White and "Parental Involvement in Children's Baseball".
Interview with race driver Janet Guthrie.
Guests are basketball star Magic Johnson and actor Jack Larsen.
Guests are politician Eugene McCarthy, actors Stacy Keach and James Keach, Dr. Tom Cottle, Great Comebacks with Stella Huang (Part 2) and "Preparing for a Tax Audit".
Guest is Secretary of Commerce Philip Klutznik, "New Inventions" and "Great Comebacks".
Interviews with actors Stacy Keach and James Keach. The newest military hardware.
Guest is singer-actor John Davidson, Best and Worst Careers of the 1980's and "Underwater Habitat" (Part II).
Guests are balloonists Maxie and Chris Anderson, singer-actor Harry Crosby, singer Dena Kaye and "Underwater Habitat" (Part I).
Guests are actresses Dorothy Lamour and Pam Dawber, balloonist Maxie Anderson, Chef Julia Child and Concentration camp survivor Samuel Pisar.
Guest is actress Carrie Fisher, four women graduates of military school and "Income Tax Rates and Inflation".
Host David Hartman
Guests are actor Peter Strauss, Ethel Kennedy and a report on the controversial documentary "Death of a Princess".
Guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, Dr. Henry Heimlich and "Best Buys for May".
Guests are comedian-actor Bob Newhart, Alex Karageorgevich pretender to the throne of Yugoslavia and "Miami Beach Redevelopment" (Part II).
Guests are John Erlichman, Barbara Rosen, wife of an Iranian hostage, "Mother's Day" Part I and "Miami Beach Redevelopment" (Part I).
Guest is actress Ann-Margret and a report on the Kentucky Derby.
Guests are comedian Alan King, model Sunny Griffith, Jack Bennett of Exxon discusses oil company profits and "Growing Plants Without Soil".
Guests are actress Polly Holliday, football player Billy Sims and "Oil Company Profits".
Guests are actors John Houseman and Herve Villechaize, "Should Head Shops Be Banned?" and Yuba City's Health Centers.
Guest is singer Dena Kaye and "25-year Pen Pals Meet".
Guest is entertainer Wayne Newton and "New Advances in Neuro-surgery".
Guests are actress Betty Buckley, balloonist Maxi Anderson, former diplomatic hostage Michael Hoyt and investigative reporter Dale Scott.
Guests are singer-actor Pat Boone, Boston Marathon wrap-up with Jim Fixx and Pennsylvania steel workers.
Guests are actresses Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton of "Nine to Five", singer Aretha Franklin and 10th Anniversary of Earth Day.
Guests are Princess Ashraf Pahlavi sister of the Shah and actor Roger Moore.
Guests are author Charles Haigham, G. Gordon Liddy and "Demolishing Buildings".
Guests are Boston Pops conductor John Williams, marathon gold medalist Frank Shorter and a report on struggling actors.
Guests are Joseph and Julia Quinlan, interviews with Oscar winners, a visit to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and "Decoration Your Home" (Part 2).
Guests are actress Debralee Scott, consumer advocate Ralph Nader, U.S. Olympic Committee president Robert Kane and "Decorating Your Home" (Part I).
Guests are singer-actress Bette Midler, author Jim Fixx, profile of an 85-year-old baseball player and "Cancer (Part V).
Guests are actor John Ritter and his wife Nancy Ritter, Mrs. Jihan Sadat and "Cancer" (Part IV).
Guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, author Jim Fixx, Dr. Vincent Devita director of the National Cancer Institute, "Cancer" (Part III) and new techniques in chemotherapy.
Guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., handwriting analyst Father Norman Werling, Part 2 of a report on Cancer and new drug Interferon.
First of five reports on cancer, the eruption of volcano in Washington state and "Celebrity Look-Alikes".
Guests are actress Marsha Mason, actor Judd Hirsch and Congressman Jack Kemp.
Guests are Norma Rae, profile of Crystal Lee Sutton, homecrafts for Easter and "Hotline for Children".
Guests are actress Sally Field, Congressman Al Gore Jr. and a report on the Wisconsin primary.
football player Roger Staubach, author Paul Strassels, TV personality Barbara Walters previews her Special and "Planning a Personal Budget".
Guest is Governor Jerry Brown and a report on a missing ship.
Guest is actress Candice Bergen and the Ringling Brothers Circus.
Guests are comedian-actor Martin Mull, Vincent Barabas director of the Census Bureau and "Inflation and its Effect on the Family".
Guests are actress Barbara Barrie, bootmaker Charlie Dunn, correspondent Jim Laurie, a report from Pittsburgh Pirates training camp with Willie Stargell and a report on New York and Connecticut primaries.
Guest is actor Ernest Borgnine, New Yorkers' reaction to their primary and a debate on nuclear plants.
Guests are actor James Coburn, Vice President Walter Mondale and "Search for Bigfoot".
Guests are comedian-actor Bill Cosby, Joan Kennedy, Canadian Ambassador to Iran Ken Taylor and "Bobsledding".
Guests are Country singer John Denver, Bob Beattie, political scientist James David Barber and children discuss current events.
Guests are actor Peter Sellers, Rep. John Anderson, Jeanette Alvarado, Easter Seal child and a report on the Illinois primary.
Guests are tennis pros Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova and Tracy Austin, violinist Dylana Jenson and skiing for the blind.
Guests are Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Alfred Kahn, Dr. Carl Djerassi and Sarah Stimpson.
Guest is kidnap victim Steve Stayner, "Financing a College Education" and "TV Captioning for the Deaf".
Guests are actress Linda Kelsey of "The Lou Grant Show", Roslyn Carter, Oscar DeLaurentis and William Colby, former director of the CIA.
Guests are actor Fred Grandy, model Sunnie Griffin, Arik Sharom, Israeli Minister of Agriculture and "Employment Agency for Retired People".
Guests are actor Ricardo Montalban, Governor John Connally, Elizabeth Bing author of "Having a Baby After 30" and Florida senior citizens discuss the primary.
Host David Hartman with a report on art as a therapy for children.
Guests are actress Sissy Spacek, "The Wright Brothers", dog sledding and tax advice.
Guests are actor Richard Benjamin, actress Paula Prentiss, gymnast Kurt Thomas, John Aherne, chairman of Nuclear Regulatory Commission, "The Book of Lists" and preparing for retirement.
Guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, actor Patrick Wayne and Michael Wayne, Hijacker D.B. Cooper and the Massachusetts primary results.
Guests are dancer-actor Joel Grey, Esther Peterson White House Consumer Advisor, Dr. Charles Figley expert on stress, "Great Newspaper Photographs" and a report on the Massachusetts Primary.
Guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, stage actress Betty Buckley and Governor Jay Rockefeller discusses "The Future of Coal as an Energy Source".
Guest is actress Jodie Foster, "Mainstreaming the Handicapped" (Part II) and "Fantasies Fulfilled" (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are blind singer Tom Sullivan on "Mainstreaming the Handicapped" (Part I), a young fan plays basketbal with Dr. J, racquetball player Jane Tubbs and "Fantasies Fulfilled" (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are Soap Opera fan gets a chance to appear on "The Edge of Night", Report on the New Hampshire Primary, "Hostage De-Programing", 1980 Bake-Off Contest winners and their cakes and "Fantasies Fulfilled" (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are Opera star Anna Moffo, singer Tony Bennett and his sons, actor Robert Guillaume and "Fantasies Fulfilled" (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are photographer Francesco Scavullo, conservative publisher William Loeb, an interview with Eric and Beth Heiden, Winners of the Empire Cat Show and "Fantasies Fulfilled" (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are L.A. Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, profiles of US figure skaters Charles Tickner and Linda Fratianne and wood-burning stove safety.
Guest is model-actress Maude Adams, reaction from New Hampshire citizens to Republican debates, "Unsung Heroes of the Olympics", profile of U.S. bobsled team, antique cooking utensils and a discussion on wife-beating.
Guests are actress Janet Leigh and her daughter Jamie Lee Curtis, profile of Olympic skiers Phil and Steve Mahre, ski jumpers Jim Denney and Nat Twillinger a visit to a Picasso exhibition in Minneapolis.
Guests are Nancy Reagan, Terry Wiles, choreographer Nellie Yost and a profile of the U.S. Hockey Team.
Guests are actor Henry Winkler, Chef Julia Child, profiles of Cindy Nelson, Randy Gardner, Tai Babilonia and Olympic report.
Guests are John DeLorean and his wife Cristina Ferrara, electric blanket safety, a look at the luge and nightlife at Lake Placid.
Guests are actress Bo Derek, author Laurel Lee, Mean Joe Greene and his wife Agnes, a profile of Ken Read, Canadian downhill skier and Olympic security.
Guests are actress Ali MacGraw, Dr. Lee Salk, Ben and Minnie Rabinovitz married for 71 years and unsung heroes of the Olympics.
Guests are blind singer Tom Sullivan, tenor Luciano Pavarotti, 1932 speed skating champion Jack Shea and Olympic press coverage.
Guests are Country singer Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, novelist Barbara Cartland, State Dept. spokesman Hodding Carter, Winter Olympics and "Romantic Couples".
Interview with actor Henry Fonda (Conclusion), a visit to the cardiac fitness center in New York and the Underground Railway revisited.
Guests are actor John Ritter, interview with actor Henry Fonda (Part IV) and coping after a heart attack.
Guests are zoologist Marlin Perkins, Rich Walden and Lou Werner, founders of the Cambodian Relief Fund, surgical treatments for heart disease and interview with actor Henry Fonda (Part III).
Guests are Shirley Hufstedler, new Secretary of Education, Leonard Slatkin, conductor of the St. Louis Symphony and interview with actor Henry Fonda (Part II).
Guests are actress Natalie Wood, interview with actor Henry Fonda (Part I), "Heart Disease" and consumer buying guide.
Guests are actress Anne Bancroft, tennis star Bjorn Borg and his fiance Marianna Simionescu, Esther Peterson, Consumer Affairs Adviser and Prime Time Magazine.
Guests are Dr. Lee Salk, Jack Tatum of the Oakland Raiders, Linda Lamme professor of children's literature and "Pursuing the Great White Shark".
Guest is General David Jones, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Guest is Elizabeth Bing authority on childbirth, Congressional reaction to President Carter's budget and Galapagos tortoises.
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, Olympic athletes' reaction to boycott and "Caesarian births".
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds, William Manchester author of "American Caesar", William Carter Spann, the President's nephew and the discovery of Cleopatra's palace.
Guests are actress June Allyson, Senator Howard Baker, reaction to State of the Union Address and "Should the U.S. Government Control Oil Imports?"
Guests are actress Sally Field, William Carter Spann and Herman Dieckamp president of General Public Utilities.
Guests are Republican presidential candidate George Bush, football coach Bear Bryant, Olympic skater Dorothy Hamill and Sister Carolyn Farrell, mayor of Dubuque.
Guests are Steelers' quarterback Terry Bradshaw, Mark Lane attorney for the People's Temple in Jonestown and James Gannor, executive editor of the Des Moines Register.
Guests are actor Edward Fox, producer-columnist Howard Smith, Laurie Switanowski, Dr. Barbara Edelstein and "Dieting for Teenagers".
Guests are actors Robby Benson and Robert Walden and "Woman Athlete of the Year".
Guests are John Underworld, Jack Pardee, magician Harry Blackstone, a report on women smokers and cancer and "Is Football Killing Itself?"
Guests are actor James Caan, Joan Gans Cooney of Children's TV workshop and "White House Conference on Small Business".
Guests are actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Martin producer for The Beatles and Father Theodore Hesburgh, president of Notre Dame.
Guests are actor David Soul, actress Persis Khambatta, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and a report on breast cancer.
Guests are actress Lauren Bacall, actor Albert Finney, actress Victoria Fydorova and Presidential pollster Pat Cadell.
Guests are actress Persis Khambatta, columnist Bob Green and Ruby Cardarelli, involved in Tennessee adoption scandal.
Guests are Nobel laureate Milton Friedman, Dee Presley, stepmother of Elvis and "Should the U.S. Withdraw from the Moscow Olympics?"
Guests are actress Marlo Thomas, Dr. Arthur Jensen, Jaycees Outstanding Young Men of 1980 and "Should the U.S. Make Concessions in Iran?"
Guests are Opera star Renata Scotto, March of Dimes Poster Child Betsy Burgh, Moon Andrieu, Secretary of H.U.D., urbanologist George Sternlib and "Are the Cities Dying?"
Guests are actor Ron Glass of Barney Miller, Esther Peterson, White House Consumer Affairs Adviser, The Grateful Dead and "A Look at Life Ten Years From Now" (Part IV).
Guest is actor Buddy Ebsen and "A Look at Life Ten Years From Now" (Part III).
Guests are actress June Allyson, dancer Gregory Hines, Sugar Bowl coaches Bear Bryant and Lou Holtz and "A Look at Life Ten Years From Now" (Part II).
Guests are author Tom Wolfe, Alfred Kahn, Daryl Dawkins, 11 year-old Sam Brown, who was a guest of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and "A Look at Life Ten Years From Now" (Part I).
Guest is Dr. Ann Fisher and "Great Moments in Sports of the 70's".
Guests are comedian-actor George Burns, author Joni Eareckson and columnist Ann Landers discusses the break-up of her marriage after 30 years.
"A Review of Advances in Medicine Over the Last Decade".
Guests are Rev. Billy Graham, Dorothea Morefield, wife of the U.S. Consul General to Iran now being held hostage and a shopping spree for poor children.
Guest is sociologist Morris Dickstein of Columbia University offers his observations on the 70's. Performance by the Boys Town Choir.
Interview with actress Marlo Thomas. A performance by the Chinese acrobats of Taiwan.
Guest is 7-year-old actor Justin Henry and a look inside mainland China.
Guests are ventriloquist Jay Johnson, Jim Fixx author of "The Complete Book of Running", Sam Church, president of the United Mine Workers and "Teaching your children at home".
Guests are Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great Britain, comedian-actor George Burns, John Kenneth Galbraith and William F. Buckley.
"Preventing Infant Crib Deaths" and a report on the Red Star commune in mainland China.
Guests are singer Marie Osmond, comedy writer Carl Reiner, Henri LaBouisse director of UNICEF, a segment on black actors and "Should Christmas Be Taken Out of Public Schools?"
Guests are actor Michael Caine, Joseph Adamov, voice of "Radio Moscow" and memorabilia from "Gone With the Wind".
Guests are actor Martin Sheen and Country singer Barbara Mandrell.
Guests are actress Linda Blair, Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong co-authors of "The Brethren", Lester Brown co-author of "Running On Empty" and a segment on toy safety.
Guests are actor Peter Ustinov, Robert Baer, Joe Adamov of "Radio Moscow" and 11-year old anthropologist Derek Saunders.
Interview with Warner Miller, who makes films on skiing. Dr. Robert Fouts will discuss teaching sign language to monkeys and "Are X-Rays Unsafe?"
Interview with actor Howard Hessman of "WKRP in Cincinnati".
Guests are Dr. Tim Johnson discusses children and leukemia, Abdallah Yaccob Bishara, U.N. envoy from Kuwait and Tim Kraft, President Carter's campaign manager.
Guests are Country singer John Denver, Ray Geiger editor of the "Farmer's Almanac" and Marine Sergeant Ladell Maples, recently released Iranian hostage.
Guests are boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, writer Angelo Repole and "Self-defense techniques for Senior Citizens".
Guest is Dr. Richard Naeye with a discussion on "Sex during pregnancy" and "Is Football Killing Itself?"
Guests are Moshe Dayan, TV personality Barbara Walters and Country singer Glen Campbell.
Guests are actress Yvette Mimieux, Diana and Gerald Greene and Dr. William Kaufman.
Guests are actor Jack Palance and his daughter Holly, an interview with former President Richard M. Nixon and a discussion on "Unemployment".
Guest is actress Doris Roberts and "Pickpockets".
Guests are TV personality Dick Clark, playwright Garson Kanin, Congressman John Anderson (R-Ill) and reports on electronic medicine and fish disorders.
Thanksgiving and the American Family.
Guests are Country singer Glen Campbell and family, Stanley Marcus, C.D.B. Bryan author of "Friendly Fire" and "Synthetic Blood".
Guests are TV producer Norman Lear and his wife, actress Sandra Dee, John Heyman, Muriel Fox, Brian Deacon, Dr. Robert Mann and a report on Cybernetics.
Guests are actor Ray Bolger, Dr. Joseph Burg, chief autonomy negotiator for Israel, Jackie Spier, Jonestown survivor and "Jonestown Suicides: A retrospective look" and a look at "Microsurgery".
Guests are actress Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr., "Legal Advise for Women", Pre-nuptuial Agreements, "Heart Disease Prevention" and "Pregnancy: A Panel of Expectant Mothers".
Guests are The Lennon Sisters.
Guests are former H.E.W. Secretary Joseph Califano, tennis star Billie Jean King and her brother Randy Moffitt, "Legal Advice for Women" and "Teenage Alcoholics".
Guests are Ronald Reagan, actress Ruth Gordon, Ron Nessen, "Teenage Tycoons" (Part II) and "Celebrity Brothers and Sisters" (Part II).
Hosts David Hartman and Sandy Hill. Guests are TV personality Dinah Shore, The Smothers Brothers, former cult member Barbara Underwood, reports on pregnancy and nutrition, legal advise fo women, "Teenage Tycoons" (Part I) and "Celebrity Brothers and Sisters" (Part 1 of 5) guests include Lucie and Desi Arnaz Jr. and tennis pro Billie Jean King and her brother San Francisco Giants pitcher Randy Moffitt.moreless
Guests are tennis star Arthur Ashe and his wife, interview with the Captain and Tennille (Part II), Olympic hockey hopeful Jim Craig, Pro-celebrity auto race from Watkins Glen and "How to Talk To Your Child About Sex" (Part V).
Guests are director-producer Pierre de Lespinois, 15-year-old model Lisanne, interview with the Captain and Tennille (Part I) and "Talking to Your Child About Sex" (Part IV).
Guests are TV personality Phyllis George, Country singer Hank Williams Jr., John Brown, Olympic Hopefuls (Part III) and "Talking to Your Child About Sex" (Part III).
Guests are Larry Spivey, an undercover narcotics agent, sculptor Pascale, Winter Olympic hopefuls (Part II) and "Talking to Your Child About Sex" (Part II).
Guests are biologist Joe Durrell, actress Susan Anspach and actor Michael Douglas of "Running", "Mitro Valve Prolaps", Winter Olympic hopefuls (Part I) and "Talking to Your Child About Sex" (Part I).
Celebrating GMA's fourth anniversary with guests columnist Erma Bombeck, Paul Harvey, Jack Anderson and Rona Barrett.
Guests are Senator Howard Baker, James Roosevelt, Mary Churchil Soames, consumer specialist Esther Peterson, Brother Timothy director of the Christian Brothers winery and pro-celebrity auto race at Watkins Glen.
Guests are actor Mickey Rooney and his wife Jan Chamberlin, Governor Bruce Babbitt of Arizona, Dr. Paul Marks discussing nuclear power, John Coleman's "Winter Weather Outlook", F.C.C. Commissioner Charles Ferris and a report on Salem witches.
Guests are Susan Ford and her husband Charles Vance, Country singer Tammy Wynette, a visit to the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden and "Halloween Safety".
Guests are former First Lady Betty Ford, hockey players Gordie Howe and Mark Howe, actresses Quinn Cummings and Danielle Brisebois and the 50th anniversary of Stock Market Crash and Phil Carrett a stockholder who lived through it.
Guests are actress Marsha Mason, zoologist and author Gerrard Durrell of the Jersey Wildlife Trust with film on some endangered animal species, Democratic Senator Jim Sasser of Tennessee, Willie Stargell, John Kenneth Galbraith, interview with actor Kirk Douglas (Part V), a report on firewood and a new source book on valuable information for the disabled.moreless
Guests are 97-year-old composer-pianist Eubie Blake, interview with actor Kirk Douglas (Part IV), a look at the Presidential Report on the nuclear accident at Three Mile Island and "What Do Men Need To Know About Women's Medical Problems?"
Guests are actor Judd Hirsh, actress Mariette Hartley, Science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, Billy and Sybil Carter, Cambodian journalist Dith Pran, Philip Kingsley, interview with actor Kirk Douglas (Part III) and a discussion of weather stripping.
Guests are Moshe Dayan interview from Israel, Lane Kirkland, interview with actor Kirk Douglas (Part II), and a report on the source book for the disabled and Storm windows.
Guests are Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy, journalist Dith Pran, marathon runner Jim Fixx, interview with actor Kirk Douglas (Part I) and insulating attics.
Guests are Earl Weaver, Dr. Bruno Bettleheim, Ellen Epstein and Paul Masson.
Guests are playwright Eda LeShan, T.F. Bradshaw president of the Atlantic Richfield Oil Company, members of the winning World Series team and rights of pregnant working women.
Guests are playwright Eda LeShan, actresses Priscilla Presley and Linda Lavin and Miss Craig's spot reducing exercises.
Guests are Mike Annast, Dr. Sylvia Earle, author Joseph Wambaugh, The Scottish Black Watch pipers and spot-reducing exercises.
Guests are announcer Marvin Miller, actor Mike Connors, Midge Costanza and firefighting demonstration.
Guests are musician Herb Alpert, stuntman Stan Barrett, astronomer Alan Hendry and Paul Masson.
Guests are actress Candice Bergen, decoy policeman Robert Hurst, basketball player Bill Russell and acupuncture for dogs.
Guests are California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., singer-actress Julie Andrews, actor Troy Donahue, Maria Cooper Janis, daughter of actor Gary Cooper and Kathy Cronkite, daughter of CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite.
Guests are baseball players Earl Weaver and Chuck Tanner, actress Annette Funicello, singer Melissa Manchester and Tony Sanchez aka "Spanish Tony" author of a tell-all book on The Rolling Stones.
Guests are singer-actor Frankie Avalon, Father Theodore Hesburgh of Notre Dame, oil well firefighter Red Adair, Ellie Smeal president of N.O.W. and Pope John Paul II's airline crew.
Guests are actor Jack Lord, Alfred Kahn, Kathleen O'Reilly, Dr. Alan Fay and Dr. William Shaw.
Guests are actor Kirk Douglas, Dr. Lee Salk and "Problems With Utility Companies".
Guests are comedian-actor Dudley Moore, lawyer Marvin Mitchelson and "Consumer Advice" (Part III).
Guest is Senator Birch Bayh. Topics include, "How to Become a Game Show Contestant", "Should the Catholic Church Ordain Women?" and "What to Do About Mail Fraud".
Guests are Rev. Jesse Jackson, Cardinal Kroll of Philadelphia, White House consumer affairs advisor Esther Peterson and three generations of a Boston Irish-Catholic family.
Guests are Father Bruce Ritter, actress Kathleen Quinlan, author Rosemary Disney and Dr. Norman Young.
Guests are First Lady Betty Ford, baseball pitcher Bill Lee, John Wojtylo, counsin of Pope John Paul and Elizabeth Criswell.
Guests are actress Jane Fonda, politician Tom Hayden, composer Marvin Hamlisch and and Bill Lee of the Duke Power and Light Company, which uses the same type of nuclear reactors which malfunctioned at Three Mile Island.
Guests are actress Lauren Tewes, author Clay Blair Jr., United Nations Ambassador Donald McHenry and a report on working women.
Interview with actor Malcolm McDowell.
Guests are John Connally candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, heavyweight champion Larry Holmes, actor Robert Wagner and author Judith Krantz.
Guests are David and Patricia Hansen, parents of siamese twins, Chip Carter son of President Jimmy Carter, actor Wilfred-Hyde White, model-actress Shelley Smith and a fashion show.
Guest is baseball pitcher Catfish Hunter, winners of the New York State Lottery and a report on the New York University Medical Center.
Guests are Stanford Ross, director of the Social Security Administration, director John Schlesinger, fall fashions, visit to the New York Giants training camp and Government instituted heating oil price controls.
Guests are Israeli Opposition Party Leader Shimon Peres, baseball player Carl Yastrzemski, Frederick Sands biographer of "The Divine Garbo" and Peter Ellenshaw, special effects expert.
Interview with racecar driver Bobby Unser. The auto workers contract talks. Author of "The Consumer Complaint Guide".
Guest is Country singer Conway Twitty and a report on breast cancer.
Guests are football player Too Tall Jones, British comedian-actors Eric Idle and Michael Palin and Angela and David Boyger.
Guests are comedian Don Rickles, Dr. Robert DuPont, the 80th anniversary of the invention of aspirin, a report on rape, UFO sighting and a guide to buying a new car.
Guests are actor Charles Bronson and his wife actress Jill Ireland, Naomi James, first woman to sail around the world single-handedly, Overeaters Anonymous, Dog distemper and a report on life insurance.
Guest is actor John Ritter, disruptive children in school, fan sculpture and making school sports safer.
Guests are Senator Frank Church, blind singer-songwriter Tom Sullivan, Ann Meyers and teaching aids.
Interviews with actor Ted Bessell, Eddie Foy Jr. and singer-songwriter Tom Sullivan (Part 1 of 2). Part III of "Starting the New School Year".
Guests are jockey Steve Cauthen, Senator Joe Biden (D-Delaware), Robert Tiernan, Federal Election Commissioner and part II of "Starting the New School Year".
Guests are actor Gavin MacLeod, Sol Chaikin president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Los Angeles Dodgers' coach Jim Lefebre and part I of "Starting the New School Year".