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AIRED ON 4/24/2015
Season 2015 : Episode 20150424
AIRS ON 4/27/2015
Season 2015 : Episode 20150427
Guests are "Private Benjamin" star Eileen Brennan in her first TV appearance since her car accident, "Knots Landing" star Michele Lee, baseball players Steve Garvey and Terry Kennedy. Odd Jobs (Part 5): The Muppets costumer Calistra Hendrickson.
Guests are singer Tony Orlando, talk show host Dick Cavett, former child star Lauren Chapin and Willa Appel author of "Cults in America". The Olympic Men's Volleyball Team. Odd Jobs (Part 4): body part models.
Guests are Ivan Fallon and James Srodes authors of "Dream Makers: The Rise and Fall of John Z. Delorean". Odd Jobs (Part 3): commercial food stylist Andrea Swenson. Early airplane pilots. Liz Claiborne fashion show.
Guests are New York Giants player John Tuggle, singer Andy Gibb and "Dennis the Menace" creator Hank Ketchum. Odd Jobs (Part 2): movie animal trainer Hubert Wells. Radio advice shows. Texas child abuse laws.
Guests are actress Denise Nichols, actor Rene Enriques, commercial character actor Jan Leighton and tennis star Stan Smith. Odd Jobs (Part 1).
Guest is singer Andy Gibb. A report on the 20th anniversary of the civil rights march on Washington, D.C. A review of the movie "Daniel". The testing of new foods (Part 5): chocolate pasta. Money Magazine editor Marshall Loeb's preparation of a professional couple's financial portfolio. Teen Suicide (Part 3). Whiz Kids (Part 5): Wing Flanagan and Michele Walters.moreless
Guest is actor Michael Landon. American military men stationed around the world. An Olympics preview. The testing of new foods (Part 4): soybean hot dogs. Teen Suicide (Part 2). Whiz Kids (Part 4): young entrepreneurs.
The testing of new foods: an all-natural dog food (Part 3). The Atomic Widows Conference in California. A review of the movie "Strange Brew". Teen Suicide (Part 1). Senior-citizen sports figures Dr. Paul Spangler, Nellie Brown and Helen Zechmeister. Whiz Kids (Part 3): Chan Whitt and Angie Gemalsky.
Guests are actor-comedians Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, Country singer Tanya Tucker, TV personality Ed McMahon and political gag writer Mark Russell. Whiz kids (Part 2): Taffy McElroy. The testing of new foods (Part 2): Tofutti ice cream. Moon madness on the day before the night of a full moon. Dr. Joseph Bellina, fertility (Part 2)moreless
Guests are Ivan Fallon and James Srodes authors of "Dream Makers: The Rise and Fall of John Z. Delorean". Whiz kids (Part 1).
Guest is Country singer Barbara Mandrell.
Guests are actor Gene Barry currently in the stage musical "La Cage Aux Follies", actor Sylvester Stallone talks about his new career as a boxing promoter and actor Tom Cruise talks about his film "Risky Business". Behind the scenes at the movies (Part 4): casting agents. "Medical Update" (Part 4): Alzheimer's disease. Olympic bowling hopefuls for 1988. Dr. Timothy Johnson on the sweetner Aspartame. A program in Alaska to help battered wives.moreless
Guests are singer Anita Bryant, bandleader Count Basie, Barbara Sinatra and Father Rooney on aid to Third World Countries and the McCall's Reader of the Year. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Curse of the Pink Panther". "Medical Update" (Part 3): herpes. "Behind the Movies" (Part 3): film producers.
Guests are Louis Jourdan, Steve Inwood and Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder on the fight by members of his family against cystic fibrosis. A visit from former astronaut Alan Shephard who pretended to play golf on the moon. "Medical Update" (Part 2): AIDS. "Behind the Movies" (Part 2): directors Sydney Pollack, Norman Jewison and Mark Rydell.moreless
Guest is Stephen King author of "Cujo", the latest novel of his made into a motion picture. "Medical Update" (Part 1). "Behind the Movies" (Part 1):
Guests are actor Gene Barry currently in the stage musical "La Cage Aux Follies", sports legends O.J. Simpson, and Arnold Palmer, actress Shelley Long nominated for an EMMY for "Cheers", singer Jose Feliciano, Canadian forensic climatologist David Murdoch and newscaster Tom Brokaw's wife Meredith, who runs a unique toy store. Joel Siegel with a review of the new movie "Cujo". "In Search of Love" (Part 5).moreless
Guests are Country star Kenny Rogers, Computer expert Porter Hurt, singer Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and blind diabetic Gary Kleinman. Joel Siegel's review of the new movie "The Man Who Wasn't There". Prof. Harry Edwards' views on the Olympics. "In Search of Love" (Part 4): 50-years-old and over romantics.moreless
Guests are talk show host and author Jack Paar, actor Richard Mulligan of "Reggie", Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Joh Candelaria on dealing with drug addiction and entrepreneur Nathaniel Goldston. Jeff Greenfield with background on "Good Morning America's" library set. Joel Siegel's look at the summer movie season to date. "In Search of Love" (Part 3).moreless
Guests are impressionist Rich Little who talks about the dialogue for David Niven in two Pink Panther films the actor made as he fought his losing battle with Lou Gehrig's disease. Much of the dialogue in "The Trail of the Pink Panther" and "The Curse of the Pink Panther" is actually spoken by Rich Little, former stewardess turned oil tycoon Laura Auree and TV commercial director Joe Sedelmaier. The latest sightings of the Loch Ness Monster. Party drinks without liquor. "In Search of Love" (Part 2): author Sherri Foxman, classified ads.moreless
Guests are The Manhattan Transfer. "In Search of Love" (Part 1).
Guest is actor Michael Douglas of "The Star Chamber". Joel Siegel's review of the movie. Model Carol Alt with "Flashdance" style fashions. Weekend entertainment tips. A Tribute to Motown (Part 5): Rick James and The Four Tops. "Dream Seekers" (Part 5): aviatrix Grace McGuire. Economics (Part 5).
Guests are singer Debby Boone, Olympic gold medalists Willie Davenport and Al Oerter, photographer Ed Clark and three celebrity look-a-likes. A Tribute to Motown (Part 4): Martha Reeves and Mary Wells. "Dream Seekers" (Part 4): daredevil Evel Knievel. Economics (Part 4).
Joe Namath is interviewed by Frank Gifford. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Krull". A Tribute to Motown (Part 3): Stevie Wonder. "Dream Seekers" (Part 3). Meet three senior citizen sports greats. Economics (Part 3).
Guests are actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 7), Brigadier General Peter M. Dawkins and one-legged teenage gymnast Becky Smith. Dr. Timothy Johnson on test tube technology. A Tribute to Motown (Part 2): The Temptations. "Dream Seekers" (Part 2). Economics (Part 2): Tax Saving Tips.
Guest is actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 6). A Tribute to Motown (Part 1). "Dream Seekers" (Part 1). Economics (Part 1).
Guest is actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 5). Dr. Timothy Johnson on heat exhaustion. British gossip columnist Nigel Dempster on the second anniversary of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding. Joel Siegel's weekend entertainment tips. Dr. Jerome G. Rozen on "summer bugs". A preview of fall fashions from Paris. Tips on summertime eye care.moreless
Guests are actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 4), actor Parker Stevenson and sportscaster Jim McKay with highlights of past Olympiads. The consumer's rights in returning merchandise. A 12-year-old store owner. Julia Child's recipe for vegetable ragout.
Guests are actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 3) and author Stephen King on the film version of his novel "Cujo". Dr. Timothy Johnson on exposure to the sun. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Jaws 3-D". Consumer tips (Part 3): buying a home. A debate on the administration of the drug Depo-Provera to sex offenders. A discussion of cosmetic dentistry. Jeff Greenfield on summer reading.moreless
Guest is actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 2). Consumer tips (Part 2).
Guests are actress Elizabeth Taylor (Part 1) and actresses Cynthia Rhodes and Finola Hughes from the movie "Staying Alive". Dr Myron Winick, women and nutrition. Expectations of vacation weather. Consumer tips (Part 1). Two teachers discuss whether a course on nuclear war should be added to school curriculums.
Guests are actress Linda Evans (Part 5), actor Roger Moore of the new Bond film "Octopussy", singer Donny Osmond and his sister Marie Osmond, Country singer Tammy Wynette and San Diego Padres pitcher Dave Dravecky. How to handle your money (Part 5). A preview of next week's Elizabeth Taylor interview.
Guests are actress Linda Evans (Part 4), singer-actress Lisa Hartman, singer-songwriter Paul Anka, "War Games" stars Matthew Broderick and Barry Corbin. Julia Child's recipe for fried shrimp. Steve Birnbaum on jet lag. How to handle your money (Part 4). America's top-ranked amateur boxers who are trying for the Olympics.
Guests are actress Linda Evans (Part 3), actor Kirk Douglas, musician Jose Feliciano and Dr. John Heller. How to handle your money (Part 3); legal means of protection against home-repair ripoffs; the latest recipient of the coveted Jefferson Award for citizenship. Joel Siegel's review of the new Woody Allen film "Zelig".moreless
Guests are actress Linda Evans (Part 2), actress Suzanne Somers, singing duo The Righteous Brothers and baseball star Tommy John and his wife Sally. Dr. Timothy Johnson discusses ectopic pregnancy. Jeff Greenfield on past and present spokesmen for civil, human and union rights. How to handle your money (Part 2).
Guests are actress Linda Evans (Part 1), actor Levar Burton, astronauts Robert Crippen and Sally Ride, Major League pitcher Jim Koat and reporter Tom Kelly. Topic includes, sportswriters discuss the state of the USFL. How to handle your money (Part 1).
Guests are actresses Finola Hughes and Cynthia Rhodes of "Staying Alive". The crews of boats entered in the America's Cup competition. The history of the Walt Disney film classic "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", which is now being re-released and interview with one of its animators. Joel Siegel's review of "Staying Alive".moreless
Guests are "Dukes of Hazzard" stars Tom Wopat and John Schneider, pop group The Bee Gees and Olympic boxinghopeful Mark Breland.
Guests are writer-director-actor Sylvester Stallone talks about directing "Staying Alive", actor Michael Nouri, actress Morgan Fairchild and former New York Yankee pitcher and reformed alcoholic Ryne Duren.
Guest is actor John Travolta (Part 2). "Ice Cream Desserts".
Guests are actor John Travolta (Part 1), musician Sergio Mendes and singer-actress Bernadette Peters. Topic, "Education and Presidential Politics".
Guests are actress Susan Saint James and Dick Ebersol and Simon and Garfunkel (Part 5).
Guests are actress Cicely Tyson, gymnast Kurt Thomas, square dance caller Ron Libby and Simon and Garfunkel (Part 4).
Guests are Simon and Garfunkel (Part 3). Tribute to Chicago and Mayor Harold Washington. Sports legends Gale Sayers, George Mikan, Stan Mikita and Luke Appling. Hugh Downs discusses TV programs that originated from Chicago.
Guests are primate expert Jane Goodall and Simon and Garfunkel (Part 2). A profile of the Chicago Cubs and their fans.
Guests are Governor Mario Cuomo of NY, entertainer Wayne Newton and Simon and Garfunkel (Part 1).
Guests are actor Walter Matthau (Part 5) and actor LeVar Burton.
Guests are actor Walter Matthau (Part 4) and singer Laura Branigan.
Guests are actor Walter Matthau (Part 3), O.J. Simpson and actor George Kennedy.
Guests are actor Walter Matthau (Part 2), actor James Brolin and legal expert Arthur Miller.
Guests are actor Walter Matthau (Part 1), actor Billy Dee Williams and columnist Bob Thomas.
Coverage of the Space Shuttle landing from Cape Canaveral plus interviews with astronauts' families. Guest is actor Dennis Quaid who portrays an astronaut in the film "The Right Stuff".
Features a preview of Pope John Paul II's visit to Poland.
Guests are Governor James Hunt of N.C., Ronald Reagan Jr. and actor Jim Nabors.
Guests are actors John Lithgow, Roger Mosley, Doug Barr and Dirk Benedict.
Guests are film producer-director George Lucas, tennis star Arthur Ashe and actress Kristina Wayborn.
Guests are actress Jane Fonda, politician Tom Hayden, disco singer Donna Summer and astronaut Sally Ride.
Guest is singer Irene Cara.
Guest is author Theodore H. White.
Guests are actor David Birney and actress Meredith Baxter Birney, actor-comedian Eddie Murphy and Agriculture Secretary John Block.
Guest is model-actress Maud Adams.
Guests are Country performers Dottie West, Loretta Lynn, Chet Atkins, Charley Pride, Lynn Anderson, Conway Twitty, Minnie Pearl and Alabama.
Guests are actor Roger Moore, actress Shirley MacLaine, Country singers Louise Mandrell, David Frizzell and Shelly West.
Guests are singers Helen Reddy and Barbara Mandrell and Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.
Guests are Tony award winner Matthew Broderick, psychologist Dr. Thomas McGinnis, Dave Bristol and Gary Woods of the Chicago Cubs.
Guests are talk show host Mike Douglas, singers Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme and stock car racer Darrell Waltrip.
Guest is Fred Rogers host of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood". The opposition of the people of Hereford, Tex. to the Department of Energy's plan to establish a nuclear waste disposal site there. A review of the movie "WarGames". Vacation time cooking schools. Antidotes for accidental poisoning.
Guest is actress Jamie Lee Curtis. A debate on whether banks really serve the public. A survey of how-to books written by celebrities.
Guests are actors Richard Burton, Fabian and Tab Hunter.
Guests are Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan, actor-writer Carl Reiner, actor Troy Donahue and actress Connie Stevens. Home repair ripoffs.
Guests are actress Janet Leigh and "Gumby" creator Art Clokey.
Guest is singer-actress Doris Day (Part 5). On location interviews with Al Unser and Al Unser Jr.
Guests are singer-actress Doris Day (Part 4), actor Anthony Perkins and David Roderick, the head of U.S. Steel.
Guests are singer-actress Doris Day (Part 3), actor Rock Hudson and singer Marie Osmond.
Guests are singer-actress Doris Day (Part 2) and actress Carrie Fisher.
Guest is singer-actress Doris Day from her Carmel, California home (Part 1).
Guests are USFL Commissioner Chet Simmons, talk show host Dick Cavett, actor Mark Hamill and Danielle Torrez author of "Divorce In America" (Part 5).
Guests are Jan Stephenson and Peter Hannaford. "Divorce in America" (Part 4).
Dr. Nathan Berger with a cancer update. William Novak author of "The Great American Man Shortage and Other Roadblocks to Romance". Stephen M.L. Aronson author of "Hype", how images are created and who creates the hype. Avrahan Shifirin, former prisoner of a U.S.S.R. concentration camp. Dr. Jay Adlerberg answers the question, "Does dancing help arthritis?" "Divorce in America" (Part 3).moreless
Guest is San Diego Chargers' place kicker Rolf Benirschke. "Divorce in America" (Part 2).
Guests are actress Ann Jillian, John Badham director of the movie "Blue Thunder" and stunt pilot Jim Gavin and rock group Air Supply. Billie Hall whose infant son died after two liver transplants. Stephen Birnhbaum on how to live like a king economically (Part 1). A couple in the middle of a divorce discuss their situation, psychologist Mattie Gerschenfeld comments in "Divorce in America" (Part 1).moreless
Guests are actor Roy Scheider (Part 3) and Mr. Q.
Guests are actor Roy Scheider (Part 2) and actress Lesley Ann Warren. Three of TV's biggest game show winners from "Jeopardy", "Let's Make a Deal" and "Tic Tac Dough". The 1983 Speed Skiing Championship competition from Colorado. John Stossel reports on baldness (Part 4).
Guests are actor Roy Scheider (Part 1), director-actor Michael Landon, actress Marlo Thomas, game show hosts Monty Hall, Bob Barker and Art Fleming and author William Wright. John Stossel reports on baldness (Part 3).
Guests are actress Stefanie Powers, singers Gladys Knight and Jerry Vale, comedian Robert Klein, baseball umpire Bill Kunkel and author Iris Ellis. John Stossel reports on baldness (Part 2).
Guest is actress Lindsay Wagner who talks about her TV movie "I Want To Live!" John Stossel reports on baldness (Part 1).
Guests are singer-actor Harry Belafonte and Janet Marchese. Julia Child's tour of Paris (Part 5).
Guests are comedian-actor George Burns, Phyllis George Brown tours the Kentucky Rehabilitation Farm for Racehorses, Una Loy Clark widow of Barney Clark, Martha Selleck, Tom Selleck's mother, Elisa O'Connor, Carroll O'Connor's mother, Diana Kind, Barbra Streisand's mother and Leah Adler, Steven Spielberg's mother. Julia Child's tour of Paris (Part 4).
Guests are actors Edward Asner and Daniel J. Travanti, "TV Moms" actresses Barbara Billingsley, Jane Wyatt and Marjorie Lord. Julia Child's tour of Paris (Part 3).
Guests are U.S. Ambassador to Mexico John Gavin, WEWS Channel 5 commentator Dorothy Fuldheim and Kermit the Frog. Videotaped coverage of last night's "Night at the Palace" marking the 70th anniversary of the Palace Theater. Julia Child's tour of Paris (Part 2).
Guests are actress Eva Marie Saint and Sylvia Porter. Julia Child's tour of Paris (Part 1).
Guests are actress Debbie Reynolds, actor Donald Sutherland and author Barbara Cartland.
An analysis of where the U.S. stands today in Latin America. Marvin Stone, editor of U.S. News and World Report. A look at women's magazines with Helen Gurley Brown of Cosmopolitan, Myrna Blythe of Ladies Home Journal and Wendy Crisp of "Savvy". Male models Rick Edwards, Attila Von Somogyi and Rick Wiese.moreless
Guests are actor Dennis Weaver, singer Amy Grant, Harold Krentz and actor Edward Albert who portrayed him in the film "Butterflies Are Free" and Pam Posterna, the top ranking umpire in the Pacific Coast League.
Guest is talk show host Merv Griffin. A look at last night's Film Institute of Lincoln Center ceremony honoring Sir Laurence Olivier. Danny Simon, the inspiration for Felix Unger in Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" and his film counterpart Jack Lemmon. The NFL draft. Newspaper publishers Alan Neuharth of USA Today, James Hogue of The Chicago Sun-Times and Tom Johnson of the Los Angeles Times.moreless
Guests are singer-actress Diahann Carroll and actor Gregory Harrison. A panel discussion of how President Reagan is going, featuring Hugh Sidey of TIME magazine and Lou Cannon of The Washington Post.
Guests are actress Susan Lucci and Peter Hannaford campaign adviser and friend to President Reagan.
Guests are actress Donna Mills, boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and his son, Gerry Cooney and his mother and Jane Goodall, an authority on the world of primates. "Health Care" (Part 4): looks at the crisi in Medicare-Medicaid. "Home Repair" (Part 4): focuses on rip-offs in home repair. "Advertising Today" (Part 4): with the stars of two family style commercials.moreless
Guests are Dynasty stars John Forsythe and Linda Evans, comedy duo Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara and Country music group Alabama. "Health Care" (Part 3). "Home Repair" (Part 3). "Advertising Today" (Part 3).
Guests are Hollywood talent managers Ron Samuels and Jay Bernstein and Alberto Salazar interviews the winners of the Boston Marathon. "Health Care" (Part 2) a look at incompetent doctors. "Home Repair" (Part 2) hiring a contractor. "Advertising Today" (Part 2) with Frank Perdue and Victor Kiam, two company presidents who advertise their own products.moreless
Guests are Kathryn Crosby, former baseball wives Bobbie Bouton and Nancy Marshall.
Guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actress Bess Armstrong, actor Peter Brown, Steve Garvey of the San Diego Padres and former manager of The Beatles.
Guests are singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, actress Nastassia Kinski and Elaine Heffner discusses the results of a nationwide survey of women's attitudes about mothering. Getting in shape for Spring (Part 2) with Dr. William Southmayd, founder and director of Sports Medicine Inc.
Guests are actresses Carroll Baker and Ursula Andress and Bill James author of "Baseball Abstract: 1983". Chicago's mayoral election. Jerome Rosow director of Work in America. The Teacher of the Year, Leroy Hay from Manchester, Connecticut. Getting in shape for Spring (Part 1) with nutrition expert Richard Rivlin.
Guests are Lynda Van Devanter, National Women's Director of the Vietnam Veterans of America and author of "Home Before Morning" and Retired Air Force General Brent Scowcroft, findings on possible MX missile sites. Jeff Greenfield reports on past and present campaigns of black politicians. Joel Siegel looks at last night's Academy Awards. Author Tony Fuller and two veterans of "Charlie Company".moreless
Guests are actor Peter O'Toole, actor-author Gary Crosby and journalist Barbara Walters.
Guests are comedienne-actress Carol Burnett, actress Eileen Herlie of "All My Children", former TV detectives actors Lee Horsley, Mike Connors and Craig Stevens. Olympic hopefuls in track.
Guests are actor Robert Blake, composers Marvin Hamlisch and Jerry Goldsmith. Tom Sullivan visits some handicapped children who have learned to ski in Colorado. The 50th anniversary of the movie "King Kong". Skiing's World Cup holders Phil Mahre and Tamara McKinney are interviewed in the third part of a series on the 1984 Olympics.moreless
Guests are photographer Norman Parkinson, Geoffrey Scott, Rene Enriques and Morgan Brittany who discuss how being in a hit TV show has has changed their lives. Olympic Gold Medal winners in the decathlon Bob Mathias, Milt Campbell, Rafer Johnson, Bill Toomey and Bruce Jenner are interviewed in the second in series on the 1984 Olympics. Cinematographers Conrad Hall and Gordon Willis are interviewed.moreless
Guests are actor Henry Winkler and comedienne Joan Rivers. Swimmer Mary T. Meagher is interviewed in the first of a series on the 1984 Olympics. Steve Fox reports on the impact of a movie being filmed in Johnstown, Pa. A look at six local morning talk shows (Part 2). Hollywood costumer Mr. Donfield is interviewed in the second part of a series on the Academy Awards.moreless
Guests are John Houseman, James Stephens and Richard Smith of the Kennedy Space Center. A look at six local morning talk shows (Part 1). Hollywood costumer Mr. Donfield is interviewed in the first part of a series on the Academy Awards.
Guests are singer Dionne Warwick, actress Jessica Tandy and her husband actor Hume Cronyn.
An interview with actress-model Brooke Shields who talks about an Arabian sheik who offered to buy her as his bride for 12 camels while she was on location filming her new movie "Sahara". The Smithsonian Institution launches a balloon from the West Mall of the Capitol as part of a new space museum show. Quiz kids of the '50's.moreless
Guests are actress Jean Simmons, basketball player Ralph Sampson, authors S.E. Hinton, Richard Peck and Madeleine L'Engle.
Guests are actor Bryan Brown, Diane Green editor of "Parent's Choice" and Steve Birnbaum who gives tips for inexpensive Spring vacations.
Guests are talk show host David Frost and actress Rachel Ward.
Guests are actors Richard Chamberlain and Lou Gossett Jr., New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, baseball manager Billy Martin and author Shana Alexander.
Guests are actor Jon Voight, actress Jean Simmons and author Marshall I. Goldman.
Guest is tennis star Billie Jean King.
Guests are actors Donald Sutherland and Carroll O'Connor and World Cup skiers Phil Mahre and Tamara McKinney.
Guests are playwright Neil Simon, actor Tony Geary, Ken Moffett of Major League Baseball Players Association and author D. Deborah Langston.
Guests are actress Michael Learned, actor Erik Estrada and football great turned sportscaster Terry Bradshaw of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Guests are singer Helen Reddy and comedian Flip Wilson.
Guests are Henry Kissinger, actresses Eileen Fulton and Emily McLaughlin.
Topic includes, the advertising business.
A report on the television industry.
Guests are Ted Kennedy Jr., author Carolyn Jab, actresses Victoria Tennant and Lisa Eilbacher and David Dukes.
Guests are singer Melissa Manchester, author Kathleen Silber and Dakin Williams brother of the late Tennessee Williams.
Guest is Dynasty actor Jack Coleman. Topics include, Baseball Greats and Advertising Trends.
Guests are actor Robert Morley, Secretary of Energy Donald Hodel, Renee Richards and Dr. Ronald Hoffman.
Guests are Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam and Larry Mathews of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and Larry Flynt publisher of Hustler magazine.
Guests are actors Robert Duvall and James Luisi, actress Butterfly McQueen and football player Lynn Swann. Topic includes "Crime in America" examines prison reform.
Guests are actress Deborah Raffin and comedian David Brenner. Topic includes, "Crime in America" features Denver's teenaged jurors.
Guests are Nigel Dempster and singer-actor Rex Smith. Topic includes, "Crime in America".
Paul Strassels tips for preparing and saving on your income tax return. Topics include, "Crime in America" focuses on Philadephia's House of Umoja, a program to get youth gangs off the streets. A look at fads.
A Tribute to Tennessee Williams with Cliff Robertson and Kim Hunter, actress Jodie Foster, Rita Lavelle, Governors James R. Thompson (R-Ill) and Michael Dukakis (D-Mass), Pole vaulter Billy Olson, authors Clifford Irving and James Phelan.
Guests are actor Kevin Kline and actress Meryl Streep.
Guests are model Christie Brinkley (Part 3) and Harvard law professor Arthur Miller.
Guests are The Osmond Brothers, model Christie Brinkley (Part 2) and Harvard law professor Arthur Miller.
Guests are Katharine Graham publisher of The Washington Post and Newsweek magazine, model Christie Brinkley (Part 1) and coach Jerry Tarkanian of the Nevada-Las Vegas basketball team.
Guests are actress Cheryl Ladd and Harvard law professor Arthur Miller.
Guests are actress Meryl Streep (Part 2), Harvard law professor Arthur Miller and hairstylist Jose Eber.
Guests are actress Meryl Streep (Part 1), film critics Judith Crist, Richard Schickel and Jack Kroll discuss the Oscar nominations.
Guests are entertainer Jerry Lewis, comedian Dom DeLuise and Dallas Cowboy quarterback Danny White.
Guest is former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier. Topic includes, "Crime in America".
Guests are singer-actress Ann-Margret and singer-songwriter Mac Davis.
"Movie Reunions" (Part 5). Guests are Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright, Virginia Mayo and Harold Russell from "The Best Years of Our Lives".
"Movie Reunions" (Part 4). Guest film director Dan Curtis talks about "Winds of War".
Guests are Sir Geoffrey Howe. Chancellor of the Exchequar in Great Britain. Frank Bolz, Bob Berkowitz and Ed Diamond discuss media involvement in hostage negotiations. "Movie Reunions" (Part 3) features Orson Welles, Paul Stewart and Ruth Warrick from "Citizen Kane". Irving Mansfield talks about his wife, the late author Jacqueline Susann.moreless
"Movie Reunions" (Part 2) features cast members from "Gone With the Wind", Fred Crane who played Brent Tarleton, Rand Brooks who played Charles Hamilton, Olivia de Havilland who played Melanie and Butterfly McQueen who played Prissy. Also Kay Brown, who heads the New York office of Selznick International Pictures.
Guests are actor Karl Malden, Marcia Smith of the Library of Congress Musical Youth and Dr. Charles P. O'Brien.
The selling of the President in 1984. Interviews with the stars of "E.T." Erma Bombeck visits Zsa Zsa Gabor's home.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are actress Ali McGraw and prominent sexogolists discuss major trends of the past 25 years. Feature on the death of the nuclear industry.
Guests are director David Stockman of the Office of Management and Budget, playwright Arthur Miller, actresses Kim Delaney and Dorothy Lyman.
Guests are Lee Kinard reports from Italy in his "Roman Holiday" travels series. Part two of a five-part series on the heart. John Nesbit introduces North Carolina Junior Miss contestants.
Guests are actor Robert Conrad, actress Jill St. John, sportscasters Frank Gifford, Pat Summerall and Dick Enberg.
Guests are Interior Secretary James G. Watt, football star Joe Namath and Hall & Oates.
Guests are Vice President Walter Mondale, and Treasury Secretary Donald T. Regan, Roxanne Pulitzer, and attorney Marvin Mitchelson, Judith Martin (Miss Manners) of the Washington Post and Sheryle and John Leekley.
Guests are actor Ben Kingsley, financial writer William Grace Jr. and Chris Embleton founder of Heal the Children. Topics include, "Is America better or worse?" national poll (Part 2) and the use of cocaine in Hollywood.
Guests are playwright Arthur Miller, singer Kim Carnes and actor Ted Knight. Topics include, Victims of Violent Crimes, The results of an "Is America Better or Worse?" and national poll (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are Sen. William Armstrong, Alan Greenspan and John Ball.
Guests are actress Kim Novak and Danny White, quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.
Guests are actress Heather Locklear, Joan and Patrick Kennedy, author Jim Oberg and Peter Peterson chairman of Lehman Brothers, discusses the federal deficit.
Guests are tennis star John McEnroe, Country singer Lynn Anderson, comedian Joe Piscopo and Dr. Richard Hallgren, director of the National Weather Service.
Guests are Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY), actor Gene Hackman, journalist Georgie Ann Geyer, football coaches Forrest Gregg and Bill Walsh.
Guests are Coretta Scott King and Willie Stargell.
An in-depth report on the Shroud of Turin. A report on airline safety. An interview with a bass fishing expert. Consumer debt and personal credit problems (Part 2).
An official of the US Drug Enforement Agency and a drug user discuss cocaine abuse. Consumer debt and personal credit problems with Steve Pollen (Part 1). Part 3 of a rock 'n' roll retrospective. A look at America's hunks.
Guests are actress Ann Sothern, film critics Jack Kroll, Richard Corliss and Judith Crist.
Topic includes how a family coped when their 18-year-old daughter went to jail. The latest in hairstyling.
Guests are entertainer Liberace, actress Jessica Tandy and actor Hume Cronyn.
Guests are Israeli President Yitzhak Navon, authors Judith Krantz, Sidney Sheldon and Irving Wallace.
Guests are Marshall Loeb, Brooks Robinson and actress Kathleen Beller.
Guests are political satirist Mark Russell, Dr. Stephen Lange of Temple University's Behavorial Therapy Unit discusses computer phobias and Adele Scheele with tips on how to get control of your life (Part 2).
Guest is Phyllis George. Plus, the Sugar Bowl winners and a look at the 98th Congress.
Guests are actress Jane Seymour, Arthur Miller presents a year-end wrapup, Dennis Green football coach of Northwestern and "Sports Heroes" featuring track and field greats Cornelius Warnerdam, Glenn Cunningham and Bob Beamon.
Guests are TV personality Dick Clark, actress Teri Garr and "Sports Heroes" featuring basketball greats Bob Cousy and Oscar Robertson.
Guests are Opera singer Beverly Sills, singer-actress Cher and "Sports Heroes" featuring Althea Gibson and Don Budge.
Guests are Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldridge, editor William Franklin of Business Week magazine, actress Heather Thomas and "Sports Heroes" featuring Tom Harmon and Gale Sayers.
Guests are Restaurant critic Mimi Sheraton of the New York Times, actress Lydia Cornell and managing editor Richard Stolley of LIFE magazine.
Guests are Miss Piggy, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Tucson Boys Choir, original animators of Peter Pan and Walt Disney characters and a discussion of Christmas sales.
Guest is Prince Talal of Saudi Arabi, hazards of holiday eating and drinking, an 84-year-old woman who runs a boxing club and unique children's gifts.
Guests are Art Buchwald, actress Goldie Hawn (Part 2), singer Rosemary Clooney, actor Jeff Bridges, Frank Gifford talks with the authors of the "Monday Night Football Cookbook", charity rip-offs and three winners of White House Children's Hero and Service Awards.
Guests are actress Sally Field, Alexander Haig (Part 2) and actress Goldie Hawn (Part 1).
Guest is Alexander Haig (Part 1).
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman (Part 5), actor Jon Voight, producer-actor-writer Phil Snyder and The Who.
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman (Part 4), actors Jason Robards, Lloyd Bridges and Justin Henry, actress Valerie Perrine and director Norman Jewison.
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman (Part 3), actress Katharine Ross, former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, boxer "Boom Boom" Mancini and Nan Robertson of The Times.
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman (Part 2), actress Angie Dickinson, author Mary Lou Weisman and "Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week.
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman (Part 1), Rev. Billy Graham and puppeteer Frank Oz.
Guests are singer Billy Joel (Part 2), I.B. Singer and The Osmond Brothers.
Guests are singer Billy Joel (Part 1), actress Karen Allen and Senator Howard Baker.
Guests are actresses Susan Sarandon and Julie Hagerty.
Guests are actor Kirk Douglas, Patti Catalano and actor Burt Reynolds (Part 2).
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds (Part 1) and ABC News vice-president Av Westin.
Guests are actor Ed Asner, TV personality Merv Griffin and financial analyst Susan Bondy.
Guests are actors Lorne Greene, Rory Calhoun and Hugh O'Brian, actress Jennifer O'Neill and singer Toni Basil.
Guests are actress Valerie Perrine, educator Marva Collins, financial analyst Susan Bondy and Col. James Mead.
Guests are actor Martin Sheen, Nixon advisor John Ehrlichman and financial analyst Susan Bondy.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Topics include, "Gilligan's Island Reunion" and Nuclear Testing.
Guests are Russell Baker columnist for The Times and General James Dozier.
Topics include, Job Outlook and Nuclear Testing.
Guests are singer-actress Liza Minnelli and actress Margot Kidder.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are actress Candice Bergen, singer Ray Charles and "Mind Over Medicine" segment conclusion.
Guest is actor Michael Landon and "Mind Over Medicine".
Topic includes, "Mind Over Medicine".
Topics include, "Mind Over Medicine", Mail-Order Brides and Deb of the Year.
Topic includes, "Mind Over Medicine".
Guests are actress Ann-Margret, TV personality Merv Griffin, columnist Erma Bombeck, John Ehrlichman, Jonathan King, singer Lesley Gore and actor Richard Burton (Part 5).
Guest is actor Richard Burton (Part 4).
Guests are General James Abrahamson, head of NASA's space shuttle program, George Plimpton, singer Frieda of ABBA, Susan Bondy on personal finances and actor Richard Burton (Part 3).
Guests are baseball player Ernie Banks, author Walter Lord, Susan Bondy on personal finances and actor Richard Burton (Part 2).
Guest is actor Richard Burton (Part 1).
Guests are Phil Mahre, captain of the US Olympic ski team, British advice columnist Agony Aunty (Claire Rayne), model Kaylin Pickford and actor James Garner (Part 5).
Guests are Hamilton Jordon, White House Chief of Staff under former President Carter discusses the third anniversary of the taking of American hostages in Iran, child psychologist Dr. Louise Bates Ames and actor James Garner (Part 4).
Guests are political satirist Mark Russell, author Richard Levine and actor James Garner (Part 3).
Guests are comedian-actor Michael Palin, Haynes Johnson of the Washington Post, Jack Nelson of the Los Angeles Times and actor James Garner (Part 2).
Guests are record-setting walker Eugene Lianis, Pete Best one of the original Beatles and actor James Garner (Part 1).
Guests are former President Richard M. Nixon (Part 3 of 3), Prince Charles from New Mexico, actor E.G. Marshall and author Erica Jong.
Guests are Robert Trout, actress Priscilla Barnes, singer Anne Murray and child expert Louise Bates Ames.
Guests are former President Richard M. Nixon (Part 2 of 3), Shirlee Fonda and talk show host Phil Donahue.
Guests are Kennedy advisors Ted Sorenson and Walt Rostow, John E. Canady Jr. of NASA's Langley Research Center, film critics Joel Siegel, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.
Guests are Henry Kissinger who discusses his trip to China, a live interview from Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Yidan, Champion runner Bill Rogers, author Tom Wolfe and actor John Forsythe.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are former President Richard M. Nixon, Rev. Robert Schuller, comic Ernie Kovacs and singer Edie Adams.
Guest is actor Hal Linden.
Guests are Stephen King, John Cameron Swayze and William Rukeyser.
Guests are TV newscaster Bob Teague and Laura Brown director of the Women's Health Centre in Oakland, Calif.
Guests are actor Christopher Reeve and author Richard Dunlop.
Guests are author Richard Rashke, Holocaust survivor Selma Weinberg, Dr. Barbara Edelstein and Dean Daniel Tosteson of the Harvard Medical School.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are Abigail Van Buren, Maurice Gibb, Dick Schaap, Highes Rudd and players preview the World Series.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are Mrs. T.S. Elliot and composer Andrew Lloyd Weber preview the British stage production of "Cata". Topic includes, runaway children.
Guests are actress Jane Fonda, fitness expert Femmy Delyser demonstrates exercises for pregnant women, actor Jim Metzler and Dr. William Frey.
Guests are actress Shelley Duvall, author James Michener and Russell Baker of the New York Times.
Guests are Vice President George Bush, former First Lady Betty Ford, tennis stars Billie Jean King and Wilma Rudolph.
Guests are actors Peter O'Toole, Lee Horsley and Richard Benjamin. Disneyworld's Epcot Center.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are singer Dinah Shore, the Righteous Brothers, gossip columnists Liz Smith and Diana McLellan and Earl Weaver, baseball manager of the Baltimore Orioles.
Guests are actor Jon Voight, comedian George Kirby, talk show host Mike Douglas, Judson Hale editor of "The Old Farmer's Almanac" and football coach George Allen.
Guests are French actress-director Jeanne Moreau and talk show host Larry King.
Guests are singer Lou Rawls and author James S. Coleman.
Guests are actress Brooke Shields, British film director Trevor Nunn and choreographer Julian Lynn.
Topic includes, Drunk driving.
Guests are author Chris Bonington and race car driver Gordon Johncock.
Guests are French actress-director Jeanne Moreau, Dr. Barbara Edelstein and an interview with former football player Jim Brown.
Guests are actress Leslie Caron and Chef Julia Child.
Guests are singer Connie Francis, writer Dotson Rader and Marshall Loeb of "Money" magazine.
Guests are editor Marshall Loeb and film critic Joel Siegel.
Guests are actor Ray Walston, author Mortimer J. Adler and artists Avon and Ann Parker.
Guests are actress Debra Winger, author Susan Lane and Sen. Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii.
Guests are actresses Erin Gray and Ann Turkel, author John Irving, columnist Erma Bombeck and former Milwaukee Brewer Bob Uecker.
Guests are actress Adrienne Barbeau, Chef Julia Child and Dennis Green football coach of Northwestern University.
Guests are actor John Lithgow and tennis player Bonnie Gadusek. Topics include, stolen cars, new tax laws and the pros and cons of being related to a famous athlete.
Guests are Opera singer Beverly Sills, actor Richard Harris, fashion designer Bob Mackie, photographer Neil Leifer and economist Marshall Loeb. Topics include, Cost of college education and the new 767's.
Guest is Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan.