AIRED ON 5/27/2016
Season 2016 : Episode 20160527
TODAY AT 7AM
Season 2016 : Episode 20160530
Update on the Soviet downing of Korean Airlines Flight 007. Fall fashion knitwear. Men in music videos. Back to school (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are actors Kris Kristofferson and Treat Williams. Live coverage of the Space Shuttle "Discovery" launch. Back to school (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actor Michael Caine, actress Victoria Tennant and author James Michener. Launch of the Space Shuttle "Discovery". Back to school (Part 3 of 5).
Guest is actor Louis Jourdan. A report on vaccinations. Back to school (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are Country singer Ronnie Milsap and daredevil rock climber John Bachar. U.S. Open tennis update. Back to school (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are Country star Kenny Rogers, R&B performer Ray Charles and First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Guests are Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan, Vice President George Bush's wife Barbara and family and film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.
Guests are Shirley Temple Black, actor George Kennedy, The Statler Brothers, Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole, Sen. Robert Dole (R-KS) and Vice President George Bush.
Guests are actress Judith Ivey and singer-actor Rex Smith. Chronology of President Reagan's political career. Hawaii's 25th anniversary of statehood.
Guests are actress Kim Bassinger, Maureen Reagan, former Ambassador to Great Britain Anne Armstrong and Alf Landon. Olympic commercials.
Guest is singer-actress Bette Midler. Republican Convention preview. Dallas landmarks. Driving Test (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are magazine editor Marshall Loeb and McCall's "Reader of the Year", Diana Hindt. Driving Test (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actress Shari Belafonte-Harper, actor McLean Stevenson, comedian George Carlin and Dr. Richard Grossman on burn victims. Driving Test (Part 3 of 5).
Publishers' responsibilities. Soap Opera heroines. Driving Test (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are actor Tommy Lee Jones and horticultural expert John Peterson. Olympics wrap-up. Driving Test (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actors George Peppard and Craig T. Nelson, singer Ray Parker Jr. and marathon runner Alberto Salazar. Child summer safety (Part 5 of 5).
Guest is Chef Julia Child. Overcoming fears of flying. Child summer safety (Part 4 of 5).
Guests are actor James McNichol, John Dean, Charles Colson and G. Gordon Liddy talk about Watergate. U.S. Olympic boxing team. Child summer safety (Part 3 of 5).
Guests are actresses Morgan Fairchild and Susan Anton. Makeovers for women over 40. Child summer safety (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are singers Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. Child summer safety. Handwriting analysis in big business. Women in Olympic competition.
Guests are actress Vanessa Redgrave, singers Roberta Flack and James Brown discuss Harlen's Apollo Theater. Profile of Olympic marathon runner Grete Waitz.
Guests are singer Dinah Shore and singer-actress Susan Anton. Profile of the US Olympic volleyball teams. How to cope with moving to a new locale. Foods of Los Angeles.
Guests are actress Linda Hunt, singer Sheena Easton and actor Elliott Gould. A profile of the US Olympic men's basketball team.
Guest is actress Suzanne Somers. Profile of the men's US Olympic gymnastic team. Olympic pentathlon competitors. Unusual Los Angeles architecture. Vacationing on a hotel barge.
Guests are actor Christopher Reeve, Madeleine Potter, Edward Kennedy Jr. and Jeff Keith fundraisers for cancer research. U.S. Olympic swimming team profile.
Guests are actress Pamela Hensley, actors Larry Manetti and Thom Bray. Tobaccoless cigarettes. Preview of the Olympic opening ceremonies.
Guest is actress Brenda Vaccaro. New York's French Culinary Institute. Pressures of summertime parenthood (Part 2 of 2).
Guest is actor Michael Landon. Vacationing on the rivers of Europe. Los Angeles Landmarks. Pressures of summertime parenthood (Part 1 of 2).
Guest is actor Dick Van Patten. Israeli election results. Olympic coaches. Summer exercises.
Guest is actor Robert Carradine. U.A.W. and Postal Workers Union contract talks. Buying versus leasing cars. U.S. synchronized swimming Olympic team.
Guest is former baseball star Roger Maris. Upcoming summer films. Democratic National Convention wrap-up.
Guests are actress Angie Dickinson, actor Christopher Lambert and Pierre Salinger. Political speechwriting. Democratic National Convention reports.
Buying vs. leasing cars. Determining an expected baby's gender. Democratic National Convention reports.
Guests are Rev. Jesse Jackson, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, singer Jermaine Jackson and author Robert Ludlum. Democratic National Convention reports.
Guests are actor Michael Pare and actress Nancy Allen. Democratic Convention delegates.
Guest is actor Kirk Douglas. Preview of the Democratic Convention.
Guests are Miss Piggy and singer Dinah Shore.
Guest is film director Frank Oz. San Francisco after the Democratic Convention.
Guests are actress Ann Jillian, author Jackie Collins and former Vice President Walter Mondale.
Guests are actors Robert Walden, Daryl Anderson and Jack Bannon. Dr. Carl Sagan and Dr. Paul Horowitz on the search for extraterrestrial life.
Guests are cast members of "Fame". Teenage pregnancy (Part 2 of 2). Preventing drowning.
Pros and cons of adjustable rate mortgages. Swimming aids for children. Teenage pregnancy (Part 1 of 2).
Guests are singer Linda Ronstadt, Olympic skating champion Scott Hamilton and astronaut Robert Crippen. How Americans view the 4th of July. New patriotism in today's Army, filmed at Ft. Dix.
Guest is actress Sigourney Weaver. Fireworks safety. Swimming accidents.
Comparing President Reagan's campaign ads, 1980-84. Wimbledon report. Traveling with children.
Guests are Country singer-actress Dolly Parton (Part 4 of 4) and columnist Erma Bombeck. Report from the N.O.W. conference in Miami. Presidential campaign ads. New York street music.
Guest is Country singer-actress Dolly Parton (Part 3 of 4). Finances for the 80's (Part 4 of 4). A.T.&T. divestiture update. Failed athletes.
Guests are Country singer-actress Dolly Parton (Part 2 of 4) and pole vaulter Tom Hintnaus. Finances for the 80's (Part 3 of 4). Hertz Award winners. Santa Fe, N.M. travelogue.
Guests are Country singer-actress Dolly Parton (Part 1 of 4) and covergirl contest winner Tomilyn Richardson. A new personal computer. Finances for the 80's (Part 2 of 4).
Guests are actor Sylvester Stallone and Dolly Parton of "Rhinestone". Space Shuttle coverage. Wimbledon tennis report. Finances for the 80's (Part 1 of 4).
Guest is actor Sylvester Stallone (Part 2). The loss of a spouse (Part 5).
Guests are actor Sylvester Stallone (Part 1), food and restaurant critic Marion Burros and Dr. Timothy Johnson. The loss of a spouse (Part 4).
Guests are Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb and Country singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. The loss of a spouse (Part 3).
Guests are baseball player Reggie Jackson and author Gore Vidal. "Quebec '84" events. The loss of a spouse (Part 2).
The loss of a spouse (Part 1).
Guests are actor Eric Roberts and actress Veronica Hamel. Preview of 1985 automobiles.
Guests are actor Bill Murray, race car driver Lynn St. James and Olympic hurdler Edwin Moses. Asbestos in schools. U.S. Open update. Fathers' Day gift suggestions.
Guests are singer Lena Horne, Sugar Ray Leonard and his son Ray Jr. and music video director Bob Giraldi. Judith Grabar and Rochelle Levine discuss family relations.
Guests are actors Christopher Reeve and Patrick Duffy and Dr. Timothy Johnson. Drill sergeant exercises. Witness protection. U.S. Open update.
Guests are actress Glenda Jackson, Gloria Steinem and Lou Harris, Howard K. Smith and Tanya Yankelevich who discuss the plight of Soviet dissident Andre Sakharov. Olympic photography.
Guests are actor Jeremy Irons, actress Marilu Henner and Treasury secretary Donald Regan. Donald Duck's 50th anniversary.
Guest is actress Mary Martin. London economic conference. Mothers of American Olympic athletes.
Primary results. D-day commemorative ceremonies.
Preview of the California and New Jersey primaries. Former American soldiers revisit Normandy Beach.
Guest is singer Aretha Franklin. Consumer electronics show. Children of Belfast and Irish music.
Guest is St. Louis Cardinal catcher Darrell Porter. Missing children report. Ireland and Irish families.
Guest is Chef-author Pierre Franey.
Guests are Norwegian marathoner Grete Waitz, The Go-Go's and singer Teddy Pendergrass (Part 2). Reports on today's solar eclipse.
Guests are actor Treat Williams and Frank Leuci, humorists Bob and Ray and singer Teddy Pendergrass (Part 1). Non-prescription pain killers.
Guests are actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy, baseball greats Hank Aaron, Frank Robinson and Joe Morgan who discuss black leadership in baseball and Mary Groda Lewis, from reform school to M.D.
Guests are comedians Tom Smothers and Dick Smothers. Summer consumer prices. Weekend entertainment tips.
Guests are actress Susan Lucci of "All My Children" and Phyllis George Brown, the U.S.O.'s Woman of the Year. A migrant worker/college graduate. A discussion on sun and skin cancer.
Guests are actresses Ellen Burstyn and Linda Blair and actors Max Von Sydow and Jason Miller talk about "The Exorcist". "Battered Women": Kathryn England convicted of killing her husband after suffering what she described as years of physical abuse and Joyce Hawthorne accused of killing her husband. Dr. Lenore Walker discusses spousal abuse.moreless
Guests are actors Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider and music video producer Bob Giraldi. Costs of administering justice.
Guests are actress Lana Wood and author Lester Turow. History of California wine making.
Guests are actor David Keith and columnist Erma Bombeck. Weekend entertainment tips. Making Babies: Childless couples (Part 5).
Guests are actor Robert Young and his wife Betty. Making Babies: Surrogate Mothers (Part 4 of 5).
Guest is actor Robert Young. Making Babies: invitro fertilization (Part 3). Report on the reopening of New York City's Museum of Modern Art. Travel report on the Yucatan.
Guests are actor Kirk Douglas, singer Linda McCartney and legal expert Arthur Miller. Results of the Country Music Awards.
Guest is Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole. Armed Forces Week. Making Babies: infertile couples (Part 1).
Guests are actors Raymond Burr, Mike Connors and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and Chef Alex Patout. Reports from New Orleans World's Fair.
Guests are actress Jane Fonda, actor Robert Young, actresses Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue and Lauren Chapin and actor Billy Gray of the 1950's TV series "Father Knows Best". A report on Louisiana's Cajun Country.
Guests are actor Tony Curtis and his wife Andrea Savio and singer-songwriter Paul Anka. Tuesday's primary results. Television commercial history.
Guests are actress Pamela Sue Martin and Television news history with David Brinkley, Walter Cronkite, George Cameron Swayze.
Guests are comedienne Lucille Ball, actress Drew Barrymore, comedians Milton Berle and Sid Caesar and singer Andy Williams and his daughter Noelle.
Guest is actor Paul Newman (Part 2).
Guests are actress Jill St. John, actor Paul Newman (Part 1) and political media expert Raymond Strother. Jobs for college graduates. Children's emergency phone book.
Guests are actress Cheryl Ladd and Rosalyn Carter (Part 3).
Guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones and her husband comedian Marty Ingels, Country star Loretta Lynn, actress Lisa Sliwa and Rosalyn Carter (Part 2). A 96-year-old woman who became a US citizen.
Guests are actress Terry Moore, Indiana State Representative Ken Snider and Rosalyn Carter (Part 1). U.S. - China trade.
Guests are actress Mariette Hartley, model-actress Christie Brinkley and singer Huey Lewis. Report on President Reagan's trip to China.
Guests are actresses Lee Grant and Barbara Eden. Report on President Reagan's trip to China.
Guests are singer-actress Diahann Carroll and former Secretary of the Interior James Watt and his wife Leilani. Report on President Reagan's trip to China.
Guests are actress Shirley MacLaine and actor Steve Guttenberg. Traveling to China.
Guests are Dick Francis, former jockey for Britain's Royal family and now a successful mystery writer and singer John Cougar Mellencamp. Job markets for June graduates. A report on organ donors.
Guests are Gospel singer Amy Grant and author Sloan Wilson. Hazards in coloring Easter eggs.
Guests are former first ladies Betty Ford, Lady Bird Johnson and Roslyn Carter. A report on baseball bubble gum and baseball cards.
Guests are historian James McGregor and author David Wallechinsky. A report on the San Antonio Fiesta. A look at the grizzly bear. Easter fashions for children.
Guests are actress Kathleen Turner, entertainer Jimmy Dean, authors Danielle Steele and Becky Parker, political satirists Mark Russell, Bob Orben and Mark Shields and marathon runner Bill Rodgers with results of the Boston Marathon.
Guests are IRS Commissioner Roscow Egger and Bill Rodgers with a Boston Marathon preview. Celebrity Croquet tournament. Prospects for college graduates.
Guests are actor Tim Hutton, cartoonist Bob Clampett and Country singer Charlie Daniels. On board a Trident nuclear submarine.
Guests are US Ambassador to Mexico John Gavin and advertising executive Gail Bronson. A report on Boy George. Coverage of the space shuttle landing.
Guest is actress Nancy Kulp. Steroids testing for Olympic athletes. Results of the Pennsylvania primary. A look at a leading paparazzi. An interview with Teacher of the Year.
A look at some of the nation's best hot dogs. A preview of the Philadelphia primary. An investigative study of the World War II Holocaust. Academy Award winners and losers. A report on breast cancer (Part 2).
Guests are actor David Hasselhoff and his wife actress Catherine Hickland. Presidential candidates ad campaigns. A report on breast cancer (Part 1).
Guests are actress Annette Funicello, Country star Kenny Rogers and his wife Marianne and Ted Kennedy Jr.
Guests are TV personality Bert Convy, authors Waitley Strieber and James W. Kunetka Homes of Hollywood celebrities. Current and future fads.
Guests are former press secretary Jody Powell and author Michael Medved. Results of the New York primary. Use of steroids in amateur athletics. Motion picture royalty of the past.
Guests are actress Lucille Ball, actor Tom Hanks, actress Alana Stewart and former baseball star Mickey Mantle. Richard V. Allen and James Watt discuss the Edwin Meese controversy. Preview of the New York primary. A motion picture studio that controls Hollywood.
Guests are actor Danny DeVito and his wife actress Rhea Perlman. Methods of preventing child abuse. Reports on Major League Baseball's opening day.
Guests are authors Sloan Wilson and William Least Heat Moon, political satirists Pat Paulsen, David Frye and Vaughn Meader. A look at Rural America (Part 5).
Guests are actor Rock Hudson, actress Jacqueline Bisset, author Richard Visuerle and financial writer Marshall Loeb, A look at baseball's defending champions, the Baltimore Orioles. A group of Denver athletes who want to become a professional baseball team. A look at Rural America (Part 4).
Guests are actor Michael Douglas, authors Becky Barker and Mark Harris. A look at Rural America (Part 3).
Guests are actor Robert Duvall and his wife, actor-comedian Carl Reiner and his wife and former baseball umpire Ron Luciano. Report on the Connecticut primary. A look at Rural America (Part 2).
Guests are football great Joe Namath and author William Least Heat Moon. A look at Rural America (Part 1).
Report on the nuclear industry. Tax deductible vacations. TV show fan clubs. Anti-alcoholism crusade.
Guest is actress Michelle Johnson. Rights of divorced parents. Effects of divorce on children. Unusual vacations. Spring clothes for men.
Guest is actress Stefanie Powers. A report on the Illinois primary results. Tax return guide books.
Guest is journalist William Rukeyser. A look at the Illinois primary. Meterologist Dave Murray with a Spring forecast. College vacation in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Home security products.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guests are actress Heather Locklear and Garrett FitzGerald, Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland. Spring fashions. Child development (Part 5).
Guests are actresses Lynda Carter and Michelle Johnson and legal expert Arthur Miller Pilot heroes who have guided malfuctioning aircraft to safety. Child development (Part 4).
Guests are Queen Noor, wife of Jordan's King Hussein. A look at student aid for colleges. Results of Super Tuesday primaries. Interviews with survivors with bouts of cancer. Child development (Part 3).
Guests are Broadway star Alfonso Riberio, author Stephen King, Country entertainers Mickey Gilley and Charlie McClain. Reports on the Super Tuesday primaries. Summer opportunities for children. Child development (Part 2).
Guests are Thomas Peters and Robert Waterman. Computer software. Child development (Part 1).
Guest is former baseball player Willie Stargell. Spring skiing.
Guest is singer-songwriter Carole King. Advertising test markets.
Guests are actress Melina Mercouri, Margaret Papandreau, advertising executives Michele Stonebreaker and Cindy Zeth. and winery owners Robert Mandavi and Baron Philippe de Rothchild.
Guests are TV producer Norman Lear, singer-composer Christine McVie and advertising executives John Smart, William Welter and Robert Haynes. New advances in kidney stone treatment. A report on Mardi Gras.
Guests are Mayor Ed Koch of New York City and Mayor Brian Lawlor of Bedford.
Guest is actress Ann-Margret. D-Day trips to Normandy.
A report on airlines and deregulation. Steve Fox looks at a special baby school. Joel Siegel with a movie review.
Guests are actress Elizabeth Taylor and comedian-actor Bill Cosby. Results from the New Hampshire primary. A report on The Grammy Awards. People who were born on February 29th.
Guest is Betty Ford. Report on the New Hampshire primary.
Guest is actor Rob Reiner. Report on presidential primary campaigns. Motion pictures in production. Elderly actors in commercials.
Guests are actor Ron Howard, Olympic medalist Bruce Jenner and sportscaster Curt Gowdy.
An interview with the pop group The Jacksons. Jack and Joan Hinckley, whose son shot President Reagan.
Guests are actor Desi Arnaz Jr., dancer-singer Chita Rivera and singer-actress Liza Minnelli. Interviews with children of Democratic presidential candidates. Report on wasteful lawsuits.
Guest is actress Lori Singer. Iowa democratic caucus report.
Guest is actor Charlton Heston. Preview of the Iowa Democratic Caucus.
Guests are actor Sylvester Stallone and Dolly Parton talk about their film "Rhinestone" and rock group Duran Duran. A report on Nuclear power industry.
Guests are actor John Lithgow, rock singer Adam Ant, fashion designer Mark Bohan and Dr. Timothy Johnson.
Guest is actress Jane Seymour. A report on a new premenstrual drug. A feature on apartments in a fish tank.
Hawaiian vacation motels. The family of Olympic medal winner Tamara McKinney.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Report on Olympic skier Cindy Nelson. The Beatles (Part 5 of 5).
Guests are Austrian skier Franz Klammer, sportscasters Frank Gifford and Bob Beattie. A look at The Beatles (Part 4). A report on the Olympic luge event.
Guest is consumer reporter John Stossel. Reports on former American ski stars Billy Budd and Jimmy Huega. A look at the Beatles (Part 3).
Guests are Jami Moore, William Ruckelshaus and The Beatles (Part 2 of 5).
Guests are tennis star Chris Evert Lloyd, economist Herb Stein and The Beatles (Part 1 of 5).
Guests are actor John Forsythe, sportscaster Roone Arledge, Kennedy Space Center director Dick Smith and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are actress Michelle Pfeiffer, actor Lee Majors, Chef Julia Child, Sportscaster Jim McKay, fashion reporter Phyllis George and White House Budge Director David Stockman. Olympic committee members Donna DeVarona and Mike Morgan.
Guests are actor Robert Wagner and Olympic medalists winners Cathy Rigby, Bob Beamon, Bruce Jenner and Buzz Schroeder.
Guests are President Ronald Reagan, actors Tom Selleck and Jack Klugman, actress Victoria Principal and Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).
Guests are actor Larry Hagman, singer-actress Cher, White House Chief of Staff James Baker, authors Lawrence Barrett and Mark Green and songwriter Ellie Greenwich.
Guests are former President Richard M. Nixon and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are actor Dudley Moore, newspaper editors Mary Anne Dolan and Peter McDonald and disc jockey Don Imus.
Guests are former President Jimmy Carter, boxer Marvin Hagler and consumer reporter John Stossel.
Guests are former President Gerald Ford, reporter Jeff Greenfield and Dr. Timothy Johnson.
Barbara Walters continues her guest-hosting for the week for the vacationing David Hartman. Guest is actress Angie Dickinson.
Guests are actress Marilu Henner, football stars Dick Butkus and Bubba Smith.
Guests are actor David Birney, Chef Julia Child and Dr. Timothy Johnson.
Guests are pop duo Chad and Jeremy and outgoing director of communications for the White House David Gergen.
Guests are actor Kurt Russell, sports reporter Dick Schaap and consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
Guest is actor Lorenzo Lamas.
Guest is columnist Erma Bombeck. A tribute to Cary Grant.
Guests are actors David Groh, Steve Bond and Tristan Rogers.
Guests are actress Cathy Lee Crosby, Bob Beattie and John Stossel.
Guests are actress Cybill Shepherd, nutrionist Robert Haas and fashion reporter Pat George.
Guests are actors Ted Danson and John Ritter and Barbara Bush.
Guests are actress Susan Lucci of "All My Children" and baseball player Dave Winfield.
Guests are Country singers Shelly West and Ronny Robins.
Guests are singers Phil and Don Everly, authors David Wallechinsky and Mary Sprouse. An interview with the survivors of the '83 Air Florida plane crash.
Guests are actor E.G. Marshall and media reporter Jeff Greenfield. Robert Half offers tips on finding a job in today's market.
Guests are actor Scott Glenn, Secret Service agent Ron Stevens and Dr. Timothy Johnson discusses diabetes.
Guests are Democratic presidential hopeful George McGovern, TV personality Dick Clark, singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel (Part 5).
Guests are former football player Burton Lawless, singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel (Part 4). A taped interview with Bob Hope.
Guests are Olympic hopefuls Judy Blumberg and Michael Siebert, singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel (Part 3). Jeff Greenfield takes a humorous look at the major news events of 1983.
Guests are Hodding Carter former State Department spokesman, singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel (Part 2).
Guests are actress Cynthia Sikes, singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.
Guests are actor Peter Billingsley, star of "A Christmas Story", Democratic presidential candidates Gary Hart, Reubin Askew and Ernest Hollings.
Guests are Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward.
Guests are actress Christina Ferrare and marathon runner Sister Marion Irvine.
Guests are actor George Peppard, Rev. Jesse Jackson and author Betty Friedan.
Guests are actress Brooke Shields and Country singer Loretta Lynn.
Guests are Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Reverend Billy Graham and actor Alan Alda and Arlene Alda. An update on two Korean children who came to the U.S, for heart surgery.
Guests are entertainer Liberace and Chef Julia Child. A review of "Scarface". The first Beatles record played in the U.S. Why women runaway from their husbands and families.
Guests are singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka and Dara Sedaka, Bill Silkwood, Karen's father and union leader and love interest Steve Woaka and Bill Tucker of "Penthouse" magazine. A look at the 1984 U.S. Olympic Hockey team. Top-selling Christmas toys (Part 2). A Dinah Shore cooking recipe.
Guests are actresses Meryl Streep and Cher of "Silkwood", actor Steven Bauer, actress Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Senator John Glenn (D-Oh). Joseph Pursch discusses Reagan administration initiatives to reduce drunk driving. A look at 10 very popular Christmas toys (Part 1).
Guests are actor Burt Reynolds, actor Alan Alda and his wife Arlene Alda, director Brian DePalma, singer Art Garfunkle, musician Jimmy Webb and Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole.
Guests are model Cheryl Tiegs and singer John Davidson. An interview from Poland with Lech Walesa.
Guests are actress Liv Ullman, actor Al Pacino and Arthur Miller.
Guests are "Cheers" stars Ted Danson and Shelley Long and British runner Sebastian Coe.
Guests are TV couple Susan Clark and Alex Karras. Barbara Walters discusses her interview with Johnny Carson. A report on how the break-up of ATandT will affect consumers. Women who marry for a second time. How to choose the right computer for a Christmas gift. How to buy a car (Part 2).moreless
Guests are George McGovern, actress Cynthia Sikes, Dallas stars Larry Hagman and Linda Gray.
Guests are Senator Gary Hart (D-Colo) and actress Loretta Swit.
Guest is TV personality singer-author Dinah Shore.
Hosts David Hartman and Joan Lunden.
Guest is comedian Rodney Dangerfield who talks about his TV special "I Can't Take It Anymore".
Guest is Mr. T of "The A-Team".
Guests are actor Emmanuel Lewis, Robert Muller U.N. Assistant Secretary General for Economic and Social Matters and Chef Julia Child.
Guests are Sports photographer Walter Iooss and Chef Julia Child with some delicious Thanksgiving recipes.
Guests are Prince Andrew of Great Britain, director Mark Rydell, President Chaim Herzog of Israel and Senator Alan Cranston.
Guests are former Governor John Connally of Texas and his wife (Part 2), Dean Rusk, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Pierre Salinger, Helen Thomas, Hugh Sidney and Cecil Stoughton.
Guests are former Governor John Connally of Texas and his wife recall the JFK assassination (Part 1). David Powers, Sander Vanocur, Theodore Sorenson, Jeff Greenfield and Lynn McTaggart talk about their associations with JFK.
Guests are actor Eric Roberts of "Star 80", Democratic presidential hopeful Reubin Askew, politicial gag writers Mark Russell, Mark Shields and Bob Orbin. Driving Test (Part 5). Segments on the TV movie "The Day After".
Guests are actress Mariel Hemingway of "Star 80", Chef Julia Child, Olympic medalist Bob Mathias and writer Phil Tracy. A National Smoke-Out Day Report. Driving Test (Part 4).
Guests are actor Mandy Patinkin of "Yentl" and singer-cookbook author Dinah Shore (Part 3). Driving Test (Part 3). Review of Barbra Streisand's "Yentl". The psychology of mass murder.
Guests are Olympic medalist Bruce Jenner, singer Dinah Shore (Part 2), makeup artist and photographer Michael Maron and Georgia Tech football coach Bill Curry. Driving Test (Part 2).
Guests are actress Amy Irving, actress Genie Francis and actor Anthony Geary of "General Hospital" and biographer Kitty Kelly.
Guests are actor Rex Harrison, historian James MacGregor Burns, exercise guru Richard Simmons and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (D-SC), actress Debbie Reynolds, actor Rex Harrison, figure skaters Peter and Kitty Carruthers, former Mayor Frank Rizzo of Philadelphia and author Barbara Gelb.
Guests are actresses Sigourney Weaver and Linda Evans, authors Shana Alexander and Joe McGinnis.
Guests are actress Jane Fonda and Dr. Timothy Johnson.
Guests are singer Dinah Shore, actor Scott Glenn and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are Senator Gary Hart (D-Colo), actor Nick Nolte, Miss America Vanessa Williams and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are actor Scott Glenn, actress Priscilla Barnes, musician Richard Carpenter and financial analyst Marshall Loeb.
Guests are actor Michael Caine and actress Julie Waters of "Educating Rita", entertainer Wayne Newton and musician Richard Carpenter.
Guests are comedian Richard Pryor, actors James Brolin and Kevin Kline, actress Madeline Kahn and Dr. Timothy Johnson. The 100th anniversary of the New York Horse Show. Joel Siegel reviews "Richard Pryor: Here and Now". A report from Los Angeles County Medical Examiner Thomas Noguchi.
Guests are actress Faye Dunaway, author Stephen King talks about the film "The Dead Zone", financial columnist Louis Rukeyser and humorist-author Erma Bombeck.
Guests are Senator Gary Hart, a Democratic presidential hopeful and Mark Green author of "Reagan's Reign of Error". A review of the movie "Educating Rita" with stars Michael Caine and Julie Waters. Erma Bombeck on educating with computers. The turnaround in the levels of crime and education at Andrew Jackson High School in Queens.moreless
Guests are Sammy Davis Jr. and Bill Cosby on their upcoming Broadway show. Richard Lamparski author of "Whatever Became Of ..." A teacher training program at the University of Texas at Austin. "Going for Gold"" hurdler Renee Felton.
Guests are actress Mary Kay Place of "The Big Chill", actor Nick Nolte of "Under Fire" and James K. Coyne on partnerships in education. A review of the movie "All the Right Moves". The Adopt-a-School program in San Diego, California which demonstrates how the private sector can become involved in education.moreless
Guests are actor Robert Urich and his wife actress Heather Menzies. John Goodad former dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education, on the importance of basics in education. Matthew Lipman of the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children on discussing philosophical issues early in the educational experience.
Guests are actor Robby Benson and his wife singer Karla DeVito.
Guests are journalist Hughes Rudd and Luciano Pavarotti on the Met's 100th anniversary. Author Jackie Collins and columnist Liz Smith on marriage in Hollywood. Julia Child's trip to Nice, France (Part 5): a three star restaurant. The new movie "The Right Stuff" (Part 5): test pilot Chuck Yeager. Floyd Patterson on the New York City Marathon.moreless
Guests are actor Cliff Robertson and actress Pamela Reed. Julia Child's trip to Nice, France (Part 4): a fish market and fish soup. "Going for Gold": women's volleyball. Marshall Loeb editor of Money Magazine on his book "Money Guide" (Part 1). The new movie "The Right Stuff" (Part 4).
Guests are The Oak Ridge Boys. Julia Child's trip to Nice, France (Part 3): fruit glaces. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Heart Like a Wheel". The new movie "The Right Stuff" (Part 3). Dr. Gregory O'Keefe of the National Health Service, who has been ordered to leave an island near Maine or resign.moreless
Guest is actor Dennis Quaid. Julia Child's trip to Nice, France (Part 2): a market and ratatouille. The 10th anniversary of the Arab oil embargo's start and a discussion of the possibility of a similar situation. The new movie "The Right Stuff" (Part 2). Dr. Timothy Johnson with hearing aids.
The new movie "The Right Stuff" (Part 1). Julia Child's trip to Nice, France (Part 1).
Guests are actress Cheryl Ladd of "Purple Hearts" and John Kenneth Galbraith. Joel Siegel reviews "Romantic Comedy". Advertising executive David Ogilvy (Part 3): political advertising. Dr. Timothy Johnson's discussion of anorexia and Cherry Boone O'Neill, a victim of the disease.
Guests are author and humorist Art Buchwald, singer Bonnie Tyler, actor Cliff Robertson and Chef Julia Child. A report on the World Series. A visit to Lake Placid, NY. Consumers' influence on advertising and the differences between advertising on network and cable TV.
David Hartman and his co-host First Lady Nancy Reagan with a special program concerning drug abuse in America. Segments include Vice President George Bush on efforts to stop the drug flow from other nations. Former San Diego Chargers football player Walt Sweeney on drugs in sports. Teenagers on peer pressure to take drugs, a study of drugs in the workplace and Joel Siegel's examination of drugs in the entertainment industry.moreless
Guests are actor Lou Gossett Jr., singer Juice Newton and TV newscaster Ernie Anastos author of "Twixt: Teens Yesterday and Today". Joel Siegel reviews the movie "Beyond the Limit". Highlights of the Country Music Association Awards. Advertising executive David Ogilvy (Part 2): TV advertising.
Guests are author Tom Wolfe, actress Bonnie Bedelia, actor Beau Bridges and advertising executive David Ogilvy.
Guests are actor Dudley Moore, actress Kim Basinger and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are actress Sophia Loren, actress Barbara Carrera of "Never Say Never Again" and author J.D. Salinger's son Matt. "Go For Gold": Olympic Hall of Fame inductees Wilma Rudolph, Don Schollander and Dick Button. A discussion of regular dental care for children.
Guests are former President Jimmy Carter, actor Sean Connery (Part 2), actor Cliff Robertson of "Brainstorm", Chef Julia Child and cosmetics entrepreneur Mary Kay Ash. Joel Siegel reviews "Beyond the Limit". The American Baseball League playoffs. Highlights of the Women Bodybuilders' World Championship.
Guests are actor Sean Connery (Part 1), actor Anthony Quinn and Dr. Timothy Johnson.
Guests are singer Robin Gibb, actor Robert Urich and his wife actress Heather Menzies, football star Joe Namath and columnist Erma Bombeck.
Guests are actor Christopher Walker of "Brainstorm" and columnist Erma Bombeck. The first anniversary of Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center. The first anniversary of the Tylenol killings. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Brainstorm". A report on "Voting for Democracy", a symposium organized by Harvard University and ABC to discuss declining participation by American voters. Vietnam veterans in prison (Part 3).moreless
Guests are actress Jill Clayburgh of "Hanna K", retiring Cincinnati Reds baseball player Johnny Bench and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Broadway impresario Joseph Papp on "A Chorus Line", about to become the longest running musical in Broadway history. "Go for Gold"" 1936 Gold Medal winner Helen Stephens. Vietnam veterans in prison (Part 2).moreless
Guests are actress Joan Collins and photographer Yousuf Karsh. A discussion of the gender gap by leaders of the Democratic and Republican National Committees. New York Senator Jacob Javits, the coach of the Olympic Ski Team. Review of the movie "The Big Chill". John Stossel discusses bank checks. Vietnam veterans in prison (Part 1).moreless
Guests are actor James Brolin, actresses Connie Selleca and Anne Baxter of Hotel, James Cagney and his biographer Doug Warren (Part 2). Dr. William J. Ledger on the importance of the Pap test. Political analyst Hal Bruno on presidential endorsements. New York Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry discusses the Downs Syndrome campaign.moreless
Guests are entertainer Danny Kaye, Norman Cousins and James Cagney and his biographer Doug Warren (Part 1).
Guests are singer Kim Carnes columnist Erma Bombeck and New York Times science editor Edward Fiske, author of "Select Guide to Colleges 1984-85" with representatives of two schools. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Cross Creek". Dr. Timothy Johnson, on new medicine (Part 5): endoscopes. Fall Vacation tips (Part 5): urban weekends. A discussion of the "Sesame Street" episode explaining Mr. Hooper's death.moreless
The Olympic segment "Go For Gold". Marion Behr and Wendy Lazar discuss women at home businesses. John Stossel talks about the effects of a full moon. Erma Bombeck syndicated columnist talks about her new book. Dr. Timothy Johnson, new medicine (Part 4). Fall Vacation tips (Part 4): New England Inns.
Guests are actor Michael Caine, singer Linda Ronstadt, Chef Julia Child, Radio Free Europe president James Buckley, Jane and Michael Stern authors of the book "Good Food", restaurant owners Nancy Aldrich and Grace Profitt the war between fast-food hamburger chains. Joel Siegel on the release of the "Flashdance" videocassette. Dr. Timothy Johnson, new medicine (Part 3). Fall Vacation tips (Part 3): California's Wine Country.moreless
Guests are actress Lynda Carter, artist Leroy Neiman on his new book "Winners" featuring paintings of athletes. Joel Siegel's review of the movie "Strange Invaders". Dr. Niels Lauerson, new developments in obstetrics and gynecology. Marni Klevan, high school student of the year. Dr. Timothy Johnson, new medicine (Part 2): ultrasound. Fall Vacation tips (Part 2): foliage trails.
Guests are actress Lana Turner and B.F. Skinner. Dr. Timothy Johnson, new medicine (Part 2). Fall Vacation tips (Part 1).
Guests are actress Lana Turner, Lucille Ball (Part 5): Bob Hope and Carol Burnett on Miss Ball's career. and writer feminist Gloria Steinem on her book "Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions". Jeff Greenfield on the new TV season (Part 2). Antiques appraiser Emyl Jenkins on treasures found at flea markets. Dr. Thomas Lickona and two parents on the adjustments faced by children first entering school or moving to a new school.moreless
The Olympics segment "Go For Gold" with track and field hopeful Sidney Maree. Jeff Greenfield on the new TV season (Part 1). Part 4 of an interview with Lucille Ball. Actor Ken Howard of the upcoming series "It's Not Easy". Trial lawyer Gerry Spence on his book "Murder and Madness: A True Story of Insanity and the Law".moreless
A preview of 1984 cars. John Stossel on the selection of the automobiles' names. Steve Birnbaum, a lower-rate inducement for frequent travelers. Part 3 of an interview with Lucille Ball and actor Richard Keith who played Little Ricky on "I Love Lucy". Grace Kelly's brother Jack and actress Rita Gam on the first anniversary of the Princess's death. Steve Fox examines the Miss America pageant and interviews some of this year's entrants.moreless
Guests are tennis star Martina Navratilova, actor Ben Kingsley, Part 2 of an interview with comedienne Lucille Ball and her daughter actress Lucie Arnaz, Vega$ star Robert Urich and his wife Heather Menzies.
Guests are Vice President George Bush and a week long interview with comedienne-actress Lucille Ball (Part 1).
Guests are actors Ben Murphy and Marshall Colt of the TV series "Lottery!". "30 Years of Prime-time TV" (Part 4): The Action Ladies with Anne Francis. Memorable TV theme songs. The importance of dreams with Dr. Martin Scharf. "Unemployment" (Part 5): the situation in the West and publisher John Naisbitt on job prospects for the future.moreless
Guests are actress Dyan Cannon, animal expert Roger Caras on the Yellowstone controversy involving campers and grizzly bears and Dr. Albert Strinkart on exercising while dieting. "Unemployment" (Part 4): the situation in the Midwest and a retiree and a person just entering the work force. "Go for Gold" a track and field competitor. "30 years of Prime-time TV" (Part 4): The Heroes, with Adam West, Van Williams and Kirby Grant.moreless
Guest is Ralph G. Martin author of "A Hero For Our Time: An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years". "Unemployment" (Part 3): advice for unemployed people over the age of 50. A final tally of summer movies. "30 years of Prime-time TV" (Part 2): The Kids, with Brandon Cruz, Angela Cartwright and Maureen McCormick. Two couples discuss the TV series "Two Marriages".moreless
Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) and author Jan E. Carson discuss employment. "30 years of Prime-time TV" (Part 1): with actors Robert Stack, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Ron Howard and Chuck Connors talk about prime-time television. "Unemployment" (Part 2).
A series on unemployment and work in America starts today, A discussion with Raymond Donovan, Secretary of Labor. Arthur Miller discusses right-to-work laws.