PM Magazine - Season 3

(ended 1991)


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Episode Guide

  • September 4, 1981
    September 4, 1981
    Episode 260

    Meet Dr. Harry Burger, a dentist whose office is aboard a 45-foot cruiser. Marian Ratnoff discovers a group designed to dispel confusion about generic drugs. Meet students of the Queen Prussia Charm School. Captain Carrot claims that certain Chinese foods help to decrease the chances of a heart attack.

  • September 3, 1981
    September 3, 1981
    Episode 259

    Investing in diamonds. Catch up with New York's wackiest roller skater. How amniocentesis can determine if an unborn baby is healthy. The latest in easy-to-use home exercise equipment.

  • September 2, 1981
    September 2, 1981
    Episode 258

    The 34th Annual International Jugglers Convention. Find out what pyramid power is all about. Chef Tell makes potatoes on the grill. How to save money for children's college education. Moss Man dines at the Old Stagecoach Inn.

  • September 1, 1981
    September 1, 1981
    Episode 257

    Hugh Downs dispells some myths about retirement. Lessons from a wheel chair tennis champion. A visit to a unique jewelry store. Teaching kids to be neat. Dangers of PCP.

  • August 31, 1981
    August 31, 1981
    Episode 256

    Mike Gorske with his collection of antique Penny Arcade machines. Rambling Willie a remarkable race horse. Chef Tell prepares gazpacho. Buz Myers takes a look at the future of Northern Ohio as seen through its horoscope. Simin Gharib reviews the film "First Monday in October".

  • August 28, 1981
    August 28, 1981
    Episode 255

    Discover how a surprise disaster drill can test the effectiveness of area fire departments. How different types of glue do different jobs. Captain Carrol claims that people can gain strength by gritting their teeth. How the American woman helped win World War II on the home front. Kid Leo features the rock group Classic Nouveau.

  • August 27, 1981
    August 27, 1981
    Episode 254

    Mary Strassmeyer, gossip columnist of The Plain Dealer. A Texas cow-calling contest. Saving money by using small appliances instead of the stove. All about sneezing. A mini-computer that calculates the number of calories a person uses.

  • August 26, 1981
    August 26, 1981
    Episode 253

    Behind the scenes at a fashion show introducing the Fall fashions of Jerry Silverman and Shannon Rogers. Mountain climbing in Kentucky's Blue Ridge Mountains. Investing in tax-free bonds. Moss Man visits the only mill in Ohio that makes custom cards and spins and weaves raw material.

  • August 25, 1981
    August 25, 1981
    Episode 252

    Two folktellers who travel across the country telling colorful tales. Roger Reynolds a young man making a miraculous recovery after a ski-diving accident. A wise buy on ballet and dance leotards. Preventing wrinkles and crow's feet. Visit the Alpine Alpa Restaurant.

  • August 24, 1981
    August 24, 1981
    Episode 251

    Music of the Western Reserve Pipe Band. Curtis Watkins, a painter who works under hypnosis. Chef Tell prepares a German fruit salad. Buz Myers with an astrology reading. Simon Gharib reviews the movie, "I Sent a Letter To My Love".

  • August 21, 1981
    August 21, 1981
    Episode 250

    Visit Scollon Productions, a company that makes animal character costumes for amusement parks. Buying back-to-school shoes for children. Susan Dunn who is blind, lives her life to the fullest. Stress and depression. Kid Leo features the rock group Duran Duran.

  • August 20, 1981
    August 20, 1981
    Episode 249

    The Ohio Senior Olympics. Chef Tell prepares sauce for salmon. Back-to-school immunization. Demonstration of a hot air blower that makes paint stripping a breeze.

  • August 19, 1981
    August 19, 1981
    Episode 248

    Meet one of the very last barn painters. Visit Pencil City, U.S.A. Visit to the Lo-Cal House. Investing in fine art.

  • August 18, 1981
    August 18, 1981
    Episode 247

    Go truffle hunting and discover how the great chefs turn little mushrooms into food fit for a king. Wise buys at North Hill Salvage. Ways to relax and fight stress. Mike Nemes explains what actually powers the sailplane. Moss Man rents a cabin on a working farm.

  • August 17, 1981
    August 17, 1981
    Episode 246

    A visit to a female boot camp. Meet a Swiss farmer who reports seeing alien spacecraft and taking pictures of beings on board. Chef Tell prepares cold poached salmon. Buz Myers discusses stress and tension. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Heavy Metal".

  • August 14, 1981
    August 14, 1981
    Episode 245

    U.S. Wrist Wrestling Championship. Meet a mailman who risks his life daily to deliver mail to isolated bayou communities. A wise buy on tuna. Kid Leo features the rock sound of Visage.

  • August 13, 1981
    August 13, 1981
    Episode 244

    A visit with Daffy Dan custom T-shirt printer. Meet some people who have had near death experiences. A wise buy on children's clothes. Captain Carrot shows you how hot, spicy foods are good for your lungs. Moss Man takes a walk along the shortest street in America.

  • August 12, 1981
    August 12, 1981
    Episode 243

    Frank Schroeder displays his amazing collection of streetcar memorabilia. Chef Tell makes a veal dish. Michael Reynolds, architect, uses 20th century trash to build homes for the future. Moss Man dines at the Maison Martel.

  • August 11, 1981
    August 11, 1981
    Episode 242

    A visit to the Cracker Jack factory in Chicago. Attend a wedding performed in a discount store. Tips on how to save gas. Thyroid problems. A variety of fold-up tables.

  • August 10, 1981
    August 10, 1981
    Episode 241

    Visit the West Shore Ski Club and meet a group of enthusiasts who make waterskiing look easy. Chef Tell makes German apple cake. Meet the founder of Celestial Seasoning and discover how the multi-million-dollar industry got started. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Victory".

  • August 7, 1981
    August 7, 1981
    Episode 240

    Meet Tanya Simkovitch in women's bodybuilding competition. How to relieve a toothache. A recipe for homemade pesticides. Kid Leo features the pop group Spandau Ballet.

  • August 6, 1981
    August 6, 1981
    Episode 239

    A visit to the African Lion Safari in Port Clinton, Ohio. Unusual tips to save gasoline. Dr. Suppes talks about corns and callouses. A futuristic cooker. How television has brought about a global family reunion.

  • August 5, 1981
    August 5, 1981
    Episode 238

    A visit with music man Gene Justice. Meet Will Vinton, famed filmmaker of animated figures. A fabulous way to save for retirement. Moss Man visits the Red Fox Inn's wine cellar.

  • August 4, 1981
    August 4, 1981
    Episode 237

    The campaign to sell a new idol to America's teenagers. An all-female Marine boot camp. A visit with singer-actor Michael Damian. Why pink is a calming color. Linda Harris rides horseback on a Moroccan beach.  Steve Carney makes a tire swing.

  • August 3, 1981
    August 3, 1981
    Episode 236

    Special techniques involved in piloting a hot air balloon. A visit to the Winter Park sinkhole in Florida. Chef Tell prepares Hungarian chicken. Buz Myers with the link between astrology and your diet. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Tarzan, the Ape Man".

  • July 31, 1981
    July 31, 1981
    Episode 235

    A visit with a baby penguin who has been raised by human parents. Meet bullfighter-clown Rick Champman. Captain Carrot asks how much salt it needed in a diet. Randy Malick has tips for keeping food fresh in muggy weather. Jerry Baker on bonsai tree cultivation. Joan Embery introduces two Himalayan black bear cubs.

  • July 30, 1981
    July 30, 1981
    Episode 234

    A visit to Nelson Ledges Road Racing Drivers School. Save energy with glass window blocks. A talk with America's best-known radio voice, Paul Harvey. Chef Tell prepares peach melba. Dr. Suppes discusses glaucoma. The latest in outdoor gear.

  • July 29, 1981
    July 29, 1981
    Episode 233

    A talk with psychic Jay Bell who tells the future. Crede Calhoun demonstrates some pioneer survival techniques. Chef Tell prepares Chicken Kiev. Dr. Wasco on correcting jaw problems. Cathie Mann meets a celebrity photographer.

  • July 28, 1981
    July 28, 1981
    Episode 232

    Members of St. Helen's Unicycle Team are interviewed. A look at top-notch skydivers. A wise buy on ladies furs and clothes. The astrological year ahead for Leos. Moss Man dines a Cleveland Crate and Truckin' Co.

  • July 27, 1981
    July 27, 1981
    Episode 231

    Dr. Robert Waltz explains how photography can affect hospitalized patients. Chef Tell makes sweet German sauerkraut. More about the Royal couple. A review of the movie "The Eye of the Needle". Moss Man rides the Alpine Slide at Mad River Mountain near Bellefontaine, Ohio.

  • July 24, 1981
    July 24, 1981
    Episode 230

    The Rocky River Off-Shore Sailing School, one of the ten best sailing schools in the country. Bubba Prehoda, eight-year-old marathon runner who trains by running at least 50 miles a week. How to stay away from get-rich-quick schemes. Accu-pinch to relieve muscle cramps. Selecting eggs.

  • July 23, 1981
    July 23, 1981
    Episode 229

    An interview with soap opera actress Lizbeth MacKay who plays Leora Sanders on "All My Children", whose home life is far different from her characters. Kathy Clossin, a woman who wears live bees as either a beard or a bonnet. Meet Jay Armes a real life cross between the Green Hornet and James Bond. Chef Tell prepares a colorful vegetable platter. Dr. Suppes discusses blisters. Joyce Kulhawik discovers a solar thermos.

  • July 22, 1981
    July 22, 1981
    Episode 228

    Visit football star Jack Lambert at his summer boys camp in Ohio. Meet Robert Molnar, a designer who cuts the cost of clothing by making them out of paper. Chef Tell prepares a vegetable platter. Family counseling services. Kid Leo features Frankie and the Knockouts.

  • July 21, 1981
    July 21, 1981
    Episode 227

    Don Drumm, artist who uses industrial materials to create art objects. Discover a police team that robs banks to train employees in handling those situations. Diaper service vs disposable diapers. Dining at Ohio Village's Colonel Crawford Inn.

  • July 20, 1981
    July 20, 1981
    Episode 226

    Focus on an extensive six week training program for the electric company's trouble-shooting linemen. Feature on superstar Diana Ross. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Arthur".

  • July 17, 1981
    July 17, 1981
    Episode 225

    Jim Finerty tries the sport of windsurfing. Meet Weird Al Yankovic, who plays the world's only rock 'n' roll accordian. Wise buys on home computers. A balanced diet may counteract natural poisons. How to press flowers and preserve them for decorating.

  • July 16, 1981
    July 16, 1981
    Episode 224

    A visit to the Viking Long House on South Bass Island. Meet a survivor of the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. A shop that converts vehicles into diesel fuel. Treatment and prevention of sunburn. A store in Ohio City that sells only prints of Cleveland.

  • July 15, 1981
    July 15, 1981
    Episode 223

    A visit with Mike Malone, director of Performing Arts at Karamu House. Chef Tell makes East Indian rice salad. Meet Rev. Billy Graham at home. Silver as an investment. Kid Leo features Kim Carnes.

  • July 14, 1981
    July 14, 1981
    Episode 222

    Meet Jean Warren hunts for treasures with a metal detector. A visit with Bob and Ann Fehn, who have adopted Korean triplets. A wise buy on food and furniture at Ohio Freight. Buz Myers tells how the eclipse of the moon will affect Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn. Moss Man dines at Dirty Annie's Saloon.

  • July 13, 1981
    July 13, 1981
    Episode 221

    A visit with a local boy scout troop to the Mosquito Creek Wildlife area. a talk with "Boom Boom" Koske, who makes his living as a human bomb. Chef Tell makes a rangy cold tomato soup. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "S.O.B." Moss Man discovers the summer activities around Indian Lake.

  • July 10, 1981
    July 10, 1981
    Episode 220

    Jim Finerty takes a ride in one of the last remaining Ford Tri-Motor planes in the country. America's best barbershop quartets. Tips on grill cooking.

  • July 9, 1981
    July 9, 1981
    Episode 219

    A talk with animal trainer and entertainer Jungle Larry. A visit to a Mechanical Marvel Marathon. The symptoms and treatment of an overactive thyroid. Discover a store that carries big and tall men's clothes.

  • July 8, 1981
    July 8, 1981
    Episode 218

    A visit to the Kerr House which has been revitalized and made into a private health resort. How to conquer the fear of flying. Chef Tell shows how to fillet fish. Gold as an investment. Kid Leo features Donny Iris.

  • July 7, 1981
    July 7, 1981
    Episode 217

    How to restore an old dilapidated dwelling like the Kerr House in Grand Rapids, Ohio. Meet Liz Landers who cares for expectant horses and sees them through delivery. Buz Myers talks about pets born under the sign of Cancer.

  • July 6, 1981
    July 6, 1981
    Episode 216

    Cathy Brugett takes part in the world's greatest bathtub race. A look at the backstage world of Las Vegas showgirls. Tips on saving energy while using your washer and dryer.

  • July 3, 1981
    July 3, 1981
    Episode 215

    A visit to Mt. Rushmore. What to do if your credit cards are lost or stolen. Why many company presidents have less stress than their secretaries. Tips on photographing people.

  • July 2, 1981
    July 2, 1981
    Episode 214

    Training to compete in men's gymnastics. shopping trip on the Rue De Faubourg Saint Honore - home of Paris' top fashion designers. Chef Tell makes barbecued ribs. Lynn Charles shows how to plan a party for 500 people and save money on party favors.

  • July 1, 1981
    July 1, 1981
    Episode 213

    Meet Michael Longley, an eight-year-old concert pianist. People working on the Alaskan pipeline. Chef Tell prepares fish on a barbecue grill. What a certified public accountant is able to do for people. Kid Leo features Joe Dolce.

  • June 30, 1981
    June 30, 1981
    Episode 212

    Shirley Einbund, the director of a Mt. Sinai program for cancer patients, "I Can Cope". An interview with actress Sally Field reviews her career since her "Gidget" days. A discount store called Sizes Unlimited

  • June 29, 1981
    June 29, 1981
    Episode 211

    Bill Ellis, creator of the Windward Bound Program for troubled children. A grandfather who became a top model. Photo-electric cells can save money and energy when used for outdoor lighting. Simin Gharib reviews the James Bond movie "For Your Eyes Only". Moss Man visits Blossom Music Center to look at their summer schedule.

  • June 26, 1981
    June 26, 1981
    Episode 210

    Meet Jim Bailey who impersonates great lady singers such as Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand. Meet a professional blackjack gambler. Discover a program that uses military helicopters as air ambulances. Tips on photographing buildings and landscapes. Joan Embery introduces some ostriches.

  • June 25, 1981
    June 25, 1981
    Episode 209

    A look at the officers of the Cleveland Police Department's Motorcycle Unit. Jennifer Laumen, the young woman chosen by a top modeling agency as "The Face of the 80's". Chef Tell prepares chicken curry soup. Dr. Suppes discusses a temporary paralysis of the face called Bell's Palsy. Lynn Charles visits a flag shop.

  • June 24, 1981
    June 24, 1981
    Episode 208

    Jim Finerty meets Scott Hamilton, 1981 Mens Figure Skating World Champion. Go-carts equipped with wings. Kid Leo features the Concerts for Kampuchea.

  • June 23, 1981
    June 23, 1981
    Episode 207

    Jim Finerty meets hundreds of young people who spend their summers living and working at Cedar Point. A talk with the four Sudesik children all of whom are geniuses. A store that charges $11.90 for all of the shoes they carry. Moss Man dines at the Great Expectations restaurant in Medina.

  • June 22, 1981
    June 22, 1981
    Episode 206

    Visit to Hale Farm Schoolhouse and a look at education in the 1820's. Actor Christopher Reeve puts his flying experience to use when he portrays Superman. The pros and cons of using solar heat in a greenhouse. Simin Gharib reviews "Superman II". Moss Man takes a country-western vacation at the Black Bull Rodeo Park in Atwater,Ohio.

  • June 19, 1981
    June 19, 1981
    Episode 205

    Visit Hallmark headquarters in Kansas City and see what goes into the making of greeting cards. Find out about contact lenses that can be worn for twenty four hours. A visit to the Geauga County Airport to view one of the only totally restored P-51's in the country. Advice on taking better photographs.

  • June 18, 1981
    June 18, 1981
    Episode 204

    Discover a unique inner city school. Meet Jazzercise founder Judi Missett. Chef Tell prepares a cold corn salad. Dr. Suppes talks about chronic hoarseness and its dangers. A sticker that can save a life.

  • June 17, 1981
    June 17, 1981
    Episode 203

    A mock trial at Case Western Reserve University Law School. A visit with Rosanna and Franco Giannini and their sextuplets in Soci, Italy. Chef Tell prepares stuffed tomatoes with leftover vegetables. A new form of life insurance. Kid Leo features Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

  • June 16, 1981
    June 16, 1981
    Episode 202

    Cathy Brugett visits a chandlery on the Cuyahoga River. Meet a modern day teepee dweller. Moss Man visits Anthony's Plum in Fairlawn.

  • June 15, 1981
    June 15, 1981
    Episode 201

    Cleveland Indian pitcher Mike Stanton. A visit to a Mercedes Benz factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Clash of the Titans". Fishing for trout in Medina.

  • June 12, 1981
    June 12, 1981
    Episode 200

    The music of "Berlin", a husband and wife team with a different sound. The Worth Company, largest manufacturer of baseball bats and balls in the world. Octane ratings in gasoline. Peanut butter to prevent choking. Advice on painting around windows.

  • June 11, 1981
    June 11, 1981
    Episode 199

    The TEAM approach - Together Each Accomplishes More - at the special Burn Unit in Cleveland Metro General Highland View Hospital. Discover the acapella sound of urban America. Maintaining an air conditioner. What's new in picnic ware.

  • June 10, 1981
    June 10, 1981
    Episode 198

    Kenston High School's program in food service management. Dave Rigby, the leader of the Masters of Disaster, attempts a world record car jump. Kid Leo looks at Elvis Costellos' changing attitude toward his fans.

  • June 9, 1981
    June 9, 1981
    Episode 197

    Meet John Shipp and Lisa Brown, two of the newest stars of "The Guiding Light". Meet a physician who treats his patients with herbal remedies. A good buy on haircuts and perms at the Future Directions in Berea. Dining at Noggin's in Shaker Heights.

  • June 8, 1981
    June 8, 1981
    Episode 196

    Visit to Color 1 Associations, a company that shows people colors that are best for them. Meet two Sumo wrestlers for a look at the ancient Japanese sports. Chef Tell prepares an unusual egg salad. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Atlantic City". Boats for rent at Romps' in Vermilion.

  • June 5, 1981
    June 5, 1981
    Episode 195

    Meet Mark Irwin, a man who cares for injured and orphaned birds. Baltimore's Tough Guys and Girls contest. Life on the Pacific Island paradise of Bora Bora. Jerry Baker on lawn mower safety. Captain Carrot on the good and bad of carrots. Joan Embery follows a herd of rare deer.

  • June 4, 1981
    June 4, 1981
    Episode 194

    An interview with Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Mike Peters. A look at the 101st Airborne Assault Group and their 10 toughest days in the Army. Dr. Suppes discusses why some men lose their hair. A visit to Engine 21, a fireboat docked on the Cuyahoga River.

  • June 3, 1981
    June 3, 1981
    Episode 193

    Visit Cleveland's Vocational Guidance and Rehabilitation Services. An interview with novelist Harold Robbins. Kid Leo features Journey.

  • June 2, 1981
    June 2, 1981
    Episode 192

    Meet Jack Yarsa who has been a softball pitcher for 53 years. A scientist who has made a safe home for nearly extinct tigers, leopards and jaguars. Moss Man visits a saloon in Parma.

  • June 1, 1981
    June 1, 1981
    Episode 191

    Baby food expert Stephanie Furst offers recipes for kiddie cuisine. An interview with John Phillips and his daughter Mackenzie Phillips about how they are recovering from drug addiction. Chef Tell cooking pork with red peppers. Simin Gharib reviews "This Is Elvis". Meet tour group called Bike Ohio.

  • May 29, 1981
    May 29, 1981
    Episode 190

    Meet the Glaesel family who has been making stringed instruments for over 250 years. How poisonous snake venom could help save lives in the future. Advice for lazy gardeners. Buying an instamatic camera.

  • May 28, 1981
    May 28, 1981
    Episode 189

    Meet winners of the 62nd Annual May Show. Joyce Weston, a photographer with a unique angle on art. Tips on how to care for water gardens. Dr. Suppes with the rare but frightening ocular migrane headache.

  • May 27, 1981
    May 27, 1981
    Episode 188

    Features on an American family's adjustment to life in the Republic of China. A wedding in which three sisters married three brothers. Using electricity to increase the healing of bone fractures. Chef Tell shops for Brie cheeses. Beverly Sassoon on foot care. Cathie Mann visits a company that makes police cars for movies and TV shows.

  • May 26, 1981
    May 26, 1981
    Episode 187

    Meet Olympic gold medalist Eric Heiden. An interview with weight loss guru Richard Simmons, the Pied Piper of Pounds. Jerry Baker with tips on how to keep garden pests away. Treasure hunting off the Florida Keys. Captain Carrot on how much weight a pregnant woman should gain. Frank Comella talks about fruits and vegetables.

  • May 25, 1981
    May 25, 1981
    Episode 186

    A visit with Ohio Congresswoman Mary Rose Oakar. An interview with actor Lou Ferrigno of "The Incredible Hulk". Chef Tell cooks broccoli. Dr. Wasco on calorie counting. Take a cruise on the Princess Marguerite. Veronica Henry takes us to an 1850's house. Tasty flowers to grow with vegetables and herbs. A behind-the-scenes look at the wedding preparations of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.

  • May 22, 1981
    May 22, 1981
    Episode 185

    Discover the Vector, a human powered vehicle. An interview with actress Mary Crosby of "Dallas". Benefits of the new long-distance telephone system. Cleaning canvas shoes.

  • May 21, 1981
    May 21, 1981
    Episode 184

    A cosmetic surgeon who has "remodeled" his 55-year-old wife. An interview with costume and fashion designer Edith Head. A look at the Feingold Diet for hyperactive children. Chef Tell on blue cheeses. Judi Missett has shape-up jazzercises. Joyce Kulhawik features a 3-screen TV and a 76-tune carhorn.

  • May 20, 1981
    May 20, 1981
    Episode 183

    A visit to the smallest telephone company in Ohio. An interview with Ringo Starr. Chef Tell on growing tomatoes. A review of some overlooked benefits of social security.

  • May 19, 1981
    May 19, 1981
    Episode 182

    An interview with model Cheryl Tiegs. Discover a tank-of-gas getaway to Africa at the North Carolina Zoo. Captain Carrot on wok cooking. Linda Harris visits a Mississippi riverboat. Join a local group of brave UFO trackers.

  • May 18, 1981
    May 18, 1981
    Episode 181

    A visit with the great chefs of a Caribbean cruise line. An anti-rock music revival. Chef Tell makes German potato salad. Dr. Wasco on the best sources of vitamins. Visit the home of Ruther B. Hayes in Freemont. Simin Gharib reviews a movie based on John Lennon's death "The Fan".

  • May 15, 1981
    May 15, 1981
    Episode 180

    Meet Candid Camera creator Allen Funt. A visit to London's famous wax museum Madame Tussaud's. Journey through the kitchens of Stouffer's. How to plant seedlings for cabbage and brussel sprouts. Captain Carrot on exercise for "Type A" persons. Joan Embery introduces some African pack dogs.

  • May 14, 1981
    May 14, 1981
    Episode 179

    An interview with actress Suzanne Somers. The widow of aviation wizard Bill Lear sees his last major jet design through to completion. Chef Tell prepares Sabayon. Judi Missett has jazzercises to put color in your cheeks. Joyce Kulhawik has gardening gadgets.

  • May 13, 1981
    May 13, 1981
    Episode 178

    A woman who won her own island in a contest. A visit with a cancer victim who is being treated with interferon. Chef Tell shops for broccoli. Beverly Sassoon on "rag curls".

  • May 12, 1981
    May 12, 1981
    Episode 177

    A look at a lady who's Hollywood dream came true by winning a look-alike contest. Mentalist Uri Geller demonstrates his psychic powers. Mary Gregori builds an indoor patio. Captain Carrot on how long you should exercise. Linda Harris samples Cajun cooking in New Orleans.

  • May 11, 1981
    May 11, 1981
    Episode 176

    A visit to the set of M*A*S*H to discover the show's secret for its long-run success. Meet rock group REO Speedwagon. Chef Tell prepares swordfish. Myths about sugar. Take a close up look at making a record.

  • May 8, 1981
    May 8, 1981
    Episode 175

    Captain America Jones performs a death-defying stunt. A school that helps youngsters adjust to a new baby. Captain Carrot on aspirin and athletes.

  • May 7, 1981
    May 7, 1981
    Episode 174

    A visit with Country singers Glen Campbell and Tanya Tucker. A Catholic priest's weekly faith-healing service. Chef Tell makes an almond pear tart. Judi Missett has jazzercises for swimmers and surfers. Joyce Kulhawik has items for bicyclists.

  • May 6, 1981
    May 6, 1981
    Episode 173

    A behind-the-scenes look at Newscenter 8 in the making of the news. Meet Moulton Taylor, inventor of a flying automobile. Saving energy by using lawn and power tools. Buying a home with Equity Participation Financing.

  • May 5, 1981
    May 5, 1981
    Episode 172

    Rita Jenrette's whirlwind press tour. The ex-wife of a congressman involved in the ABSCAM scandal. Hunting rare mushrooms in the backwoods of Missouri. Mary Gregori builds storage cubes. Captain Carrot on new diets for diabetics. Linda Harris goes boating on a Louisiana bayou.

  • May 4, 1981
    May 4, 1981
    Episode 171

    Jody Eshbaugh, making housework fun. An interview with Ed McMahon. Chef Tell prepares scallops. A review of the film "Heaven's Gate".

  • May 1, 1981
    May 1, 1981
    Episode 170

    Meet "Dukes of Hazzard" star John Schneider. The maiden voyage of a replica of a 10th century Viking sailing ship. Jerry Baker on debugging fruit trees. Captain Carrot on a daily 20 minute shape up program. Joan Embery introduces the spine-covered hedgehog. A visit to Guilford Battleground where thousands re-enact the Battle of Guilford Courthouse.

  • April 30, 1981
    April 30, 1981
    Episode 169

    Meet DNR, a group of physician musicians from the Cleveland Clinic. Selma Glasser, a woman who spends most of her time entering and winning contests. How to boogie your way to fitness. Spring house cleaning with the Mighty Maids.

  • April 29, 1981
    April 29, 1981
    Episode 168

    Dr. Garren Weiker, orthopedic surgeon discusses the new field of dance medicine. Report on Mexico, a land of hidden riches filled with tremendous supplies of oil and gas. Individual Retirement Accounts. Kid Leo features The Sherbs.

  • April 28, 1981
    April 28, 1981
    Episode 167

    Jim Finerty joins the 910th Tactical Fighter Group as they fly on a practice combat mission. Meet the glamorous showgirls of Atlantic City. Buz Myers with an astrological reading for Taurus.

  • April 27, 1981
    April 27, 1981
    Episode 166

    Gardenview Horticultural Park with a spectacular array of plants and flowers. A report on the tragic death of Lee Taylor during his attempt to break the world water speed record. A review of the movie "Caveman" starring Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach. Visit to a mozzarella cheese factory.

  • April 24, 1981
    April 24, 1981
    Episode 165

    Meet professional belly dancer Basha. How colleges scout for sports superstars. A wise buy on handbags. All about the pacemaker. How to grow sprouts.

  • April 23, 1981
    April 23, 1981
    Episode 164

    Members of the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival observe Shakespeare's 417th birthday. Dangerous mountain rescues in Switzerland. Saving energy with landscaping. The Trapezoid Boutique, fashionable gauze fashions.

  • April 22, 1981
    April 22, 1981
    Episode 163

    An interview with actress Valerie Harper. A rock 'n' roll fantasy at a 50's music revival. Chef Tell prepares Turban of sole. Dr. Wasco on a hospital with maternity cottages. Cathie Mann meets a top Hollywood monster make-up artist. Kid Leo features Phil Collins.

  • April 21, 1981
    April 21, 1981
    Episode 162

    Andy Dupress, harpsichord craftsman from Milan, Ohio. Meet Harry Shay, producer of popular 1928 Model A Ford replicas. The meaning of life for people over 40. Dining at the Pufferbelly.

  • April 20, 1981
    April 20, 1981
    Episode 161

    Madhatters' Canoe Club competing in an eight-mile river course. New York's Guardian Angels, a young vigilante group that patrols the city's subways. Chef Tell on artichokes. Dr. Wasco on poisoning emergencies. Visit a candy store that features giant chocolate sculptures.

  • April 17, 1981
    April 17, 1981
    Episode 160

    New York's 90-year-old unfinished Cathedral of St. John the Divine. An interview with actor Walter Matthau. Chef Tell makes a delicious pear tart dessert. Captain Carrot on helping kids quit smoking. A tour to look for the places haunted by the spirits of Philadelphia's past. Joan Embery with a rare mini-panda.

  • April 16, 1981
    April 16, 1981
    Episode 159

    Meet a curator of live animals and discover his approach to teaching the public a respect for wildlife. Authors Tom and Sharon Curtis and the unique formula for cranking out a popular paperback every eight months. Chef Tell with slicing an onion without tears. Jazzercise for the back and shoulders. Shopping for gourmet goodies at Whitefeather Farms.

  • April 15, 1981
    April 15, 1981
    Episode 158

    Visit to Cambridge Candies in Mayfield Heights. Visit to the exotic Clinique Prairie in Switzerland, better known to wealthy jet-setters as the fountain of youth. Chef Tell gives hints on buying carrots. Beverly Sassoon has some exercises to do in bed. A look at solar homes. Kid Leo features the rock group Loverboy.

  • April 14, 1981
    April 14, 1981
    Episode 157

    Meet a 16-year-old who is the top female pistol shooter in the nation. PM looks at a man who's out to conquer his fear of dentists in a unique manner.

  • April 13, 1981
    April 13, 1981
    Episode 156

    A wild turkey hunt with naturalist Lew McClure. What's behind the fascinating stage image of rock superstar Ted Nugent. Meet Father Bruce Ritter, founder of Covenant House, a refuge for runaway children. A film review of "Modern Romance".

  • April 10, 1981
    April 10, 1981
    Episode 155

    Meet America's best known physical fitness advocate Jack LaLanne. Visit a medical center devoted entirely to saving the lives of newborn babies. Captain Carrot on rocking away lower back pain. Joan Embery shows rare birds at feeding time.

  • April 9, 1981
    April 9, 1981
    Episode 154

    Pete Birow, a man who uses other people's trash to make original creations. The use of acupuncture as a healing art. Jazzercise to help flexibility. Custom-made sweater coats.

  • April 8, 1981
    April 8, 1981
    Episode 153

    Meet Eric Gregg baseball umpire whose style has made him a favorite with fans. Visit to the Ohio State Agricultural Institute. Chef Tell prepares pasta e fagioli. Kid Leo features performer Randy Meisner.

  • April 7, 1981
    April 7, 1981
    Episode 152

    The Firestone High swim team, ranked third un the country by Swimming World magazine. How to turn an ordinary person into a preppy. Discover two new restaurants at Shaker Square, Vernon's and Pier East.

  • April 6, 1981
    April 6, 1981
    Episode 151

    Jim Finerty goes behind-the-scenes at the Cleveland Opera Company's performance of Naughty Marietta. A look at a robot named Squeezy. Visit Taxco, Mexico's city of silver. A review of the film "The Postman Always Rings Twice". Easter bunnies in Strongsville.

  • April 3, 1981
    April 3, 1981
    Episode 150

    Interview with handicapped actress Suzi Gilstap a paraplegic teenager who learned to fly in the movie "Skyward". Meet Dr. John Bastyr, a natruopathic physician, who claims that the body responds to the medicinal value of herbs. A look at the "Water Wars". Pet Pigs.

  • April 2, 1981
    April 2, 1981
    Episode 149

    Discover Gym Rompers, a new program designed to introduce young children to gymnastics. Learn how rare black pearls can be grown. Chef Tell with swiss chocolate. Jazzercise done with a basketball.

  • April 1, 1981
    April 1, 1981
    Episode 148

    Visit the farm of Jim and Penny Timmon as the family participates in the age-old tradition of maple sugaring. An unusual karate team of experts who use only their hands, feet and heads to demolish homes. Interview with Rita Jenrette. Hair coloring tips. Kid Leo features the rock group REO Speedwagon.

  • March 31, 1981
    March 31, 1981
    Episode 147

    An interview with character actor Ned Beatty. Meet Tanya Griffith, an actress who makes a livelihood from portraying the great women in history. The latest medical advances for backache sufferers. Tips on keeping packages from getting lost in the mail.

  • March 30, 1981
    March 30, 1981
    Episode 146

    A visit with Loretta Lynn and Sissy Spacek. Listen to the music of Do Not Resuscitate. Chef Tell makes cauliflower with cream sauce. Dr. Wasco on stress symptoms. A group of physician musicians from the Cleveland Clinic. The tremendous results of bodybuilding after the age of 40. Simin Gharib, preview of the Cleveland International Film Festival. Richie Christy and the Secret Shopper visit a used book store and find some great bargains.

  • March 27, 1981
    March 27, 1981
    Episode 145

    A 72-year-old man who is sculpting a mountain into a statue of Chief Crazy Horse in South Dakota. A farm that raises animal movie and TV stars. Gardener Jerry Baker on African Violets. Captain Carrot on making your home healthier. Joan Embery introduces some exotic animal babies.

  • March 26, 1981
    March 26, 1981
    Episode 144

    A profile of recording star Stevie Wonder. The toothless, three-legged town cat of Natchez, Mississippi. Chef Tell makes stuffed peppers. Judi Missett takes jazzercises to the zoo. Joyce Kulhawik has exercise gadgets.

  • March 25, 1981
    March 25, 1981
    Episode 143

    A scientist who studies tears. Designer Michaele Vollbrecht, fashion's newest superstar. Chef Tell fillets Dover sole. Dr. Wasco on a self-help group for back pain sufferers. Cathie Mann looks at how special effects are made for TV's "Buck Rogers". A tour of a home in which every room is decorated in a different Victorian style. Kid Leo features the rock group Blondie.

  • March 24, 1981
    March 24, 1981
    Episode 142

    An LSU student whose battle with cancer hasn't dampened his school spirit. Maple syrup harvesting in Wisconsin. Mary Gregori makes a poster frame. Captain Carrot on the controversy surrounding spinach. Linda Harris tours Zermatt, Switzerland.

  • March 23, 1981
    March 23, 1981
    Episode 141

    The auction of a psychedelic 1956 Bentley that once belonged to John Lennon. Male strippers on tour. A closeup look at sea creatures that live hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean. Chef Tell makes pork with prunes. Dr. Wasco on the work of nurse-practitioners. Richie Christy and the Secret Shopper visit a message service in Cary that uses balloons to send greetings. A review of the movie "American Pop". The Scottsdale Classic Car Auction.

  • March 20, 1981
    March 20, 1981
    Episode 140

    A school that teaches single to mingle. Captain Carrot on late-night snacks and sleep. A look at the ancient sport of falconry. San Diego Zoo's Joan Embery on the rescue of an injured elephant.

  • March 19, 1981
    March 19, 1981
    Episode 139

    Cathy Brugett meets one of the Midwest's largest growers of roses. PM Magazine discovers skinny skiing. Chef Tell makes peach melba. Judi Missett has Jazzercise to improve posture and balance. How to clean feather pillows. Meet the winner of the international Dolly Parton look-alike contest. Joyce Kulhawik has a variety of new gadgets.

  • March 18, 1981
    March 18, 1981
    Episode 138

    Jim Finerty meets the talent behind "Strawberry Shortcake". A doctor who has proved that ballet dancers are the best athletes. A renowned backwoods herb doctor. Chef Tell makes stuffed cabbage. Beverly Sassoon on the benefits of hair perms. Cathie Mann visits a world-famous celebrity photographer. Kid Leo features The Motels.

  • March 17, 1981
    March 17, 1981
    Episode 137

    Jim Finerty joins the Irish Brigade for a salute to St. Patrick's Day. Meet Clarence Carnes, the lone survivor of the bloodiest break-out at Alcatraz. Willie Canady explains why being small can have advantages. Saving energy with light dimmers. Simin Gharib reviews "Dogs of War". Classes on Ukranian Easter egg decoration. Captain Carrot on reducing stress with fish. Mary Gregori makes a wicker hanging lamp. A drive-in surgical center in California.

  • March 16, 1981
    March 16, 1981
    Episode 136

    A 24-year-old man who looks like an 8-year-old. The eccentric millionaire who invented the Nautilus machine. Chef Tell has a carrot and cabbage recipe. Dr. Wasco on emergency medical care for children. Richie Christy and the Secret Shopper with more bargains.

  • March 13, 1981
    March 13, 1981
    Episode 135

    World Championship Power Boat racing. A woman who has collected 130 stray cats. Ed Hume with garden tips. Captain Carrot has exercises to help you relax. Joan Embery introduces a llama.

  • March 12, 1981
    March 12, 1981
    Episode 134

    Meet Rhoda Levinson, who travels to Africa twice a year to build her collection of African art. Ramon Whatkins, a moonshiner who uses his applejack to run his car and heat his home. Chef Tell with how to make a leftover rice salad. Debi Missett with Jazzercise. A wine-tasting course that features Ohio's wines and wineries.

  • March 11, 1981
    March 11, 1981
    Episode 133

    Sixth grade pupils who are learning about economics by developing their own pizza corporation. An orchestra comprised entirely of automobile horns. Chef Tell makes veal goulash. Energy-saving benefits of a heat recycler. Tips on clothes for pregnant women. Kid Leo features Moon Martin.

  • March 10, 1981
    March 10, 1981
    Episode 132

    A visit to TV Guide headquarters in Radnor. A 450-pound heavyweight skiing champion. Mary Gregori builds storage shelves. Captain Carrot on indoor pollution. The Secret Shopper shows Richie Christy new bargains.

  • March 9, 1981
    March 9, 1981
    Episode 131

    Elvin Bale's "Human Space Shuttle". A look at rare Beatle record and memorabilia collections. Cathy Brugett talks to St. Edward High School's wrestling coach Howard Ferguson. Meet a 19-year-old man who has mastered some of the world's most difficult escape techniques. Chef Tell makes Polish meatballs. Dr. Wasco on sugar products and dental health. Richie Christy and the Secret Shopper bargain hunt. Moss Man and Buzzard Sunday.

  • March 6, 1981
    March 6, 1981
    Episode 130

    A hospital program that uses art therapy to combat the after effects of serious illness. Visit the Moore family with a family member who is a chimpanzee who cooks, drives a van and practices karate. A wise buy on swimming pools and indoor spas. How to distinguish a mischievous child from one that is hyperactive. Commercial air travel for handicapped people. Joan Embery introduces the poison arrow frog.

  • March 5, 1981
    March 5, 1981
    Episode 129

    Jim Finerty discovers the secret to healthy plants. Meet two policemen who are heroes in one of the toughest neighborhoods in New York who run a youth program and self-help center in the south Bronx. Chef Tell makes mashed potato cakes. Judi Missett with Jazzercise for juniors. A place for golfers to sharpen their skills before summer.

  • March 4, 1981
    March 4, 1981
    Episode 128

    Jim Finerty enjoys the entertainment offered by "Stompin' at the State". How the Feingold diet is used to help hyperactive children. A female U.S. Army Captain who commands a platoon of men. Chef Tell makes chicken cordon bleu. Beverly Sassoon demonstrates a home manicure. Cathie Mann visits the set of "Trapper John, M.D." Kid Leo features The Vapors.

  • March 3, 1981
    March 3, 1981
    Episode 127

    Ice fishing at Put-in-Bay. Visit the set of canine star Benji's new movie and meet his trainer Frank Inn. A visit to the Hare Krishna Center in New York City to find out how this devoutly religious group of people live. Selling gold and jewelry. Custom-made barbeque grills

  • March 2, 1981
    March 2, 1981
    Episode 126

    Jim Finerty takes a tour of King Instrument Co. A new fertility drug LHRH, which is administered as nose drops. An off-beat Texas minister. Chef Tell makes a bean potato soup. Dr. Wasco on the effects of cigarette smoke on non-smokers. Richie Christy presents another secret shopper bargain. Ed Cabaniss has some great new ideas on how to improve your photos.

  • February 27, 1981
    February 27, 1981
    Episode 125

    Cathy Brunett goes behind-the-scenes of Mardi Gras. A look at the Solar Challenger, the world's first plane to fly totally on solar power. A wise buy on appliances and televisions. Dr. Suppes discusses problems of the colon. Joan Embery introduces the flamingo.

  • February 26, 1981
    February 26, 1981
    Episode 124

    Jake LaMotta talks about "Raging Bull", a movie based on his life. Chef Tell makes a dish with leftover vegetables. The world's finest oyster fishermen in Empire, La. A young woman who had her stomach stapled to lose weight. Judi Missett with Jazzercise for senior citizens. A story that sells furniture for children only. Joyce Kulhawik on fire safety devices.

  • February 25, 1981
    February 25, 1981
    Episode 123

    Jim Finerty visits a Civil War plantation that has been totally restored. Meet Norris Whitaker, the man who compiled the Guinness Book of World Records. Chef Tell makes Spanish pork loin. Cathie Mann visits the set of "The Waltons". Kid Leo features the J. Geils Band.

  • February 24, 1981
    February 24, 1981
    Episode 122

    Joe Cahn on instructor of creole cooking at the New Orleans Cooking School. Meet a man who has had his picture taken with more than 2,000 celebrities. A ride on the Queen Elizabeth II. Captain Carrot on soy protein. Dining at the Inn at Fowlers' Mill. Segment on the rock group The Cold.

  • February 23, 1981
    February 23, 1981
    Episode 121

    Jim Finerty takes a ride on the Natchez, a Mississippi Riverboat. Fashion designer to the stars Bob Mackie. A visit to the Holden Arboretum. A ride on the Allegheny Central, one of America's last steam locomotives. Chef Tell makes Chicken Kiev. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on strokes. Linda Harris visits Caracas, Venezuela. Simin Gharib reviews "Raging Bull" starring Robert DeNiro.

  • February 20, 1981
    February 20, 1981
    Episode 120

    Meet a former Red Sox pitcher who is now a sports chiropractor. First public flight of a new airplane that flys completely on sun power. A look at the blue jean industry. Captain Carrot discusses the benefits of carrots. Joan Embery introduces the Komodo dragon.

  • February 19, 1981
    February 19, 1981
    Episode 119

    Playboy's prettiest woman in Kokomo contest. How a young girl saved the life of her leukemic sister. Chef Tell makes a Swiss noodle leftover dish. Judi Missett has lower back jazzercises. Joyce Kulhawik on snow accessories. Robert Bruckshaw builds models of famous ships.

  • February 18, 1981
    February 18, 1981
    Episode 118

    A visit to the miraculous shrine at Lourdes. The world snowmobile water-skipping championship. Chef Tell makes German sauerkraut. Beverly Sassoon on periodic facials. Cathie Mann looks at Hollywood car stunts.

  • February 17, 1981
    February 17, 1981
    Episode 117

    Interview with child star Rodney Allen Rippy. A look at the art of tattooing. The World's biggest private collection of miniatures. Mary Gregori makes a floor lamp. Captain Carrot on the benefits of walking. Linda Harris visits an old German colony in Venezuela. Shopping tips from the Secret Shopper.

  • February 16, 1981
    February 16, 1981
    Episode 116

    Visit Cleveland's Karate Institute to learn how the ancient art is taught. A profile of Chef Tell Erhardt. Chef Tell makes butter bourgionne. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on tonsils. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "Tess". The World's largest forging press.

  • February 13, 1981
    February 13, 1981
    Episode 115

    Behind-the-scenes visit with "Dallas" personalities. Meet the Sweet Adalins, a barbershop quartet club. A grueling Cross-country marathons. Joan Embery shows off a slow loris.

  • February 12, 1981
    February 12, 1981
    Episode 114

    Discover how the fashion industry grooms a child model. Using hypnosis to solve crimes. A woman who makes artifical ears and other facial prostheses. Chef Tell uses leftover spinach in a new dish. Country swing jazzercise. A collection of fine African craftwork.

  • February 11, 1981
    February 11, 1981
    Episode 113

    Meet two women who raise and train Siberian Huskies. Gail Greene, prepares food for display in magazines and catalogs. Chef Tell prepares a Waldorf Salad. Newest looks in Spring and Summer shoes. Kid Leo features James Taylor.

  • February 10, 1981
    February 10, 1981
    Episode 112

    Meet Raymond Beadle, driver of "The Blue Max: the fastest funny car in the world. A look at Reno's marriage industry. Christy Bradley takes us on a tank of gas getaway. A visit with Clyde Carroll who is the world's leading collector of "B" Western movies. Captain Carrot discusses weight training to prevent heart attacks.

  • February 9, 1981
    February 9, 1981
    Episode 111

    Meet two trick riders from the Longhorn Pony Express. A visit to the Better Baby Institute, a learning center that teaches toddlers advanced subjects. Simin Gharib reviews the movie "The Competition". A look at the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk. Chef Tell cooks liver and poached apples. Joan Embery shows off a slow loris.

  • February 6, 1981
    February 6, 1981
    Episode 110

    Feature on Larry Hagman and Victoria Principal who portray JR and Pam on "Dallas". Meet Atlanta's well known puppeteer Bruce Schwartz and watch as he performs at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Visit a store in Pittsburgh where money is not allowed only old-fashioned bartering. Segment on a Pontchatoula candy factory. Joan Embery introduces the timber wolf.

  • February 5, 1981
    February 5, 1981
    Episode 109

    The reunion of 19-year-old triplets separated as infants. A new breast reconstruction technique. Watch the assembly of a supercar at Bede Industries. Chef Tell makes a salad made from leftover beef. Judy Majors has sugar-free cooking tips. Joyce Kulhawik on what's new in computers.

  • February 4, 1981
    February 4, 1981
    Episode 108

    A visit with Robert Urich on the "Vega$" set. A tiny airplane powered by an ordinary fly. Chef Tell shows how to make braised fennel. Jumpsuit fashions. Kid Leo features Michael Nesmith.

  • February 3, 1981
    February 3, 1981
    Episode 107

    Jim Finerty gets a look at some unusual electronic antiques. Meet an eighth-grade football player who lost a leg to cancer. Mary Gregori has a decorative idea for bookshelves. A rodeo in the south of France. Captain Carrot on being thirsty when you don't know it. Linda Harris visits Venezuela.

  • February 2, 1981
    February 2, 1981
    Episode 106

    Cathy Brugett discovers the country swing dance movement. A look at Gallopin' Gerty. A gasoline additive that increases mileage. Simin Gharib reivews the movie "Altered States". Moss Man visits the Temple.

  • January 30, 1981
    January 30, 1981
    Episode 105

    Author Alex Haley visits the world's largest genealogy library. Don Trein, talented trainer of quarter horses.Tom Bryant, the country's top whistler. Self-help books, marriage and diets.

  • January 29, 1981
    January 29, 1981
    Episode 104

    A blind girl's sight-restoring operation. Three professional stunt men perform. Cathy Brugett visits the Schantz factory to watch the creation of a pipe organ. Facts about the flu. A salt substitute that melts ice with less mess.

  • January 28, 1981
    January 28, 1981
    Episode 103

    Atlanta's Ted Turner and find out about his Cable News Network (CNN). Meet Jan Bucher who has taken up the new sport of ski ballet. Cathy Brugett meets blues singer Robert J. Lockwood. Chef Tell prepares a spinach salad with bacon dressing. The bush look for Spring.

  • January 27, 1981
    January 27, 1981
    Episode 102

    An interview with Oscar winner Jack Lemmon. Cathy Brugett visits with members of the Cleveland Darters Club. Meet Lanie Carter, a 53-year-old professional grandmother. Robots that help the handicapped. Visit to the Garland Restaurant.

  • January 26, 1981
    January 26, 1981
    Episode 101

    A martial arts master chop a watermelon in half on someone's stomach. A Ku Klux Klan couple discuss their controversial lifestyles. Meet blind artist Steve Ehlers. An interview with actor Donald Sutherland. A visit to Germany's Baden-Baden luxury spa.

  • January 23, 1981
    January 23, 1981
    Episode 100

    Meet Ann Morton, a Richmond, Virginia woman who collects spiders. A tobacco cutter who competed with a machine to save his job.

  • January 22, 1981
    January 22, 1981
    Episode 99

    Lisa Emery, the women's barefoot waterskiing champion. Learn about agoraphobia, a fear of open spaces. A pump which can remove heat from a pond. Dr. Suppes discusses hernias. A new plantscaping service for downtown buildings. The Nifty 50's Car Club in Ohio.

  • January 21, 1981
    January 21, 1981
    Episode 98

    Primal scream craze at Cornell University. Venetian craftsmen at work. Norbert and Victoria Koehn, artists-in-residence at the Beaumont School for Girls. Fashion bargains at second hand stores. Kid Leo features The Busboys.

  • January 20, 1981
    January 20, 1981
    Episode 97

    Jim Finerty learns how to play the unusual sport of curling. Backstage with singing group The Commodores. A visit to St. Jude's hospital for children. Buying at a food warehouse. Moss Man has an after dinner drink.

  • January 19, 1981
    January 19, 1981
    Episode 96

    Meet WWWE radio's morning man Larry Morrow. The world's largest private home, the 255 room Biltmore House in North Carolina. An interview with jockey Angelo Trosclair. The search for Bigfoot. A visit to the Museum of Natural History's planetarium and observatory.

  • January 16, 1981
    January 16, 1981
    Episode 95

    A day in the life of a Venice gondolier. A school reading program that uses rock 'n' roll. Ed Hume has garden tips. Captain Carrot has hope for snorers. Joan Embery introduces a cousin to the raccoon.

  • January 15, 1981
    January 15, 1981
    Episode 94

    Meet Tom Batiuk, the originator of "Funky Winkerbean" and "John Darling" comics. A look at "New Wave" music featuring Devo and fashion. Chef Tell makes a refrigerator surprise. Visit a man who makes his living watching and predicting what Mount St. Helens will do. An Ohio woman who makes homespun wool from her own sheep. Dr. Suppes discusses how to revive someone who has fallen into cold water.

  • January 14, 1981
    January 14, 1981
    Episode 93

    A company which created many advertising jingles. Farmer Glenn Bender who is a captain in the Air National Guard. Visit a college for stutters and see how this handicap can be overcome. A look at Spring fashions. Kid Leo features singers Hall and Oates.

  • January 13, 1981
    January 13, 1981
    Episode 92

    A look at how billboards are made. Visit a Chicago pet motel featuring brass beds and piped in music. Meet a Portland school that teaches the fine points of fashion. Frank Comella offers tips on buying fruits. Captain Carrot has an office exercise. Jan Steurmer has an Oregon hot spot.

  • January 12, 1981
    January 12, 1981
    Episode 91

    Meet top-ranked amateur fighter Jeffrey 'Showtime' Stoudemire. A modern-day Alaskan gold rush. Meet a Florida couple who train tigers. Chef Tell makes mocha mousse. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on insomnia. Linda Harris visit Salt Lake City, Utah. Simin Gharib discusses the Katharine Hepburn film series at Case Western Reserve University. A visit to Youngstown's Arms Museum.

  • January 9, 1981
    January 9, 1981
    Episode 90

    Motorcycle racing on ice. A man who has collected over 70,000 autographs. Ed Hume offers Northwest garden tips. Captain Carrot on hypothermia. Joan Embery introduces a zoo animal.

  • January 8, 1981
    January 8, 1981
    Episode 89

    A look at Atlantic City showgirls. A cop who gets mugged for a living. The glass creations of Dale and Herbie Gelfand. Chef Tell has a new meatloaf recipe. Trish Joy has some upcoming events. Joyce Kulhawik has closet-organizing gadgets.

  • January 7, 1981
    January 7, 1981
    Episode 88

    The gospel music of the Elite Jewels. Meet a woman who nearly starved to death from hyperalimentation. An electric car rally. Chef Tell with a quick and easy hollandaise sauce. A Midwinter wardrobe lift. Kid Leo features The Babys.

  • January 6, 1981
    January 6, 1981
    Episode 87

    Meet Madonna Raus, a registered reality therapist, who teaches people with facial disfigurements to cope with life. A profile of Country music singer Hoyt Axton. Meet Steve Kates who trains parrots to sing and dance. Jan Steurmer has Oregon hot spots. Captain Carrot on colors and appetite.

  • January 5, 1981
    January 5, 1981
    Episode 86

    Jim Finerty discovers a collection of John Wayne memorabilia and relives the legend of the Duke. Kaylen Pickford a 50 year-old top fashion model. A Colorado family that takes 140-mile bike trips to Kansas. Chef Tell makes Cream of Leek soup. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on bursitis. Simin Gharib reviews a movie. Visit a pottery museum in East Liverpool.

  • January 2, 1981
    January 2, 1981
    Episode 85

    Meet a college student who collects wasps and hornets for medical purposes. Visit a rookie rodeo school in Arizona. Ed Hume with garden tips. Captain Carrot on fiber and fat absorption. PM Magazine's Most Incredible Stories, II.

  • January 1, 1981
    January 1, 1981
    Episode 84

    Meet CSU basketball star Franklin Edwards. Chef Tell prepares cranberry parfait from leftover berries. A dealer in sports memorabilia. Home of the future in Phoenix, Arizona. A look at Atlantic City showgirls. A cop who gets mugged for a living.

  • December 31, 1980
    December 31, 1980
    Episode 83

    PM with Psychics' 1981 predicitons. Chef Tell makes Holiday eggnog. Dr. Wasco visits a live in pain center for the treatment of chronic pain. A San Francisco tractor pull. Making your own wine from bananas. Behind-the-scenes at "The Flintstones".

  • December 30, 1980
    December 30, 1980
    Episode 82

    A controversial diet therapy for cancer patients. A 72-year-old Colorado ski bum. Captain Carrot talks about napping. Jan Steurmer has some Oregon hot spots.

  • December 29, 1980
    December 29, 1980
    Episode 81

    Interview with Houston Oilers' coach Bum Phillips. Behind the scenes with French designer Givenchy for a fashion show. Corky Fowler with ideas for easy backpacking. Chef Tell makes a holiday punch. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on nasal sprays. A solar heater made from beer cans.

  • December 26, 1980
    December 26, 1980
    Episode 80

    A visit with Champagne music maestro Lawrence Welk. Paraplegics and white water. Ceiling fans for winter. New facts about cholesterol and dairy foods. An exciting visit to a motocross speedway event.

  • December 25, 1980
    December 25, 1980
    Episode 79

    PM Magazine visits Reidsville North Carolina to find out what a Baptist minister and the world's largest jello parfait have in common. A Vermont turkey calling contest. A robot named Isaac. Chef Tell makes a meal with leftover turkey. Trish Joy has upcoming events.

  • December 24, 1980
    December 24, 1980
    Episode 78

    A special musical story, "The Magic of Christmas Bells" presented by the Fairmount Bells Choir. A gingerbread lady who prepares elaborate gingerbread villages. A postman who gives his money away. Chef Tell on carving a turkey. Dr. Wasco on a new way to nourish the comatose.

  • December 23, 1980
    December 23, 1980
    Episode 77

    PM Magazine visits a headache hospital to learn about a headache so rare it's only been reported eight times in history. PM also takes a look at Matt O'Malley of Wisconsin, who would like to trampoline his way to a place in the "Guinness Book of World Records". Visit Utah's Zion National Park. An interview with Philippe Entremont the Philharmonic Symphony's new conductor.

  • December 22, 1980
    December 22, 1980
    Episode 76

    A behind-the-scenes look at the Sears mail-order catalog. Woolly worms that predict the weather. Chef Tell on carving knives. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on hearing. Linda Harris visits Miami.

  • December 19, 1980
    December 19, 1980
    Episode 75

    A visit to a Texas millionaire's snowbound resort in the Rockies. Meet a courageous wheelchair athlete. Ed Hume has Christmas plant tips. Captain Carrot has exercises for the overweight. Joan Embery from the San Diego Zoo introduces the Bengal tiger.

  • December 18, 1980
    December 18, 1980
    Episode 74

    A profile of actor Christopher Reeve. A look at the sport of curling. Trish Joy looks at upcoming events in the area. Chef Tell makes a meal with leftover ham. Joyce Kulhawik has some unusual holiday gifts.

  • December 17, 1980
    December 17, 1980
    Episode 73

    PM visits a National Geographic team on a reporting assignment. A man who can echo any sound within a fraction of a second. Chef Tell makes a ham glaze. Dr. Wasco on a medical advance for heart patients and Olympic athletes. Cathy Mann shows how to get on a TV game show.

  • December 16, 1980
    December 16, 1980
    Episode 72

    PM Magazine meets the King of Cowboys, Roy Rogers at the Roy Rogers Museum. A tour of Vatican City. Susan Stanley has garden tips. Captain Carrot on preventing nail loss after finger injury. Jan Steurmer has some Oregon hot spots.

  • December 15, 1980
    December 15, 1980
    Episode 71
    An interview with Stan Barrett who broke the speed of sound in a super-powered "rocket car" going more than 700 miles per hour. Meet a husband and wife doctor team who through medical technology are able to determine a baby's health before birth. Chef Tell makes an unusual potato dish. Dr. Wasco has a quiz on sore throats. Linda Harris rides an airboat through the Everglades.

  • December 12, 1980
    December 12, 1980
    Episode 70

    An interview with actor Robert Stack. The World's fastest artist John Bass. Jerry Baker on making your Christmas tree safe. Captain Carrot discusses keeping your hands warm. Joan Embery from the San Diego introduces an anteater.

  • December 11, 1980
    December 11, 1980
    Episode 69

    A look at Portland's good but cheap restaurants. A unique telephone service for new parents. Chef Tell makes a German dish with leftover beans. Judi Missett has a jazzercise dance step. Joyce Kulhawik on what's hot in toys for the holiday.

  • December 10, 1980
    December 10, 1980
    Episode 68

    How to turn trash into cash. Why Monopoly is America's favorite game. Chef Tell makes beans more interesting. Dr. Wasco discusses strokes. Joyce Jillson on how your ears reveal your personality.

  • December 9, 1980
    December 9, 1980
    Episode 67

    An interview with Art Arfons, three-time world land speed champion. Meet Peg Trotter, the pretzel queen of Philadelphia. A visit with Dr. Steven Kopits, a doctor who has devoted his life to the medical problems of dwarfs. Visit to some of Madison's handicraft stores. Go driftwood hunting with Steve Howard and learn all about driftwood art.

  • December 8, 1980
    December 8, 1980
    Episode 66

    An interview with hockey player Brian Trottier of the New York Islander's and discover how he "stole" the Stanley Cup. Meet a man in Oregon, Wis., who makes banjos. A look at a man's transformation after plastic surgery. Meet 16-year-old John Browning and his strange house pets, more than twenty tarantulas.

  • December 5, 1980
    December 5, 1980
    Episode 65

    Find out what it's like to live in the two towns lying in the shadow of Mount St. Helens volcano. A visit to Austin, Texas for the World Frisbee Freestyle Championship. Joan Embery introduces the kangaroo. Meet Mary Stocks, a modern-day pioneer who raises sheep to provide wool for weaving.

  • December 4, 1980
    December 4, 1980
    Episode 64

    An interview with athlete Bruce Jenner who now races automobiles. John Miller rides with a Madison WI cab driver who has become a television star. Chef Tell prepares apple tarts. Jazzercise for couples. Visit the world's only oatmeal festival in the tiny town of Oatmeal, Texas.

  • December 3, 1980
    December 3, 1980
    Episode 63

    Why refereeing is the toughest job in the NFL. Meet identical twins separated at birth are reunited 23 years later. Ron Yaros goes around town for a tour of the Governor's Mansion. Chef Tell makes veal rolls. Dr. Jim Wasco discusses facial deformities. Joyce Jillson on superstitions that may be true.

  • December 2, 1980
    December 2, 1980
    Episode 62

    Meet Organ grinder Tom Zushin. Big Beautiful Women editor Carol Shaw with a size 16 fashion show. Dr. Erle Heath who collects vintage cars. The Smart Shopper gives some tips on coping with hectic holidays. A bakery in German Village that features meats and cheeses.

  • December 1, 1980
    December 1, 1980
    Episode 61

    Jim Finerty visits the Nifty Fifties Club and its display of Ford cars from 1949 to 1959. Meet Kentucky Fried Chicken King, Colonel Sanders on his 90th birthday. Chef Tell on using a pastry tube. A couple compete in a "Dance Fever" disco competition. A visit to German Village in Columbus.

  • November 28, 1980
    November 28, 1980
    Episode 60

    A visit with Frank Abagnale, a former con man who is currently getting paid as a consultant on white-collar crime. Find out why Ed Leonard receives over 800 telephone calls a day. Meet Tom Wycoff, a doctor who specializes in making wine. Security deposits on rental properties. Meet a canary breeder.

  • November 27, 1980
    November 27, 1980
    Episode 59

    Meet reading specialist Gynyth Landis of the Bay School System who has helped children appreciate the joy of learning by using their senses. The Vocal Majority, a Texas style barbershop quartet with 100 members. Chef Tell makes a Spanish salad. A look at the art of scrimshaw. Insulation for basements and glass block windows. A visit with Academy Award winning filmmaker Will Vinton, to watch as he makes magic with clay. See the world's largest artificial Christmas tree, built in Kansas for the Omni hotel in Atlanta.

  • November 26, 1980
    November 26, 1980
    Episode 58

    An interview with actress Shirley MacLaine. A unique motorcycle group called the Iron Horsemen. Discover Renta-Yenta, an unusual kind of party business that provides fun and lots of laughs. Chef Tell with a foolproof way to make an omelet. Peruvian clothing is in vogue. Kid Leo features the rock group Yes. A visit to the Overbrook School for the Blind in Philadelphia to look at some helpful new gadgets like a braille watch and a talking computer.

  • November 25, 1980
    November 25, 1980
    Episode 57

    Feature on Ohio Medical Products cafeteria that is run by handicapped people. Pilot Dogs Inc., guide dogs for the blind. Meet Tina Payne, a 11-year-old model. Dining at Medina Steakhouse. A visit to Auburn, Alabama to meet power lifter Quinn Burgess.

  • November 24, 1980
    November 24, 1980
    Episode 56

    Meet Jay Johnson and his sidekick Bob of the comedy series "Soap". A visit to South Dakota to see the maintenance of the granite faces on Mount Rushmore. Chef Tell makes salmon surprise. A review of the movie "Gloria". A two-year-old boy who has had open heart surgery.

  • November 21, 1980
    November 21, 1980
    Episode 55

    An interview with actor Jim Davis of the TV show Dallas. Meet Jose Eber, the most celebrated Hollywood hairdresser watch as he styles the hair of Cher, Linda Gray and Valerie Perrine. PM joins Dr. Barnett as a wildlife photographer filming baby hawks. Meet champion bicycle racer Kurt Faller. Buying a home video tape recorder. Lea Sinclair looks at the new evidence in the JFK assassination.

  • November 20, 1980
    November 20, 1980
    Episode 54

    Cathy Brugett discovers the Lake Erie Arts program, an innovative children's theater. Feature on a new weather computer. A man who looks for things that make people sneeze. The National Grandmothers Beauty Pageant. Chef Tell makes omelets with leftovers. Trish Joy on great events in and around Oregon. Joyce Kulhawik looks at Italian cooking gadgets. Kid Leo features Billy Burnette.

  • November 19, 1980
    November 19, 1980
    Episode 53

    Inside look at the National Enquirer. Meet a California man who feeds wild bears in his backyard. Chef Tell prepares chocolate sauce. A look at a computer that can talk. Joyce Jillson on how colors reveal your personality.

  • November 18, 1980
    November 18, 1980
    Episode 52

    A visit to a Summer camp for fat children to help them learn about themselves and their goals. Meet Jim Turner, a man who makes music out of wine glasses and wrenches. A feature on covergirl Esme Marshall. Meet celebrated photographer Ansel Adams. Captain Carrot on how often you should exercise to lose weight.

  • November 17, 1980
    November 17, 1980
    Episode 51

    An interview with singer-actresss Diana Ross. Meet Ken Carpenter, a truck driver who is also the founder of the organization, Show Us You Care, which helps the handicapped and mentally challenged. Chef Tell makes Italian Minestrone soup. Meet Ford Mustang collectors. A visit with some Mexican cowboys.

  • November 14, 1980
    November 14, 1980
    Episode 50

    Corey Shields visits Dinosaur State Park in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. A visit to the sleepy Mexican town of San Miguel de Allenede to find out why so many Americans live there. A visit with Arizona homemaker Eleanor Burrell who won a contest where she had 20 minutes to grab anything from the shelves of a Phoenix grocery store. Ed Hume offers garden tips. Captain Carrot on spinning to improve coordination. Joan Embery introduces the Indian rhinoceros.

  • November 13, 1980
    November 13, 1980
    Episode 49

    Part 2 of the program's visit with Pope John Paul II. PM meets Hans Roggen, one of the elite Swiss Guards who are on call 24 hours a day to protect the Pope and his American born wife who live inside the Vatican, right beneath the Pope's window. Discover psychosocial therapy, a technique that accents life's traumas through role playing. A visit to a summer cheerleading college camp in Maryland. Intellevision, the latest in home video games.

  • November 12, 1980
    November 12, 1980
    Episode 48

    PM has an audience with Pope John Paul II. Cathy Brugett visits the kitchens of Archway Cookies in Ashland. Chef Tell prepares pesto sauce for pasta. Monna Winn shows a new line of jewelry. A visit to Wisconsin Dells. Kid Leo features The Rolling Stones.

  • November 11, 1980
    November 11, 1980
    Episode 47

    Singer Carly Simon talks about her career. Jim Finerty visits Tommy Edwards Record Heaven. Visit the famous Cove Haven honeymoon resort in Pennsylvania. Buz Myers talks about color healing. Dining at the Mexican restaurant Marcelita's.

  • November 10, 1980
    November 10, 1980
    Episode 46

    Cathy Brugett meets the Cleveland Cavaliers' craziest fans, expert ballhandler Crazy George and Don "Boots" Buttrey, who perform during halftime of the Cavs' games. Sky diving off Yosemite's "El Capitan", a mountain peak a big rush for skydivers. Chef Tell prepares the Italian veal dish Osso Buco. A review of the movie "Carney". A look at a girl with a rebuilt smile.

  • November 7, 1980
    November 7, 1980
    Episode 45

    Cathy Brugett joins the Cleveland Brewers, a professional women's football team. Meet New York's famous street corner performer, fire eater Tony Vera. A visit to the village of Soci in Italy to meet the parents of sextuplets. 1980 Windsurfing Championships. Captain Carrot with seven ways to improve health and live longer. Joan Embery introduces the gnu.

  • November 6, 1980
    November 6, 1980
    Episode 44

    Jim Finerty discovers a new program called Centaur at the Brecksville Stables that allows handicapped people the chance to ride horses. Visit the set of an upcoming movie, "The Private Eyes", for death defying stunts. Chef Tell makes sherry trifle. Dr. Suppes talks about the benefits of aspirin. Making money by recycling metals. A visit with 86-year-old physician Dr. Mary Fulstone.

  • November 5, 1980
    November 5, 1980
    Episode 43

    An interview with Sarah Purcell of "Real People". Micro surgery for back problems. A visit to Reggie's British Pub in Atlanta for a reunion of R.A.F. pilots. A visit to Mineral Point.

  • November 4, 1980
    November 4, 1980
    Episode 42

    Meet Dan, the Munchie Man, creator of Mobile Munchies, an alternative to traditional fast-food service. A look at SONY the world's largest corporation. A visit to a low-calorie bakery. Wise buy on women's everyday clothing at the Fashion Outlet II. Moss Man visits the Black Forest Inn.

  • November 3, 1980
    November 3, 1980
    Episode 41

    Jim Finerty takes a look at this year's political scene with satirical editorial cartoonists Ray Osrin of The Plain Dealer and Scott Willis of The Press. A review of the new Charlton Heston horror film "The Awakening". A feature on the Budweiser Clydesdales. A look at some of the top child stars of TV commercials. A quiz on diet pills. A visit to Thomas Edison's birthplace.

  • October 31, 1980
    October 31, 1980
    Episode 40

    Hosts Paul Linnman and Cheryl Hansen. A 9-year-old champ of a marble tournament shoot. Mother Earth News do-it-yourself school. Ed Hume offers gardening tips. Captain Carrot discusses salt consumption. Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo introduces the ring-tailed lemur.

  • October 30, 1980
    October 30, 1980
    Episode 39

    Hosts Paul Linnman and Cheryl Hansen. An interview with actor Larry Hagman of Dallas. An Oregon boy on the bull riding circuit. Chef Tell makes a sauce for leftovers. Trish Joy has some great event ideas in and around Oregon.

  • October 29, 1980
    October 29, 1980
    Episode 38

    Jim Finerty goes to the Unbar, a private club that serves non-alcoholic beverages. Meet one of the top male models in the Country, Michael Russell who talks about why he made it to the top in one of the toughest businesses to break into. PM visits Rose Hill to see how wine is made. What's new in ski parkas. A look at the new watersport of windsurfing. Kid Leo features the Australian rock group Angel City.

  • October 28, 1980
    October 28, 1980
    Episode 37

    Jim Finerty visits a family in Navarre who have farmed fruits and vegetables on their 200 acres for 50 years. A growing movement in homemade coffin making. Chef Tell shows his secret for a great omelette. Joyce Jillson looks at ESP in animals. Moss Man visits Parasson's. A visit to St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta on St. Francis of Assissi day.

  • October 27, 1980
    October 27, 1980
    Episode 36

    America's favorite coke commercial. Mean Joe Green's acting debut and what didn't get in the commercial. A world famous cooking school in Bologna, Italy. Chef Tell makes pie crust in a food processor. Jan Steurmer has some Oregon hot spots.

  • October 24, 1980
    October 24, 1980
    Episode 35

    A look at the hottest electronic space warfare game at the amusement arcardes, Space Invaders. A visit to a wine auction to see some of the most expensive wines in the world. Chef Tell prepares Peach Victoria. Captain Carrot looks at some little known side effects of artificial sweetners. Joyce Kulhawik looks at the latest security gadgets for home and car.

  • October 23, 1980
    October 23, 1980
    Episode 34

    PM Magazine visits the kitchen of Dr. Ronald Taylor who cooks insects. A visit with Curt Brinkman, a wheelchair marathoner. Chef Tell prepares bread dumplings. Captain Carrot says "yo-yo" dieting is the most dangerous and the Phantom Diner visits Lanky's in Narberth, PA.

  • October 22, 1980
    October 22, 1980
    Episode 33

    PM Magazine visits Peanuts creator Charles Schulz. A visit with a Dallas laser pioneer. A reunion of Civil War descendants of Ohio's 103rd Volunteer Infantry. Chef Tell prepares a broccoli dish. A look at the latest Halloween Costumes. Kid Leo features the group AC/DC.

  • October 21, 1980
    October 21, 1980
    Episode 32

    Meet Bernie Furner, creator of an unusual line of merchandise designed for cats only. A wise buy on used Halloween costumes. Meet inventor Bruce Mohs. PM Magazine visits with backyard builders of space satellites who can tune in to Siberian air waves. A look at the bizarre festivities involved in choosing the ugliest mule in the country in Benson, North Carolina. PM also visits a club meeting of feminist fifth graders in Boston.

  • October 20, 1980
    October 20, 1980
    Episode 31

    PM Magazine visits a Los Angeles club for women's mud wrestling. A new operation for cancer patients. PM also goes to the fifth Annual Lizard Lick Olympics in Lizard Lick, North Carolina. A cancer victim's voice-restoring surgery. Chef Tell has new ideas for carrots. Linda Harris visits Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

  • October 17, 1980
    October 17, 1980
    Episode 30

    An interview with Ruth Warrick, Phoebe Tyler of "All My Children". Meet Wade Burck, an animal trainer who trains 15 tigers. Chef Tell prepares Pasta Con Pesto. A visit to an inland lobster farm. Captain Carrot shares some noise-fighting ideas. Joyce Kulhawik with a feature on space age toys.

  • October 16, 1980
    October 16, 1980
    Episode 29

    An interview with actor Ben Jones of "Dukes of Hazzard" at his home in Rutledge, Georgia. Meet Janis Hylan of Best Conventions, the art of making a city look its best. Meet John Compton, a male belly dancer and join enthusiastic dans as they watch him perform. A visit to a factory that produces baseball bats. A trip to Gov. Dodge State Park. Dining at Kevin's Main Course in Broadview Heights.

  • October 15, 1980
    October 15, 1980
    Episode 28

    A behind-the-scenes look at the Carson and Barnes five-ring wild animal circus. See a house built in 34 hours. A look at baby gorillas. A feature on a medical advance to diagnose emphysema. A look at video equipment. Kid Leo features singer Steve Swindels.

  • October 14, 1980
    October 14, 1980
    Episode 27

    An interview with composer Marvin Hamlisch. Jim Finerty talks with actress Miriam Flynn of "The Tim Conway Show". Meet a Hong Kong family of boat dwellers. A look at a new game called "Astro Dice". A home emergency system called MedAlert.

  • October 13, 1980
    October 13, 1980
    Episode 26

    Meet two unknown Osmond brothers, Tom and Virl. Meet Harley Warrick, painter of over 17,000 barn signs. Chef Tell prepares an easy wine and gelatin dessert. Sim Gharib reviews the movie, "Ordinary People", directed by Robert Redford. A visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

  • October 10, 1980
    October 10, 1980
    Episode 25

    Meet Jimmy Myers, a champion bullrider. Nurses who man a helicopter ambulance called Flight For Life. Learn how to make dried flowers in a microwave. Space invaders video game. A visit to an audition of the "Fastbreaks", the cheerleading squad of the Atlanta Hawks.

  • October 9, 1980
    October 9, 1980
    Episode 24

    A visit with several couples who are living together to find out how they feel about palimony. Chef Tell prepares fruit puffs. Exercises for overall conditioning. A visit with Bill Tabor of Austin, Texas to look at his new invention called the "sidewinder". Meet a man who walks on water.

  • October 8, 1980
    October 8, 1980
    Episode 23

    An interview with Gary Lewis and his band, The Playboys. Meet a couple who turn unwanted animals into film stars. A look at a computer that helps handicapped people. An old-fashioned musket shoot. Tips for truckers to save fuel. Kid Leo with a feature on David Bowie.

  • October 7, 1980
    October 7, 1980
    Episode 22

    Chef Tell prepares a Swedish beef dish. A look at the development of an artifical heart at the University of Utah where they are being successfully implanted in animals. Tour of a foam home near Madison WI. A look at a Madison story that specializes in Asian food. Learn the dangers of chewing tobacco. Travel to Cypress Gardens to see the World's Hang Gliding Championships.

  • October 6, 1980
    October 6, 1980
    Episode 21

    A visit to the set of "Smokey and the Bandit II" with stars Burt Reynolds and Sally Field. A look at Oscar de la Renta's fall collection. Chef Tell prepares German pancakes. Meet Rob Marince, a paraplegic who has become a pinball wizard. A visit with Atlanta psychic Bill O'Hara to hear his predictions for the upcoming November election. A preview of the movie "Oh God! Part II".

  • October 3, 1980
    October 3, 1980
    Episode 20

    An interview with actor Billy Dee Williams who talks about his role in "The Empire Strikes Back". Meet Cooley, an ocean diving Labrador dog. Meet Georgette Prothero of Rochester, New York who has a diet which includes leaves and grass from her lawn. "Spare the Rod", the pros and cons of education to the tune of a hickory stick.

  • October 2, 1980
    October 2, 1980
    Episode 19

    Two disc jockeys try to find the best kisser in Las Vegas. A look at a man who kept tragedy from ruining his life. Chef Tell turns leftover vegetables into a meal. Meet the Vista Shores Rowing Crew. Discover the Port Brittany Restaurant.

  • October 1, 1980
    October 1, 1980
    Episode 18

    A behind-the-scenes look at "Hee Haw" TV series. Visit Hardy's a former Dallas landmark. Garden photography. Visit a business with an employees' spa. See the latest in travel gadgets. A visit to the White House to find out what is involved in the planning and preparation of a single luncheon.

  • September 30, 1980
    September 30, 1980
    Episode 17

    Feature on making ice cream of University of Wisconsin's Babcock Hall. A profile of a Beverly Hills real estate saleswoman Elaine Young. Tips for preparing a chimney for winter. Iridologist claims illness can be diagnosed in the eyes. A visit to Atlanta to the Kool Pro Balloon Tour.

  • September 29, 1980
    September 29, 1980
    Episode 16

    Feature on the mystery of the Shroud of Turin. Sisters are reunited after 25 years. Chef Tell makes stuffing. Dr. Wasco explores the hazards of over-the-counter drugs. and a profile of a waterskiing family.

  • September 26, 1980
    September 26, 1980
    Episode 15

    Feature on a bicycle marathoner who rides across America. A visit with the Blueridge Barefoot Ski Club to see if they break the record of the most people skiing barefoot behind one boat. A visit to Spivey's Corner, North Carolina for the annual National Hollering Contest.

  • September 25, 1980
    September 25, 1980
    Episode 14

    Surfing in the Arizona desert. New heart treatment that may prevent the need for open heart surgery. Chef Tell makes leftover chicken and tomatoes.

  • September 24, 1980
    September 24, 1980
    Episode 13

    Celebrity look-a-likes and a visit to the largest commune in the United States. Chef Tell prepares Hungarian chicken. Meet a man who has conned his way around the world. Local men who catch bees and milk them for their venom to be used as medical anti-venom. Joyce Kulhawik has gadgets for dogs.

  • September 23, 1980
    September 23, 1980
    Episode 12

    A visit to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Calif., the World's Richest Street. Meet Regina Grebb, a woman who is a babysitter for a Siberian tiger. Chef Tell cooks a German style hamburger. Jan Stuermer has a discovery tip in Oregon.

  • September 22, 1980
    September 22, 1980
    Episode 11

    PM Magazine visits the 1980 Mrs. America Carol Ann McEwan. Interview with Ralph Thorson, a bounty hunter on a real-life search for a suspect. Jim Finerty takes a look inside Cleveland's newest magazine, Northern Ohio Live. Chef Tell prepares Spanish rice. A trip to Cave of the Mounds.

  • September 19, 1980
    September 19, 1980
    Episode 10

    Interview with CHiPs star Larry Wilcox. The common paranoia of snakes and spiders. Reptile expert Merritt Keasy goes on a hunt in the Arizona desert. Ed Hume talks about plants. Captain Carrot on toothaches and ice. Joan Embery shows three types of owls.

  • September 18, 1980
    September 18, 1980
    Episode 9

    Jim Finerty preserves the spirit and traditions of the Old West when he joins the Ohio Wagon Train Association. "Rock-a-Bye Bear", a foolproof way to calm a crying baby. Dr. Suppes discusses the gall bladder. Visit Jay's Restaurant in Dayton.

  • September 17, 1980
    September 17, 1980
    Episode 8

    PM Magazine visits with Leo the Clown, a young man who entertains in children's wards of Seattle Hospitals. Meet an inventive group of roller skaters called "Urban Animals" who prowl the concrete canyons of Houston by night. Meet a florist who grows everything from exotic plants to wildflowers. Dr. Suppes discusses the liver. Meet a Portland couple hoping to land a spot on "Dance Fever". Kid Leo features the rock group White Snake.

  • September 16, 1980
    September 16, 1980
    Episode 7

    Jim Finerty takes a rib-tasting tour to discover that Cleveland is the Ribs Capital of the World. Meet champion ice skating pair Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner. A visit to the Secret Service Headquarters in Washington to find out what it's like to be a Secret Service Agent. Chef Tell makes a pie crust. Linda Harris continues her Great Escape to England.

  • September 15, 1980
    September 15, 1980
    Episode 6

    Meet Cornelius Mihalca, a man who cuts down huge trees without the use of safety equipment. Discover the Pritkin secrets of weight-loss and long-life at the California diet clinic. How to know yourself better. A visit to Castle Piatt Mac-A-Cheek, a private castle near Dayton.

  • September 12, 1980
    September 12, 1980
    Episode 5

    A visit to Calaveras County, California for the world famous International Frog Jumping Contest. A visit to Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania to find out the real story behind this town's unusual name. Visit Reising French Bread Bakery.

  • September 11, 1980
    September 11, 1980
    Episode 4

    A visit to the FAO Schwartz store in Atlanta. A visit to the St. Agnes Medical Center in Philadelphia to learn about the new treatments for burn victims. A behind-the-scenes look at a top fashion show introducing the fall collection of Jerry Silverman and Shannon Rogers. Meet Bob Munden, the world's fastest gun. A visit to a new restaurant in Ohio City called Banque 2710.

  • September 10, 1980
    September 10, 1980
    Episode 3

    Meet Cleveland Indian rookie "Super Joe" Charboneau. A visit behind-the-scenes at the popular TV game show Hollywood Squares. A visit to Atlanta's World Congress Center for the National Chicken Cooking Contest. Chef Tell prepares veal goulash. Kid Leo features performer Elvis Costello.

  • September 9, 1980
    September 9, 1980
    Episode 2

    An interview with actress Dyan Cannon who talks about her film "Honeysuckle Rose". PM Magazine takes a look at the "Battle of the Brawlers" as the meanes guys in Pittsburgh vie for the title of "Toughest Guy in Town". PM also visits an uninhibited lingerie party. Jim Finerty accompanies Dr. Harvey Barnett as he photographs birds of prey in their natural habitat. Visit the Air Force Museum at Dayton's Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

  • September 8, 1980
    September 8, 1980
    Episode 1

    An interview with actor Carroll O'Connor from TV's "Archie Bunker's Place" to find out what it's like for him to own a bar in real life, "The Ginger Man". A visit with drag racing couple Linda and Larry Cummings. Chef Tell prepares cold basil tomato soup. Linda Harris with a Great Escape to England. A body quiz on fainting. A visit to a California truck driving school to meet some women truckers.