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AIRED ON 10/6/2015
Season 2015 : Episode 20151006
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Season 2015 : Episode 20151007
Wendy Williams on her new book "Hold Me in Contempt: A Romance". Edie Falco talks about "Nurse Jackie." "Californication" actress Heather Graham. Chloe Grace Moretz talks about "The Library."
TODAY examines the start of the jury selection process for the George Zimmerman case. Russell Brand talks about his new comedy tour. Austin Mahone performs live.
Interview with Al Pacino of "Danny Collins". Refinery29's Spring trends. Derek Hough, Laura Benanti and the Rockettes on New York Spring Spectacular.
Spring fashion trends. An update on The Biggest Loser.
Interview with Judith Light. Pop Fix. Wellness and fitness trends. Which Is Worse? Bobbie's Buzz. Assess your marriage. Wearable gym wear.
Red Nose Day: Matt Lauer's Bike Ride. Women Startup Entrepreneurs. Summer Movie Preview. #LostAndHungry. Interview with Paul Giamatti of "San Andreas" and Sawyer Fredericks, the winner of "The Voice".
Actors Ray Romano, Queen Latifah and John Leguizamo talk about the new Ice Age movie. Actress Piper Perabo talks about the return of her show Covert Affairs.
Chef Lidia Bastianich stops by. News anchor Tom Brokaw talks about his new book. Plus, Alexa Ray Joel performs.
Lexi Thompson, Jonah Hill, Jane Lynch, Brad Pitt, Taylor Lautner and Simon Cowell are interviewed today.
Interviews with Craig Wayne Boyd, the winner of "The Voice" and actors Garrett Hedlund and Finn Wittrock of "Unbroken". Survive holiday parties with Joy Bauer and Jenna Wolfe.
Interviews with "Celebrity Apprentice" entrepreneur Donald Trump, Ed Norton of "My Own Man" and model Meghan Markle discusses 2015 Fashion Week trends.
Interviews with Maria Bello on her book, "Whatever...Love is Love" and Bethany Mota. Skinny Habits book with Bob Harper.
Demi Lovato talks about the upcoming season of The X Factor.
Actor Morgan Freeman talks about his new movie The Dark Knight Rises. A performance by Zac Brown Band.
Interviews with Kris Jenner who talks about her new book "In the Kitchen With Kris" and singer-songwriter Neil Diamond who sings "Sweet Caroline".
Interviews with Christian Slater of "Archer" and Ella Woodward author of "Deliciously Ella". Rixton performs "Hotel Ceiling".
Cooking with Rev Run and Justine Simmons. Sugar Ray Leonard. #RunForTODAY. Ticket to Hollywood. Pop Fix. Matt Walsh on Veep. Bobbie's Buzz. Joy Bauer on Today. Kathie Lee and Hoda Give it Away. National Sibling Day.
Featuring singer-musician Dave Matthews. An interview with author Caitlin Friedman.
Martha Stewart is interviewed.
Interviews with Amanda Seyfried of "Ted 2", Alicia Silverstone of "Of Good Stock" and Christian Slater of "Mr. Robot". Summer of Secrets. Today's Sugar Detox. One Pot Summer Dinners.
Youthful makeup. Author Lucy Danziger talks about her new diet book.
Interviews with Theo Rossi on "Sons of Anarchy". Black Friday: Toys and tech. This or That: Thanksgiving plate portions. Tamron's Tuesday Trend. Curb Appeal. Edible Thanksgiving gifts.
Interview with Brody Jenner of "Sex With Brody" and Ryan Reynolds of "Self/less." Shaggy performs live on the plaza. Summer of Secrets.
Interviews with actor David Duchovny talks about "Californication" and "The X-Files" and TV personality Martha Stewart. Decoding the opposite sex.
Paul Bettany and Rebecca Hall talk about "Transcendence". Vogue's 100 Under 100. Easter egg hunt. Animals with Jeff Musial. Margo Martindale talks about "Heaven is for Real". Billy Crystal. Performance by B.o.B.
Interview with singer-actress Julie Andrews who talks about her new book "The Very Fairy Princess: Graduation Girl". Edward Norton talks about getting creative to raise money for charity at the website Crowdrise.com. Dr. Oz reports. "Love Your Selfie: Redefining Beauty".
Marisa Tomei talks about "The Realistic Joneses". Bob Harper talks about new cookbook: "Bob Harper Skinny Meals." Christopher Meloni and Dean Norris talk about "Small Times."
Interview with Thor Heyerdahl, author and explorer, discusses his new book and will show clips of his recent Easter Island explorations.
Topics include, Olympic highlights, "How Wealth Affects Children", actors dealing with the strike and General John Singlaub discusses POW's in Korea.
Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline, Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas talk about their new movie Last Vegas. Fantasia discusses her latest project.
Interviews with entertainer Bob Hope promoting his TV special "Bob Hope's Who Makes the World Laugh Pt. 2: A Century of Comedy" featuring Lucille Ball, George Burns, Mickey Rooney who join Bob in a tribute to the greatest comedy teams of the past 100 years. Also magazine editor Tina Brown and author June Roth. Results of the New York primary.moreless
Guests are actor Stacy Keach and Cosmopolitan magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown. Topics include, a report on hurricanes, horseshoes and unmarried men view career women as mates.
Reality TV stars Vanilla Ice and Kendra Wilkinson are interview guests.
Guests are actor Paul Newman, Senator George McGovern, Senator Edward M. Kennedy and Rep. Morris Udall.
Skiier Lindsey Vonn is interviewed.
Guests are actress Nancy Allen of "Dressed to Kill", Senator Robert Strauss and an interview with writer Truman Capote (Part 2). Topics include, a discussion of commodity exchanges and the Ultimate Chicago Cubs Fan.
Last minute Halloween costumes.
Guests are actress Beverlee McKinsey, Mayor Ed Koch and Steve Mizorek. Topics include, Kennedy/Carter convention strategy, a report on Hurricane Camille, a husband-and-wife lawsuit and "How to Organize a Woman's Handbag".
Guests are Senators Bob Dole and Robert Strauss, actor Laurence Luckinbill and his wife actress Lucie Arnaz and an interview with writer Truman Capote (Part 1). Topic includes, a report on the insurance industry.
Today continues its countdown to the Winter Olympics.
Hinterviews with blues singer Billie Holliday and Jacques Heim, president of Chambre Syndicate de al Couture (France's design group) discusses what makes a good basic wardrobe.
Shirley MacLaine and Mike Tyson are interviewed. Plus, behind-the-scenes on the set of The Voice.
Nick Cannon, Sarah Palin and Jessica Lange are interviewed. Plus, Lady Antebellum performs.
Chef Todd English cooks live.
Lou Manfredini and Martha Stewart are interviewed. Jonny Gray discusses his elimination on The Voice.
NFL legend Brett Favre is interviewed. Kenny Loggins performs.
Adam Levine talks about the current season of The Voice. Plus, men's holiday fashion.
Tony Dungy discusses the ongoing Jonathan Martin story. Drew Brees talks about his nonprofit. KLG and Hoda milk a goat.
Program originates inside the Central Islip State Hospital, a mental institution in New York.
Part II of the film report on the "beat generation".
Charles Van Doren interviews his father Mark Van Doren.
Il Divo performs. Plus, the food saver for the refrigerator.
Chef Giada De Laurentiis stops by. Hill Harper talks about his show Covert Affairs.
Fifth Harmony performs. Boston Red Sox players David Ortiz and Shane Victorino shave their beards live for charity.
Guests are Rev. Jesse Jackson, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Carol Bellamy and Muriel Humphrey.
Guests are actor Frank Langella Presidential candidate John B. Anderson and his choice for running mate former Wisconsin Governor Patrick J. Lucey. Topics include, a report on Home Insurance and a frisbee demonstration.
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg talk about their new movie 2 Guns. Actress Chloe Grace Moretz is interviewed.
Actor Matt Damon is interviewed. Robin Thicke performs on The Today Show Concert Series.
Paula Patton talks about her new movie 2 Guns.
Guest is Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica. Topic on the MX missile.
Bill Paxton talks about his new movie 2 Guns.
The Band Perry performs on The Today Show Concert Series.
Guests are sister violinists Ani and Ida Kavafian. Topics include, compulsive spenders and a report on the Miami Dolphins.
Guest is bandleader Benny Goodman.
Sara Bareilles performs her new single "I Choose You". Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht talk about the upcoming season of Suits.
Danielle Bradbery performs her new single "The Heart of Dixie" and talks about life after The Voice. Jeff Garlin discusses his new movie.
Skateboarder Nyjah Huston talks about the X-Games.
Mike Tyson talks about his battles with addiction. A report on 17 year old tennis player Victoria Duval and her road to the US Open. Miss Teen USA discusses a blackmail attempt against her. Pharrell Williams opens about his love of music.
Chef Chris Kimball is on the show.
Chef Geoffey Zakarian is on the show.
Actor James Franco is interviewed. Cee Lo Green talks about the new season of The Voice.
Actor Robert Redford is interviewed.
Actor Brad Pitt is interviewed. Plus, Scotty McCreery performs.
Guests are Art Buchwald, John B. Anderson, Mayor Dianne Feinstein of San Francisco and Douglas Fraser head of the Auto Workers Union.
President Carter's arrival in New York (Live), Press Secretary Jody Powell, Governor Bob Graham of Florida and Ruth Carter Stapleton.
Debra Messing and Eric McCormack are interviewed.
Author John Grisham talks about his new book Sycamore Row.
Guest is John White Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Topic includes "The Accuracy of Presidential Polls".
Reverend Al Sharpton is interviewed. Tony Bennett performs.
Guest is Muppet puppeteer Frank Oz. Topics include: a report on Lesbian sailors, children who are master bridge players and a discussion on infertility.
Guests are actresses Barbara Billingsley and Mary Stuart. Topics include photographic art, private clubs and the search for the Titanic.
Guest is author Erica Jong. Topics include major success for a minor league team and backyard cooking problems.
Bill O'Reilly talks about his controversial new book. Daniel Radcliffe discusses his new movie. Brooke Shields reacts to the Breaking Bad finale and other noteworthy stories.
Jim Cramer discusses the current financial crisis. Actor Orlando Bloom is interviewed. Chiwetel Ejiofor talks about his latest project. Tony Bennett discusses his new music venture. Cassadee Pope performs her single "Wasting All These Tears".
Looking back at the John F. Kennedy assassination. Dean Cain is interviewed. James Brolin joins the show. Kat Robichaud discusses her elimination on The Voice.
Interview with actress Shirley MacLaine (Part 2 of 2). AIDS series (Part 3 of 5). A look at the Miss America Pageant (Part 1 of 3). Men's makeover.
Interviews with actress Shirley MacLaine (Part 1 of 2) and Academy of Motion Picture president Jack Valenti. AIDS series (Part 2 of 5).
Interviews with actress Linda Evans, "Hour Magazine" host Gary Collins, singer Gloria Loring and Herschel Walker. AIDS series (Part 1 of 5).
Interview with Treasury Secretary James A. Baker. The Four Tops perform. Interview with Betty Rollin who helped her terminally ill mother commit suicide. The making of "John & Yoko: A Love Story" (Part 2 of 2).
Interviews with Phil Donahue and G. Gordon Liddy. The making of "John & Yoko: A Love Story" (Part 1 of 2). Husbands of successful women.
Interviews with actresses Betty White and Rue McClanahan of "The Golden Girls" and actress Greer Garson. AIDS series (Part 4 of 5). A look at the Miss America Pageant (Part 2 of 3). Titanic expedition report.
Interviews with composer John Williams, photographer Richard Avedon and magicians Penn & Teller. The Temptations perform. AIDS series (Part 5 of 5). A look at the Miss America Pageant (Part 3 of 3).
Interview with actor Alan Arkin. Preview of the Holmes-Spinks heavyweight championship bout. FarmAid preview. The trial of Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards.
Interviews with actress Meryl Streep, actor Kevin Dobson, Joan Kennedy, Bud Greenspan and Joan Collins' assistant Judy Bryer.
Interviews with actor-director Michael Landon, actress Mariel Hemingway and musician Cab Calloway. A look at Phototechnology. Learning disabilities (Part 3 of 3).
Interviews with actor Peter O'Toole, comic duo Bob & Ray, Donald Trump's secretary Norma Foerderer and William F. Buckley Jr. L.A. Aids benefit. Learning disabilities (Part 2 of 3).
Interviews with actress Jane Fonda, Miss America 1986 Susan Akin, Miss Mississippi and Henry Kissinger's executive assistant Chris Vick. A look at South African whites. Learning disabilities (Part 1 of 3).
Interview with actress Sigourney Weaver. Three-month political forecast. A look at the popularity of blue jeans.
Interviews with singers David Bowie and Arny Mann and Senate Minority Leader Robert Byrd. A look at Co-ed Sports.
Musician Barry Gibb is interviewed. Actress Fran Drescher stops by. Dr. Phil gives parenting advice. Former Olympian Sarah Hughes is interviewed. Plus, how to plan a Super Bowl party.
Nutrition expert Joy Bauer stops by. Beth Stern talks about her fight for animal rights. Tony Dungy interviews Jonathan Martin, a football player who left the Miami Dolphins after allegations of bullying. Drew Brees surprises Hoda. Actor Jeff Garlin is interviewed. Sarah Paulson talks about her latest role. Joe Biden reflects on the State of the Union Address. Snowboarder Danny Davis talks about the 2014 Winter Olympics. NFL players Randall Cobb and Mark Herzlich help children.moreless
Meat Loaf stops by. Animal handler David Mizejewski brings some friends to the program. Skiier Lindsey Vonn talks about being a correspodent for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Author Joyce Maynard is interviewed. Tamron Hall speaks with Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness.
Vanessa Hudgens is interviewed. Olympians Sarah Hendrickson, Lindsey Van and Jessica Jerome are interviewed.
Regina King and Gabby Douglas talk about the Lifetime movie about the gymnast's life. Chef Jet Tila stops by. Plus, Super Bowl cocktails.
Tony and Lauren Dungy stop by. Reality star Lisa Vanderpump is interviewed.
Interview with sci-fi author Ray Bradbury. The state of American labor. A look at seat-belt safety.
A look back at the Olympics Opening Ceremony. Kiefer Sutherland is interviewed. Barbra Streisand stops by. Ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White are interviewed. Mark Gaier and Clark Frasier show off new cooking ideas.
Kevin Costner stops by to talk about his latest films. Evan Lysacek and Kristi Yamaguchi preview the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Actor Chris Pratt is interviewed.
Yvette Nicole Brown talks about her show Community. Matchmaker Patti Stanger stops by. Shaun White has a major announcement regarding the Olympics. Jimmy Fallon talks about taking over The Tonight Show. Members of the US Men's and Women's hockey team are interviewed.
Andy Samberg talks about his show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Author Kelly Corrigan stops by. Colbie Caillat performs. Author Jackie Collins is interviewed.
Interviews with comedian Bill Cosby, tenor Luciano Pavarotti, author Marcia Chellis and the winner of the heavyweight championship bout Leon Spinks. EMMY award winners.
Interview with actor-director Orson Welles (Part 1 of 2). Neiman-Marcus Christmas catalog. A look at Dungeons & Dragons game.
Interviews with actress Ann-Margret, Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, skydivers John Robbins and Tom Piras and Jane Brody (Part 2 of 2). Subliminal messages (Part 1 of 2)
Interviews with actor Gene Hackman, actresses Stephanie Zimbalist and Judy Carne, Nancy Reagan, Jane Brody (Part 1 of 2) and Air Supply.
Interviews with actresses Mary Martin and Barbara Eden, Representative Bill Nelson (D-Fla) and U.S. Treasurer Katherine Ortega. World Series preview.
A look at the University of Michigan and Brown University in College life (Part 4 of 4).
Interviews with musician Chet Atkins, U.S. Ambassador to the U.S.S.R. Arthur Hartman, actress Sissy Spacek (Part 2 of 2), author James Michener (Part 2 of 2) and sportscaster Howard Cosell (Part 3 of 3). College life (Part 3 of 4).
Interviews with actress Ellen Burstyn, Freddie Jackson, Elizabeth McGovern, Lebanese President Amin Gemayel and Ellen Goodman. Subliminal messages (Part 2 of 2).
Interviews with actress Ally Sheedy and photographer Richard Avedon. World Series report. AIDS update. Athletes as role models.
Interviews with actor Charles Bronson, sci-fi author Ray Bradbury, singer Juice Newton and Senator Joe Biden (D-Del) (Part 2 of 2).
Interviews with Senator Joe Biden (D-Del) (Part 1 of 2), Norman Cousins, Judith Martin, Edward Herrmann, Sally Ride and tennis star Billie Jean King. 60's fashion revival.
Interviews with singer-actress Liza Minnelli (Part 2 of 2), actress Brooke Shields, comedian Howie Mandel and Camelia Sadat.
Interviews with singer-actress Liza Minnelli (Part 1 of 2) and TV personality Steve Allen. Telling lies. Heart-transplant doctors.
Interviews with singer Little Steven, West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Bishop Desmond Tutu. Statue of Liberty repairs.
Interviews with producer Norman Lear, actress Dyan Cannon, actress Sissy Spacek (Part 1 of 2), author James Michener (Part 1 of 2) and sportscaster Howard Cosell (Part 2 of 3). College life (Part 2 of 4).
Interview with sportscaster Howard Cosell (Part 1 of 3). College life (Part 1 of 4).
Interviews with singer-songwriter Paul Anka, singer Juice Newton, conductor Andre Previn (Part 2 of 2) and actress Jessica Lange (Part 5 of 5). Patient advisory councils.
Interview with actor Alan Arkin. A look at Christmas toys.
Interviews with musician Pete Townsend, actress Marla Gibbs and rock group Dire Straits.
Interviews with singer-musician Phil Collins, Miss Universe 1985 Deborah Carthy-Deu and John DeLorean (Part 3 of 3).
Interviews with author Kurt Vonnegut, film director Martin Scorsese (Part 2 of 2) and John DeLorean (Part 2 of 3).
Interviews with actor-director Orson Welles (Part 2 of 2), film director Martin Scorsese (Part 1 of 2), singer Tina Turner and John DeLorean (Part 1 of 3).
Interviews with actresses Helen Hayes and Bea Arthur and author Carl Sagan. Visit with a Japanese executive who plans to bring "42nd Street" to his country.
Interviews with actor John Larroquette, William Haddad author of "Hard Driving", Governor Richard Lamm (D-Colo) and Senator Robert Dole (R-Kan).
Interviews with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, conductor Andre Previn (Part 1 of 2) and actress Jessica Lange (Part 4 of 5).
Interviews with actor Peter O'Toole, photographer Richard Avedon and actress Jessica Lange (Part 3 of 5). Baseball playoffs preview.
Interviews with actor John Gielgud (Part 2 of 2), actress Jessica Lange (Part 2 of 5) and talk show host Larry King. Baseball playoffs preview. Health maintenance organizations.
Interviews with actor John Gielgud (Part 1 of 2), actress Jessica Lange (Part 1 of 5), Reverend Billy Graham and photographer Ansel Adams.
Interviews with Dean Paul Martin, actress Kelly McGillis and comedian Alan King.
A look at sugar vs. corn syrup. Savannah interviews Mitt Romney. Plus, Birdy performs live.
Martha Stewart stops by. Women's Ski Jumping athletes Abby Hughes, Lindsay Van and Jessica Jerome are interviewed.
Figure skating legend Brian Boitano talks about the Winter Olympics. OneRepublic performs. Actress Nicollette Sheridan is interviewed. The Texas Tenors perform.
A look at the movies this holiday season. Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice talks about anti-bullying campaign.
John O'Hurley talks about The National Dog Show. Martha Stewart joins the show. Black Friday preparations.
Singer Kelly Clarkson is interviewed. Activities for Thanksgiving Day. Singer Rick Springfield is interviewed. Actor Richard Dreyfuss joins the show.
A reunion for The Beatles' Ringo Starr. Author James Patterson is interviewed. Plus, the perfect Thanksgiving meals.
Susan Boyle performs. Kelly Rowland talks about her work with the Salvation Army. Holley Mangold discusses The Biggest Loser.
Miranda Cosgrove is interviewed. Chef Graham Elliot joins the show. TV personality Matthew Hussey is interviewed.
Mel B performs her new song "For Once in My Life". Tyler Perry and Larry the Cable Guy talk about Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas.
Singer Alexa Ray Joel is interviewed. John Goodman joins the show. Danny DeVito and Mara Wilson are interviewed.
Carrie Underwood talks about tonight's The Sound of Music live show on NBC. Mary J. Blige performs. John Goodman is interviewed. Matthew Schuler discusses his elimination on The Voice.
Leona Lewis talks about her Christmas album. Jewel discusses touring while having a young child. Singer Gloria Gaynor is interviewed.
Interview with actor Robert De Niro (Part 3 of 3). Performance by The O'Jays.
Guests are singer-musician Glenn Frey, actor Robert De Niro (Part 2 of 3) and the Kodak All-America football team selections.
Guests are actor Robert DeNiro (Part 1 of 3), singers Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor, actress Victoria Principal, author Andrew Tobias, Sen. Paul Tsongas (D-Mass) and former World Bank president Robert McNamara.
Guests are singer Connie Francis, actor Malcolm McDowell, author Barry Gifford and Dr. Michael DeBakey author of "The Living Heart Diet". Topics include, Space Shuttle update. Zoning laws and mobile homes.
Guests are actress Kristian Alfonso and pop duo Jan and Dean. Topic includes, The increasing immigrant population of Fairfax, Va.
Interview with former President Jimmy Carter. Topics include, Where labor stands on the issues. How television commercials are made.
Host Dave Garroway interviews singer-actor Harry Belafonte talks about his new movie "Carmen Jones".
Journalists Tom Brokaw and Dan Rather are interviewed. Figure skater Michael Weiss talks about the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Chef Giada De Laurentiis joins the show.
Guests are actresses Kathleen Turner and Marisa Berenson, actor-comedian George Burns (Part 2) and singer Julian Lennon (Part 1). Topics include, Heavy metal lung disease (Part 3). Relationships between children and senior citizens.
Guests are actor Mark Harmon, Opera singer Placido Domingo, author Frederick Forsyth and author Lisa Birnbach (Part 3 of 3)
Guests are pop group Duran Duran. Topics: Plight of the American farmer. Parenting (Part 2 of 3).
Guest is actor Gary Coleman. Topic: Parenting (Part 3 of 3).
Guests are actress Sissy Spacek (Part 1 of 2), actors Tom Selleck and James Carroll and actress Diane Lane.
Guest is entertainer Bob Hope who is promoting his Christmas Special "It's a Ho-Ho Hope's Jolly Christmas Hour" starring Shirley Jones, Brooke Shields, Mary Lou Retton and Joey Lawrence.
Interviews with rocker Alice Cooper, disco group The Village People, author Susan Cheever and Eileen Ford introduces the Face of the '80's.
Figure skater Ashley Wagner discusses the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. James Roday and Dule Hill talk about Psych's musical episode.
Christina Perri performs. Actor Steven van Zandt is interviewed. Oscar Isaac joins the show. Dr. Jordan Metzl stops by. Chiwetel Ejiofor discusses his Golden Globe nomination. Cole Vosbury talks about his elimination on The Voice.
A preview of the Golden Globes. TV personality Matthew Hussey stops by.
Dan Stevens talks about his show Downton Abbey. Plus, Ambush Makeovers!
Law and Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay and executive producer Dick Wolf are interviewed. Comedian Will Forte stops by. A look at the LPGA Tour. Actor Kellan Lutz joins the show.
Sophia Bush talks about her new show Chicago PD. Actor Dean Cain stops by. John Newman performs live. The latest eliminated contestant from The Biggest Loser joins the program.
Allison Williams talks about the return of her HBO comedy Girls. Author John Rizzo joins the show. Chef Craig Koketsu cooks live. Tips for finding success in 2014. Actress Carey Mulligan is interviewed.
Cuba Gooding Jr. is interviewed. The winners of The Sing-Off Home Free perform live. The US Figure Skating team stops by. A look back at the fashion of The Golden Globe Awards.
A countdown to the Winter Olympics. Jennifer Nettles performs live.
Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller talk about their new movie That Awkward Moment. Yvonne Strahovski is interviewed.
Joe Scarborough talks about the Chris Christie controversy. Washington Capitals player Alexander Ovechkin discusses the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Neon Trees performs.
Actress Isabella Rossellini is interviewed.
Kevin Hart and Ice Cube talk about their new movie Ride Along. Apolo Ohno talks about the 2014 Winter Olympics. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is interviewed.
Brooke Shields guest co-hosts today. Chef Eric Gabrynowicz stops by. Figure skater Joannie Rochette talks about the Winter Olympics. Chef Michael Mina cooks live.
Jim Rash and Gillian Jacobs talk about the return of Community. Jim Cramer discusses the latest financial stories. Nutritionist Lauren Slayton gives health tips.
Today talks about how to celebrate the New Year.
Actor Keanu Reeves is interviewed. Tessanne Chin talks about winning The Voice. Plus, Amick Byram performs.
Actor Justin Long is interviewed. Plus, Straight No Chaser performs.
Chef Giada De Laurentiis stops by. Actress Megan Hilty is interviewed.
Chef Giada De Laurentiis stops by. Actor John Leguizamo is interviewed. Figure skater Tara Lipinski is interviewed. Plus, Michael Buble performs. Singer Shakira is interviewed.
Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz is interviewed. Il Volo performs. Chef Charlie Kimball stops by.
Mary J. Blige performs. Ethan Hawke talks about his role in Macbeth. Bobsledder Steven Holcomb is interviewed.
Dr. Madelyn Fernstrom stops by.
Today looks back at 2013 and has great ideas for Midnight. Jane Lynch and Carson Daly preview NBC's New Year's Eve show. Ethan Hawke reads Shakespeare with Kathie Lee and Hoda.
Actor John Leguizamo stops by. Michelle Chamuel performs her new song "Go Down Singing".
It is Christmas Day on The Today Show! Performances by Leona Lewis and Libera, plus an interview with Trisha Yearwood.
Paula Deen no-shows her scheduled interview. Behind Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby being named North. Danielle Bradbery talks about winning The Voice and overcoming stage fright. Hunter Hayes and Harry Connick Jr. both perform.
Guests are singer Anne Murray, Senator Frank Church, Donald F. McHenry, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Stan and Jan Berenstain.
Guests are Henry Kissinger, ballerina Margot Fonteyn, actress Maggie Smith and a report on street musicians.
Guest is actor John Houseman, new cures for back problems and a discussion of literacy.
Guests are Alistair Cooke, Patricia Roberts Harris and "Medical Breakthroughs" (Part I).
Guests are actress Colleen Dewhurst, Vaughn Meader, "Armored Limousines", Iran Update and "Life in the 80's" (Part V).
Guests are actresses Stella Stevens and Tina Louise, Roger Fisher, international law expert, Iran Update and "Stretching exercises for skiers".
Guest is actress Lisa Eichhorn, a profile of Max E. Andrews, unusual musical instruments and Marijuana and Hawaii.
Guests are actor Leonard Nimoy, Country singer Kenny Rogers, Alex Comfort and a report on the Comanches of the Florida State football team.
Guests are actor Billy Dee Williams and Dr. Charles Figley expert on catastrophic disorders.
Guest is Roslyn Carter will discuss her recent visit to Cambodia.
Guests are actor Billy Dee Williams, Dr. Carolyn Gerster, President of the National Right to Life Committee and "Marijuana and Hawaii".
Guests are actresses Angie Dickinson and Marsha Mason, playwright Neil Simon, Senator William Proxmire, Douglas Fraser, President of the United Auto Workers and a discussion of the Chrysler situation.
Guests are actress Colleen Dewhurst, Bishop John Dougherty, John Wellington, Dean of Yale Law School and "Medical School Admissions Policy".
Guests are Bruce and Carol Hart, report on the Museum of Modern Arts, "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade", Iran Update and "Life in the 80's" (Part IV).
Guests are actress Sophia Loren, Senator William Proxmire, Martin Sloane, food coupon expert, a report on the Republican Governors' Conference in Austin and "Life in the 80's" (Part III).
Guests are TV personality Ed McMahon, John Delorean, an update on Iran and "Life in the 80's" (Part II).
Guests are Conservationist Dan Yergin, actress Joanne Woodward, author Thomas Wolfe, Part I of a IV part series on advice for keeping up with inflation and Helen Kaplan who thinks that sex is not fun.
Guests are Senator Howard Baker, Anthony Holden author of "Prince Charles", Country singer Ronnie Milsap, Rev. Billy Graham and "Medical Breakthroughs in Diabetes".
Guests are Howard Jarvis, Lee Mendelson, "A Single Woman from Washington D.C.", "The Economy" (Part I) and a report on a perpetual motion machine.
Guests are Anthony Armstrong Jones, actress Kathy Nolan, Ron Mendren, "A Family From Chicago", "The Economy" (Part II) and a profile of Liberty Island.
Guests are singer-actress Bette Midler and Country singer Mel Tillis. Updates on the hostage situation in Iran, Irish Prime Minister Jack Lynch, travel report on Lake Placid, report on President Carter in Canada and a discussion on teenage suicide.
Guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actress Jean Stapleton, an update on Iran and "Life in the 80's" (Part I).
Guests are singer Diana Ross, comedian Tim Conway, Charles Duncan, Sec'y Dept. of Energy and "Birth Control" (Part IV).
Guests are Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman and actress Elizabeth Hurt. "Birth Control" (Part III) and Cambodian Orphans.
Guests are Ronald Reagan, singer-actress Stephanie Mills and Lady Antonia Fraser. Update on Iran and "Birth Control" (Part II).
Guests are actress Joanne Woodward, Max Cleland, reports on the hostage situation in Iran, "Birth Control" (Part I), etiquette schools and Liberty Island.
Guests are actors Dustin Hoffman and Roy Scheider, Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great Britain and Chef Julia Child.
Guests are comedian-actor Art Carney, actor Roy Scheider, handicapped skiing and a report on drunken driving.
Guests are director Otto Preminger, dancer Ann Reinking, DePaul coach Ray Meyer, Iowa Caucus results and silver and gold prices.
"Iowa Caucus - American Mood" and a report on children and arson.
Guests are Press Secretary Jody Powell, Georgia Rosenblum, families of three Iranian hostages and Pittsburgh preparing for the Super Bowl.
Guests are actress Joan Van Ark, "Super Bowl Preview Part I", Cambodia Update and Celebrity lawsuits.
Guests are actor Ricky Schroder, Surgeon General Richmond Malcolm Toor, former ambassador to the U.S.S.R., report on international terrorism and "What Olympic Sponsorhip Means?"
Guests are John Williams conductor of the Boston Pops, Secretary of Education Shirly Hufstedlar and Iranian update.
Guests are model-actress Lauren Hutton, John Wayne's stuntman, author Herb Schmertz, Senator Frank Church, Senator Jacob Javits and reaction to the State of the Union address.
Guests are politicial songwriter George Weiss, author Jerzy Kozinski, sports entrepreneur Jerry Bussey, a report on slot machines and Iranian and Afghanistan updates.
Guest is General David Jones, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Part one of a three-part series on "The Brain". Discussion on senior romance.
Guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Dory Schary, actors Audrey Peters and Ron Tomme of "Love of Life", Crisis updates, AP Poll on the Draft and "Drug Treatment" (Part III).
Guests are comedian Alan King, Felix Royhatin, William Simon, Harry Warren, Merrill Pannatt, "Drugs to Combat Heart Attacks" and "Different Ways to Treat Drug Habits".
Guests are choreographer Bob Fosse, Carolyn Reed who is trying to unionize domestic workers and music as therapy for the handicapped.
Guests are author Steve Shagen, Barbara Bush, wife of George Bush and "Premature Babies".
Guest is actress Colleen Dewhurst, filmed footage of Moslem rebels in Afghanistan, reports on child custody and senior citizen's bowling.
Guest is actress Blythe Danner and a report on curses.
Guests are actress Meryl Streep, author Andrew Boyle, a couple selected for the American Test Tube Baby Project, updates on Afghanistan and Iran and "Cambodian Refugees".
Guests are actor Tony Randall, author Carol Botwin, Iranian update and "Fashions of the 70's".
Guests are Peter Duchin Quartet, Canby Singers and the Manhattan Rhythm Kings.
Guests are actress Valerie Harper, Stamford Roff, head of Social Security and "Religion in the 80's".
Guests are actor Mickey Rooney, author Jim Welch and "Alternative Christmases".
Guests are actor Dustin Hoffman, musician Al Hirt, author Tom Wolfe, "Energy-Saving Devices" and a profile of an Iranian family.
Guests are cartoonist Paul Conrad, Michael Savage the coupon king, Lee Eisenberg presents the Dubious Achievement Awards, Iranian update and "Aging in America".
Guests are actor Hume Cronyn and his wife actress Jessica Tandy and Iranian update.
Guests are columnist Liz Smith, magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown and Calvin Trillin.
Guests are conductor Zubin Mehta, tennis star Arthur Ashe, reports on tennis and bonds, updates on Afghanistan and Iran and "Best Movies of 1979".
Guest is Secretary of Agriculture Bob Bergland, a report on gold, "Should the U.S. Go to the 1980 Olympics?" and "What Has Happened to the Body During the Last Decade?"
Reports on the Iowa debates, legal entanglements for Ford's Pinto, housing developments and single parents.
Guests are actress Colleen Dewhurst, football star O.J. Simpson, Iranian update and "Places to Live in the 80's".
Guests are actor Paul Robeson, Dr. Alex Comfort, Iranian update and reports on surrogate mothers.
Guests are Opera singer Beverly Sills, the new Miss America Cheryl Prewitt (Miss Mississippi), discussion on junk food being served in schools, the recent boom in housing and trans-racial adoption.
Guests are announcer Don Wilson, TV personality Bess Meyerson, tennis star John McEnroe, Country singer Waylon Jennings, a report on Jack the Ripper and camp for children with cancer.
Interview with the Dali Lama, Reports on Lord Mountbatten's funeral, Coronary bypass surgery and the rising hospital costs.
Guests are actor Fritz Weaver, author Fran Lebowitz, a report on the record industry (Part I) and advice on discount realtors.
Guests are actors Vincent Price and Dick Van Patten, director Stanley Kramer and a report on the record industry (Part III).
Guests are Jerry Brown Governor of California, Sir Freddie Laker, authors Tom Wolfe and Robert Kaiser and a discussion of the right to privacy.
Guests are Moshe Dayan, actress Rita Moreno, Anna Kashfi Brando and a report on hot air ballooning in Oregon.
Guests are Senator Henry Jackson, author James Burke and a report on hockey star Gordy Howe.
Guests are singer-songwriter James Taylor, actress Deborah Raffin and How Colleges plan on meeting the problems of the future.
Guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., James Baldwin (Part II), reports on colleges that are facing financial problems and a discussion of Wrigley Field.
Guests are Rep. Al Ullman, James Baldwin (Part I) and comedian David Steinberg.
Kevin Ware discusses the gruesome injury he suffered during the NCAA basketball tournament.
An update on the funeral service planned for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Reaction to the passing of Annette Funicello. Los Angeles Angels player Mike Trout talks about his success. Volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings brings her newest child on camera.
Guests are former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, actor Martin Sheen, "Home Energy Audit" and Soap Operas (Part I).
Guests are John Swearingen chairman of the board of Exxon Corporation, Sebastian Coe, Norman Cousins and a report on "Sesame Street".
Guest is cartoonist Jules Feiffer, "A Debate on Nuclear Dangers", Part I of the Cancer Series and Dracula movies.
Guests are journalist Carl Bernstein, White House Press Secretary Jody Powell, Robert Strauss, bandleader Benny Goodman, auhor Ralph Rosenblum, a report on credit ratings and "People Who Lived Through The Great Depression".
Guests are Senator Barry Goldwater, actor Michael Douglas, folksinger Joan Baez, freelance journalist John Alpert and a report on new franchising operation on body tans.
Guests are Lee Iacocca chairman of the board of Chrysler Corp, Republican Senator John Danforth of Missouri and film producer-director Frank Capra.
Guests are actress Sophia Loren, singer-actor Kris Kristofferson, former Defense Secretary James Schlesinger, novelist Michael Korda and Paul McCartney (on tape).
Guests are fashion designer Bob Mackie, actor Richard Thomas, Zero Garo Yetremian, a report on a floating boutique, "The Tranquilizing of America" and Chicago vs. Hare Krishna.
Guests are Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, author Jerzy Kosinksi, actress Candice Bergen and highlights of the Pope's visit.
Guests are Father Andrew Greeley, Elliot Estes, President of General Motors and a report on John Paul II in New York.
Guests are Henry Kissinger, actor Richard Gere, Country singer-actor Gene Autry and Senator Frank Church.
Guest is actress Jill Clayburgh, discussion on TV Soap Operas, report on divorced men and a report on the Pope in Boston.
Guest is Rep. Al Ullman and a report on England's value added tax.
Guests are actors Hal Holbrook, Raymond Massey, Kirk Douglas and his son Michael Douglas and a report on Solar Toys.
Guests are Walter Hoving head of Tiffany & Company, singer Rita Coolidge and a report on glass art.