The Tomorrow Show (1973) - Season 6

NBC (ended 1982)


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  • August 27, 1979
    August 27, 1979
    Episode 1844

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Clayton Moore discusses (via telephone) Wrather Corp's restraining order which prevents him from appearing in public as The Lone Ranger - a character he portrayed for 30 years. Michael and Wendy Lusa discuss the fact that a black child whom they were about to adopt was taken from them because they are white. Their Bahai Religion teaches there is but one race - human. When they were about to adopt a black child their social worker said it was against state law. Black social worker Leora Neal argues that a black home is best for a black child to learn ways of coping in a racist society. Ex-Buffalo Bills QB Congressman Jack Kemp discusses his book "An American Renaissance" which advocates economic growth without inflation by means of a 13 cut in income taxes over 3 years. He denies that there is a shortage of oil, rather independent oil producers are being hindered from exploration. He Notes New Canadian discovery that may hold more fuel than Kuwait. He's weighing a run for U.S. Senate.

  • August 30, 1979
    August 30, 1979
    Episode 187

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are choreographer Agnes DeMille and David Fine.

  • August 29, 1979
    August 29, 1979
    Episode 186

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Michael Baden, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner For NYC and Dr. Robert Stein, Chief Medical Examiner For Cook County (Il.) discuss the demands of their jobs. Dr. Baden says Gov. Rockefeller did not die while having sex. They discuss politics impinging on their jobs and safety devices derived from study of crash victims. Stein sees future threat from stress while Baden worries about environmental pollution. He Notes That M.E.S are often consulted about preventing suicides by those in police custody while Stein Laments Underemphasis on Forensic Education in U.S. Author of "Tragedy Is My Parish" of Fr. Peter Rogers discusses his work as New Orleans's Police and Fire Departments Chaplain. Also a policeman He says he finds hostage situations the most dangerous. He says suicide prevention and informing wives of their husbands' deaths are also difficult. He says he's happy as a Missionary Priest.

  • August 28, 1979
    August 28, 1979
    Episode 185

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tennis star Arthur Ashe discusses his recent hospitalization due to a heart attack. He learned a heart attack is not a single incident but several that occur over 18-48 hours. He was treated with Nitroglycerine Pills. He cannot run or bike now but hopes to resume his tennis career next January. Author Albert J. Lowry of "How You Can Become Financially Independent By Investing in Real Estate" advises purchasing property real estate. He suggests beginning in suburbs, buying from someone who needs to sell and making an offer unrelated to asking price. He says above all don't sign a contract without a provision by which you can weasel out. Garbalogist A.J. Webermen says he began his career by sifting through Bob Dylan's garbage. Esquire hired him to analyze celebrities trash. He uncovered Roy Cohn's financial funnelings and Gloria Vanderbilt's empty valium bottles. He displays Garbart - sculptures of celebrities made from their garbage (Judge John Sirica and John Mitchell) and picks through garbage of Howard Jarvis. He notes that its no invasion of privacy since garbage cans are not private.

  • August 23, 1979
    August 23, 1979
    Episode 183

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are dealer Kevin Brown and Film Producer Jamie Davis demonstrate the ins and outs of three-card-monte. Kevin explains the sleight of hand involved in luring customers as well as the role of decoys (or shills). Kevin demonstrates what a suckers game it is with several staff members. Author of "Body Rhythm" Lee Weston discusses our body clock. He says alcohol imbibed in the morning has five times the effect it does in the evening. One day is required to recover from each time zone crossed. U.S. athletes heading for the Moscow Olympics will need three weeks to recover from their jet lag. Musician Paul Zotos explains his movement to reunite The Beatles. He's circulating petitions so as to brandish evidence of fan demand. Part of his record "Come Back Beatles" is heard.

  • August 22, 1979
    August 22, 1979
    Episode 182

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are NAACP President Benjamin Hooks, SCLC President Dr. Joseph Lowery and Jewish spokesman Theodore Mann discuss the alleged rift between Blacks and Jews over the PLO. Dr. Lowery says he met with the PLO to pursue peace. Mann says The PLO, Like The KKK, is beyond reason. Hooks asks how peace is possible without communication. Mann suggests following The Camp David guidelines. If PLO makes a concession he says Israel will follow but he feels if Israel were to make a concession he does not feel the PLO would follow. Leader of 5 million strong Zulu Nation as well as South Africa's largest black political party Gatsha Buthelezi explains that while some small victories in fight against Apartheid have been won the larger issues of human dignity remain unchanged. He says The U.S. boycott of South African goods is appreciated but that a pullout by U.S. businesses would hurt the black economy. He comments that an interview like this would be impossible in South Africa.

  • August 21, 1979
    August 21, 1979
    Episode 181

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Marcia Womongold, on probation for blowing out pornographic bookshop window with a rifle, says she believes that pornography promotes rape of women. She discusses her tactics to rid communities of pornographic material. Publisher of Screw Magazine, Al Goldstein, Joins Discussion. He disagrees with her, says rape is not about sex but about power. When Marcia remarks that Tom and Al would probably like to rape her, Tom -- visibly offended -- firmly corrects her. Tonni Tucci, author of "The Butterfly Secret, " discusses sex for women over 60. She comments on breaking taboos and says that Ms. Womongold does not speak for all women.

  • August 20, 1979
    August 20, 1979
    Episode 180

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian Andy Kaufman and Stanley Marcus, one of the founders of Neiman-Marcus.

  • August 16, 1979
    August 16, 1979
    Episode 179

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are astrologer Linda Goodman, author of "Love Signs," discusses her work and her daughter Sally whom the authorities have declared dead but whom she believes witnessed a murder and is now being forcibly detained in a witness protection program by means of repeated induced amnesia. Proprietor Dana Montana of Sugarshack Nightclub in Lake Geneva (WI.) discusses her presentation of male strippers for a 95% female crowd. Ex-Liberace bodyguard Larry Slade and ex-construction worker Guy Garrett comment. Clip is Shown of Slade dancing. Montana notes that because "No Touch" laws apply to female dancers only her male strippers are fondled constantly by the clientele.

  • August 15, 1979
    August 15, 1979
    Episode 178

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Woodstock II Producer John Morris blames the festival's collapse on town officials wary of disruptions of local life. As stage manager for the original Woodstock he says he fears the age of big charity concerts is over because social conscience has declined. Nutritionist Gary Null discusses his current article in Penthouse Magazine on cancer. He comments that the American Medical Association does not encourage the use of alternative methods for cancer treatment. He says that most of The American Cancer Society's $50 million budget goes to chemotherapy which kills both good and bad cells. He argues that little research is done on alternative therapies.
    Cancer specialist Dr. Joseph Gold joins the discussion. He argues that Hydrazine Sulfate inhibits the enzyme that causes weight loss that kills many cancer patients. Author of "Binge" Dr. Ronald Cohen argues that boredom and loneliness can cause over-eating. He comments that women deliberately gain weight to repel men because they do not want to stimulate their own libidos.

  • August 14, 1979
    August 14, 1979
    Episode 177

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Eleanor Coppola, author and wife of film director Francis Coppola, discusses "Notes," her published journal about the filming of her husband's "Apocalypse Now." She says the worst things about the 18 months in the Philippines were the cockroaches and the food. She made a documentary while there. Clip from it is shown. She says their children will travel with them to Russia For "Apocalypse Now's" premiere there. Photographer Francesco Scavullo explains how he puts his subjects at ease during shootings. He displays examples of his work and describes how he took the poster for "The Main Event" Movie. He talks about his book on baseball and his first TV directing job - a CBS Special with Crystal Gayle.

  • August 13, 1979
    August 13, 1979
    Episode 176

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer Meatloaf discusses his Platinum Album "Bat Out of Hell." He explains the origin of his name (an epithet unleashed by an angry football coach). He comments on his often violent Texas childhood, his early theatrical roles i.e. in "Hair" and Joe Papps' production of "As You Like It," his song "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" which has narration by Phil Rizzuto, meeting Bill Paley, his water diet and his performance style. Tape shown of Meat Loaf singing, then scenes of the recent anti-disco riot in Comiskey Park. Clip is shown from Meat Loaf's movie "Americathon" in which he kills a car. Disc jockey Steve Dahl of WLUP-FM (Chicago) joins the discussion and explains how his plan to explode a pile of Disco records at a doubleheader intermission turned into a full-scale riot. Dahl inhales helium to sing in a high voice like the Bee Gees then Tom inhales it to say goodnight.

  • August 9, 1979
    August 9, 1979
    Episode 175

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Charles Kuralt discusses his "On The Road" segments for CBS News, his new book "Dateline America" and his new program "Sunday Morning." He explains how 3 month project turned into career freedom to go where and do what he wants. He says the lowest story he ever did was about a swimming pig and recalls his early newspaper career. Dr. Emile Spillman, medical hypnotist, explains how he interviewed prospective jurors for the Ted Bundy Trial. Clips of Bundy during the trial. He says although he thinks Bundy was guilty he believes he was convicted because of his hostile attitude.

  • August 8, 1979
    August 8, 1979
    Episode 174

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sports broadcasters and brothers Marv, Al and Steve Albert.

  • August 7, 1979
    August 7, 1979
    Episode 173

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Billy Carter and wife Sybil describe how they both participated in therapy at Long Beach for Billy's alcoholism. Each learned to be responsible for their own life and allow the partner to do the same. The whole family must change the way it thinks about the patient's condition. Billy says he never said all Jews could kiss his ass. He feels Ted Kennedy Might Make A Good President but couldn't teach driver education in Georgia and that the energy shortage is genuine. Consumer Advocate Horowitz comments on why he took his job at KNBC-TV and his book "Fight Back and Don't Get Ripped Off. He says though he's been sued he's never been to court.

  • August 6, 1979
    August 6, 1979
    Episode 172

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tony Guida, who replaced Floyd Kalber as newsman on "Today" describes his first day on the job. Author Tom Wolfe discusses The Concept of "The Right Stuff about which his latest book is the subject. It refers to a form of bravery that pilots prize. Wolfe says pilots feel that they are paid for their reaction to perhaps 45 seconds of an emergency, the rest of the time is like driving a bus. Jean Coyle, Presidental candidate, is running in the 1980 election with the slogan "It's Time For A Lady in 1980." She says women should forbid their husbands and sons from fighting in wars.

  • August 2, 1979
    August 2, 1979
    Episode 171

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. William Waddill, acquitted in the alleged strangulation of a baby who survived an abortion, discusses the trial. He didn't know the woman was 28 weeks pregnant. The aborted baby was virtually dead but taken to a nursery. Waddill says the obstetrician he called in did nothing to resuscitate the baby and started rumor Waddill killed it. Waddill claims politics was a big part of the trial. Actor Michael Moriarty discusses his Emmy-Winning role in Holocaust. While Playing Nazi Erik Dorf, he Found Catholicism when he realized that faith will overcome any evil. He feels the treatment of the Vietnamese boat people is the new Holocaust. He's raising funds via interfaith hunger appeal. He's presently performing at a Soho Club and with bass player Jay Lanhart sings "Stella By Starlight."

  • August 1, 1979
    August 1, 1979
    Episode 170

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are writer Howard Koch explains the appeal of his film "Casablanca" by giving several generations something to believe in. He hopes it is never re-made and cannot imagine any other actors in those parts. Excerpt from radio play "War of The Worlds" (also written by Koch) heard. Koch recalls his years in European exile after being blacklisted in America. Julius and Barbara Fast, authors of "Talking Between The Lines" explain their concept of Meta-Communications. It means that everything that goes into one's voice besides words (volume, tone, etc.). They are trying to determine how to get a subliminal message about whether or not we like a person. They consider President Carter a poor Meta-Communicator. They discuss effective listening techniques.

  • July 31, 1979
    July 31, 1979
    Episode 169

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are feminist writer Vicki McCarty talks about how she came to be Playboy's September centerfold. She feels Feminism should be concerned with rounding out women, and pride in their bodies is part of it. and Curtis Sliwa, founder of The Magnificent 13, a 100-member unarmed vigilante group formed to stop NYC subway crime, talks about how his group works effectively because its members are multi-ethnic. He says when evaluating recruits, physical skills are important but the crucial factor is psychological ability to handle life and death situations.

  • July 30, 1979
    July 30, 1979
    Episode 168

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Bernard Lefkowitz, author of "Break Time: Living in A 9 to 5 World Without Work" discusses people who voluntarily drop out of the work force. Most take a few years off now and then and return with a different viewpoint. Most survive using a shadow economy of under the table jobs, etc. Three Work Dropouts: Sue Sommer Loos, Wayne McAllister, former Lawyer and John Turner, former advertising executive join discussion. Roller Arena, A Wall Street stockbroker by day and a disco queen at night, discusses his interest in cross-dressing and promoting its expression.

  • July 19, 1979
    July 19, 1979
    Episode 167

    Host Tom Snyder guests are Ward Hall, co-owner of World Attractions, leaders in the sideshow business and Joe McKennon, ex-carnival worker and author of "A Pictorial History of The American Carnival" discuss their early years in the business. Both men assure Snyder that carnivals are now completely honest. Dolly Scott, half-lady and half-baby, sword swallower John Trouwer, and dwarf fire-eater Peter Terhurne (The Smiling Dwarf) join the discussion.

  • July 18, 1979
    July 18, 1979
    Episode 166

    Host Tom Snyder guests are Frank Nelligan, school counselor at Bridge Elementary School in Lexington (MA), discusses support group he founded for children of divorced parents. Lynda Krasno and David Pollack, children of divorced parents, join the discussion. Harry Begg, first unwed father to win custody of his child, and unwed father Dean Milke, in the process of adopting his daughter, discuss how laws are unfairly tipped in favor of mothers.

  • July 16, 1979
    July 16, 1979
    Episode 165

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Gilda Radner of NBCs "Saturday Night Live" discusses her new Broadway show "Gilda Radner: Live from New York" and the "Saturday Night Live" show. Gilda claims she will perform her TV characters much larger on Broadway. She discusses how NBC censors work with "Saturday Night Live" and the mechanics of the dress rehearsal. She claims she is so comfortable with the SNL atmosphere she has no desire to leave the show. Philip Anglim, Carole Shelley and Kevin Conway, stars of Tony Award winning Broadway play "The Elephant Man," comment on their roles. Anglim notes the twisted, grotesque position he assumes in the show requires a masseur twice weekly to prevent permanent damage.

  • July 12, 1979
    July 12, 1979
    Episode 164

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mayor Ed Koch.

  • July 11, 1979
    July 11, 1979
    Episode 163

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Judith Johnson, R.N., developer of the "I Can Cope" teaches cancer patients to control their lives by reducing anxiety and depression and removing mysteries of the disease itself. Snyder is joined in studio by author Kathryn Morgan Ryan who co-authored a cancer related book, "A Private Battle," with her husband Cornelius Ryan, who died after a long battle with cancer. Ryan comments on how she and her husband were shocked and angered to find out that Connie Ryan had cancer. She comments on her husband's coming to terms with his cancer and how he kept on doing things he normally would do. She comments on the visits to hospitals and doctors for tests and treatments. She mentions how her husband was working on one of his most famous books "A Bridge Too Far" while battling cancer and how he was dedicated to finish the book before dying. She comments on their marriage and how admirable his battle with cancer was. She discusses what motivated her and Connie to write the book "A Private Battle" and how they hope it would help other people cope with cancer. She comments on finding audio tapes Connie had secretly made about his battle with cancer and how she incorporated these tapes into the book posthumously. Snyder is joined live in studio by Linda Gingrich, a cancer survivor, who talks about her own personal battle with cancer. Johnson comments on the motivations to start the "I Can Cope" program. Gingrich comments on a large button she is wearing on her blouse "I Can Cope."

  • July 10, 1979
    July 10, 1979
    Episode 162

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Holly Woodlawn and Divine (Harris Glenn Milstead), actors playing women in a play called "Neon Woman" and director Ron Link, discuss the lead-in show that is seen at at discotheque in Provincetown (MA). Woodlawn and Divine insist they are not transvestites but just actors doing a job. Woodlawn, however, mentions wanting to have a sex change when he was younger. They discuss their backgrounds, the roles and their next tour. Howard Widgee, energy chairman for the New Jersey section of the National Automobile Dealers of America, discusses an ad he put in The New York Times attacking President Carter's energy policy. He says there is no energy policy, and is against gas rationing claiming it will spur the largest black market in history.

  • July 9, 1979
    July 9, 1979
    Episode 161

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ted Turner, owner of the Atlanta Braves and communications executive and news correspondent Daniel Schorr.

  • July 4, 1979
    July 4, 1979
    Episode 159

    Host Tom Snyder talks about the July 4th holiday and narrates news footage of the capture of a great white shark. Guests are Peter Benchley, author of "Jaws," "The Deep" and "The Island" discusses the impact of "Jaws." comments on shark behavior. "The Island" covers the disappearance of ships in The Bermuda Triangle. He talks about his own experience there. He comments on dangers in underwater photography, etc. difficulty of location shooting, actor Robert Shaw, scuba diving and future books and Bill Deluca and Mike Kijowski join Benchley to discuss the recent capture of a 2000 pound shark.

  • July 3, 1979
    July 3, 1979
    Episode 158

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are George Romero, director of "Dawn of The Dead" and Don Coscarelli of "Phantasm" discuss horror movies. They feel horror movies are not successful on television because of the lack of audience participation and the constant interruptions. Clips shown of both movies. Brother Theodore Gottlieb, actor, now appearing in "Nocturna" discusses his pessimistic philosophy and his personal history.

  • July 2, 1979
    July 2, 1979
    Episode 157

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ayn Rand, Russian-born philosopher and author of "Atlas Shrugged," discusses the philosophy of Objectivism, her writing, comparisons with other philosophies, of religion and objectivism, universities, self-esteem and politics. Marshal Kaplan, professor of Aerospace Engineering at Penn State University and commissioned by NASA to assist in the safe return of Skylab, He predicts Skylab will fall on July 12th. discusses the importance of the space shuttle and the possibility of landing on Mars and the installation of Space Stations within the next two to three decades.

  • June 28, 1979
    June 28, 1979
    Episode 156

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Walter J. Hickel, former Governor of Alaska and former Secretary of The Interior Under President Nixon, discusses the misconceptions about Alaska. He explains how its climate and resources separate the people of Alaska from The Rest of The U.S. Also Mentions The Nixon Administration and Nixon Himself. Hickel says Nixon's Attitude Created The Atmosphere in Which Watergate Occurred. Ashley Montagu, anthropologist and author of "The Natural Superiority of Women" and "The Human Connection," explains a term he invented called Psychosclerosis which refers to people not taking opportunities in life because they have stopped thinking. He comments on education, women's capabilities and potential, marriage, divorce and the encyclopedia he is working on.

  • June 27, 1979
    June 27, 1979
    Episode 155

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Laura Batts of The American Trucking Association and Mike Parkhurst, representative of Independent Truckers, debate the pros and cons of the independent truckers strike. Batts favors striking, Parkhurst does not. Major issues are enormous kickbacks (up to 50%) given to large carriers in return for business, the shortage of diesel fuel and equality for independent truckers. Outside Rockefeller Center, George Oberg, Elmer McClellan, Richard Giorgiri, Don Fawson and Theodore Berberian Jr. discuss the strike. and Stuart Pivar, inventor of the Triped, takes Tom and a passerby for a ride on his modified Moped that gets 80 mpg. Top speed is 20-25 Mph. Cost is $250.

  • June 26, 1979
    June 26, 1979
    Episode 154

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Gordon McLendon, radio broadcaster, Snyder's first boss on station WRIT in Milwaukee. Tom credits him for starting the Top 40 format with his top radio and news on the hour program. McLendon talks about his career and passions and writer Thomas Hauser discusses creating the "Martin Bear" letters, a series of letters using a pseudonym, which have plagued politicians and newspapers alike. Hauser discusses the origins of the first letter (to Senator Jacob Javits) and his just completed book on the first NYC policeman to be indicted for murder in 50 years.

  • June 25, 1979
    June 25, 1979
    Episode 153

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is EST (Erhard Seminars Training) founder Werner Erhard who says that he no longer personally conducts training sessions. Snyder comments that many of his friends claim that Erhard changed their lives, but Erhard contends that those people changed their own lives. He believes that so much effort is put into getting ahead that we have no time to make our lives whole. He claims the quality of an experience depends on its purpose. Erhard says he is seeking to get people to appreciate the context of their lives.

  • June 21, 1979
    June 21, 1979
    Episode 152

    Host Tom Synder's guests are screenwriter Robert Boris and Edward Hannibal, vice president of Grey Advertising, discuss their book "Blood Feud," which covers the relationship between Robert F. Kennedy and Jimmy Hoffa and the implications it had on The JFK assassination. They contend RFK's investigations and 700 arrests of organized crime figures was the cause of JFK's assassination and Winzola McLendon, journalist, author of "Martha: The Life of Martha Mitchell," reminisces about her experiences with Martha Mitchell and how Martha gave up on life after her separation from John Mitchell. Winzola McLendon comments on her career in journalism and a clip of May 3, 1974 interview with Martha Mitchell is shown.

  • June 20, 1979
    June 20, 1979
    Episode 151

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Benson Ford Jr., nephew of Henry Ford II, retiring Ford Motor Company chairman, discusses his lawsuits. He is suing for control of his personal trust (now controlled by his mother) and to get his share of the family inheritance. discusses his background.
    and Eleanor Smeal, National Organization For Women president and Howard Van Der Clute, senior vice commander of The Veterans of Foreign Wars, debate the Supreme Court ruling that favors a preference for hiring veterans in Civil Service Jobs. Eleanor Smeal believes the ruling is a setback for women's rights.

  • June 19, 1979
    June 19, 1979
    Episode 150

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Henry Morgan, radio and TV personality, currently appearing in The Sears Radio Theatre broadcasts, discusses announcing and writing for Sears and actor Ted Knight, who played character of Ted Baxter on "The Mary Tyler Show", is currently appearing in "The Impossible Years." Knight talks about his Ted Baxter character. Recalls some stories of his earlier career, when he introduced The Charlie Chan late night movies on WJAR-TV in Providence (R.I.).

  • June 18, 1979
    June 18, 1979
    Episode 149

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Howard K. Smith, 37 year veteran of broadcast journalism, discusses ABC as a classic conflict between the boss with no news experience and the employee with experience. He comments on reinventing the commentary, and how people miss it, the Nixon interview, his hawk feelings about foreign policy and liberalism on domestic policy, how TV news is becoming like "The Punch and Judy Show," and Barbara Walters not being a believable anchor person, men more tolerant of women journalists than women, working with Ed Murrow At CBS and his dealings with William Paley.

  • May 31, 1979
    May 31, 1979
    Episode 148

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is talk show host and announcer Ed McMahon.

  • May 30, 1979
    May 30, 1979
    Episode 147

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian Flip Wilson talks about his career hiatus to take care of his kids, other personal and comical anecdotes and Jack Anderson discusses his book "Confessions of A Muckraker" along with Middle East affairs, The Nixon courts threat to the first amendment, etc.

  • May 29, 1979
    May 29, 1979
    Episode 146

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are novelist John Irving talks about his book "The World According To Garp" and Guido Orlando discusses his claim to be the greatest public relations man and his assertion that he has changed the course of history.

  • May 28, 1979
    May 28, 1979
    Episode 145

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are John R. Powers discusses his book "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?" and missing an airline flight that crashed, Rabbi Bernard Cohen on why he's called "The Multi Media Rabbi" and Phil Callahan demonstrates a pocket calculator that translates languages and processes information.

  • May 24, 1979
    May 24, 1979
    Episode 144

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Governor Brown talks about the gas shortage, political issues and his trip to Africa with Linda Ronstadt and Ed Richard discusses The Citizens Committee for The Reduction of Paperwork.

  • May 23, 1979
    May 23, 1979
    Episode 143

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Hugh Hefner discusses 25 years in the magazine business, opposition to sexual repression, etc. and Garry Marshall talks about his career from daily news copyboy To TV producer.

  • May 22, 1979
    May 22, 1979
    Episode 142

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Estelle Parsons discusses playing a teacher in "Miss Margaridas Way" and Judy Chavez talks about her book "Defectors Mistress."

  • May 21, 1979
    May 21, 1979
    Episode 141

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are David Halberstam discusses his news book "The Powers That Be" and Bob Tyrrell talks about his book "Public Nuisances."

  • May 17, 1979
    May 17, 1979
    Episode 140

    Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are Hollywood producers Peter Gruber and Julia Phillips.

  • May 16, 1979
    May 16, 1979
    Episode 139

    Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are author Shana Alexander who discusses her book "Anyone's Daughter: The Times and Trials of Patty Hearst" and Lance Crombie talks about making ethyl alcohol (or gasohol) in solar powered stills.

  • May 15, 1979
    May 15, 1979
    Episode 138

    Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are Karen Kenyon talks about her husband's suicide and psychiatrist Dr. David Viscott re: suicide and why everyone is so crazy these days.

  • May 14, 1979
    May 14, 1979
    Episode 137

    Kelly Lange is the guest host, only guest is the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Margret talks about her new book and about her life from Hippiedom to socialite.

  • May 10, 1979
    May 10, 1979
    Episode 136

    Tom Snyder operates the controls of a $5 million jet simulator which enables student pilots to experience flight conditions.

  • May 9, 1979
    May 9, 1979
    Episode 135

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Gwen Davis talks about her novels "The Plight of Married Women" and "A Libel Suit Against Her" and Frank Vogl discusses how good Americans have it economically compared with Europeans.

  • May 8, 1979
    May 8, 1979
    Episode 134

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Lenny Lambert talks about her ad in "Variety" asking to appear on "The Tomorrow Show", Dan McCoy and Michael Laurie discuss discrimination against the physically unattractive and Frederick Mellinger talks about his business Frederick's of Hollywood.

  • May 7, 1979
    May 7, 1979
    Episode 133

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Reverend James Robinson discusses his controversial TV ministry and Bob and Dusty Sang discuss the problems encountered when they tried to publish their own book.

  • May 3, 1979
    May 3, 1979
    Episode 132

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Dr. Joseph Pursch, head of the Alcohol Rehabilitation unit at Long Beach Naval Hospital.

  • May 2, 1979
    May 2, 1979
    Episode 131

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Les Leiter, executive sports director for KHON-TV in Honolulu, Ed Richard, chairman of a group trying to reduce government paperwork and David and Cathy Mitchell, newspaper publishers.

  • May 1, 1979
    May 1, 1979
    Episode 130

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Robert Kaufmann on his books Ministry and Marriage Counseling and Father Ellwood Kieser discusses his syndicated series, "Insight", celibacy, the priesthood etc.

  • April 30, 1979
    April 30, 1979
    Episode 129

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor-producer Tony Bill and Dr. Armando Morales on the film "Boulevard Nights" and Nancy Friday author of How Women should handle their modern roles.

  • April 26, 1979
    April 26, 1979
    Episode 128

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV and radio personality Casey Kasem discusses his career and singer-actress Ruby Keeler talks about her career, retirement, marriage to Al Jolson and recent enthusiastic reception at the Academy Awards.

  • April 25, 1979
    April 25, 1979
    Episode 127

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are songwriters Steve Cropper, Cynthia Weil, and Barry Mann and aspiring songwriter Dan Arinson on the current state of the music industry.

  • April 24, 1979
    April 24, 1979
    Episode 126

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are authors Michele Wallace and Michael Bradley.

  • April 23, 1979
    April 23, 1979
    Episode 125

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jay Mullen discusses being a CIA Agent and Coach of Uganda Basketball Team, SLS founder Tom Palmer talks about campaign against restoration of military draft and Jim Baldwin and Ted Riddick discuss BP Gun Warriors.

  • April 19, 1979
    April 19, 1979
    Episode 124

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Roger Peterson on his feelings when TWA Flight 841 went into a nosedive and nearly crashed, James Davis on his $1-billion lawsuit against OPEC and Donna Devarona, the first woman picked to voice the Olympic Games for NBC Sports.

  • April 18, 1979
    April 18, 1979
    Episode 123

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are PBS President Larry Grossman, journalist Benjamin Demott and KCET Programming VP and Chuck Allen discuss Public Television.

  • April 17, 1979
    April 17, 1979
    Episode 122

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are James Kilpatrick discusses "60 Minutes" his new book and his hobbies and Max Lerner talks about applying Psycho-History to recent American History.

  • April 16, 1979
    April 16, 1979
    Episode 121

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Paul Sorvino and Lowell Myers, an attorney Sorvino portrays in an upcoming movie.

  • April 12, 1979
    April 12, 1979
    Episode 120

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Eleanor Perry talks about her TV and movie writing career and on giving up smoking and dating men and Bill Flanagan discussesn his Esquire article "Faking Your Way To The Top" and meteorologist Bob Harris who did so.

  • April 11, 1979
    April 11, 1979
    Episode 119

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Glynn Wolfe, who claims to have been married 22 times and George Schlatter, creator of "Laugh-In."

  • April 10, 1979
    April 10, 1979
    Episode 118

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jonathan Schwartz discusses his radio career and new book, Ed Ivers discusses Chicagoan's United For A Baseball Series and Elizabeth Freeman talks about Wet magazine and gourmet bathing.

  • April 9, 1979
    April 9, 1979
    Episode 117

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kate Millet talks about her trip to Iran for "Women's Day" and Wesley Swearingen charges corruption at all levels of the FBI.

  • April 5, 1979
    April 5, 1979
    Episode 116

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Cliff Robertson, talent agent and casting director Joyce Selznick and film critic-author James Monaco discuss what's wrong with the movie industry today focusing on the current corruption scandal.

  • April 4, 1979
    April 4, 1979
    Episode 115

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Bob Currie talks about hairdryers containing asbestos, folksinger Hamper McBee talks about life in the mountains and Dr. Bob Kauffman discusses MENSA.

  • April 3, 1979
    April 3, 1979
    Episode 114

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Eileen Stevens, whose son was killed in a college hazing incident and Charles Hewitt, director of the National Space Institute.

  • April 2, 1979
    April 2, 1979
    Episode 113

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are humorist Mort Sahl discusses 'Affirmative Action" and the comedy store and his political activism and talk show personality and host Regis Philbin on his TV career.

  • March 29, 1979
    March 29, 1979
    Episode 112

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are reporter Bob Meyers and his mentally challenged brother and sister-in-law and Michelle Triola Marvin and her lawyer, Marvin Mitchelson.

  • March 28, 1979
    March 28, 1979
    Episode 111

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are millionaire W. Clement Stone discusses his beginnings rise to the top books on positive mental attitude and philanthropy and Dean Selmier talks about his book "Blow Away - A Killers Story" about his dual career as an actor and contract killer.

  • March 27, 1979
    March 27, 1979
    Episode 110

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Joseph Heller on touring to promote new book, literary and teaching career, brief work in advertising, and Hollywood and Dr. Milt Kogan discusses his dual career as actor and doctor.

  • March 26, 1979
    March 26, 1979
    Episode 109

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Thor Heyerdahl talks about how he got interested in following the migration of early civilization and Daredevil Chuck Strange on stunt driving and his feud with Evel Knievel.

  • March 22, 1979
    March 22, 1979
    Episode 108

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Marian and Robert Bailey discuss their animal behavior enterprises company which trains animals to do entertaining things and David Koffman, a singing chiropractor talks about his new album.

  • March 21, 1979
    March 21, 1979
    Episode 107

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Erwin Knoll discusses The Progressive magazine court case over government censorship of an H-Bomb article, Gene Roddenberry talks about "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and Judy Boasberg and Dwight Little talk about the Focus Award Winning Films.

  • March 20, 1979
    March 20, 1979
    Episode 106

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Farrokh Abrishamka discusses activities of the Iranian Students Association and the situation in Iran and Dr. Russell McIntyre talks about medical ethics and bioethics.

  • March 19, 1979
    March 19, 1979
    Episode 105

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dead End Kids actors Huntz Hall and Gabriel Dell are joined by fan club president Richard Roat and Franklin McNulty discusses his refusal to pay US tax on Irish Sweepstakes winnings.

  • March 15, 1979
    March 15, 1979
    Episode 104

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Barbara Jordan discusses her new book, her teaching observations on how whites patronize Blacks, LBJ, and civil rights and Joe Hogan talks about his new book and his years at NBC.

  • March 14, 1979
    March 14, 1979
    Episode 103

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Hugh Wilson, creator of "WKRP in Cincinnati," talks about the TV series, Pat Sajak discusses being a weather reporter and Cochise on his American Indian Ancestry.

  • March 13, 1979
    March 13, 1979
    Episode 102

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Barbara Cartland talks about her romance novels and other topics and Elizabeth Post discusses changing etiquette over the years.

  • March 12, 1979
    March 12, 1979
    Episode 101

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Barry White talks about breaking away from the ghetto to become a music business multimillionaire and Ray Brown discusses his flight from a North Carolina prison where he refused to kill a fellow inmate.

  • March 8, 1979
    March 8, 1979
    Episode 100

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Carole Shaw talks about her magazine "Big Beautiful Woman" and freelance writer Chuck Ross discusses the difficulties in getting unsolicited manuscripts published.

  • March 7, 1979
    March 7, 1979
    Episode 99

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Neal Travis discusses his career as a gossip columnist and author and Joyce Selznick talks about her experiences in casting.

  • March 6, 1979
    March 6, 1979
    Episode 98

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tiny Boyles discusses how he became a bounty hunter and how he's been shot at, TV producer-writer Arnold Shapiro and Frank Bindhammer of the Rahway State Prison Crime Prevention Program.

  • March 5, 1979
    March 5, 1979
    Episode 97

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Itzhak Perlman discusses his handicap and career as concert violinist and author Gore Vidal talks about his writing politics the population explosion etc.

  • March 1, 1979
    March 1, 1979
    Episode 96

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tom Hansen discusses his lawsuit against his parents for parental malpractice, lawyer Jack Taussig and Judge William Haddad.

  • February 28, 1979
    February 28, 1979
    Episode 95

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Gerald Green and Diane Green, their attorney George Donovan discuss the custody battle for their son Chad who has leukemia, but they don't want him to undergo chemotherapy and H.L. Newboldt talks about efficacy of Vitamin C and how diet affects moods.

  • February 27, 1979
    February 27, 1979
    Episode 94

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Duke O'Connell, Mona Moore, Mark Hazelbrook and Jess Bolt discuss their plastic surgery to better resemble deceased rock music idols, Jim Lafonz on KZLA-FM's unique news program, voice actor-announcer Neil Ross, Hollywood memorabilia collector Abe Shiepe and Roy and Ann Garwell owners of Rent-A-Tank.

  • February 26, 1979
    February 26, 1979
    Episode 93

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ray Hooper, Dave Grant, Ed Lund and Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose.

  • February 22, 1979
    February 22, 1979
    Episode 92

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are singing weatherman Brian Blue Christie on his song about recent Tennessee Governor, Bart Andrews author of "TV Addicts Handbook" and Mark and Ray Goodman a married couple with an age difference: he's 22 and she's 78.

  • February 21, 1979
    February 21, 1979
    Episode 91

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Martin Shepard talks about his revocation of his license because of alleged sexual abuse of patients, Dr. Brian Gilmartin discusses his survey of swingers and Dr. Lewis Yablonsky talks about adultery.

  • February 20, 1979
    February 20, 1979
    Episode 90

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are former State Department Official John Marks and parapsychologist Thelma Moss discuss alleged CIA experiments with LSD for mind control.

  • February 19, 1979
    February 19, 1979
    Episode 89

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Oral Roberts talks about his life ministry and plans for a medical center that would combine medicine and prayer for healing.

  • February 15, 1979
    February 15, 1979
    Episode 88

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Leonard Woodcock discusses being Ambassador-Designate to the Peoples Republic of China and former president of the UAW and Governor William Milliken talks about the Oil Crisis and 1980 GOP Convention to be held in Detroit.

  • February 14, 1979
    February 14, 1979
    Episode 87

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Washington Post reporter Bob Meyers and new luxury electric cars.

  • February 13, 1979
    February 13, 1979
    Episode 86

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Roy Cohn talks about his career as a lawyer, women in law, the Watergate tapes and other issues and Sir John Samuel discusses the first electric luxury car.

  • February 12, 1979
    February 12, 1979
    Episode 85

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are journalists Joseph Kraft, Harrison Salisbury and Theodore H. White.

  • February 8, 1979
    February 8, 1979
    Episode 84

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are choreographer and director Geoffrey Holder and silent era child star Diana Serra Cary ("Baby Peggy").

  • February 7, 1979
    February 7, 1979
    Episode 83

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Richard Mitchell talks about his dedication to prevention of the rape of the English language and columnist-author Andrew Tobias discusses investing.

  • February 6, 1979
    February 6, 1979
    Episode 82

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ben Stein and Lee Rich argue about the state of television today.

  • February 5, 1979
    February 5, 1979
    Episode 81

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sheila Weidenfeld on her book about being Betty Ford's press secretary and Jim Davidson on taxpayers paying the price of inflation and the deficit.

  • February 1, 1979
    February 1, 1979
    Episode 80

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are aerospace scientist William Spaulding on lawsuit alleging government cover-up of UFOs, Former Gov. Meldrim Thompson discusses his failure to win re-election in New Hampshire and Hank Nuwer on the 10 roughest towns in the US.

  • January 31, 1979
    January 31, 1979
    Episode 79

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Garth Ancier a Princeton senior, host of a syndicate radio talk show and John Salor, a George Washington University student who hosts a TV talk show.

  • January 30, 1979
    January 30, 1979
    Episode 78

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are George Jurcsek founder of "The Circle of Friends", Diane Deidereo, Mary O'Rourke, Margaret Reinaur discuss how their commune the circle of friends operates fiscally and Paul Morantz with the allegation that Synanon was responsible for planting a rattlesnake in his mailbox.

  • January 29, 1979
    January 29, 1979
    Episode 77

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Morris West author of "Proteus" and Matty Simmons discusses being producer of "Animal House" and publisher of "National Lampoon".

  • January 25, 1979
    January 25, 1979
    Episode 76

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Mike Dayton, who plans to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge and Bob Hurt, a paralyzed race car driver, who underwent treatment in Russia for his paralysis and was healed.

  • January 24, 1979
    January 24, 1979
    Episode 75

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is former Nixon chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman talks about his prison term for perjury and role in Watergate cover-up.

  • January 23, 1979
    January 23, 1979
    Episode 74

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Elmer Green and his wife, Alyce Green, authors of "Beyond Biofeedback" and psychologist Dr. Thelma Moss

  • January 22, 1979
    January 22, 1979
    Episode 73

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Rep. Bella Abzug talks about her firing by President Carter as co-chair of National Advisory Committee For Women and public relations specialist Bobby Zarem, Norman Winter and Stanford Blum discuss public relations.

  • January 18, 1979
    January 18, 1979
    Episode 72

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Art Fisher discusses his work in television and feelings about it and Jimmy Cefalo talks about his football career and off-season work at WNET-TV in Scranton.

  • January 17, 1979
    January 17, 1979
    Episode 71

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Alan Dundes discusses the homosexual aspects of football, Dr. Gabe Mirkin talks about exercise and vitamins and Philip Demuth explains his Superman theories.

  • January 16, 1979
    January 16, 1979
    Episode 70

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Gail Palmer discusses being a 23-year-old producer of porn films, Elaine Landsburgh talks about her Rent-A-Writer letter writing company, Rachel Borden on her Chutzpah Service and Susan Collins on getting her comic strip started.

  • January 15, 1979
    January 15, 1979
    Episode 69

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Charles E. Silberman discusses his book about the problems of today's criminal justice system and Patrick Anderson talks about first family and his role as Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign speechwriter.

  • January 11, 1979
    January 11, 1979
    Episode 68

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Mayor Dennis Kucinich discusses Cleveland's fiscal crisis and "Hustler" publisher Larry Flynt talks about the assassination attempt on him, and his magazine.

  • January 10, 1979
    January 10, 1979
    Episode 67

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Greta Rideout and Adelia Mejia abused wives who discuss spousal abuse and the law.

  • January 9, 1979
    January 9, 1979
    Episode 66

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are film director George Cukor discusses career and latest project "The Corn Is Green" for CBS.

  • January 8, 1979
    January 8, 1979
    Episode 65

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are divorce Lawyer Marvin Michelson with a discussion on common law marriage lawsuits, Cindy Lang who is suing Alice Cooper and lawyer-conspiracy theorist Mark Lane discusses The Peoples Temple Tragedy.

  • January 3, 1979
    January 3, 1979
    Episode 64

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are magicians David Copperfield and Ricky Jay discuss magic tricks and illusions and card shark John Scarne talks about gambling.

  • January 1, 1979
    January 1, 1979
    Episode 63

    Host Tom Snyder rides in the Goodyear Blimp guests are Goodyear Blimp pilot Nick Nicolary who discusses the experience of piloting blimps and his work with blimps in movies and futurists Durk Pearson and Jerry Pournelle discuss modern medicine experiments in life extension as well as the future of computers and other technology.

  • December 28, 1978
    December 28, 1978
    Episode 62

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are British astrologers Debbie Kempton Smith and Frederick Davies with predictions for 1979, Dr. Morris Netherton and Jason Levine who discuss past-life therapy.

  • December 25, 1978
    December 25, 1978
    Episode 61

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is lyricist and songwriter Alan Jay Lerner.

  • December 21, 1978
    December 21, 1978
    Episode 60

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Ray Bolger and David and Kate Crohan, a couple who have both been blind since birth.

  • December 20, 1978
    December 20, 1978
    Episode 59

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Pam Zekman and Pam Warrick reporters for the Chicago Sun Times.

  • December 19, 1978
    December 19, 1978
    Episode 58

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Judy Hagedorn and Dr. Janet Kizziar, psychologists and identical twins.

  • December 18, 1978
    December 18, 1978
    Episode 57

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Edd and Lorraine Warren two top researchers in psychic phenomena.

  • December 14, 1978
    December 14, 1978
    Episode 56

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is child psychologist Dr. Julius Segal.

  • December 13, 1978
    December 13, 1978
    Episode 55

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is columnist Ann Landers.

  • December 12, 1978
    December 12, 1978
    Episode 54

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Lin Farley author of "Sexual Shakedown The Sexual Harassment Of Women On the Job" and Bill Cushing, founder of "Do Clothes Make The Person," explains that he prefers skirts because they look and feel better. He discusses his problems finding jobs and feels his civil rights are being violated.

  • December 11, 1978
    December 11, 1978
    Episode 53

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anne Gaylor president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

  • December 7, 1978
    December 7, 1978
    Episode 52

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Paul Erdman author of "Crash '79".

  • December 6, 1978
    December 6, 1978
    Episode 51

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is British astrologer Debbie Kempton Smith .

  • December 5, 1978
    December 5, 1978
    Episode 50

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is actress Jane Withers.

  • December 4, 1978
    December 4, 1978
    Episode 49

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Jim Fallows, President Carter's former speech writer.

  • November 30, 1978
    November 30, 1978
    Episode 48

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Paul Krassner, counter-culture journalist.

  • November 29, 1978
    November 29, 1978
    Episode 47

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Wayne Collier and Rory Varner, coauthors of "A Matter of Risk" about CIA efforts to raise a sunken Soviet submarine.

  • November 28, 1978
    November 28, 1978
    Episode 46

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is millionaire philanthropist Percy Ross.

  • November 27, 1978
    November 27, 1978
    Episode 45

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Gilbert Gradinger, Dr. Marsha Gorin and Dr. Simon Fredericks discuss cosmetic surgery.

  • November 23, 1978
    November 23, 1978
    Episode 44

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Ward Kimball, a former Disney animator.

  • November 22, 1978
    November 22, 1978
    Episode 43

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Julia Child and Jacques Pepin gourmet cooks.

  • November 21, 1978
    November 21, 1978
    Episode 42

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anne Cummings who talks about her romances with younger men and a discussion on auto safety.

  • November 20, 1978
    November 20, 1978
    Episode 41

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Bruce Spitz a middle-level Washington bureaucrat .

  • November 16, 1978
    November 16, 1978
    Episode 40

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is activist-teacher Jonathan Kozol.

  • November 15, 1978
    November 15, 1978
    Episode 39

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll Jr., chief writers on 'I Love Lucy'.

  • November 14, 1978
    November 14, 1978
    Episode 38

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Geoffrey and Bernard Dohrmann will talk about their national opinion poll.

  • November 13, 1978
    November 13, 1978
    Episode 37

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are jazz musicians Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock about TV Movies.

  • November 9, 1978
    November 9, 1978
    Episode 36

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Durk Pearson, scientist discusses the future of our planet.

  • November 8, 1978
    November 8, 1978
    Episode 35

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is San Francisco psychiatrist Dr. Jerry Jampolski.

  • November 7, 1978
    November 7, 1978
    Episode 34

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anne Cummings author of "The Love Habit: The Confessions of an Older Woman".

  • November 6, 1978
    November 6, 1978
    Episode 33

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Peter Townsend, author of 'Time And Chance'.

  • November 2, 1978
    November 2, 1978
    Episode 32

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are columnist Art Buchwald and author Michael Murphy.

  • November 1, 1978
    November 1, 1978
    Episode 31

    Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on air safety.

  • October 31, 1978
    October 31, 1978
    Episode 30

    Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on regulating public smoking.

  • October 30, 1978
    October 30, 1978
    Episode 29

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Col. Michael "Mad Mike" Hoare legendary leader of mercenary soldiers fighting in Africa.

  • October 26, 1978
    October 26, 1978
    Episode 28

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Eldridge Cleaver, writer and political activist and leader of the Black Panther Party.

  • October 25, 1978
    October 25, 1978
    Episode 27

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is John LeBoutillier, a Harvard graduate and author of "Harvard Hates America."

  • October 24, 1978
    October 24, 1978
    Episode 26

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anthony Burgess, author of 'A Clockwork Orange' and '1985.'

  • October 23, 1978
    October 23, 1978
    Episode 25

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Danny Arnold, producer and creator of "Barney Miller".

  • October 19, 1978
    October 19, 1978
    Episode 24

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Don Ohlmeyer, executive producer of NBC Sports, sportswriter Gerald Strine and football forecaster Danny Sheridan.

  • October 17, 1978
    October 17, 1978
    Episode 22

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is author and art dealer Reese Palley.

  • October 16, 1978
    October 16, 1978
    Episode 21

    Celebrating the show's fifth anniversary.

  • October 12, 1978
    October 12, 1978
    Episode 20

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is sportswriter Gerald Strine.

  • October 11, 1978
    October 11, 1978
    Episode 19

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is psychotherapist Steven Levenkron.

  • October 10, 1978
    October 10, 1978
    Episode 18

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are producer Gil Fates author of "What's My Line?" and Helen Lawrenson author of "Whistling Girl".

  • October 9, 1978
    October 9, 1978
    Episode 17

    Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are Lin Bolen and Danny Arnold who discuss surviving as independent producers on network television.

  • October 5, 1978
    October 5, 1978
    Episode 16

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is self-made millionaire Bill Greene.

  • October 4, 1978
    October 4, 1978
    Episode 15

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are film critcs Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.

  • October 3, 1978
    October 3, 1978
    Episode 14

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is William Manchester, author of "American Caesar - Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964".

  • October 2, 1978
    October 2, 1978
    Episode 13

    Host Tom Snyder takes the viewers on a tour of New York City, The Cellar in the Sky of the World Trade Center and personalities such as Eli Resnick, taxi driver well-known for giving candy and cigarettes to his passengers, prides himself on keeping the cleanest cab in NYC.

  • September 28, 1978
    September 28, 1978
    Episode 12

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are sportscasters Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford.

  • September 27, 1978
    September 27, 1978
    Episode 11

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kitty Kelly, author of 'Jackie Oh!' and Lester David, author of 'The Lonely Lady Of San Clemente".

  • September 26, 1978
    September 26, 1978
    Episode 10

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Senator Lowell Weicker (R-Conn).

  • September 25, 1978
    September 25, 1978
    Episode 9

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Bill Butler, godfather of roller skating.

  • September 21, 1978
    September 21, 1978
    Episode 8

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is disco owner Steve Rubell from New York's Studio 54.

  • September 20, 1978
    September 20, 1978
    Episode 7

    Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on Madison Avenue and the advertising business.

  • September 19, 1978
    September 19, 1978
    Episode 6

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is actor Jack Lemmon.

  • September 18, 1978
    September 18, 1978
    Episode 5

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is journalist-commentator Bill Moyers.

  • September 14, 1978
    September 14, 1978
    Episode 4

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are actresses Tammy Grimes and Mercedes McCambridge and actor Kevin McCarthy pay tribute to "Radio: Yesterday and Today". All participate in a scene from the current radio series, "CBS Radio Mystery Theater", also on the program is Hy Brown, producer-director of the series, whose past successes include "Inner Sanctum" and "The Goldbergs".

  • September 13, 1978
    September 13, 1978
    Episode 3

    Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mayor Ed Koch who reviews his first year in office.

  • September 12, 1978
    September 12, 1978
    Episode 2

    Host Tom Snyder's guests are producer Joseph Papp.

  • September 11, 1978
    September 11, 1978
    Episode 1

    Host Tom Snyder's guest via a two-way hookup interview is with Muhammad Ali.