"The Making of a Best-Seller," Part 2. Barbara Walters' guests include Dr. Alex Comfort, editor of "The Joy of Sex"; authors Kurt Vonnegut Jr. ("Breakfast of Champions") and Jacqueline Susann ("Once Is Not Enough"); and New York Times book reviewer Christopher Lehmann-Haupt.
Psychic phenomena, conclusion. Barbara Walters' guests include astronaut Edgar Mitchell, Foundation for ParaSensory Investigation president Judith Skutch, authors Lawrence LeShan (“The Medium, the Mystic, and the Physicist”) and Stanley Krippner (“Dream Telepathy”), and artist Maria Cooper Janis.
The fourth of five discussions of sleep and dreams focuses on what can be learned from an analysis of dreams. Guests include a psychologist and a psychiatrist. Lynn Redgrave and Frank Field are the co-hosts.
Health-care innovations are described on the fourth of five shows. Guests include Dr. William Barclay, editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association; a nurse; and an endocrinologist. Frank Field and Lynn Redgrave are the co-hosts.
Makeup techniques are demonstrated by expert Pablo, who is among Barbara Walters' guests in Part 2 of a discussion of do-it-yourself beauty. Offering tips on skin care is cosmetician Georgette Klinger.
Development of alternative sources of energy, Part 2. A debate between nuclear-projects manager Romano Salvatori and Dr. Robert Pollard of the Union of Concerned Scientists, a group opposing a Governmental policy of nuclear-energy development. Hugh Downs is the moderator.
Indoor gardening, Part 4 of a discussion with Barbara Walters. Guests include author Richard Langer ("After Dinner Gardening Book") and coauthors Virginia and George Elbert ("Fun with Terrarium Gardening").
The encounter-group experience, Part 3. Barbara Walters' guests include a husband-and-wife team of marriage-encounter session leaders. Authors Bruce Maliver ("The Encounter Game") and Thomas Verny ("Inside Groups") also participate.
Washington society columnist Betty Beale and the wives of foreign diplomats join Barbara Walters in Part 4 of a discussion. Among the guests included are the wife of the representative from West Germany and the wife of Israel's Simcha Dinitz.
Can the drug crisis be controlled? Barbara Walters hosts a week-long discussion with Gov. Nelson Rockefeller (R-N.Y.), Odyssey House director Judianne Densen-Gerber, criminologist Joel Fort and Harlem Protestant minister Oberia Dempsey. Issues include drug legislation.