Enlivening the lives of the public with news on the newsmakers: newspaper columnists join Barbara Walters for the concluding discussion of reporting on celebrities in show business, politics and high society.
The role of the grandparent, Part 4. Grandparents joining host Hugh Downs include Dorothy Rosenman, coauthor of "Presidential Style"; Dr. Dorothy Finkelhor, author of "Liberated Grandmother"; the Rev. Homer Tucker, a social psychologist.
Enlivening the lives of the public with news on the newsmakers: newspaper columnists join Barbara Walters for Part 2 of a discussion of reporting on celebrities in show business, politics and high society.
On Part 2 of a five-part discussion of skin care, deciding to have cosmetic plastic surgery and finding a surgeon are considered by actress Eileen Letchworth and two plastic surgeons. Polly Bergen and Frank Field are the co-hosts of the program.
Acupuncture, Part 2 of a week-long discussion with Barbara Walters. Guests include Dr. Ling Sun Chu, who has administered acupuncture treatments to Gov. George Wallace (D-Ala.); and Dr. Matthew Lee, a specialist in rehabilitative medicine.
Among the pet experts joining Barbara Walters for Part 4 of a discussion: author Roger Caras, whose writings include "The Bizarre Animals"; veterinarian John Whitehead; and animal nutritionist David Kronfeld.
"The American Family," Part 4. Barbara Walters' guests include women's liberation advocate Lolly Hirsch, photographer-filmmaker Valerie Sheehan, painter Adele Aldridge, sculptor Suzanne Benton and realtor Caroline von Kleydorff.
Combating the aging process, conclusion. Barbara Walters' guests include authors Olga Knopf ("Successful Aging") and Alex Comfort ("The Joy of Sex"); and the director of a center for the prevention of premature aging.
Part 1 of five on legs. Guests include former basketball pro Willis Reed, who describes leg problems of athletes; and dancer-choreographer Tommy Tune, who tells how he stays in shape. Co-hosts: Lynn Redgrave and Frank Field.