Playing hostess. Part 3 of a discussion with Barbara Walters. Guests include Mrs. Bennett Cerf; Barbara Howar, President Johnson's former social secretary; Robert L. Green, Playboy fashion editor; and designer Mollie Parnis.
Concepts of masculinity, conclusion of a five-part discussion with Barbara Walters. Those commenting on the topic include journalist Pete Hamill; authors Marc Feigen Fasteau ("The Male Machine") and George Gilder ("Naked Nomads: Unmarried Men in America"); and a doctor.
Women in politics, first of five discussions. Barbara Walters' guests are four women representatives, including Yvonne Burke (D-Cal.), Bella Abzug (D-N.Y.), Millicent Fenwick (R-N.J.) and Patricia Schroeder (D-Colo.).
From Washington: Food safety, Part 2 of a three-part discussion with Hugh Downs. The guests include author Beatrice T. Hunter ("Mirage of Safety"), FDA official John Walden, a food scientist and a physician.
Violence in schools, first of two discussions with Hugh Downs. Guests include Joseph Grealy, president of the National Association of School Security Directors, and James Harris, past president of the National Education Association.
New directions for a new Congress, Part 2. Barbara Walters' guests include two women representatives: Barbara Jordan (D-Texas) and Elizabeth Holtzman (D-N.Y.). Other guests include Rep. Samuel Young (R-Ill.) and Rep. Alan Steelman (R-Texas).
Capital punishment, Part 1 of five. Barbara Waletrs' guests include Police Foundation president Patrick Murphy; capital-punishment advocates Edward Kiernan and William Lambie; and Hugo Bedau (“The Death Penalty in America”).
Inside the world of fashion with Barbara Walters, Playboy fashion editor Robert L.Green, Vogue fashion editor Grace Mirabella, Bonwit Teller president William Fine and syndicated fashion columnist Blair Sabol.
"Menopause and Sex" is the topic on the fourth of five shows on sex education. Guests include authors Barbara Seaman and Helen Kaplan, and a sex educator. Frank Field and Lynn Redgrave are the co-hosts.