Guests on the first of three shows on growing and cooking plants include author Jacqueline Heriteau ("The Food Processor Cookbook") and a research horticulturist. Co-hosts: Lynn Redgrave and Frank Field.
A soul-food feast is whipped up by author Verta Mae ("Vibration Cooking"), Barbara Walters' guest in Part 4 of a five-part session on culinary styles. On the menu: fried chicken, collard greens and black-eyed peas.
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.
Gambling, conclusion of a discussion with host Hugh Downs. Guests include NFL security director Jack Danahy; Massachusetts state representative Robert B. Ambler (D); Marilu Marshall, associate director of the Commission on the Review of the National Policy Toward Gambling; and a lawyer.
Indoor gardening, first of five discussions. Barbara Walters' guests include American Horticultural Society president Henry M. Cathey, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society president Ernesta Drinker Ballard and Elvin McDonald, gardening editor of House Beautiful Magazine.
Mastectomy, Part 2. Barbara Walters' guests include author George Crile ("What Women Should Know About the Breast Cancer Controversy"), an American Cancer Society official, a cancer researcher and a surgeon.
The new sex clinics, Part 1 of a five-part discussion with Barbara Walters. Guests include University of Pennsylvania's Harold Lief, who directs its Division of Family Studies; a Yale therapist; and a free-lance writer.
Betty Friedan and her daughter Emily are among Barbara Walters' guests in the first of five discussions on parent-child relationships. Others include Joe Morton and Ralph Carter, who play father and son in the play "Raisin"; and Robert Merrill and his daughter Lizanne.
“Success, American Style,” Part 1 of five. Barbara Walters' guests include food processing company head Henry Parks; Tom McMillen, founder of a hamburger franchise; New York newspaper publisher Clarence Jones; lawyer Roy Cohn; and Muriel Siebert of the New York Stock Exchange.