From Chicago: Co-host Teddy Pendergrass, Mayor Jane Byrne, actress Ruth Gordon, playwright Garson Kanin, The Kingston Trio, Ronnie Milsap, barbershop quartet Grandma's Boys, Goodyear Blimp pilot Ron Bell, and hang glider pro Gary Thompson.
In Chicago, co-host Maureen McGovern welcomes actor John Schuck, singer Nancy Wilson, jazz fusion band Spyro Gyra, Chicago Tribune columnist Aaron Gold, gymnast Kurt Thomas, and gourmet chef Louis Szathmary.
In Chicago: K.C. and the Sunshine Band (co-hosts), Sarah Vaughan, Joe Williams, Don McLean, Tom Dreesen, Wally Phillips, violinists Betsy and Cheney Varney, The Great Wallendas, Dave Kingman, Ernie Banks, Cookie Rojas, and Jack Brickhouse.
Mike and co-host Burt Reynolds are in England this week. Guests are Peter Ustinov, Joan Collins, singer Cleo Laine, musician John Dankworth (Cleo's husband), town crier Charles Tamplin, and musicians from the Wavendon Music Center School.
This week's co-host is "Angie" actress Donna Pescow. Guests are "Benson" star Robert Guillaume; "The Baxters" co-stars Anita Gillette and Larry Keith; producer Norman Lear; comedian George Miller; and concert violinist Mari Tsumura.
Donna Pescow (co-host); actor James Brolin; singer Evelyn "Champagne" King ("Out There"); author Barbara Myerhoff; paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (re: "Amityville Horror" house); puppeteer René; and 'Gadget Man' Stan Kann.
Robert Blake (co-host), singer Maxine Nightingale ("Lead Me On"), the Reverend Billy Graham, comedian Jay Leno, actress Barbara Anderson, cigar-smoking contest winner Beverly Sturdevant, and fire-fighting contest winner Larry Hinds.
Robert Blake (co-host), singer Dionne Warwick ("I'll Never Love This Way Again"), actresses Patty Duke and Joyce DeWitt, and champion hog caller Delores Nipp. Dr. Marvin Goldman and Dr. John Gofman debate the safety of nuclear power plants.
Robert Blake (co-host); Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine ("All Quiet on the Western Front" TV movie); Norman Fell ("The Ropers"); vocalist Dottie West; author Pierre Mornell; and Nelson Christensen (attorney who won a whistling contest).
Linda Gray (co-host); Smokey Robinson and nephews Darrell Littlejohn and Keith Durston; Bob Keeshan; Carl Weathers; former Alabama First Lady Cornelia Wallace and mother Ruby Austin; psychiatrist Dr. Ron Catanzaro, and musician Joe Jenkins.
Co-host Don Rickles is joined by actress Lindsay Wagoner, musical group The Baja Marimba Band, singer Tony Chance, etiquette expert Marjabelle Stewart, magazine editor Carole Shaw, and Don Rickles' valet Harry Goines.
Co-host Don Rickles is joined by actor Bernie Kopell ("Love Boat"), magician David Copperfield, R&B group Tavares ("More Than a Woman"), columnist Marilyn Beck, and singer Vicki Stuart. On tape: Jane Fonda demonstrates exercises for women.
Don Rickles continues as co-host. Guests are actress Shirley Jones (singing "He Touched Me"), singer-musician Billy Preston ("That's Life"), vocalist Glenn Smith, pro-wrestler Cheryl Day, and Don Rickles' secretary Polly Reskin.
Don Rickles (co-host), pianist Liberace ("The Way We Were"), Broadway actress Andrea McArdle (sings "Over the Rainbow"), impressionist Frank Raines, vocalist Jennifer Wood, canoe champion Carol Davis, and Don Rickles' manager Joe Scandore.
Co-host Loni Anderson is joined by her "WKRP in Cincinnati" cast-mates Frank Bonner, Howard Hesseman, Gordon Jump, Tim Reid, Gary Sandy, Richard Sanders, and Jan Smithers. "WKRP" producer Hugh Wilson also appears.
Kate Jackson and Andrew Stevens, of the TV movie "Topper," are co-hosts for the week. Guests are Joanne Woodward, Pat Harrington Jr., Jose Feliciano, and Dottie West. In a taped segment, Jane Fonda demonstrates ballet exercises.
From Monte Carlo, a week-long celebration of Princess Grace's 50th birthday. Guests include Princess Grace and her husband, Prince Rainier; singers Sylvie Vartan and Kenny Rogers; and actors Peter Ustinov, Lynda Carter and Cathy Lee Crosby.
From Monte Carlo: Monaco's Prince Rainier; actors Peter Ustinov, Lynda Carter, and Cathy Lee Crosby; Hollywood manager Ron Samuels; Formula 1 racer Jody Scheckter; photographer David Douglas Duncan; and 89-year-old Nozese Cormille.
Monaco's Prince Rainier; actors Sean Connery, Cathy Lee Crosby, and James Franciscus; Greek singer Nana Mouskouri; tennis pro Vincent Van Patten; tennis coach Vic Braden; designer Sonia Rykiel; fruit vendor Jeaning Sanuier; and Kay Gatjens.
Monaco's Prince Rainier, Prince Albert and Princess Caroline; Caroline's husband Philippe Junot; actors Franco Nero, Lynda Carter and Cathy Lee Crosby; designer Karl Lagerfeld; tennis pros Vijay Amritraj and Tony Graham; and Chef Fusiero.