Actress Valerie Harper shows a positive outlook on her divorce from Richard Schaal.
Shania Twain on how fame has changed her life.
The Graduate's Dustin Hoffman is actually a college drop-out and named after a movie star.
Peter Gzowski sits down with Frank Oz and Cookie Monster. (1976)
The author of Junkie talks about his addiction to heroin. He claims it didn't have an adverse effect on his health and he has no regrets.
Gossip columnist for the Vatican discusses the new Pope Jean Paul II.
Gloria Steinem developed a thick skin in the early years of fighting for equality.
David Suzuki warns against using science for profit.
Moses Znaimer interviews Gloria Steinem about being a "groovy chick" and an ex-Playboy bunny. (1968)
Terry Gilliam talks about making his fantastical films and getting the money somehow.
Arthur Conan Doyle's son Adrian on how his famous father became obsessed with life after death. (1968)
Charlie Sheen, age 21, reveals his real name and discusses acting as the family business.
James Earl Jones recalls eating clay with salt in Mississippi and other childhood memories.
A young, hip David Suzuki on the potential abuse of genetics and science. (1972)
Infamous labour leader Jimmy Hoffa talks about power and his childhood.