Barbara Walters talks with New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Rich about her long-awaited memoir, Audition.
A Conversation With Broadcast Journalist Barbara Walters About Her Life, Career And Book, Audition.
A look at the life and career of the trailblazing journalist.
Update on Egypt; Marwan Muasher & Robert Satloff; Barbara Walters
What’s in a name? Well, a lot, at least when it comes to piecing together family history. For former slaves, choosing a last name was one of their first acts of freedom. For Jewish immigrants, it was a way to fit in in their new country. Whatever the reason for a name change, it can make the process of learning about one’s ancestors difficult, if not impossible. In this episode, Gates unearths missing links in the family histories of media legend Barbara Walters and educational superstar Geoffrey Canada. Walters did not know her father’s real last name. Canada did not know the name of his grandfather. Both had been unable to access their history … until now.
Barbara Walters sits down with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to discuss life, politics, family, and happiness.
Barbara Walters sits down with everyone from Bill Clinton to David Letterman, Robin Williams to Regis Philbin: Celebrities talk heart surgery.
Judy Garland lived a life in the spotlight, from the movies of her youth to the concert stages of her later years. She remained an electrifying performer even as her troubled personal life took its toll. In 1967, two years before her death at age 47, she spoke at length with Barbara Walters of the Today show. Here is that interview, seen here for the first time in many years - a candid and revealing look at a life on stage. Also heard from are Judy's childhood friend and co-star Mickey Rooney, and daughter Liza Minelli, talking about her mother with Barbara Walters in 1973.
Whether 20, 40, 60 or 80 years old, people of all ages are in search of the fountain of youth. A special from Barbara Walters and ABC News, ''Live to Be 150... Can You Do It?'' reports that the quest to find the elusive answers to living longer and staying younger are closer than ever. ''Live to Be 150... Can You Do It?' goes beyond the nips and tucks, botox and exercise to the cutting edge of science,'' says Walters. ''The hour is filled with the medical and emotional advances that will hopefully enable us to live longer.''
Stephen welcomes Barbara Walters.
V. Stiviano speaks exclusively to Barbara Walters and 20/20.
Wildly successful moguls give back, share their secrets with Barbara Walters.
American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi speaks with the ladies of The View about Adam Lambert supposed 'coming out' in an upcoming issue of Rolling Stone.|American Idol|The View|Adam Lambert|Kara Dioguardi|Barbara Walters|
Part 1 of Jimmy's interview with Barbara Walters.
A sneak preview of the prime time special, "Barbara Walters: Her Story."
Barbara Walters addresses news regarding her retirement.
Friends thought a serious reporter like Tom Brokaw was taking a risk when he chose to work on the Today show.
Barbara makes a special announcement regarding leaving daily television.
Catch up on the headlines with Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Cecily Strong, including Monica Lewinsky’s Vanity Fair article and champagne and Viagra-flavored ice cream. Barbara Walters and Drunk Uncle stop by.
Barbara Walters on covering Nixon's trip to China. From the Barbara Walters Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
Barbara Walters discusses live television. From the Barbara Walters Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
Barbara Walters on what makes a "Barbara Walters question". From the Barbara Walters Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
Les Moonves gives us the back story behind the infamous photo with Joel McHale that started “The Late Late Show” rumors, and Julie Chen gives us her best Barbara Walters impression.
After decades of headline-making interviews, Barbara Walters celebrated her retirement on 'The View' on May 16, 2014. Although she said 'see you later' instead of 'goodbye,' Barbara admits she knows it's time. Watch to find out why she decided to sign off, and find out how she will know what kind of legacy she has left behind.
Mayor Bloomberg Surprises Barbara Walters!
Barbara Walters discusses her early jobs in Television. From the Barbara Walters Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
Barbara Walters addresses rumors about Elisabeth Hasselbeck leaving The View!
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