The Oprah Winfrey Show
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A 20th-anniversary special features clips of the show's best and worst moments.
Great TV shows.
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins.
Women pose as men.
Men and eating disorders.
Lost opportunities resurrected.
Haunting first loves.
Phenomenon of "Waiting to Exhale".
Civil-rights-era student reunions.
Acts of kindness.
Best of Oprah: Oprah talks to four women who all say they were child brides in the USA.
Best of Oprah: farewell tribute to show contributor Nate Berkus: favorite makeovers and best advice.
Whitney Houston and the cast of "Waiting to Exhale."
Best of Oprah: Superstar Julia Roberts visits with all the scoop on her marriage, being a mom, and her new movie, "Eat, Pray, Love."
The lucky winners of the recent $266 million lottery; Dolly Parton performs.
Best of Oprah: Simon Cowell reflects on his time as a judge on "American Idol" and discusses what is next for him; the new documentary "Babies."
Singer Bret Michaels discusses the brain hemorrhage that nearly took his life; country singer Chely Wright talks about her decision to tell that she is gay.
Journalists Lisa and Laura Ling open up about the months when Laura was held captive in North Korea; a 7-year-old Haitian earthquake survivor.
Christmas show with Luther Vandross.
Best of Oprah: Actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith discuss how they keep their marriage fresh and their children grounded.
Actors Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz discuss their new movie, "Knight and Day."
Oprah talks to superstars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Dakota Fanning about the new movie, "Eclipse."
Sylvester Stallone; Cindy Crawford; Ellen DeGeneres.
Best of Oprah: Oprah talks to New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth about her new book, "Women, Food and God."
Best of Oprah: Oprah talks to teen phenom Justin Bieber about his rise to fame, and teen singer Charice performs.
Children and poverty.
Best of Oprah: Celebrities Cher, Justin Timberlake, Will.i.am and Usher hook up families and viewers with surprises.
Best of Oprah: At Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Grammy-winning artist Christina Aguilera performs her new single "Not Myself Tonight," and also opens up about motherhood and her career.
Oprah talks to guests who have overcome incredible obstacles including the four brothers from Collingsworth, N.J., who were nearly starved to death by their own parents.
Maya Angelou; Jeff Greenfield; Stephen Covey; Marianne Williamson.
Best of Oprah: Carson Kressley transforms some unsuspecting men with his expert style advice. And, "Project Runway's" style guru, Tim Gunn, tackles some of America's biggest fashion offenders.
Best of Oprah: Former first lady Laura Bush, joined by daughters Jenna and Barbara in an exclusive interview, talks to Oprah about her new memoir, "Spoken From the Heart."
Best of Oprah: Supermodel Naomi Campbell reflects on her years in fashion and comes clean about all the rumors, from her alleged temper to her billionaire boyfriend.
Oprah joins forces with transportation organizations, a team of correspondents, and people from all walks of life to help put an end to distracted driving.
Best of Oprah: Rielle Hunter discusses her affair with Sen. John Edwards, her baby, and an infamous photo shoot.
Former Miss USA Tara Conner comes clean about her struggle with drug addiction; former child star Todd Bridges discusses the childhood experiences that led to his public battle with drug addiction.
Best of Oprah: Guests meet people who share the same name and discover what they have in common.
Celebrities Brooke Burke, Randy Jackson and Paula Deen go back to their first jobs.
Finding missing children.
Jordan's Queen Rania Al-Abdullah discusses her life in the royal palace, her passion for education and her new children's book; Melissa Etheridge performs and talks about her recent breakup.
In honor of Earth Day, a "green" mom switches families with an admittedly wasteful one to see how the other side lives; makers of Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" share how they risked their lives to expose a deadly secret.
Best of Oprah: Oprah talks to people who work at their dream jobs. Guests include a rock 'n' roll florist, professional stuntwomen and the creative director at J.Crew.
Oprah talks to octuplet mom Nadya Suleman and cameras record life for 24 hours.
Highlights from interviews with Hollywood stars.
Best of Oprah: The brother of Academy Award-winning actress Mo'Nique comes forward and admits to molesting her as a child.
Children and guns.
Good news day.
Oprah talks to controversial octuplets mom Nadya Suleman and grants cameras full access to her life for 24 hours.
Oprah announces the grand-prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest; industrialist Richard Branson provides unprecedented access to his new home on his private Caribbean island.
Singer Mary J. Blige performs and takes the cameras back to the projects where she grew up; author Malaak Compton-Rock reveals fun, simple ways to make one's life more meaningful.
Tipping and gift-giving.
Journalist Lisa Ling reports from an island that is home to hundreds of the most violent sex offenders in America.
Celebrities' Christmas plans.
Country superstar Kenny Chesney takes requests, surprises one of his biggest fans, and gives a peek into his life; Oprah meets the four young men from "The Buried Life."
Follow-up on overweight girls.
Best of Oprah: Sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman counsels couples who are having trouble in the bedroom, including a couple who have not been intimate in two and a half years.
Oprah talks to cast members of the hit show "Glee," who reveal secrets and unseen moments and perform their signature song.
Whitney Houston and cast of "Waiting to Exhale."
Best of Oprah: comics Tina Fey and Steve Carell discuss their new movie, "Date Night"; actress Betty White discusses her resurgence in Hollywood; actor Tracy Morgan.
Updates on past guests include a woman who lost 175 pounds, a transgender teen, a single mother with an addiction to painkillers, and the winner of Oprah's Karaoke Challenge.
Fashion designer Donna Karan.
Singer Janet Jackson discusses the death of her brother Michael, the charges against Dr. Conrad Murray and how Michael's children are coping with the loss of their father; director Tyler Perry ("Why Did I Get Married Too").
Actress Raquel Welch discusses her memoir and reveals her best anti-aging secrets.
Producer Ryan Seacrest and chef Jamie Oliver discuss their new reality show, "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution."
Actresses Lisa Kudrow and Brooke Shields and football legend Emmitt Smith trace their family histories; Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. reveals the outcome of the "beer summit" with Officer Crowley and President Obama.
Oprah interviews Oscar winners at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Calif.; designer Nate Berkus goes backstage at the Oscars; Carson Kressley comments on the red carpet fashions.
A day in the life of news anchor Diane Sawyer; Alicia Keys performs and shares a preview of her new music video with Beyoncé.
Singer Jessica Simpson addresses public criticism about her weight and ex-boyfriend John Mayer's recent kiss-and-tell interview; Lisa Ling reports on new beauty standards in Shanghai.
Football player Nick Schuyler discusses surviving a boating accident that took the lives of three of his friends.
Comic Jerry Seinfeld discusses his new show, "The Marriage Ref."
Actress Kirstie Alley discusses her new reality show and weight struggles.
Former political aide Andrew Young and his wife, Cheri, discuss the John Edwards sex scandal.
The parents of convicted killer Amanda Knox discuss her 26-year prison sentence and how she is holding up behind bars.
Incredible guests include a violinist with fast fingers, a speed portrait painter, the world's tallest teenager and humans who fly.
Olympic gold medalists Shaun White and Lindsey Vonn discuss their wins; missionary Jim Allen discusses being jailed in Haiti; Lady Antebellum performs.
A woman reunites with the daughter she gave up for adoption 42 years ago; investigator Troy Dunn ("The Locator").
Oprah talks to the son of mass murderer Jim Jones and the sister of serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
Style guru Carson Kressley helps viewers tone down their over-the-top looks; designer Nate Berkus transforms a cluttered den.
Oprah discusses the Super Bowl ad that featured her with David Letterman and Jay Leno; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, his wife and baby boy; Lionel Richie performs love songs.
Transsexual filmmaker Kimberly Reed discusses her struggle with gender identity and her new documentary, "Prodigal Sons."
Oprah talks to worldwide phenomenon Celine Dion about her new documentary, "Celine Through The Eyes Of The World."
Best of Oprah! Lisa Ling goes inside the world of a modern geisha and a nunnery.
Best of Oprah: Oprah has an honest conversation with four convicted child molesters.
Singer Pink performs; actor Dwayne Johnson reveals his opinions about this year's Super Bowl; author Cristina Ferrare provides game-day recipes.
Dr. Mehmet Oz discusses the warning signs, risk factors, prevention and reversal of diabetes; fitness guru Bob Greene puts a group of women through diabetes boot camp.
Singer Fantasia Barrino performs and discusses her career; reality TV star Ruby Gettinger discusses her weight loss revelations.
Oprah talks to the children of Wanda Barzee, who took part in the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping.
Larry O'Donnell, president of Waste Management, and Joe DePinto, president of 7-Eleven, discuss their experiences on the show "Undercover Boss."
All New! In honor of Oprah's birthday, the audience is full of people of all ages who are celebrating their birthdays with her; Oprah talks to Jason Reitman, director of the Golden Globe-winning film "Up in the Air."
Talk-show host Jay Leno reveals why he agreed to return as host of "The Tonight Show" and where his relationship with Conan O'Brien stands.
Best of Oprah: Author Michael Pollan, Chipotle Mexican Grill founder Steve Ells and actress Alicia Silverstone discuss the thought-provoking documentary "Food, Inc."
Actress Denise Richards discusses her divorce from actor Charlie Sheen and his most-recent arrest; Gayle Haggard, wife of former preacher Ted Haggard, discusses her new book, "Why I Stayed."
Best of Oprah: Comic Rosie O'Donnell discusses the breakup of her 12-year relationship, her girlfriend and new projects.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin discusses her multiyear deal with Fox News to serve as an on-air contributor and show host; Bristol Palin discusses preventing teen pregnancy.
Best of Oprah: Guests share their stories of addiction and how they were saved by interventions from their families.
Singers Wyclef Jean, Rihanna and Maxwell discuss the relief efforts in Haiti and lend their voices to the cause; Dr. Sanjay Gupta provides an update from the ravaged island nation.
Susan Boyle performs and discusses how she is handling her newfound fame; Adam Lambert performs and discusses what is is like to become a celebrity overnight.
The dangers of texting and driving; families tell how they lost loved ones because of distracted drivers.
The latest on the devastating earthquake in Haiti; Oprah talks to director James Cameron about his film "Avatar"; Lady Gaga performs and discusses her newfound fame.
Celebrity beauty secrets.
Best of Oprah: Nate Berkus and "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger help a single woman make a love connection; then Nate and Paula Deen comfort a boy grieving over the loss of his twin brother.
Oprah explores what marriage means to people around the world; author Elizabeth Gilbert ("Committed").
Best of Oprah: Actress/producer Rita Wilson, wife of actor Tom Hanks, helps viewers of all ages find their style and give women some age-defying makeovers.
Garry Marshall ("Wake Me When It's Funny").
"Get Your Life in Order" adviser Peter Walsh challenges a family to go seven days without phones, computers and television.
Helping strangers in distress.
Oprah talks to three women whose husbands all led secret lives.
Don Johnson; Patrick Swayze; Wesley Snipes.
Patrons of prostitutes.
Abusive baby sitters.
Funny stories about acquisitions.
Protecting a child.
Cast of "Roseanne."
A sneak preview of Oprah's primetime special, "Christmas at the White House"; fans around the world discuss the premiere of "Michael Jackson's This Is It"; winners from "The Price Is Right," "Deal or No Deal," and Publishers Clearing House.
Encouraging children to think.
Authors Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn discuss their book, "Half the Sky"; actors George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Demi Moore and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discuss gender equity in developing countries.
Best of Oprah: duet performances feature Tim McGraw and Alicia Keys, Andrea Bocelli and Mary J. Blige, and Sugarland and Jennifer Hudson.
Wives of child abusers.
Vicki Kennedy discusses her relationship with Ted Kennedy, their time together at the end of his life, and his book "True Compass."
Oprah teams up with People magazine to salute 2009's most extraordinary people including airline pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, a group of cheerleaders, hard-working mail carriers, and soldiers who recently returned from Iraq.
Dr. Drew Pinsky discusses sex addiction and his reality series, "Sex Rehab With Dr. Drew."
Oprah talks to actor Ray Romano about his new TV show, "Men of a Certain Age," and actress Gabourey "Gabby" Sidibe about her performance in the movie "Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire."
Town boys meet city girls.
Style guru Tim Gunn ("Project Runway") gives men makeovers and tackles some of America's biggest fashion faux pas; fashion guru Carson Kressley hits the streets to give unsuspecting men the truth about their outdated attire.
Children from violent homes.
Best of Oprah: Oprah interviews actors Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Penélope Cruz, Marion Cotillard and Kate Hudson about their new musical, "Nine."
"I Love You" day.
Journalist Lisa Ling reports on women, erotica and pornography; former adult film star Jenna Jameson; sex columnist Violet Blue.
Best of Oprah: Oprah interviews former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin about her first book, "Going Rogue."
Videos of adults selling contraband to children.
The winner of the karaoke challenge is announced; author Stephenie Meyer discusses the upcoming movie "The Twilight Saga: New Moon"; actress Robin Givens responds to former boxer Mike Tyson's interview.
Charla Nash talks to Oprah in her first interview since being mauled and blinded by a 200-pound chimpanzee; an interview with the hero sergeants from last week's Fort Hood tragedy.
Self-defense for children.
Three finalists sing and compete to be crowned the winner of Oprah's Karaoke Challenge.
Oprah talks to prisoner Eric Wrinkles, who currently sits on Indiana's death row.
Parents learn what makes children happy.
Oprah and talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres reveal their cover of O Magazine; Ellen discusses her new job as a judge on "American Idol" and sits down with her wife, Portia de Rossi, for an interview.
Oprah reveals the results of the karaoke contest; actress Mo'Nique ("Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire"); journalist Anderson Cooper discusses the book "Say You're One of Them" by Uwem Akpan.
Comic Alexandra Wentworth and actress Hilary Swank help four women shake up their routines and conquer their fears.
Giving up old habits.
Karaoke singers perform live in front of a panel of judges.
Oprah returns to her first job as a news anchor; actress Kirstie Alley, financial adviser Suze Orman and singer Martina McBride go back to their first jobs.
Fashion gurus demonstrate how the right shoe, handbag and accessories can flatter any body type; three different ways to wear a simple black dress; updates on the bra intervention.
Laura Schlessinger ("Ten Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives").
Oprah interviews Lisa Niemi, the widow of actor Patrick Swayze.
Towns' claims to fame.
Fans around the world discuss the premiere of "Michael Jackson's This Is It"; winners from "The Price Is Right," "Deal or No Deal," and Publishers Clearing House.
Teenage girls talk.
Oprah interviews reality TV stars Heidi Klum, Christian Siriano, Randy Jackson and Adam Lambert.
Cast of "Friends."
Oprah speaks to families affected by drunken driving.
Brushes with death.
Oprah and best friend Gayle King travel to Dallas for the largest state fair in the U.S.
Behind the scenes.
Comic Wanda Sykes discusses her new show.
Best of Oprah: jeans designer Cookie Johnson; chef Tal Ronnen.
Employers and domestic violence.
Best of Oprah: Oprah speaks to "the happiest people on Earth" and sees how others around the world live.
Little girls obsessed with their looks.
Best of Oprah: Five women discuss how they fell victim to a man convicted of using sex as a deadly weapon.
Teen views of television.
Interior designer Nate Berkus takes over for a stay-at-home mom and gives a viewer a makeover.
Teens who want to have babies.
Viewers discuss surviving incest.
Best of Oprah: Taylor Swift performs.
Best of Oprah: Police official Lisa Campbell and Officer Allison Jacobs discuss how they helped find kidnapped woman Jaycee Dugard.
Oprah speaks with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson.
Oprah and comic Chris Rock discuss topics from the past week; Michael Bublé performs.
Best of Oprah: Hoarders expose their secret lives.
Best of Oprah: Ashley Markham discusses the murders of her parents, Byrd and Melanie Billings.
Best of Oprah: Oprah goes inside the home of 7-year-old schizophrenic Jani Shofield.
Love letters to parents.
Arnel Pineda, lead singer of the music group Journey; college freshman Khadijah Williams tells how she went from homeless to Harvard.
Best of Oprah: Oprah looks back on some of the most-fascinating families she has featured on her show.
Best of Oprah: Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn discuss changing the world by empowering girls living in poverty.
Nutrition for children.
Comic Chris Rock discusses his documentary "Good Hair."
Robert James Waller.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Mehmet Oz holds an intervention for a mother and son addicted to prescription pain medication.
Singers Oleta Adams and Kathy Mattea.
Best of Oprah: Chinese talk-show host Chen Lu Yu; Bollywood actors Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai; Argentine polo player Nacho Figueras.
Talk-show host Jay Leno discusses the debut of his new prime-time show; Harry Connick Jr. performs.
Best of Oprah: hip-hop mogul Jay-Z; singer Barbra Streisand.
Best of Oprah: Actress Mackenzie Phillips reveals a stunning family secret.
Summer fun for children.
Best of Oprah: Oprah interviews a 10-year-old girl with mermaid syndrome and a woman who is America's first face-transplant recipient.
Best of Oprah: Oprah goes back in time to the 1960s with actors January Jones and Jon Hamm ("Mad Men").
From New York; talk-show hosts Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa; singer Mariah Carey.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Phil McGraw returns for the first time since launching his own talk show.
Oprah discusses how she felt when she heard of singer Michael Jackson's death.
Interviews with journalist Lisa Ling, sportscaster Erin Andrews and Rev. Alberto Cutié.
Oprah hosts a Season 24 kick-off party in the streets of Chicago; the Black Eyed Peas perform.
Best of Oprah: Oprah reviews her favorite viewer surprises.
Oprah's favorite recipes from chefs Paula Deen and Rachael Ray and actor Tom Cruise.
Best of Oprah: Memorable performances, including appearances by illusionist Criss Angel and ventriloquist Terry Fator.
Guests discuss how the recession has affected their social class status.
Two families agree to go without cell phones, computers and TV for seven days.
A salute to people who step up and help others in hard times.
Actress Glenn Close shows how puppies transform the lives of prison inmates and wounded soldiers; an elephant, a hippo and a grizzly bear.
Oprah talks with Barbara Sheehan and Stacey Lannert, who admit to killing their loved ones.
Comics Dane Cook, Mo'Nique and George Lopez; a special report from "The Daily Show."
Favorite Dr. Oz moments.
"American Idol" judge Simon Cowell; talented performers from around the world, including singer Susan Boyle.
The Bunny Ranch brothel; actor Ed Begley Jr.'s green house; a town with only 50 residents.
Flesh-eating bacteria; a deadly infection spreads rapidly throughout the country; NBA all-star Grant Hill.
Designer Nate Berkus makes over rooms in four families' homes while spending less than $300.
A look back at some of Oprah's most memorable guests includes former evangelical leader Ted Haggard and child-killer Susan Smith's estranged husband.
Dr. Laura Berman returns to further discuss how to talk to children about sex.
A 13-year-old girl tells how she was seduced online, then kidnapped and held captive as a sex slave; anti-crime activist John Walsh.
Best of Oprah: Single dads, including a man who is raising nine children on his own, tell their stories of fatherhood.
Humorous highlights from past shows; exercise.
Women discuss the good, the bad and the ugly sides of motherhood; actress Cheryl Hines ("In the Motherhood").
Dr. Laura Berman discusses the latest science behind sex appeal.
Actor Michael J. Fox discusses Parkinson's disease; Dr. Oz.
Children, teens and parents discuss the raid on the Yearning for Zion Ranch.
A 900-pound woman shares her story.
Dr. Oz discusses new and innovative ways to live longer.
The Clean Up Your Messy House tour makes a surprise stop at a university in Atlanta.
Talk-show host Montel Williams discusses living with multiple sclerosis and his new book, "Living Well Emotionally"; coping with a life-threatening illness.
Oprah gains access to Windsor Castle, the "American Idol" set and the Valentino empire.
Dr. Oz investigates medical mistakes; actor Dennis Quaid discusses the simple mistake that nearly killed his newborn twins.
Martha Stewart and top designers offer ideas on interior/exterior decorating.
Guests decide to change just one thing about their appearances.
Anita Baker; Vanessa Williams; Gloria Estefan; Roberta Flack.
Child psychiatrist Dr. Bruce Perry talks about extreme cases of child neglect.
Scandals on videotape.
Simplifying life and living with less.
Life as a juror.
Oprah visits the historic Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Journalist Lisa Ling investigates the emergence of tent cities.
After reading "Black Like Me," a young white man darkens his skin and goes under cover as a black man in the South.
Oprah speaks with Ed Doud, father of octuplets mom Nadya Suleman.
Advice books for singles.
Breaking old habits.
Celebrities and their sisters.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz discusses why America's children are overweight.
Woman who shot her child's abuser.
Teenagers confront their weight issues during a groundbreaking intervention.
Good boys who turned bad.
On the set of "Roseanne."
Post-inauguration special: actor Forest Whitaker; singer Jon Bon Jovi; presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.
People whose children attempted to kill them.
Oprah celebrates the presidential inauguration with actors Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and Scarlett Johansson and musicians Bono, will.i.am, Seal and David Foster; performances by Faith Hill and Mary J. Blige.
Small-town boys meet big-city girls.
Martha Stewart presents wedding tips.
Expressions of love.
Catching up with people from the past.
Actors Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio ("Revolutionary Road"); Oprah discusses movies she loves.
Oprah responds to viewers' reactions to her 40-pound weight gain; Erik Chopin, winner of the third season of "The Biggest Loser," reveals how he lost his battle with weight gain.
Self-defense class with an unusual final exam.
Best Life Week: Dr. Laura Berman reveals the five things one can do to have better sex.
Best Life Week: Dr. Laura Berman reveals the five things one can do to have better sex.
Weight loss prompts friend loss.
Best Life Week: Suze Orman discusses financial issues including credit-card debt, savings and retirement.
Make-over tips from Joan Collins, Ali MacGraw and Debbie Allen.
Best Life Week: Author Elizabeth Lesser, Rev. Ed Bacon and Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith discuss finding true happiness and fulfillment.
Illegal sales to minors.
Dr. Oz reveals his ultimate health checklist as Best Life Week continues.
Oprah kicks off Best Life Week with a discussion about weight control; fitness guru Bob Greene.
Viewers reveal creative ways to spend less over the holidays; author Cristina Ferrare provides step-by-step recipes for turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie; Oprah unveils a special gift that does not cost a thing.
Dr. Laura Berman helps couple rejuvenate their sex lives.
Grandparents vs. parents.
Women from around the world, including journalist Mara Schiavocampo, reveal their beauty secrets.
Alternatives to spanking children.
Actors Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button").
Questionnaires for couples.
Dr. Oz investigates medical mysteries including primordial dwarfism and photographic memories.
Hair horror stories.
Oprah searches for the world's smartest and most talented children.
Women who love bad men.
Germs in public places.
Actress Jennifer Aniston ("Marley & Me"); Beyoncé performs.
Failed 911 calls.
"All My Children" anniversary.
Dr. Oz discusses the latest science behind looking and feeling beautiful; Dr. Susan Evans gives advice on treating wrinkles, sun spots and acne.
Actors Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman ("Australia").
Parents who turn their children in to the police.
Defense attorneys and client guilt.
Debt-ridden family members.
Political consultant David Gergen, Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) and feminist activist Gloria Steinem discuss the outcome of the presidential election.
Getting things free.
Protecting your home from crime.
Dr. Laura Berman counsels a couple on how to have a happier, more fulfilling relationship by having better sex.
Celebrities give dating advice.
Dreams come true.
"The Biggest Loser" winners reveal their best weight-loss secrets.
Holiday horrors rectified.
Singer Celine Dion celebrates remarkable children including formerly conjoined twins and a 6-year-old boy who aspires to compete in the Olympics.
Moms get sexy makeovers; the stars of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" get makeovers.
Teens who want to have children.
Young moguls, including actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and CEO Tony Hsieh, Zappos.com, tell how they turned their passions into millions of dollars.
Rich abused women.
Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor describes her journey to a full recovery after a debilitating stroke.
Bartenders' liability for serving minors.
Marty Tankleff, a man accused of murdering his parents, tells how it feels to finally be free after spending half his life in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Rosie Daley's low-fat recipes.
Parental crimes affect children.
Journalist Lisa Ling visits several different farming operations to see how the animals we eat are cared for before they get to the table.
Women who have poor personal hygiene.
Oprah and journalist Maria Shriver celebrate women who changed the world; women's rights advocate Gloria Steinem; tennis champion Billie Jean King.
Acts of kindness.
An etiquette guru discusses how being rude can actually hurt one's quality of life.
Maya Angelou discusses her latest book, "A Song Flung Up to Heaven."
O magazine contributor Faith Salie and columnist Randy Cohen discuss how to handle ethically sticky situations.
A thrifty family provides tips for stretching the dollar; viewers across the country reveal money-saving secrets.
Household dangers that threaten children.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz takes studio-audience questions: from the bathroom to the bedroom, nothing is off limits.
Kent Whitaker tells how he learned his son was the mastermind behind the murder of his entire family and how he found the courage to forgive; journalist Lisa Ling interviews murderer Bart Whitaker.
School for husbands.
Children's letters to Oprah.
Single parents who can't get dates.
An overwhelmed mom talks about her deadly mistake.
Children from violent homes.
Actors Alexandra Wentworth and Mark Consuelos and magazine editor Gayle King discuss breaking news stories and answer burning questions; director Spike Lee discusses his latest film.
Men's body image.
Oprah meets tiny and talented dogs.
Author Jenny McCarthy ("Warrior Moms") and actor Jim Carrey discuss their love story; a mother discusses losing her limbs because of a flesh-eating bacteria.
A Hurricane Katrina survivor gets the gift of a lifetime; a home makeover.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow discusses how she got in shape, her life as a wife and mother, and her friendship with singer Madonna; chef Mario Batali whips up a Spanish favorite.
A woman who thought she had the flu but actually had a 140-pound tumor growing in her belly; Dr. Oz discusses dry drowning and answers medical questions.
Author M. Gary Neuman ("The Truth About Cheating"); couples who have dealt with infidelity; the number one reason why men stray.
Kidnapping victims Elizabeth Smart and Shawn Hornbeck tell how they are coping; John Ramsey discusses the murder of his daughter JonBénet Ramsey.
Oprah profiles the life of Filipino singer Charice Pempengco.
Olympians including Michael Phelps, Nastia Liukin, Shawn Johnson, Dara Torres, Kobe Bryant answer questions; behind the headlines of Olympic stories.
Dr. Oz helps guests conquer obsessive-compulsive disorder.
The cast of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" reunites.
A woman tells how she escaped a polygamist sect; journalist Lisa Ling investigates the world of polygamy.
Children showcase talents including ballroom dancing, playing musical instruments and singing.
Three viewers team with celebrity chefs Ingrid Hoffman, Curtis Stone and Tyler Florence for a sandwich showdown; Oprah's best friend, Gayle King, searches for America's best sandwich.
Singers Cher and Tina Turner perform in Las Vegas.
Journalist Barbara Walters discusses her life and career.
The Roloff family from "Little People, Big World" discuss their lives; the Jonas Brothers perform.
Life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Hidden cameras reveal how unsuspecting people handle controversial situations.
Author Marcus Buckingham explains his approach to achieving job satisfaction.
Two wasteful families participate in a challenge to live with only the bare necessities.
Journalist Maria Shriver discusses her new book, "Just Who Will You Be?"
Author David Sheff discusses his son's drug addiction in the book "Beautiful Boy."
The families of accident survivor Whitney Cerak and victim Laura VanRyn talk about the mistaken identity that changed their lives.
Oprah speaks with musician Rick Springfield and actors William Shatner and Henry Winkler.
Jonathan and Kate Gosselin ("Jon & Kate Plus 8") discuss raising twins and sextuplets; actors Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Phylicia Rashad ("A Raisin in the Sun").
Fashion guru Lloyd Boston gives women wardrobe makeovers.
Teen dating violence.
Gay husband's affair.
Valentine's Day surprises and love stories.
Wealth and access.
David Cassidy performs and discusses his life; cast members of "The Cosby Show."
Interior designer Nate Berkus and landscaper Jamie Durie renovate a house for a deserving couple.
Lives of the obese.
Fulfilling your dream.
Valuables at flea markets.
Obese family aided.
Parents and doctors discuss whether teenagers should get gastric bypass surgery.
Multiple personality stalks herself.
Oprah's surprise party.
Oprah delivers good news.
Author Gavin de Becker ("The Gift of Fear") discusses protecting oneself from violent crime; a woman tells how following her instincts saved her life.
Service workers confront ill-mannered customers.
Family fashion make-overs.
People worried about their parents' health.
Oprah honors the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.
Couples at odds over money.
Observational powers of husbands.
Dr. Christiane Northrup answers questions.
Ugly divorces affect children.
Meet the people behind Cold Stone Creamery and the Container Store; Gayle travels 2,000 miles for a sandwich.
Acts of kindness update.
Betty Eadie ("Embraced by the Light").
Abandoning fathers who changed their minds.
Beauty treatments analyzed.
Celebrity hairstylists reveal their secrets.
Best of Oprah: Jaw-dropping weight loss stories, including a guest who once tipped the scales at 703 pounds. Tune in for our "hall of fame" weight loss stories that will get you motivated and off the couch!
Unruly teenage daughters.
Advice for viewers.
Changing beliefs divide spouses.
Organizer Peter Walsh helps a family get rid of overwhelming clutter.
Dying man reviews his life.
Organizer Peter Walsh reveals the secret lives of hoarders.
Parents reveal secrets.
Interior designer Nate Berkus reveals America's best decorating ideas; chef Giada De Laurentiis shares hassle-free holiday recipes.
Bad beautician stories.
Birth-order can affect relationships.
Women share their stories of spousal rape.
Parents who spy on children.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz discusses his anti-aging plan.
Prescription-drug side effects.
Dr. Oz reveals his brand-new anti-aging plan.
People reveal their actual looks.
Mistresses and betrayed wives share their stories.
Actor Bill Cosby discusses controversial remarks he made in 2004 and takes on topics including absent fathers, teenage pregnancy and violence.
John Gray ("Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus").
Transgender guests discuss the impact their lifestyle change had on their families.
Finding lost loved ones.
Oprah's vacation videos.
Children who want to have plastic surgery.
Lost loves reunite.
Hidden hazards at home.
Observational powers of husbands.
Men, including athletes Derek Jeter and Ben Gordon, ask Dr. Oz questions.
Men looking for rich women.
Director Michael Moore ("Sicko") and an insurance-industry lobbyist face off in a debate about health care; journalist Lisa Ling investigates insurance companies.
Discussion about open marriages, sex over age 60 and friends with benefits; 237 reasons to have sex.
People discuss their lives as intersexuals; author Jeffrey Eugenides ("Middlesex").
In New York; talk-show host David Letterman; Lisa Marie Presley performs.
Dr. Mehmet Oz answers viewers' questions about bike seats, hot tubs and tight pants.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz provides his first health quiz.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz answers viewers' questions.
Victims of scams talk about their ordeals.
"Random acts of kindness."
What men don't know about their wives.
A man explains why he walked away from millions of dollars; a woman shares how to get more for one's money.
"People shed their disguises."
Finding lost people.
A dinner pays tribute to actor Sidney Poitier.
Girls in prison.
African-American family divided by color.
Oprah answers viewers' letters; a two-time Grammy nominee surprises a fan.
Birthday surprise for Oprah.
Bad beautician stories.
Police and crime.
Women coerced into robbing banks.
Best of Oprah: Dr. Oz answers questions about tooth bleaching, Botox, Brazilian waxes and cellulite.
Getting off welfare.
A 9-year-old with a red-carpet assignment; a guest who performed surgery as a 7-year-old; a high-school student who is a CEO; juggling geniuses.
Marianne Williamson ("A Return to Love").
Mothers who made millions of dollars reveal their secrets; Food Network star Paula Deen.
Guests talk about surviving avalanches, electric shocks and plane crashes.
Car tips for women.
Two determined dads never give up; the hectic lives of football player Rodney Peete and actress Holly Robinson Peete.