Richard Chamberlain showed how to make
stained glass windows.
Russell Harty Plus (ITV, United Kingdom, 1975)
Russell Harty conducted a lengthy interview of Richard Chamberlain on his show
which attracted celebrities from all areas of public life.
The Tonight Show (NBC Network, New York, November 5, 1970)
with Johnny Carson
Briefly back in New York from London, Richard Chamberlain
was interviewed on his latest films and stage work.
Desert Island Discs (Roy Plomley, BBC Radio 4, March 14, 1970)
According to the program’s tradition, Richard Chamberlain was invited to choose
eight pieces of music to take with him to a desert island. These pieces were
partially or entirely played during the interview. At the end of the program,
he was asked to choose the one piece he regarded most highly,
which book he would like to take with him to the Desert Island
as well as which luxury, inanimate and of no use to escape the island
or communicate with the outside world.
Listen to the extract of Richard Chamberlain's
interview made public by the BBC
The Joey Bishop Show (ABC, January 21, 1969)
Richard Chamberlain was a guest of the show together with singers
Dana Valery and Tommy Leonetti and golfer Charlie Sifford.
Dee Time (BBC, UK, London, January 6, 1968)
Richard Chamberlain was interviewed by Simon Dee.
At the beginning of his four-and-a-half-year stay in England,
Richard Chamberlain's first acting project was to play the part of
Ralph Touchett in Henry James's novel "The Portrait of a Lady"
for a BBC production.
The Merv Griffin Show (CBS Network, aired November 20, 1967)
Besides Richard Chamberlain, the guest list of the show
also included Sheilah Graham, Peggy Cass, Karen Morrow
and London Lee.
Richard Chamberlain, after Dr. Kildare was cancelled at the end of its fifth season, performed in two plays, "The Philadelphia Story"
and "Private Lives" (1966), and in two musicals, "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1966)
and "West Side Story" (1967).
The Tonight Show (NBC Network, New York, March 15, 1965)
with Johnny Carson
Richard Chamberlain was briefly interviewed by Johnny Carson
and Hedda Klein, as were Harve Presnell, Carol Lawrence,
Barbara Parkins and David Janssen.