A public affairs series hosted by Ken Cavanaugh with commentary by Jack McGaw. W5 looks at the Presidential election of Gustav Heinemann in West Germany. Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger comments on the election and relations between East and West Germany. Adolf Von Thadden, leader of the National Democratic Party, discusses attempts to have his party banned, his chances in the upcoming federal election and whether his party has Nazis as members. In a staged report Jack McGaw interviews a Canadian border guard about Minister of Manpower and Immigration Allan MacEachen's policy on the immigration of draft dodgers and United States army deserters. Dalton Camp interviews economist Barbara Ward about economic development and population control. W5 visits a clinic in London, England where electric current is used to stimulate weight loss. Holly Thomas of Dundas, Ontario discusses being sponsored to loose weight and her plans to donate the money to OXFAM. Grade school students protest the seal hunt outside Canada House in New York City. Joan McLellan reports from Halifax on "The People" a new paper managed by Nick Fillmore. Fillmore, Frank Fillmore, and Haligonians discusses why Halifax needs more then one paper. Harold Shea, managing editor of "The Chronicle Herald", responds to Fillmore's criticism. In response to viewers' comments on Cavanaugh's Nehru suit, Cavanaugh models other fashions. Warner Troyer interviews actress Kate Reid about show business and family life. A preview for next week's story on the flooding of South Indian Lake in Manitoba for a hydro project is shown.