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Reliable Sources reviews coverage of Martha Stewart and Michael Jackson, with Newsweek's Charles Gasparino, "Celebrity Justice's" Jane Velez-Mitchell and The Washington Post's Paul Farhi, plus former CBS correspondent Tom Fenton assesses foreign news coverage (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).

Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer interviews presidential counselor Dan Bartlett; Saudi foreign policy adviser Adel al-Jubeir discusses Middle East politics; a panel with Jordanian Ambassador Karim Kawar, Egyptian Ambassador Nabil Fahmy and Israeli Ambassador Daniel Ayalon; and a conversation with Mithal Alusi, founder of the Democratic Party of the Iraqi Nation (CNN at noon).

Faye Dunaway is among the judges evaluating aspiring actresses on "Starlet," premiering at 8 p.m. on Channel 50. The show puts wannabe starlets through an acting "boot camp." (David Strick -- The Wb)

In Depth talks with author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Helen Caldicott, who also takes viewer calls. Three hours (C-SPAN2 at noon).

After Words. Time magazine's John Dickerson interviews Donald Ritchie on his historical look at the White House press corps (C-SPAN at 6 and 9 p.m.).

John McLaughlin's One on One. With European Union Ambassador John Bruton (NewsChannel 8 at 9).

Public Broadcasting

The Blenko Spirit of American Stained Glass. If it's PBS pledge time, it's time for WETA to wheel out this staple on the family-owned business (Channel 26 at 8).


Dateline reports on allegations of financial misconduct in the Benny Hinn ministry, plus more car crash tests (Channel 4 at 7).

60 Minutes reports on the alleged CIA practice of handing over terror suspects to countries where interrogators are known to use torture; plus a look at whether a violent video game caused an 18-year-old to murder three people (Channel 9 at 7).

Prime-Time Movie

Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) (Channel 7 at 9) is previewed by Tom Shales on Page C8.

Cable Specials

Founding Mothers With Cokie Roberts. Based on the book by the ABC News commentator, the program looks at Colonial women such as Abigail Adams and Martha Washington who influenced the Founding Fathers (The History Channel at 7).

In the Womb. Computer-generated images, chronicling the development of a fetus, follows a rare keyhole surgery performed in utero (National Geographic Channel at 8).

Cable Premieres

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom is back for a third season with host Saba Douglas-Hamilton keeping tabs on a lioness who adopted a baby antelope in northern Kenya (Animal Planet at 7).

Deadwood (HBO at 9) is previewed by Tom Shales on Page C1.

Family Plots returns for a second season as cameras capture the goings-on at a family-owned San Diego mortuary (A&E at 9).

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