This morning, "The Martha Stewart Show" (Channel 7 at 10) is all about blogs, and Stewart talks to snarky celeb blogger Perez Hilton, as well as Politico.com's Jonathan Martin.
"Live From Lincoln Center" (Channels 22, 26 at 8) features the New York Philharmonic during this season's opening concert, including Berlioz's "Roman Carnival" Overture and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4.
The aspiring runway stars on "America's Next Top Model" (Channel 50 at 8) are thrilled when Tyra announces makeovers, but the happiness quickly fades when they realize the people with scissors are there to give drastic haircuts.
"Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan shows up on "Bones" (Channel 5 at 8) to help with a canine crisis when the team investigates a dog-fighting ring that may have led to a veterinarian's death.
Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin talks with Sean Hannity on "Hannity & Colmes" (Fox News Channel at 9) in the first of a two-part interview; the second segment airs tomorrow night.
Nothing says midlife crisis like the purchase of a red convertible; at least according to Joy, who gets back at Eddie for his wildly impractical car by flirting with her colleague on " 'Til Death" (Channel 5 at 9).
Assembling a professional wardrobe from essential college gear like jeans and hoodies is an impossible task, but the designers on "Project Runway" (Bravo at 9) try to make it work for college-age women.
Stephen Wiltshire, an autistic artist, is profiled in "The Human Camera" (BBC America at 9), which explores his photographic memory and ability to sketch the London skyline after one brief viewing.
On "Do Not Disturb" (Channel 5 at 9:30), find out whether (a) Neal installing a birdcage to showcase the Inn's attractive women is as creepy as it sounds and (b) Audrina Patridge from "The Hills" can drum up an actual expression or two for this guest stint.
"Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads" (Channels 22, 26 at 9:30) delves into the history of the band of brothers, which is made up of Henry, Jojo and Ringo Garza.
"NewsHour" correspondent Judy Woodruff travels throughout swing state Ohio and visits a range of schools for "Where We Stand: America's Schools in the 21st Century" (Channel 22 at 11).
"Late Show With David Letterman" (Channel 9, 11:35) has actors Nicolas Cage and Anna Torv and a performance by Terrence Howard.
Actor Ed Harris, Sen. John McCain's daughter Meghan McCain and musical act George Clinton and His Gangsters of Love All-Stars stop by "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" (Channel 4, 11:35).
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (Channel 7, 12:05) hosts actress Alyssa Milano, producer Stephen Merchant and singer Ne-Yo.
-- Emily Yahr