11 a.m.: Television News
News4 television anchor Wendy Rieger talks about her career in local news in the Washington area.

Noon: Media Backtalk
The Post's Howard Kurtz critiques the media.

1 p.m.: Post Magazine
Post Magazine staff writer Peter Perl, whose story "The Lessons of War" appears in Sunday's Washington Post Magazine's Education Review, field questions and comments about the article.

1:30 p.m.: The Chat House
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss sports and more.

2 p.m.: Supreme Court Affirmative Action Decision
NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorney Lia Epperson takes questions and comments on the Supreme Court's recent affirmative action decisions.

2 p.m.: Teacher Says
Join Post Teacher Says columnist Evelyn Vuko and her guest Joe Ann Stenstrom, adjunct professor of Children's Literature and head of Children's Services and the Children's Resource Collection at the Rockville Montgomery County Library, to talk about summer reading for kids.

2 p.m.: Travel Talk
The Post's Travel Section Flight Crew gives trip tips and destination suggestions.

3 p.m.: Supreme Court Internet Filtering Decision
washington post.com technology reporter David McGuire hosts Emily Shektoff, executive director of the American Library Association's Washington, D.C. office, to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on Internet filtering.

3:30 p.m.: Supreme Court Affirmative Action Decision
Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, takes questions and comments on the Supreme Court's recent affirmative action decisions.

6 p.m.: The Starry Eye
Astrologer Charlene Lichtenstein on celestial charts and your future.



10 a.m.: TechNews
washingtonpost.com's David McGuire hosts Wayne Rosso, president of Grokster to discuss the state of online music.

11 a.m.: Life At Work
Post columnist Amy Joyce discusses the frustrations of working life.

11:45 a.m.: U.S.-Bulgarian Relations
Bulgarian Finance Minister Milen Veltchev discusses U.S.-Bulgarian relations, NATO expansion and his country's efforts to join the European Union by 2007.

Noon: What's Cooking
Kim O'Donnel shares tips to make your next meal a pleasure -- to prepare and eat.

Noon: Funny? You Should Ask
The Post's Gene Weingarten chats about anything.

Noon: Strength and Fitness
Weightlifter and personal trainer Marty Gallagher helps you reach your fitness goals.

Noon: Levey Live
Post columnist Bob Levey is joined by a special guest James Rees, executive director of Mount Vernon.

1 p.m.: Lean Plate Club
Post staff writer Sally Squires talks about eating healthy and living wisely.

1 p.m.: Travel Sites
Post business travel reporter Keith Alexander hosts Brian Barth, CEO of SideStep.com, a travel site search engine.



11 a.m.: Economy
Post business columnist Steven Pearlstein discusses prescription drug prices.

11 a.m.: Politics
Robert Moffit, director of the Center for Health Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses Medicare.

11 a.m.: Ask Tom
Post food critic Tom Sietsema on the best bets for great eats in the Washington area.

11 a.m.: Real Wheels
The Post's Warren Brown discusses every aspect of the automotive industry.

11 a.m.: On the Job Live
Post columnist Kenneth Bredemeier on workplace politics and employment issues.

Noon: Got Plans? With Kids
Local experts from washingtonpost.com's Entertainment Guide staff share their best bets for arts and entertainment options for kids and their families.

Noon: Federal Diary Live
Post columnist Stephen Barr discusses the federal workplace.

1 p.m.: National Defense
Post military reporter Vernon Loeb and intelligence reporter Dana Priest on national security and military defense.

2 p.m.: TechNews - Digital Piracy
washingtonpost.com's Robert MacMillan hosts actor and director LeVar Burton to discuss the threat of online piracy to the movie industry.

2 p.m.: Classical Music Forum
Post music critic Tim Page on the world of symphonies, concertos and operas.



10 a.m.: World -- The Middle East
Georgetown University adjunct professor Rob Sobhani discusses reports of a possible ceasefire from Islamic militant groups against Israeli civilians..

10 a.m.: TechNews - Digital Piracy
washingtonpost.com's David McGuire hosts Jack Valenti, president of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, to discuss piracy's threat to the movie industry.

11 a.m.: Home Front
The Post Home section staff on making your house a stylish home.

Noon: Washington Post Book Club
Post Book World editor Francis Tanabe leads this month's discussion on 'The Leopard' by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa.

Noon: WETA 'Washington Week'
WETA's "Washington Week" moderator, Gwen Ifill, discusses the issues making news.

Noon: Potomac Confidential
Post Metro columnist Marc Fisher discusses local and national issues.

Noon: Home Sense
Columnist Mike McClintock answers your questions about home remodeling and repairs.

1 p.m.: Inside the FBI
Special Agent Mick Fennerty discusses the FBI's Crimes Against Children (CAC) program.

1 p.m.: Got Plans?
washingtonpost.com's Entertainment Guide staff with best bets for fun in the Washington area.

2 p.m.: Supreme Court
Susan Bloch, professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University, discusses today's Supreme Court rulings including the striking down of the Texas sodomy law.

2 p.m.: Dirda on Books
The Post's Michael Dirda on the world of literature.

2 p.m.: Apartment Life
Washington Post columnist Sara Gebhardt responds to your questions and comments about rental issues and lifestyles.



11 a.m.: The Reliable Source
Post columnist Lloyd Grove with local and national gossip and buzz.

1 p.m.: Meet the Artist
Artist Jeff Parker joins Comics page editor Suzanne Tobin to discuss his collaboration with Johnny Hart on 'The Wizard of Id.'

1 p.m.: Speaking Freely
Post columnist Bob Levey on local traffic, politics, sports and more.