Sports

Auto Racing (CC). Indianapolis 500 time trials (ESPN at 1 and 6).

Golf (CC). Final round of the LPGA Tour Sybase Classic (ESPN2 at 2); final round of the Colonial (Channel 9 at 3).

Baseball. Baltimore at Anaheim (Channel 20 at 4); St. Louis at Chicago Cubs (ESPN at 8).

NBA Playoffs (CC). Western Conference finals, Game 2: L.A. Lakers at Minnesota (TNT, 8:30).

Public Affairs

Fox News Sunday (CC). Sens. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) debate Iraq, and Iraqi Governing Council member Ahmed Chalabi discusses the raid on his home by Iraqi police and U.S. forces (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).

Sunday Morning (CC) profiles Jackson Browne and Sean Hannity (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (CC) explores the legal and moral issues of prolonging life for the critically ill (Channel 32, 9:30 a.m.).

The Chris Matthews Show. Topics include Iraq and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) as a possible vice presidential candidate for Democrat John Kerry; with Newsweek's Howard Fineman, CNBC's Gloria Borger, CNN's Tucker Carlson and NBC's Norah O'Donnell (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

Think Tank (CC) interviews American University professor Akbar Ahmed, author of "Islam Under Siege: Living Dangerously in a Post-Honor World" (Channel 26 at 10 a.m.; Channel 32 at 11 a.m.).

Inside Politics Sunday. New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson (D) and Stephen Moore of the Club for Growth discuss gasoline prices, and Kerry campaign adviser James Rubin and Bush campaign adviser Tucker Eskew review the week (CNN at 10 a.m.).

Meet the Press (CC) interviews Ahmed Chalabi about the raid on his home, Reps. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) debate U.S. involvement in Iraq, and a roundtable with The Washington Post's David S. Broder and Robin Wright, the Wall Street Journal's John Harwood and the New York Times's William Safire (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).

Face the Nation (CC). Topics are the Iraq war and the prisoner abuse scandal; with Sens. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.); featuring columnist Robert Novak (Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).

This Week With George Stephanopoulos (CC) interviews Iraqi Governing Council member Ahmed Chalabi; from Philadelphia, Ralph Nader discusses his White House run; and a panel discussion with former House speaker Newt Gingrich, Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) and ABC's Linda Douglass and George Will (Channel 7, 11:30 a.m.).

Reliable Sources. The guest is NBC's Tim Russert (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).

John McLaughlin's One on One interviews Amy Chua, author of "World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability" (Channel 4 at noon; repeats at 9 on NewsChannel 8).

Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer (CC). Guests include Ahmed Chalabi; Sens. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.); Iraqi Ambassador Rend Rahim Francke weighs in on the week's events; Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri; and 9/11 commission leaders Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton (CNN at noon).

Booknotes interviews Joseph A. Califano Jr. on his memoir "Inside: A Public and Private Life" (C-SPAN at 8 and 11).

America's Black Forum discusses the ramifications of the Iraq prisoner abuse scandal; with Newsweek's Richard Wolffe and the Brookings Institution's Susan Rice (Channel 9, 1:35 a.m.).

Newsmagazines

Dateline (CC) reports on the worst mountain climbing accident on Mount Hood in 20 years (Channel 4 at 7).

60 Minutes (CC) interviews retired Gen. Anthony Zinni on U.S. policy in Iraq (Channel 9 at 7).

Cable Series

TV Revolution. This five-part series reviews groundbreaking moments in television, beginning with a look at how homosexuality became an accepted theme (Bravo at 9).

The Sopranos (CC). The FBI steps up the pressure on Adriana (HBO at 9).

Deadwood (CC). Merrick proposes starting the town's first club (HBO at 10).

Queer as Folk. Michael and Justin get an offer from Hollywood to turn their comic book character into a feature film (Showtime at 10).

Prime-Time Movies

The Lion in Winter (2004) (Showtime, 7:30) and Scott Turow's Reversible Errors (2004) (Channel 9 at 9) are previewed by Tom Shales in the Sunday Arts section.

There's Something About Mary (1998) (CC). Ben Stiller stars as an obsessed man who hires a private detective (Matt Dillon) to track down his high school love (Cameron Diaz). 21/2 hours (Channel 50, 7:30).

Season Finales

America's Funniest Home Videos (CC). The $100,000 prize is awarded to the season's funniest video (Channel 7 at 8).

King of the Hill (CC). Bobby's choice of a peer-counseling class over shop doesn't sit well with Hank (Channel 5, 7:30).

The Simpsons (CC). When Mr. Burns buys all the media outlets in town, Lisa starts an independent newspaper (Channel 5 at 8).

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (CC). Eight children who lost both their parents within 16 days get an incredible gift (Channel 7 at 8).

Cold Case (CC). DNA evidence proves that the wrong man has been in prison nearly 20 years for the murder of a teenager (Channel 9 at 8).

Malcolm in the Middle (CC). As Hal awaits trial, he admits to Malcolm that he called in sick to work every Friday for 15 years (Channel 5, 8:30).

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (CC). A cop with a sleepwalking problem is accused of gunning down three Hispanic men (Channel 4 at 9).

Alias (CC). Sydney learns something that causes her to question anyone she's ever trusted (Channel 7 at 9).

Crossing Jordan (CC). The body of a woman who's been missing for seven years washes ashore (Channel 4 at 10).

With her new independent newspaper, Lisa gives Mr. Burns a taste of yellow journalism in the season finale of "The Simpsons," airing at 8 on Channel 5.