Auto Racing. NASCAR Ford 400 in Homestead, Fla. (Channel 4 at 1).

NFL Football. Dallas at Baltimore (Channel 5 at 1); Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (Channel 9 at 1); Washington at Philadelphia (Channel 5 at 4); Green Bay at Houston (ESPN, 8:30).

Women's College Basketball. Connecticut vs. North Carolina (ESPN, 2:30); N.C. State vs. Tennessee (ESPN2 at 5).

Golf. Final round of the World Cup (Channel 7 at 3).

Public Affairs

Fox News Sunday (CC). Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) assess the CIA shake-up, and former labor secretary Robert Reich and conservative commentator Bill Bennett discuss the Clinton legacy (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).

This Week With George Stephanopoulos (CC). Sens. John D. Rockefeller IV (D-W.Va.), Carl Levin (D-Mich.), Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) discuss the CIA, Iraq and Iran; The Washington Post's Bob Woodward, the New York Times's Maureen Dowd and former CNN head Walter Isaacson join the panel (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).

Sunday Morning (CC) devotes the hour to food and drink, including reports on military chow and Southern cuisine (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).

The Chris Matthews Show. Topics are President Bush's second term and the presidential hopes of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Rudolph Giuliani; with NBC's Andrea Mitchell, the New York Times's David Brooks, the Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page and the Orlando Sentinel's Kathleen Parker (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

Capital Sunday. Lawrence Korb of the Center for American Progress and The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler discuss foreign affairs, and U.S. News & World Report's Terence Samuels talks all things Congress (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).

Think Tank. Steven Sestanovich of the Council on Foreign Relations and the American Enterprise Institute's Leon Aron debate whether Russia is a democracy or dictatorship (Channel 26 at 10 a.m.; Channel 32 at 11 a.m.).

Inside Politics Sunday. Reps. Harold Ford (D-Tenn.) and Vito Fossella (R-N.Y.) debate partisan politics; the Cook Political Report's Amy Walter looks at congressional controversies; and a roundtable with the New York Post's Vince Morris and People magazine's Sandra Sobieraj-Westfall (CNN at 10 a.m.).

Meet the Press (CC) interviews Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Iraq, Iran and intelligence reform, and former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer talks about the hunt for Osama bin Laden (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).

Face the Nation (CC). Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) previews the Republican agenda (Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (CC) reports on the debate over medical marijuana and looks at Christian moderates (Channel 26, 10:30 a.m.).

Reliable Sources. The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne and the Wall Street Journal's John Fund look at coverage of Secretary of State Colin Powell's resignation, Condoleezza Rice's appointment and the Clinton library; CBS's Kimberly Dozier and Time's Brian Bennett talk about the dangers of reporting from Iraq (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).

Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer (CC). Sens. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Tex.) assess the new Senate; former secretaries of state Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright address State Department changes; former CIA directors James Woolsey and Stansfield Turner reflect on the agency; and Democrats are the topic for comedian Al Franken and Reps. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.), Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) and Martin Frost (D-Tex.) (CNN at noon).

Booknotes interviews Peter Charles Hoffer, author of "Past Imperfect: Facts, Fictions, Fraud -- American History From Bancroft and Parkman to Ambrose, Bellisles, Ellis and Goodwin" (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).

Public Broadcasting

Touching the Void. The acclaimed documentary recounts the near-fatal 1985 expedition by Joe Simpson and Simon Yates to reach a 21,000-foot peak in the Peruvian Andes. 90 minutes (Channels 22 and 26 at 9).

Prime-Time Movies

Searching for David's Heart (2004). A teenage girl goes on a quest to meet the recipient of her dead brother's heart. Two hours (ABC Family at 8).

The Wool Cap (2004). William H. Macy stars as a mute building superintendent who befriends a girl abandoned by her mother. Two hours (TNT at 8).

Back When We Were Grownups (2004). An adaptation of the Anne Tyler bestseller starring Blythe Danner as a widowed woman with four children who questions her next step in life. Two hours (Channel 9 at 9).


Dateline (CC) interviews Sen. John Edwards (D-N.C.) and his wife, Elizabeth, on her recent breast cancer diagnosis, plus the ninth annual visit with the McCaughey septuplets of Iowa (Channel 4 at 7).

60 Minutes (CC) reports on an African plant that could become the next diet craze; plus an interview with Jim Carrey (Channel 9 at 7).


Malcolm in the Middle (CC). Hal declares war on the garbage man (Channel 5, 7:30).

American Dreams (CC). JJ makes an emotional return home, while Meg and two friends object to an Army recruiter visiting the school (Channel 4 at 8).

The Simpsons (CC) take in an abandoned Nelson Muntz (Channel 5 at 8).

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (CC). A financially strapped widow and her two children get work done on their 100-year-old run-down farmhouse (Channel 7 at 8).

Cold Case (CC). The team reopens a 1953 murder case from the height of the communist witch hunts (Channel 9 at 8).

Arrested Development (CC). The Bluths head south of the border in search of the "stair car" (Channel 5, 8:30).

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (CC). A tormented scientist working on a controversial theory is murdered by radiation poisoning (Channel 4 at 9).

Desperate Housewives (CC). Mike cancels his date with Susan because of an unexpected houseguest (Channel 7 at 9).

Crossing Jordan (CC). A college fencing star is found dead in an apparent suicide (Channel 4 at 10).

Don Rickles and William H. Macy are featured in "The Wool Cap" on TNT at 8 p.m.