Tennis. French Open men's final: Rafael Nadal vs. Mariano Puerta (Channel 4 at 9 a.m.).
Baseball. Florida at Washington (Channel 20 at 1); Baltimore at Detroit (Channel 66 at 1); San Francisco at New York Mets (ESPN at 8).
Golf. Final round of the Memorial (Channel 9 at 2).
Meet the Press interviews Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman on President Bush's second term and the future of the GOP (Channel 4 at 8 a.m.).
Fox News Sunday interviews Amnesty International Executive Director William Schulz on President Bush's dismissal of his group's "gulag" charge, and Watergate prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste and co-conspirator G. Gordon Liddy talk about Deep Throat (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).
This Week With George Stephanopoulos interviews Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) on his recent trip to Iraq, Washington Post Vice President at Large Ben Bradlee discusses Deep Throat, and musician Bryan Adams discusses his involvement with Race for the Cure; plus, a roundtable discussion with Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts and George Will (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).
Sunday Morning interviews Tony-nominated actress Kathleen Turner and author Caleb Carr (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly looks at the "conscience clause" that some physicians and pharmacists cite to refuse to distribute medicine or provide services they find morally objectionable (Channel 32 at 9 a.m.).
Think Tank interviews historian Margaret MacMillan on the founding of the League of Nations (Channel 26 at 10 a.m.).
On the Story. Topics are Deep Throat, President Bush's news conference and the Michael Jackson trial (CNN at 10 a.m.).
Inside Washington. With The Washington Post's Ben Bradlee (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).
Capital Sunday. Former congressman Robert Drinan and attorney Victoria Toensing discuss the Deep Throat revelation, The Washington Post's Charles Lane and Legal Times' Tony Mauro talk about the Supreme Court after Chief Justice William Rehnquist, and the New York Times' Clifford May talks about home-grown terrorism (Channel 7, 10:30 a.m.).
WB Now explores summer activities for kids; with Judy Karp of Camp Experts & Teen Summers, Cora Masters Barry of the Recreation Wish List Committee and Erin Bauer of Washington Families Magazine (Channel 50, 10:30 a.m.).
Reliable Sources interviews The Washington Post's Ben Bradlee; CBS's Bob Schieffer and onetime Nixon adviser David Gergen talk about coverage of Mark Felt's revelation; and a discussion of anonymous sources with former ABC correspondent Jackie Judd, columnist Steve Roberts and CNN's Kelli Arena (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).
Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer. Sens. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.) debate Iraq; an interview with Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari; The Washington Post's John Harris talks about his book on Bill Clinton; and a discussion of Deep Throat with Nixon counsels Charles Colson and John Dean and Watergate prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste (CNN at noon).
Q&A. With Washington Times Editor in Chief Wesley Pruden (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).
John McLaughlin's One on One. With former GE CEO Jack Welch (NewsChannel 8 at 9).
Face the Nation. The Washington Post's Ben Bradlee and Nixon counsel John Dean discuss Deep Throat, and an interview with James Mann, author of "Rise of the Vulcans: The History of Bush's War Cabinet" (Channel 9, 11:35 p.m.).
The Chris Matthews Show. The topic is great presidential decisions; with MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell and Tucker Carlson, Newsweek's Howard Fineman and ABC's Cokie Roberts (Channel 4 at 1 a.m.).
Dateline interviews former fighter pilot Harry Schmidt, who faces manslaughter charges after a friendly-fire accident in Afghanistan that killed four Canadian soldiers, plus an interview with Peggy Lipton about her book, "Breathing Out" (Channel 4 at 7).
60 Minutes. Military lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees explain why it will be impossible to defend their clients, and a segment on the threat of grizzly bears to homeowners in the West (Channel 9 at 7).
Oil Storm (2005). Liev Schreiber narrates this "fictional documentary" mixing interviews with dramatized segments theorizing what would happen if oil production in America were jeopardized (FX at 8).
The Tony Awards. Hugh Jackman hosts the 59th annual ceremony live from Radio City Music Hall honoring the best of Broadway. Three hours (Channel 9 at 8). TV Guide Channel covers the red carpet arrival ceremony live beginning at 7 p.m.
The Trumpet Awards. Tom Joyner hosts the 13th annual ceremony honoring African American achievement in law, religion, politics, public service, sports and entertainment (TV One, 8:30).
What Hollywood Taught Us About Sex. Jenny McCarthy looks at lessons in lust provided by movies and TV shows ranging from "The Graduate" to "Desperate Housewives" (E! at 8).
Season of Suspense looks back at the hurricanes of 2004 and previews what's ahead (the Weather Channel at 8, kicking off "Hurricane Week" programming).
The "I Do" Diaries: Royal Weddings. Royal watchers recall memorable moments, including this spring's nuptials for Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles (Lifetime at 11).
Greatest American. Matt Lauer hosts this seven-hour series urging viewers to vote via Internet for one of 100 remarkable people; the "Greatest American" will be revealed live on June 26 (Discovery Channel at 8).
Entourage (HBO at 9) and The Comeback (HBO, 9:30) are previewed by Tom Shales in Sunday's Arts section.
The Next Food Network Star. Nine folks with a fondness for food compete, with the winner getting to host his or her own show for the cable channel; tonight, the group decorates cakes (Food Network at 9).
The 4400. The alien abduction series returns (USA Network at 9).
Fight for Fame. Five wannabe actors compete to be signed with a major Hollywood talent agency (E! at 10).
Family Guy. The Griffins form a traveling family band that takes them all the way to New York (Channel 5 at 9).
American Dad. When Stan's boss (voiced by Patrick Stewart) nearly finds out about Roger living in their home, the space alien goes into a stress-induced coma (Channel 5, 9:30).