Auto Racing. Grand Prix of Germany(Channel 9 at noon, taped); NASCAR Pennsylvania 500 (TNT, 1:30); IndyCar A.J. Foyt 225 (ESPN, 2:30).
Major League Baseball. Houston at Washington (Channel 20 at 1); Baltimore at Tampa Bay (Channel 66 at 2); Chicago Cubs at St. Louis (ESPN at 8).
Golf. Final round of the Senior British Open (Channel 7 at 2); final round of the U.S. Bank Championship (Channel 9 at 3).
Tennis. The final of the RCA Championships (Channel 4 at 2:30, taped).
Viewpoint. With D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (Channel 4 at 7 a.m.).
Fox News Sunday. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and John Cornyn (R-Tex.) assess Supreme Court nominee John Roberts; the Boston Globe's Nina Easton and Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer appear on the panel (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).
This Week With George Stephanopoulos. Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) discuss the John Roberts nomination, and former Army Capt. Stefanie Pelkey talks about post-traumatic stress disorder, which she says claimed the life of her husband, an Army captain in Iraq. Featured are former presidential adviser David Gergen, The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne and ABC's Linda Douglass (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).
Sunday Morning reports on the origins of today's divided Congress and profiles artist John Curin and singer-songwriter Carole King (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly assesses the religious implications of the selection of John Roberts for the Supreme Court (Channel 32 at 9 a.m.).
The Chris Matthews Show. Topics are the CIA leak story and the Roberts nomination; with NBC's David Gregory, Newsweek's Howard Fineman, the New York Times's David Brooks and the New Republic's Michelle Cottle (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).
Think Tank concludes a two-part discussion on President Andrew Jackson (Channel 26 at 10 a.m.).
Inside Washington. Topics are the Roberts nomination, the London bombers and Karl Rove's future (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).
Meet the Press. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and former senator Fred Thompson debate the Roberts nomination; plus a panel with NBC's David Gregory, the New York Times's William Safire, the National Journal's Stuart Taylor and NPR's Nina Totenberg (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).
Capital Sunday. Topics are John Roberts and Karl Rove (Channel 7, 10:30 a.m.).
Face the Nation. Topics are the London bombings and the Supreme Court; with Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).
Reliable Sources assesses coverage of the Supreme Court nominee; with blogger Jeff Jarvis, the National Review's Byron York, USA Today's Joan Biskupic and CBS's Gloria Borger (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).
John McLaughlin's One on One. Pfizer CEO Hank McKinnell talks about the future of health care (Channel 4 at noon; NewsChannel 8 at 9).
Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales assesses the Supreme Court nomination, and Sens. Pat Roberts (R-Kans.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) talk about the terror attacks; plus, interviews with Saudi Ambassador-designate Prince Turki Al-Faisal and Lebanese parliament member Saad Hariri, son of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik Hariri (CNN at noon).
Q&A. With Corporation for Public Broadcasting Chairman Kenneth Tomlinson (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).
Dateline profiles three families facing unexpected crises, including a woman confronted with the possibility that her husband may be guilty of a brutal crime (Channel 4 at 7).
60 Minutes repeats segments on allegations that the CIA is handing over terror suspects to countries known to use torture in interrogations and on the adoption of black babies born in America by white families overseas; plus, a profile of Dustin Hoffman (Channel 9 at 7).
Pizza My Heart (2005). In the town of Verona, N.J., the son and daughter of rival pizza parlors meet and fall in love, much to the families' dismay (ABC Family at 7).
Martin and Lewis (2002). Jeremy Northam and Sean Hayes portray the classic comic duo (Channel 9 at 9).
Whale Rider (2002). An 11-year-old girl in a patriarchal New Zealand tribe believes she is destined to be the new chief, which requires her to ride on the back of a whale (Channel 26 at 9).
The Princes of Malibu. The boys rent out David's home studio to a group of rappers (Channel 5, 8:30).
Family Guy. Lois fulfills her lifelong dream of becoming a model (Channel 5 at 9).
Flip This House. The new weekly series follows folks who renovate rundown homes and sell them at a profit (A&E at 6).
Six Feet Under. Brenda gets some vital information from her doctor (HBO at 9).
Entourage. An actress who might appear in "Aquaman" reveals a secret from Vince's past to Eric (HBO at 10).
The Comeback. Valerie wants to pull in a big name to star in the next episode of "Room and Bored" (HBO, 10:30).
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. The animated attorney, who makes a living defending cartoon characters, returns for a new season; in this episode, Harvey defends Wally Gator (Cartoon Network, 11:45).
Survivor. The reality series that spawned a million imitators debuts in syndication, starting with the very first episode with contestants Richard Hatch, Rudy Boesch and Susan Hawk (Outdoor Life Network at midnight; the cable network will air repeats Monday through Thursday at 7 p.m. for the three weeks).
Last Mysteries of the Titanic. Filmmaker James Cameron makes a final trip to the doomed ship, using new technology to get a better look at the interior (Discovery Channel at 9).