Major League Baseball. San Diego at Washington (Channel 20 at 1); Baltimore at Texas (Channel 66 at 2); Chicago Cubs at New York Mets (ESPN at 8).

NFL Football. Hall of Fame induction ceremony from Canton, Ohio (ESPN at 1).

Auto Racing. The NASCAR Allstate 400 from Indianapolis (Channel 4, 2:30).

Golf. Final round of the PGA Tour International (Channel 9 at 3).

Tennis. Legg Mason Classic final (ESPN2 at 3).

X Games. Final day of competition (Channel 7 at 3).

WNBA Basketball. Indiana at Washington (ESPN2, 7:30).

Public Affairs

Fox News Sunday. Sens. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) and Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) discuss U.S. policy in Iraq, and Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.) and Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) assess baseball's latest steroid scandal (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).

This Week. ABC's Linda Douglass and Terry Moran assess John Roberts's nomination to the Supreme Court; Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) talks about the 21 Ohio Marines killed in Iraq this week; and an interview with NFL Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow on the induction of Fritz Pollard, the first African American coach in the Hall of Fame (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).

Sunday Morning looks at the past, present and future of Los Alamos National Laboratory; plus a segment on chocolate (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).

The Chris Matthews Show discusses the roles of faith and science in the Bush administration; with NBC's David Gregory and Andrea Mitchell, the New York Times's David Brooks and Vogue's Julia Reed (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

Inside Washington. Topics are the new al Qaeda threats, repair of the space shuttle and the Rafael Palmeiro steroid controversy (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).

Meet the Press. Former New York governor Mario Cuomo and Catholic University law professor Douglas Kmiec discuss John Roberts and the Catholic issue; plus, the link between autism and childhood vaccines is the topic for author David Kirby and Institute of Medicine President Harvey Fineberg (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).

Capital Sunday interviews Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) on the latest al Qaeda threat and the John Roberts nomination, and Democratic candidate Paul Hackett talks about his narrow loss in a predominantly Republican Ohio congressional district (Channel 7, 10:30 a.m.).

Face the Nation. Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) and former assistant defense secretary F.J. "Bing" West address the escalating violence in Iraq (Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).

WB Now. The topic is preventable childhood diseases; with Mark Weissman of the Children's National Medical Center, Gregg Pane of the D.C. Department of Health and Claire Lerner of the organization Zero to Three (Channel 50, 10:30 a.m.).

Reliable Sources interviews former Miami Herald columnist Jim DeFede on being fired for secretly recording conversations with a former city commissioner who committed suicide; and Time magazine's Jeffrey Kluger and CBS's William Harwood discuss space shuttle coverage (CNN, 11:30 a.m.).

John McLaughlin's One on One interviews Joseph Wilson on the CIA leak case involving his wife, Valerie Plame (Channel 4 at noon; NewsChannel 8 at 9).

Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer interviews Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the Multinational Security Transition Command in Iraq; plus, interviews with Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erakat, Israeli Vice Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Lebanese opposition leader Michel Aoun (CNN at noon).

Q&A. With author and historian David McCullough (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).


Dateline reports on the 2001 death of a woman who received silicone injections (Channel 4 at 7).

60 Minutes repeats this year's interview with former baseball star Jose Canseco that led to the government hearings on steroid use in major league baseball (Channel 9 at 7).

Prime-Time Movie

Deep Impact (1998). As one big hunker of a comet heads straight for Earth, the president (Morgan Freeman) devises a plan that will save the best and the brightest (Channel 9 at 9).

Cable Series

Six Feet Under. The family reacts to Nate's death in different ways (HBO at 9).

Entourage. Vince reveals his true feelings for Aquagirl (HBO at 10).

Queer as Folk ends its five-season run with Emmett concerned that Ted's new boyfriend is trying to isolate him and Justin worried that Brian is becoming too domesticated (Showtime at 10).

Wanted. After three gunmen storm a bank, killing many of the people inside, it becomes clear that the assailants weren't interested in money but revenge (TNT at 10).

The Comeback. "Room and Bored" gets two new cast members (HBO, 10:30).

Cable Premieres

Slings & Arrows. A legendary veteran of a fictitious Shakespearean theater company returns as its artistic director despite a humiliating experience there (Sundance Channel at 8).

The Girls Next Door. The eight-part series goes inside the Playboy Mansion to see how Hugh Hefner's companions spend their days and nights (E! at 9).

American Princess. Twenty women from varying backgrounds compete for the title of "American Princess" by going through a series of challenges designed to bring out the monarch in them (WE: Women's Entertainment at 10).

Weeds (Showtime at 11) is previewed by Jennifer Frey in tomorrow's Arts section.

Gale Harold, left, and Hal Sparks in "Queer as Folk," which wraps up its fifth season at 10 p.m. on Showtime.