NFL Football. San Francisco at Philadelphia (Channel 5 at 1); Baltimore at Tennessee (Channel 9 at 1); Cleveland at Green Bay (Channel 9 at 4); Kansas City at Oakland (ESPN, 8:30).

Baseball. Tampa Bay at Baltimore (Channel 66, 1:30); Washington at San Diego (Channel 20 at 4); Philadelphia at Florida (ESPN2 at 8).

Golf. Final round of the 84 Lumber Classic (ESPN at 3).

WNBA Finals. Game 3: Connecticut at Sacramento (Channel 7 at 4).

Public Affairs

Fox News Sunday interviews Russian President Vladimir Putin on Iraq and U.S.-Russia relations; Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Coast Guard Vice Adm. Thad Allen, head of Katrina field operations, assess the president's plan to rebuild the Gulf Coast (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).

This Week interviews former president Bill Clinton on relief efforts, more hurricane talk with Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) and Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), and Caroline Kennedy discusses her book "A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poetry for Children" (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).

Sunday Morning interviews Paul McCartney about his new album (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly looks at how military chaplains are helping with relief and rescue efforts in the aftermath of the hurricane (Channel 32 at 9 a.m.).

The Chris Matthews Show. Topics are post-Katrina perceptions of President Bush and the search for the next Supreme Court nominee; with the New York Times's Elisabeth Bumiller, Newsweek's Howard Fineman, NPR's Ed Gordon and MSNBC's Lisa Daniels (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

Inside Washington. The panel ponders President Bush's plans to revive the Gulf Coast (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).

Think Tank interviews Douglas Parker, author of "Ogden Nash: The Life and Work of America's Laureate of Light Verse" (Channel 26 at 10 a.m.).

Meet the Press interviews Vice Adm. Thad Allen on Katrina relief efforts, Bill Clinton talks about hurricane relief, and a panel with PBS's Gwen Ifill, The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson, the National Review's Byron York and former CNN anchor Judy Woodruff (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).

Capital Sunday. Reps. Tom Davis (R-Va.) and Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) comment on the president's Gulf Coast plans (Channel 7, 10:30 a.m.).

Face the Nation. Topics are the hurricane and the Roberts hearings; with Vice Adm. Thad Allen and Sens. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) (Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).

WB Now. D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey talks about the city's decreasing crime rate and reflects on his career (Channel 50, 10:30 a.m.).

Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer interviews Vice Adm. Thad Allen on the hurricane relief effort, and Sens. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) and Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) discuss homeland security and the Roberts hearings. The second hour is devoted to emergency preparedness; with Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Miami Mayor Manuel Diaz, former Homeland Security officials Clark Kent Ervin and Richard Falkenrath and former CIA acting director John McLaughlin (CNN at 11 a.m.).

John McLaughlin's One on One. The National Journal's Stuart Taylor and constitutional law expert Bruce Fein preview a John Roberts-led Supreme Court (Channel 4 at noon; NewsChannel 8 at 9).

Reliable Sources assesses the media's treatment of race and class in relation to the hurricane, with Newsweek's Ellis Cose, the Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page and Radio America's Blanquita Cullum; more analysis of hurricane coverage from the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Chris Rose and CBS's Lee Cowan; and a discussion of John Roberts coverage with CBS's Gloria Borger, author Bill Press and former ABC reporter Bob Zelnick (CNN at 1 p.m.).

Q&A. With Allen Weinstein, archivist of the United States (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).

News Special

Answering the Call. BET News's Andre Showell looks at the issues of race, disaster response and recovery from Hurricane Katrina; guests include Louis Farrakhan and the Rev. Jesse Jackson (BET at 1 p.m.).

Public Broadcasting

Mystery! Foyle's War: Enemy Fire. In February 1941, Foyle comes face to face with the devastating physical and emotional consequences of war (Channels 22 and 26 at 9).


Dateline updates the story of a man with no memory, no voice and no trace of an identity who is a master on the piano (Channel 4 at 7).

60 Minutes interviews Miami Dolphin Ricky Williams, who returned to the team after a brief hiatus Channel 9 at 7).

Awards Special

Emmy Awards. Ellen DeGeneres hosts the 57th annual ceremony honoring the best of television live from Los Angeles, including a tribute to former network news anchors Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather and the late Peter Jennings. Three hours (Channel 9 at 8). Joan and Melissa Rivers hold their traditional red-carpet show at 6 p.m. on TV Guide Channel, and Star Jones Reynolds handles the pregame show for E! beginning at 6.

Cable Special

Making Dazed. The cast of the 1993 film "Dazed and Confused" reunite to discuss the making of the pivotal movie by Richard Linklater (American Movie Classics at 10).

Prime-Time Movies

Pearl Harbor (2001). Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett star in a box-office flop that will live in infamy. Four hours (Channel 7 at 7).

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002). Peter Jackson's adaptation of the second volume of the J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy finds the hobbit Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood) continuing his mission to save Middle-earth from the grip of evil. Three hours (Channel 50 at 7).

Season Premiere

King of the Hill. The normally uptight Hank lets loose during a family vacation at the beach (Channel 5, 7:30).


The Simpsons. The creepy Springfield cemetery is relocated right next door to the Simpsons (Channel 5 at 8).

The War at Home. Dave is irate when Vicky turns to an old boyfriend for advice about their son (Channel 5, 8:30).

Family Guy. After being stranded on a deserted island for months, Peter returns to find a new man living at home (Channel 5 at 9).

American Dad. Stan attempts to teach his son about sex (Channel 5, 9:30).

Billy Boyd, left, and Dominic Monaghan in 2002's "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," airing Sunday night at 7 on Channel 50.