Auto Racing. The NASCAR Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Channel 4, 12:30).
NFL Football. Washington at New York Giants (Channel 5 at 1); Philadelphia at Denver (Channel 5 at 4); Kansas City at San Diego (Channel 9 at 4); Buffalo at New England (ESPN, 8:30).
Golf. Final round of the Chrysler Championship (Channel 7 at 2).
MLS Soccer Playoffs. D.C. at Chicago (ESPN2, 4:30).
Fox News Sunday interviews Sens. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) and Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.) on the indictment of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby and Harriet Miers's withdrawal from Supreme Court consideration, and former independent counsel Robert Ray and attorney Bill Taylor assess the strength of Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald's case against Libby (Channel 5 at 9 a.m.).
This Week. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) weigh in on the Libby indictment; Time magazine's Matthew Cooper joins the panel with Terry Moran, Cokie Roberts and George Will (Channel 7 at 9 a.m.).
Sunday Morning interviews "Boondocks" cartoonist Aaron McGruder and musician Carlos Santana (Channel 9 at 9 a.m.).
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly begins a series focusing on the intersection of faith and family based on recent survey results (Channel 32 at 9 a.m.).
The Chris Matthews Show. The Libby indictment and the Miers withdrawal are up for discussion with NBC's David Gregory, the New York Times's Elisabeth Bumiller, Newsweek's Howard Fineman and MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).
Inside Washington. The panel discusses the Libby indictment and the Miers withdrawal (Channel 7 at 10 a.m.).
Reliable Sources. The Washington Post's Dana Milbank, National Review Online's David Frum, Newsweek's Michael Isikoff and the New York Times's Elisabeth Bumiller assess the Libby and Miers stories; bloggers Glenn Reynolds, Jeralyn Merritt and Roger Simon weigh in on Iraq and the week's news; and New York Times Baghdad bureau chief John Burns discusses whether journalists are targets in Iraq (CNN at 10 a.m.).
Meet the Press. Former chiefs of staff Ken Duberstein, Hamilton Jordan and Leon Panetta and presidential historian Michael Beschloss talk about Libby and Miers, and a journalists' roundtable features the New York Times's David Brooks and William Safire, The Washington Post's David Broder and former CNN anchor Judy Woodruff (Channel 4, 10:30 a.m.).
Capital Sunday. Law professor Susan Estrich and commentator Mona Charen consider the White House's next move (Channel 7, 10:30 a.m.).
Face the Nation. Sens. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and the Chicago Tribune's Jan Crawford Greenburg discuss Libby and Miers (Channel 9, 10:30 a.m.).
Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer. Topics are the Miers withdrawal and the White House indictment; guests include Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Sens. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) and Sam Brownback (R-Kan.), former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, American Values President Gary Bauer and former White House chief of staff Alexander Haig (CNN at 11 a.m.).
Q&A. With Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) (C-SPAN at 8 and 11 p.m.).
Hardball With Chris Matthews examines the CIA leak investigation in a special edition (MSNBC at 9).
John McLaughlin's One on One. Retired Lt. Gen. William Odom of the Hudson Institute argues the case for withdrawing from Iraq (NewsChannel 8 at 9).
Masterpiece Theatre: Kidnapped. An adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson novel about an orphan shipwrecked after being kidnapped by his evil uncle (Channels 22 and 26 at 9).
Dateline reports on the sudden death of a woman after giving birth and her family's legal battle with the hospital (Channel 4 at 7).
60 Minutes interviews Prince Charles, plus a segment on whether employers' efforts to control smoking constitute lifestyle discrimination (Channel 9 at 7).
Vampire Bats (2005) (Channel 9 at 9) is previewed by Tom Shales on Page C1.
Inside the Actors Studio. With Michael J. Fox (Bravo at 8).
Rome. Caesar returns to a hero's welcome (HBO at 9).
Curb Your Enthusiasm. Larry and Jeff debate how far they will go to help a friend when they learn that Richard Lewis needs a kidney (HBO at 10).
Extras. Andy's agent finally gets him a speaking role: a gay genie in a stage adaptation of "Aladdin" (HBO, 10:30).
The Plague explores the 14th-century disaster that wiped out nearly half of Europe's population (The History Channel at 8).
Hannibal v Rome retraces the military man's journey over the Alps with his elephant army in an attempt to crush the Roman Republic in the 3rd century B.C. (National Geographic Channel at 9).
The West Wing. A third-party attack on Santos brings unwanted attention to his and Vinick's stance on abortion (Channel 4 at 8).
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. A Capitol Heights woman living with her eight children in a hazardous house gets some love from the crew (Channel 7 at 8).
Crossing Jordan. The former student of a murder victim confesses to a 10-year-old crime but claims he has no idea how he pulled it off (Channel 4 at 10).
Grey's Anatomy. A train crash floods the hospital with victims, interrupting Meredith's brooding over Derek (Channel 7 at 10).
Michael J. Fox is profiled on "Inside the Actors Studio" on Bravo at 8.