FIND AND DESIGN

Sunday at 6 p.m. on A&E

Decorator Jennifer Convy hosts this new design show that limits its participants to flea markets and yard sales. Instead of visiting the most trendy and popular decorating retailers, this series -- described as "part treasure hunt" -- shows viewers the benefits of second-hand purchases as homeowners hit the streets for that perfect find.

songwriters hall of fame

Sunday at 9 p.m. on Bravo

Hall & Oates, Al Green and Don McLean are among those honored during this star-studded, two-hour ceremony. Stevie Wonder, Neil Sedaka and Rob Thomas will receive special recognition.

Performers include Macy Gray, Roberta Flack, India.Arie, Dionne Warwick and Eric McCormack of "Will & Grace."

ESPY awards

Sunday at 9 p.m. on ESPN

Actor and comedian Jamie Foxx hosts ESPN's 12th annual sports showcase taped last week at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre.

The awards, created in 1993, are presented to

those whose have excelled in sports. Fans vote online for their favorite athletes and sports moments.

Denzel Washington will present the Arthur Ashe award to soccer star and humanitarian George Weah of Liberia.

DA ALI G SHOW

Sunday at 10:30 p.m. on HBO

Sacha Baron Cohen's three alter egos -- Ali G, Borat and Bruno -- host this irreverent comedy show, interviewing a variety of celebrities and everyday citizens about zany topics.

Sam Donaldson and Pat Buchanan are among the famous featured on the second season of this British comedy, which has received three Emmy nominations.

RUSSELL SIMMONS PRESENTS

DEF POETRY

Sunday at 11 p.m. on HBO

Back for its fourth season, this critically acclaimed HBO staple features some of today's best spoken-word performers and a few celebrities, including seasoned actress Ruby Dee, Kim Fields, Tracy Morgan and rap artists MC Lyte, KRS-One, Doug E. Fresh and Kanye West.

Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons created the series hosted by Mos Def.

KING OF THE JUNGLE 2

Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet

The return of this reality series features 12 hopefuls who enter the jungle and are forced to rely on their instincts when competing against one another in "animal-related" feats.

Up for grabs is the chance to star in a wildlife adventure special airing on the network.

Things i hate about you

Tuesday at 9 p.m. on Bravo

Where is the love? This new 13-part series gives individuals a chance to expose the annoying habits of their significant others -- and to find out which one of each pair is the bigger pest.

The premiere episode features Renee, who lives by lists, and her boyfriend Patrick, who is forgetful.

Mo Rocco hosts, and relationship expert Jacqui Malouf is on hand to help.

PARTY STARTERS

Tuesday at 10 p.m. on Food Network

Planning a party? Experts lend a hand to wannabe hosts in this new series in which party planners suggest themes and offer money-conscious tricks to pull off a superb soiree within a budget.

WASHINGTON WIVES

Thursday at 10 p.m. on A&E

Viewers go behind the scenes and into the lives of politicians' wives and campaign operatives in this two-hour special that reveals what it takes for a woman to survive in the tough atmosphere of a presidential campaign.

Political wives Elizabeth Edwards, Teresa Heinz Kerry and Judy Steinberg Dean are featured, along with journalist Sally Quinn.