1. Meet The Press: Special edition devoted to rising gas prices. Guests include Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman, American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Red Cavaney, CNBC's Jim Cramer, Senator Richard Durbin (D-Illinois) and energy analyst and author Daniel Yergin.
2. This Week: (a) Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice talks to host George Stephanopoulis about the new Iraqi government's viability and potential sanctions imposed against Iran. (b) debate between former Senator Bennett Johnston (D-Louisiana) and Chuck Schumer (D-New York) about the rising oil prices. (c) Roundtable discussion includes George F. Will of The Washington Post, Fareed Zakaria of Newsweek, Claire Shipman of ABC News, and Jay Carney of Time Magazine. (d) Actor George Clooney shares his thoughts and trip to Darfur, Sudan.
3. Face The Nation: Iran, Iraq, and gas prices. Guests include Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, Senator Lisa Murkowski, and Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Washington).
4. Fox News Sunday: Interview with White House Chief of Staff Josh Bolten and new White House Press Secretary Tony Snow.
5. Late Edition: Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice on whether the incoming Iraqi government will be able to end the civil strife and the potential American/West-led response to Iran's nuclear defiance. Other guests include Senator Trent Lott (R-Mississippi) of the Select Intelligence Committee, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-California) of the Foreign Relations Committee, former Mossad director Efrain Halevy, and former CIA director James Woolsey.
Other Talk Shows
1. The Chris Matthews Show: (a) whether Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-New York) can survive the 2008 Democratic primary. (b) whether Senator John McCain can successfully make the transition from Republican outsider to conservative insider. (c) whether former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will make a run for the White House.
2. Fox News Watch: (a) press coverage on the rising gas prices. (b) White House Press Secretary Tony Snow and the press. (c) Prime Time and a confrontration caught on tape.
3. CBS Sunday Morning: (a) report on doctors who misdiagnose patients' medical problems, how many people die as a result, and the limited discussion surrounding it among doctors and patients. (b) report of Museum of Modern Art exhibit of Edward Munch. (c) Opus Dei v. "The Da Vinci Code." (d) profile of musician James Blunt. (e) Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Massachusetts) on his two recent books.
4. Heartland: (a) interview with former FEMA Director Michael Brown on whether the United States is prepared for another hurricane. (b) the latest revelations in the Duke rape scandal. (c) American Idol's Constantine Maroulis.
5. Beltway Boys: (a) President George W. Bush's strategy to save his second term. (b) the partisan fight over gas prices and whether Congress and/or the president can do anything to lower them.
Feature News Shows
1. 48 Hours: The disappearance of a young college professor who was having an affair. What the husband and former lover knew about it.
2. 60 Minutes: (a) contaminated nuclear waste site in Hanford, Washington that hasn't been cleaned for 16 years. (b) Fact or fiction? "The Da Vinci Code." (c) interview with Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert.
3. Dateline Saturday: The surviving twin assumes her murdered sister's identity and goes undercover to solve the case.
4. Dateline Sunday: Angelina Curry's call to give all children in Namibia an education.
1. Saturday Night Live: "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" Ace and Gary host a special TV Funhouse edition which features the best of cartoon shorts.
2. Law and Order Criminal Intent: Murder on an oceanliner
3. Cold Case: The re-opening of a 1945 murder case involving a demoted reporter.