* JAMES GANDOLFINI:

TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND. 8:30 p.m. Sunday, HBO.

The loss of James Gandolfini, the "Sopranos" star who died June 19 at the age of 51, was a personal one for many at HBO, which remembers the three-time Emmy winner both through his work and through the reminiscences of friends and colleagues.

* THE SOUND OF MUSIC. 7 p.m. Sunday, CBS3.

If your kids' introduction to this classic musical was NBC's brave but intermittently painful live effort earlier this month, you might want to sit them down to see (and hear) Julie Andrews, whose hills were alive at a higher altitude than Carrie Underwood's.

* ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND OF RON BURGUNDY. 8 p.m. Sunday, TBS.

Reacquaint yourself with the movie that started it all before heading out to a theater to see Will Ferrell's return in the character that made "The Mary Tyler Moore Show's" Ted Baxter look like Walter Cronkite.

* OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 10 p.m. Sunday, OWN.

Let Barbara Walters have her "fascinating" people. Oprah Winfrey has the people who used to fascinate some of us - and maybe hope to again. People like Ian Ziering ("Beverly Hills, 90210"), who had a pop-culture moment this year in Syfy's Twitterific "Sharknado," and Ivana Trump, who's now a grandmother dating guys young enough to have hair of a kind still found in nature.