College Basketball. Connecticut at Villanova (Channel 7 at noon); Georgia Tech at Florida State (CSN at noon); USC at Arizona (Channel 9 at 1); North Carolina at Clemson (Channel 20 at 1); Notre Dame at Syracuse (ESPN at 1); Ohio State at Michigan (ESPN at 3); N.C. State at Temple (Channel 7, 3:30); Georgetown at Virginia Tech (CSN at 4); Duke at Virginia (ESPN at 9).

Auto Racing (CC). The Grand National Koolerz 300 from Daytona Beach (Channel 5, 12:30).

Golf (CC). Third round of the Buick Invitational from La Jolla, Calif. (Channel 9 at 3).

Hockey. Washington at Florida (Channel 50, 7:30).

Teen Shows

It's Academic. Banneker Academic, Oxon Hill and Potomac Falls high schools compete (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

In the Mix (CC) looks at what teens need to know about money, including credit cards and checking and savings accounts (Channel 32 at 6).

Public Affairs

Think Tank With Ben Wattenberg (CC). Georgetown professor Victor Cha and Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute look at the United States's deteriorating relationship with North Korea (Channel 26 at 11 a.m.).

Weekend Live With Tony Snow. Former CIA director James Woolsey discusses tracking terrorists; The Washington Post's Dana Priest discusses her new book, "The Mission"; and former U.S. ambassador to Germany Richard Burt assesses NATO (FNC at noon).

The Beltway Boys. Topics include Iraq, Hollywood's stance on the war and John Kerry's cancer surgery; with columnist Charles Krauthammer (FNC at 6).

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics include the increase in adoptions by black single women; with Rep. Diane Watson (D-Calif.) (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 7 a.m. on Channel 26 and 11:30 a.m on Channel 22).

Fox News Watch looks at how the media are preparing for war (FNC, 6:30).

Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson. Topics include the terror alert, the bin Laden tape, the U.N. weapons inspectors' report and plans for war (Channel 9 at 7).

The Capital Gang (CC) interviews former CIA director Robert Gates on the terror alert, and CNN's Mike Chinoy talks about the North Korea nuclear program (CNN at 7).

The McLaughlin Group. Topics include the arguments for containment in Iraq (Channel 4, 7:30).

After Hours With Cal Thomas interviews Dexter Scott King, son of Martin Luther King Jr., on his book "Growing Up King" (FNC at 11).

This Is America With Dennis Wholey. The topic is the war; the panelists are Daryl Kimball of the Arms Control Association, Phyllis Oakley of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, the Heritage Foundation's Melissa Pardue and Jonathan Tucker of the United States Institute of Peace (Channel 32, 11:30).

Cable Special

Living With Michael Jackson. The much-talked-about documentary that originally aired on ABC's "20/20" last week (VH1 at 9 p.m.; repeats Sunday at 8 p.m. and Monday at 10 p.m.).

Animated Special

A Charlie Brown Valentine. The baldheaded kid works up the courage to call the redheaded girl on Valentine's Day. 30 minutes (Channel 7 at 8).

Prime-Time Movie

Notting Hill (1999) (CC) (R). A glamorous American actress shooting in London falls for an ordinary bloke. 2 1/2 hours (Channel 7, 8:30).


Cops (CC) features nothing but domestic disturbance calls (Channel 5 at 8).

Touched by an Angel (CC). The Angels attempt to help a wayward colleague find her way back to Heaven (Channel 9 at 8).

America's Most Wanted (CC) features crimes of passion (Channel 5 at 9).

The District (CC). Debreno is assigned to protect a popular singer (Lee Ann Womack) who's been receiving death threats (Channel 9 at 9).

The Agency (CC). Stiles returns to Africa and discovers he may have fathered a son (Channel 9 at 10).

Late Night

Saturday Night Live (CC). With Jennifer Garner and Beck (Channel 4, 11:30).

Maybe this year: America's favorite baldheaded kid yearns for the little redheaded girl on "A Charlie Brown Valentine" tonight on WJLA.