Sports

Tennis. Wimbledon mid-round coverage (ESPN2 at 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.; Channel 4 at noon).

Baseball. Baltimore at Atlanta (Channel 5 at 1); Toronto at Washington (Channel 20 at 7).

Golf. Third round of the U.S. Women's Open from Cherry Hills Village, Colo. (Channel 4 at 3); third round of the PGA Tour Barclays Classic in Harrison, N.Y. (Channel 7 at 3).

MLS Soccer. Los Angeles at San Jose (ESPN2 at 10).

Teen Show

It's Academic. Bethesda's Walter Johnson, Ellicott City's Centennial and Staunton's Robert E. Lee high schools compete in the "It's Academic" Super Bowl (Channel 4 at 7 p.m.).

Public Affairs

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Rep. Hilda Solis (D-Calif.) joins the panel to assess a survey on religious female voters (Channel 32 at 10 a.m.; Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 26).

This Is America With Dennis Wholey. Education professionals Sheila Simmons and Shyrelle Eubanks discuss achievement gaps and early childhood learning (Channel 32, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday at 6 p.m.).

Weekend Live With Tony Snow. The New York Post's John Podhoretz assesses the new book about Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Association of Public Television Stations President John Lawson talks about PBS funding (FNC at noon). Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) appears tomorrow at noon.

The Novak Zone. Choreographer Suzanne Farrell discusses ballet in Washington (CNN, 2:30).

The Beltway Boys opine on a potential Supreme Court vacancy, President Bush's Iraq speech next week and Karl Rove (FNC at 6).

Fox News Watch discusses the case of two former Indianapolis Star writers suing the newspaper for religious discrimination (FNC, 6:30).

Eye on Washington. Topics are Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's Capitol Hill appearance, Sen. Richard Durbin's apology for his "Nazi" comparison and the Supreme Court ruling on eminent domain (Channel 9 at 7; Sunday at 11 a.m.).

The Capital Gang ends its 16-year run with a discussion of Social Security, Iraq and out-of-control lobbyists; plus a show retrospective with panelists Margaret Carlson, Al Hunt, Kate O'Beirne, Mark Shields and Robert Novak (CNN at 7).

The McLaughlin Group asks, "What's the next move in Iraq?" (Channel 4, 7:30).

After Hours With Cal Thomas. Former U.N. ambassador John Danforth and Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) speak about the John Bolton nomination (FNC at 11).

Cable Movies

Pocahontas (1995). Animated version of the mythologized story about the daughter of an Indian chief who saved the life of an English colonist (Channel 7 at 8).

The Girl in the Cafe (2005). Bill Nighy stars as a British delegate who impulsively invites a mysterious woman (Kelly Macdonald) to a G8 summit meeting in Iceland, where their romance comically intertwines with the progress of the summit's goal to address world poverty (HBO at 8).

Nadine in Dateland (2005). Janeane Garofalo stars as the owner of a bankrupt online dating service who must land herself a man to persuade her rich mom (Swoosie Kurtz) to invest in her company. Two hours (Oxygen at 9).

Late Night

Saturday Night Live. Hosted by Will Ferrell with music by Queens of the Stone Age (Channel 4, 11:30).

Bill Nighy stars as a British official and Kelly Macdonald is a mysterious woman in "The Girl in the Cafe" on HBO at 8.