Tennis. Semifinal-round play in the RCA Championships in Indianapolis (Channel 4, 2:30).
Golf. Third round of the Senior British Open in Aberdeen, Scotland (Channel 7, 2:30); third round of the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee (Channel 9 at 3).
Baseball. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis (Channel 5 at 3); Baltimore at Tampa Bay (Channel 66 at 6); Houston at Washington (Channel 20 at 7).
WNBA Basketball. Detroit at Seattle (Channel 7 at 4).
Soccer. D.C. at Los Angeles (ESPN2 at 4).
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics are the Supreme Court, the black middle class and the book "Mean Girls Grow Up" (Channel 32 at 10 a.m.; Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 26).
This Is America With Dennis Wholey. From South Korea, a look at the history and culture of the country (Channel 32, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday at 6 p.m.).
Weekend Live With Tony Snow. Drug Enforcement Administration chief Karen Tandy talks about the unearthing of a northern border tunnel (FNC at noon). Sens. Robert Bennett (R-Utah) and Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) appear tomorrow at noon.
The Beltway Boys. Topics include John Roberts's charm offensive on the Hill, Karl Rove's fate and the resignation of the longtime Saudi ambassador (FNC at 6).
Fox News Watch. Topics are media coverage of President Bush's Supreme Court pick and reporter Judith Miller's imprisonment (FNC, 6:30).
Eye on Washington. The panel assesses the prospects of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts and Bush aide Karl Rove (Channel 9 at 7; Sunday at 11 a.m.).
On the Story. Topics are the new wave of terror attacks in London and the Supreme Court nomination (CNN at 7).
The McLaughlin Group weighs in on the Supreme Court pick (Channel 4, 7:30).
Notting Hill (1999). Bumbling Brit (Hugh Grant) falls for hot American actress (Julia Roberts). Three hours (Channel 7 at 8).
Back to You & Me (2005). Lisa Hartman Black stars as a physician who rediscovers an old love at her 20th high school reunion (Hallmark Channel at 9).
Big Brother 6. The house adjusts to Michael's departure (Channel 9 at 8).
Blowin' Up! Fatty Koo. The band members attempt to mend hurt feelings after a divisive promotional tour, and then hold a benefit concert to save the Columbus, Ohio, program which gave them their start (BET, 8:30).
Saturday Night Live. With David Spade and music by Jack Johnson (Channel 4, 11:30).