* "Tracking the Monster" on VH1.

* "Gutted" on "Wide Angle" on MPT and WETA.

* And a new episode of "Tommy Lee Goes to College" on WRC.


Baseball. Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore (CSN at 7); Cincinnati at Washington (RCN Channel 8 and DirecTV Channel 626 at 7).

WNBA Basketball. Phoenix at Sacramento (ESPN2 at 10).

Public Broadcasting

Wide Angle: Gutted documents the final North Sea voyage of a Scottish family-owned fishing boat that is being decommissioned because of European Union cod quotas (Channels 22 and 26 at 10).

POV: Bright Leaves. A 2004 documentary by offbeat filmmaker Ross McElwee exploring North Carolina's tobacco country (Channel 26 at 11).

Cable Special

Tracking the Monster: Ashley Judd and India.Arie Confront AIDS in Africa. The actress and the singer travel to Kenya and Madagascar for a firsthand look at the effects of the devastating illness (VH1 at 8).

Cable Series

Rescue Me. Tommy looks into Father Murphy's private life and gets involved in a domestic dispute between Sheila and her new girlfriend (FX at 10).

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Charlie thinks he has cancer and Mac gets involved with a transvestite (FX at 11).


Tommy Lee Goes to College. The rock star practices his little heart out for a spot on the school's marching band and also tries out for intramural sports (Channel 4 at 9).

Late Night

Nightline chronicles actor Don Cheadle's visit last month to Ugandan refugee camps, where thousands of children have sought protection from a rebel group (Channel 7, 11:35).

-- John Maynard

The TV Column will return.

A visit by actor Don Cheadle and his family to Ugandan refugee camps is chronicled on "Nightline," at 11:35 p.m. on Channel 7.