* The baseball playoffs continue on WTTG.
* A "20/20" interview with Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah on WJLA.
* And an interview with Louis Farrakhan on "Evening Exchange With Kojo" on WHUT.
Baseball. American League Championship Series, Game 3: Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Angels (Channel 5 at 8).
College Football. Texas-El Paso vs. Tulane at Ruston, La. (ESPN at 8).
White House Chronicle discusses the future of radio with radio hosts Jim Bohannon and George Wilson and CBS Radio's Dan Raviv (Channel 32 at 6; Sunday, 6:30).
Washington Week With Gwen Ifill. The CIA leak, the Harriet Miers nomination and the 2006 election are the topics for Time's Michael Duffy, the Los Angeles Times's Janet Hook, The Washington Post's Michael Fletcher and NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty (Channel 26 at 8).
Evening Exchange With Kojo. With Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan (Channel 32 at 8; Sunday, 7:30).
Now reports on how some of America's biggest companies are shortchanging retirees on their pensions (Channel 26 at 9).
Local Public Affairs
The Politics Program With Mark Plotkin. Leslie Byrne talks about her candidacy for Virginia lieutenant governor (NewsChannel 8 at 11 p.m.; heard live at 10 a.m. on WTOP-AM 1500).
Dateline reports on a troubled teen who married her therapist and then killed him (Channel 4 at 8).
20/20 interviews King Abdullah, who was named king of Saudi Arabia two months ago (Channel 7 at 10). The interview continues on "Nightline" at 11:35 p.m.
Supernanny. A feisty lass gives the British Supernanny a little bit o' trouble (Channel 7 at 8).
Ghost Whisperer. A woman is so fed up with her dead fiance haunting her that she tries to throw herself off an apartment building (Channel 9 at 8).
Three Wishes. Will dreams come true for selected residents of Le Mars, Iowa? You betcha! (Channel 4 at 9).
Hope & Faith. Hope stops giving a darn about Faith's messed-up life and shifts her smothering instincts to her poor husband (Channel 7 at 9).
Threshold. A signal from the Big Horn is heard at a Miami rave (Channel 9 at 9).
Reba. The sitcom gets topical as Reba takes in a large family of Hurricane Katrina evacuees (Channel 50 at 9).
Hot Properties. The ladies pay dearly the morning after a night of drinking and dialing (Channel 7, 9:30).
Numb3rs. The top dog at an energy company is killed at her doorstep in a murder witnessed only by her son (Channel 9 at 10).
Real Time With Bill Maher interviews author Tom Wolfe; plus a roundtable discussion with columnist Tina Brown, former senator Max Cleland and comedian Larry Miller (HBO at 11).
Charlie Rose. With George Clooney (Channels 26 and 32 at 11).
The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. With Tim Allen and music by Rod Stewart (Channel 4, 11:35).
Late Show With David Letterman. With Selma Blair and director Barry Sonnenfeld (Channel 9, 11:35).
-- John Maynard
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