Part II of "He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley" airs Saturday at 9 p.m. on the Nashville Network on what would have been the rock-and-roll king's 65th birthday.
Presley, who sang gospel music as his way of worshipping, it is said, because his celebrity status prevented him from attending church, once saw his No. 1 pop-rock hits toppled by three of his gospel performances.
The one-hour program, narrated by Sander Vanocur, covers much of Presley's career, his 1977 death and funeral as well as his performances of "I'll Remember You," "You Gave Me a Mountain" and "In the Ghetto."
* Sunday on Bravo at 1 p.m., the two-hour pilot and first five episodes of "Moonlighting," the hit series of the 1980s starring Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis. The 65 episodes will air weeknights at 7 p.m., starting Monday.
* Sunday on A&E Network at 8 p.m., "Biography" offers a two-hour profile of comic actor Dick Van Dyke. Early in his career he was a major success, starring in "Bye Bye Birdie" on the stage, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" on television and as Bert the Chimney Sweep in the film "Mary Poppins." But his career stalled, and in 1974 he acknowledged he was an alcoholic. Repeats at 10 p.m. and midnight.
* Monday on A&E Network at 10 p.m., "City Confidential" offers "Middleburg: Pistols, Ponies and Foul Play," examining the 1997 shooting of polo star Roberto Villegas by his girlfriend, heiress Susan Cummings, who claimed self-defense. Prosecutors contended Villegas was ambushed. Repeats at 2 a.m.
* Monday on Showtime at 10:05 p.m., "Bud Greenspan's Kings of the Ring: Four Legends of Heavyweight Boxing." Sports chronicler Greenspan uses archival footage and interviews to examine the careers of Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali.
* Wednesday on the Nashville Network at 8 p.m., "An Evening of Country on Ice," with Olympic medalists skating to music performed at rink-side by Sawyer Brown, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lorrie Morgan and Sherrie Austin.
* Wednesday on TLC at 9 p.m., two one-hour episodes of new "Junkyard Wars," a harebrained British contest to create something from parts scrounged in a junkyard. Tools, laughs and duct tape are plentiful as teams are given from sun-up to sun-down to make their creations. At 9 p.m., they construct flying machines; on the 10 p.m. show, cannons.
* Friday on Sci-Fi Channel at 8 p.m., the four-part, first-season finale of "Farscape," from the Jim Henson Company and Hallmark Entertainment. The episode, called "Nerve," continues on the following three Fridays at the same time, with repeats at 11 p.m..
* Saturday on A&E Network at 8 p.m., "Biography" examines George Washington, describing the life of the Virginian who had a deep need to be considered honorable and virtuous and who grew up to lead this country through the Revolutionary War and become its first president. Repeats at midnight.
* Saturday on A&E Network at 9 p.m., "Midsomer Murders: Death's Shadow," in which inspectors Barnaby and Troy learn that the townspeople of Badgers Drift are not as innocent as they might appear. Repeats at 1 a.m.