The Rolling Stones will give their first live television concert, "Rolling Stones: Live From Madison Square Garden," Saturday at 9 p.m. on HBO. The two-hour 15-minute show is one of the last U.S. stops on the band's Licks World Tour 2002/2003.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood headline the show, which features songs from "Forty Licks," the group's recently released CD of four new songs and 36 classic hits.

The tour began in Boston on Sept. 3 and continues with shows in Europe, Australia and Asia. The HBO special will encore on Jan. 23 and 31.

Sunday on TBS at 8 p.m., the premiere of "America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story," about the late President Kennedy's son, who grew up in America's living room. Kristoffer Polaha stars in the title role, with Jacqueline Bisset as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis; Portia de Rossi as Carolyn Bessette Kennedy; and Tara Chocol as his former girlfriend Daryl Hannah.

Sunday on Showtime at 8 p.m. Kiefer Sutherland, Kyra Sedgwick and Stockard Channing co-star in "Behind the Red Door," a story of one woman's journey through the forgotten past of her family's violent history and her mother's murder.

Sunday on the History Channel at 8 p.m., "Human Torpedo Raiders," about the tiny subs of World War II from Italian human torpedoes, to British and Japanese mini subs that menaced cargo ships and large fighting vessels.

Monday on Lifetime at 9 p.m., "Hunger Point," a made-for-TV film about a family coping with a daughter's eating disorder. Barbara Hershey stars as the mother, Christina Hendricks and Susan May Pratt portray the daughters.

Tuesday-Thursday on the History Channel at 8 p.m., "Operation Desert Storm," a nine-part, nine-hour series beginning Tuesday with "The Air Campaign," "The Ground War" and "The Final Showdown"; "Why the United States Can't Kill Saddam," "Saddam's Weapons," and "U.S. Weapons Against Iraq" air on Wednesday. Episodes on the "Lessons From the Gulf War Leaders," "Tracking Terror, the CIA in the Middle East," and "Saddam's Bombmaker" air on Thursday.

Friday on Lifetime at 8 p.m., the debut of "Final Justice," a series hosted by real-life champion of justice Erin Brockovich, whose "Intimate Portrait" airs Thursday at 7 p.m.

Friday on TNT at 8 p.m., the premiere of "Monte Walsh," a western starring Tom Selleck, Isabella Rossellini and Keith Carradine. The story deals with a cowboy, played by Selleck, riding out the changes coming to the West at the end of the 1800s. The film, part of a Western weekend, repeats at 10:30 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m.

Friday on the Hallmark Channel at 9 p.m., where available, the premiere of an exclusive movie, "The Last Cowboy," starring Jennie Garth, Bradley Cooper, Lance Henriksen and M.C.Gainey in a story about land, family and tradition that are worth fighting for.

Friday on A&E Network at 10 p.m., "The Best of Both Worlds: Hong Kong" presents two different perspectives on one spectacular destination.

Saturday on TLC at 10 p.m., "What Not to Wear," a sneak peek at a 10-part series that each week will focus on a variety of people in dire need of a complete style overaul.