SEARCHING FOR DAVID'S HEART

Sunday at 8 p.m. on ABC Family

Danielle Panabaker, Ricky Ullman, Jeffrey Nordling and Jayne Brooke star in the story of how one family handles the loss of a beloved son and brother and the medical donation of his heart.

MURDER IN SUBURBIA

Monday at 8 p.m. on BBC America

This British mystery series features the crime-busting duo of detectives Kate Ashurst (Caroline Catz) and Emma Scribbons (Lisa Faulkner).

The women banter and bicker their way through cases that take them beyond well-tended suburban gardens to a dark world of blackmail, deceit and crimes of passion, jealousy and greed.

The 100 Greatest TV Characters

Monday at 9 p.m. on Bravo

Bravo brings 100 of America's most beloved characters back to the small screen for this five-part series that runs through Friday.

Each day of the program will highlight 20 stars who made the top-100 list. Classic clips will be mixed with interviews with stars and show creators.

Who the top-10 are remains a secret until airtime. Those already announced include Herman Munster (No. 90), Barney Miller (58) Frasier Crane (26), J.R. Ewing (15) and Carrie Bradshaw (11).

MY ARCHITECT: A SON'S JOURNEY

Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Cinemax

This 2003 Academy Award nominee for best documentary feature follows Nathaniel Kahn as he seeks to learn the truth about his father and his own unusual upbringing.

In 1974, Louis Isadore Kahn, an immigrant who overcame poverty and a devastating childhood accident to become a celebrated architect, died alone and bankrupt in the men's restroom of New York's Penn Station. Nathaniel, then 11, read the obituary looking for his name among the relatives. Kahn's wife and daughter were listed, but not Nathaniel, who was one of two illegitimate children Kahn had fathered by different women with whom he had had long-term relationships. One was Nathaniel's mother, Harriet Pattison.

Nathaniel Kahn directed this film.

TV'S GREATEST SIDEKICKS

Thursday at 10 p.m. on Lifetime

The cable network launched specifically for women marks its 20th anniversary by paying tribute to female sidekicks on television, including those played by Bea Arthur, Valerie Harper, Rue McClanahan, Georgia Engel, Jackee Harry, Marla Gibbs and Betty White.

ELTON JOHN AT RADIO CITY

Saturday at 8 p.m. on Bravo

This two-hour performance, taped in July at Radio City Music Hall in New York, inlcudes London's Royal Academy of Music, New York's Juilliard School and the Augmented Brooklyn Youth Chorus.

They joined Elton John as he offered some of his hit songs, including "Philadelphia Freedom," "Tiny Dancer," "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," "Your Song" and "Saturday Night."

SAVE OUR HISTORY:

SECRETS OF JAMESTOWN

Saturday at 8 p.m. on History Channel

Host Steve Thomas chronicles the decade-long effort of a group of archaeologists who offer a new picture of the Jamestown colony in Virginia.

Challenging Capt. John Smith's somewhat self-aggrandizing version of history, archaeologists involved in the Jamestown Rediscovery Project have reached different conclusions. They believe the 104 men and boys who sailed from England 400 years ago endured a nightmare of hostile Indians, disease and the area's worst drought in 770 years.

A BOYFRIEND FoR CHRISTMAS

Saturday at 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

Child advocate Holly Grant (Kelli Williams) learned long ago not to expect that Santa Claus would leave Mr. Right in her Christmas stocking. But she is in for a surprise when a handsome young lawyer (Patrick Muldoon) arrives on her doorstep with a Yuletide tree.