Worth noting on TV
SATURDAY CBS: College Basketball (1 p.m.)m Boston College Eagles vs. the University of Maryland Terps, live from College Park, Md.
CBS: Sun Bowl Football (3 p.m.)m Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Southern Methodist University Mustangs, live from El Paso, Texas.
USA: Raisins and Almonds (8-9 p.m.)m The only Jewish girl in a Canadian town celebrates Christmas (part of the Ovation service on basic cable). SUNDAY
NBC: Christmas at Washington Cathedral (11 a.m. noon)m A Christmas celebration from the National Cathedral, live from Washington.
CBS: Blue-Gray Pro Football Game (12:30 p.m.)m Annual all-star classic live from Montgomery, Ala.
ABC: Walt Disney World's Christmas Parade (1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.)m Live from Florida, a parade featuring Mickey, Minnie, Dumbo, Cinderella, Frosty, et al. MONDAY
PBS: The Four Seasons (8-9 p.m.)m "Great Performances" presents violinist Gidon Kremer and the English Chamber Orchestra performing Vivaldi's quartet of concertos. Simulcast on FM in some areas.
PBS: The Merry Widow (9-10 p.m.)m Peter Martins and Patricia McBride dance in ballet version of Lehar's operetta. TUESDAY
PBS: Who's Havin' Fun? (9-10 p.m.)m Raucous documentary about Philadelphia's raucous Mummers' Parade.
CBS: Kennedy Center Honors (9-11 p.m.)m Washington gala honors Katherine Dunham, Elia Kazan, Frank Sinatra, James Stewert, and Virgil Thomson. WEDNESDAY
PBS: Marilyn Horne's Great American Songbook (8:30-10-30 p.m.)m "Live From Lincoln Center" has mezzo-soprano Horne saluting our musical heritage.
NBC: Beyond the Missile Crisis (10-11 p.m.)m In this "NBC Report," Marvin Kalb examines political and social changes wrought by the deployment of Pershing II and cruise missiles in West Germany.
Please check local listings or with local stations for all programs, especially ones on PBS.m