SATURDAY Little League World Series (ABC, 4-6 p.m. ET): Covered live from Williamsport, Pa., the game marks the 50th anniversary year of Little League baseball. Great Moments From Austin City Limits (PBS, 9-10:50 p.m.): And there have been many of them on this country-music series over the past 14 years - like the time an obscure singer-writer named Willie Nelson appeared and made a national hit. TUESDAY Blacks in White America (ABC, 10-11 p.m.): Behind this documentary lies an interesting and commendable decision by ABC News: to ask the black people in its own organization - correspondents, producers, researchers - to answer the question of what it's like to be black in the United States. The result - even if it does not hit all points - can thus never lose its credibility. (The theme continues the same night on a special version of ``Nightline'' - 11:30 p.m. - anchored by Ted Koppel. P.O.V. (PBS, 10 p.m.-midnight): ``Partisans of Vilna'' documents how a small group of Jewish youths had the temerity not to meekly accept the idea of being slaughtered at the hands of the occupying Nazis. The prize-winning film uses rare footage and other materials to capture the atmosphere of the time (World War II) and the place (Vilna - ``the Jerusalem of Lithuania'').
WEDNESDAY Timeline (PBS, 8:30-9 p.m.): In ``Fall of Byzantium,'' Istanbul is taken by the Ottoman Turks. The Renaissance is breaking over Western Europe. And it's all being ``covered'' live on TV - at least in this series, which employs the old ``You Are There'' device of taking mikes and cameras back in history to record those epochal events for the evening news.
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