SATURDAY Football in Moscow (ABC, 12 noon E.T. to conclusion): Two American teams - from the Universities of Southern California and Illinois - are expected to sell out the 50,000-seat Dynamo Stadium in the first American football game to be played in the USSR. It's covered live and dubbed, inevitably, ``Glasnost Bowl.'' MONDAY Frida Kahlo: Portrait of an Artist (PBS, 10-11 p.m.): Documentary portrait of a an arist who emerged from under the shadow of her husband, Mexican artist Diego Rivera, to be recognized in her own right. (Please see preview coming in this section on Friday).
TUESDAY Interview With President and Mrs. Bush (PBS, 8-9 p.m.): David Frost talks to the Bushes on a range of subjects at their summer in home in Kennebunkport, Me. P.O.V. (PBS, 10-11 p.m.): ``The Fighting Ministers'': The clergy have often fought for social and economic justice, and this time - during the mid-'80s in the steel towns of Pennsylvania - it took them far from the pulpit and into a harsh conflict with authoritires, as recorded in this edition of the strong documentary series of independent films called ``Point of View.''
WEDNESDAY Days of Rage: The Young Palestinians (PBS, 9-11:30 p.m.): Known also as ``Intifada: The Palestinians and Israel,'' this documentary special takes a long look at the Palestinian uprising in the Israeli-occupied areas of the Gaza Strip (Please see preview coming in this section next Tuesday).
Please check local listings for all programs, especially on PBS.