Wimbledon (NBC, 10 a.m. to noon): From England, coverage of men's quarterfinal matches in the classic tennis tournament. (NBC also airs an update from 11:35-11:50 p.m. each day of play.)

Washington National Cathedral (PBS, 9-10 p.m.): One of the more remarkable buildings in the nation's capital is the Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, a splendid edifice built in the medieval European Gothic tradition but designed to reflect the ecumenical American spirit (although it is also the chief mission church of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington). George Washington's architect Pierre L'Enfant conceived the idea for "a great church envisioned for national purposes." This documentary tra ces not only its eight decades of construction - Teddy Roosevelt attended the cornerstone-laying in 1907 - but also the moving legacy of leaders and thinkers who have spoken there (it's where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his last Sunday sermon, for instance) or who are buried there, among them Helen Keller. Besides interviews, hymns and secular music are offered, and certain camera shots show off the physical wonders of the place. George Page narrates.

Schwarzkopf in Vietnam: A Soldier Returns (CBS, 10-11 p.m.): H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the man identified in the public mind mainly as the commander in the Persian Gulf War, has had another war deeply in his thoughts for some 30 years: Vietnam, where he served two tours of duty in the 1960s. In this program he says that originally he was "crushed by the fact that the American people had rejected me and my profession" but that "I am a different man today ... because of the Gulf War." Now retired and working for CBS - he is billed as a correspondent in this production - the general returns to Vietnam as a kind of exorcism. Dan Rather joins Schwarzkopf as he visits some of the battlefields and other spots that have stayed with him. The program also samples some CBS News coverage of the Vietnam conflict, footage that helped dub it "the living-room war."

Please check local listings for these programs, especially the one on PBS.

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