World Series (CBS, 8 p.m., E.T. to conclusion): Game 1 of the baseball classic pits the American League's Toronto Blue Jays against the winner (undetermined at press time) of the National League Championship Series between the Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies. The World Series opener will be played at the SkyDome in Toronto. * SUNDAY
World Series (CBS, 8 p.m., E.T. to conclusion): In Game 2, the Blue Jays face the National League winner at the SkyDome. * MONDAY
The Cronkite Report: The Faltering Dream (The Discovery Channel, 8-9 p.m.): I've heard Walter Cronkite acknowledge that he feels more than a little unhappy over CBS's failure to make better use of him after he left ``The CBS Evening News'' more than a decade ago. After all, he had been a CBS correspondent for 31 years, the last 19 spent as anchor and managing editor of ``The Evening News,'' and during that time was named in a U.S. News and World Report survey as ``the most influential person in broadcasting.''
But at least the network's oversight does give him time to make specials like this one, a documentary - hosted by Cronkite - that assesses race relations 30 years after Martin Luther King Jr.'s ``I Have a Dream'' speech. Focusing on the growing number of African-Americans who choose to live in their own communities, the program examines America's efforts at integration. It speaks with residents - from both the inner city and the affluent suburbs - around Washington, D.C., and with students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. African-American leaders like the Rev. Jesse Jackson and filmmaker Spike Lee are also interviewed.
(C-Span, 1-3 p.m., E.T.): Ross Perot is a guest of this ``Say No to NAFTA'' event in Lansing, Mich., hosted by Sen. Don Reigle (D) of Minnesota.
Please check local listings for these programs.