Saturday 12 noon. ABC, 'Weekend Special.' CBS, 'The New Fat Albert Show.' NBC, 'Johnny Quest.'
12:30 p.m. ABC, 'American Bandstand.' CBS, 'The Lone Ranger-Tarzan Adventure Hour.' NBC, 'The Jetsons.' PBS, 'The Victory Garden.'
1 p.m. PBS, To be announced.
1:30 p.m. ABC, 'NCAA Football,' live regional coverage of the following games: UCLA at Ohio State; Indiana State at Wichita State; New Mexico at Wyoming; Alcorn State at South Carolina State College; and, Northwestern State (Louisiana) at Northeast Louisana. CBS, '30 Minutes.'
2 p.m. NBC, 'Major League Baseball_An Inside Look.'
2:15 p.m. NBC, 'Major League Baseball Game-of-the-Week,' live telecast of one of the following games on a regional basis: Philadelphia Phillies at Montreal Expos, Atlanta Braves at Cincinnati Reds or Chicago Cubs at Pittsburg Pirates.
3:30 p.m. CBS, 'Sports Spectacular.' WBA Featherweight Championship bout between Eusebio Pedroza and Rocky Lockridge and Acapulco Cliff Cup diving Challange are featured.
5 p.m. ABC, 'Wide World of Sports.' Featured are World Figure Skating Champions in an exhibition at the 1980 World Figure Skating Championships in Dortmund. West Germany; the World Lumberjack Championships from Hayward, Wisconsin; and, Aerobatic Daredevils from Reno, Nevada. CBS, 'Sports Special.' The sixty-second running of the $350,000 added race for 3-year-olds is featured. PBS, 'Soccer Made in Germany.'
6 p.m. PBS, To be announced.
6:30 p.m. CBS, 'Evening News,' with Bob Schieffer. NBC, 'Nightly News,' with Jane Pauley. PBS, 'This Old House.' (R)
7 p.m. PBS, 'Once Upon a Classic _ A tale of Two Cities.' (R)
7:30 p.m. PBS, 'Here's To Your Health,'
8 p.m. ABC, 'All Star Family Feud Special.' Crew of 'Love Boat,' challenge their star passengers. CBS, 'The Tim Conway Show.' NBC, 'Centennial: The Shepherds.' Farmer Hans Brumbaugh leads the fight to keep the cattle ranchers from taking over the land; and, when herds of sheep are brought into the territory, the ranchers have their hands full. Brian Keith, William Atherton, Cliff De Young, Glynn Turman, and Clint Ritchie. (R) PBS, 'Connections: The Trigger Effect.'
8:30 p.m. CBS, Movie. 'The Fury.' A top-secret government agency kidnaps a teen-age boy because he possesses psychic powers. His father, once an agent himself, is determined to rescue him from his captors. (1974)
9 p.m. ABC, 'The Love Boat.' Passengers include: Arte Johnson, Phyllis Davis, Bert Parks, Maureen McCormack, Audrey Meadows and Jane Wyman. PBS, 'Vikings.'
10 p.m. ABC, 'Fantasy Island.' A beautiful heiress who wants to marry against her father's wishes, inadvertantly becomes a stripper and discovers that she likes it when she tries to flee from him; and, a young boxer with little time to live, wants fulfill his fantasy of becoming a 1980 Olympic gold medal winner. (R) NBC, 'An Explosion of Country Music.' Johnny Cash, Roy Clark, Freddy Fender, Ronnie Milsap, Dottie West and Dolly Parton perform on the stage of historic Ford's Theater in Washington D.C. (R) PBS, 'Matinee at the Bijou.'
11 p.m. ABC, 'World News Tonight,' with Tom Jarriel.
12 noon. ABC, 'Issues and Answers.' NBC, 'Meet the Press.'
12:30 p.m. ABC, 'College Football '80.' CBS, 'The NFL Today,' pre-game show. NBC, 'NFL '80,' pre-game show. PBS, 'Once Upon a Classic _ A Tale of Two Cities.'
1 p.m. ABC, 'Directions,' a look at Southern Baptists in Brazil. CBS, 'The NFL Today, National Football League Game.' NBC, 'National Football League Game.' NBC covers the following games on a regional basis: Baltimore Colts at Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots at New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks at Houston Oilers; at 2 p.m., Cincinnati Bengals at Green Bay Packers; and, at 4 p.m., Buffalo Bills at San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders. PBS, 'Washington Week in Review.'
1:30 p.m. PBS, 'Wall Street Week: Opportunity Prospecting.' (R)
2 p.m. PBS, Great Performances: 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.' Part I
3 p.m. ABC, 'Sunday Afternoon Baseball.' PBS, 'Nuclear Nightmares: Wars That Must Never Happen.'
4 p.m. CBS, 'The NFL Today, National Football League Doubleheader Game.'
4:30 p.m. PBS, 'They Write The Songs: 'Yip' Harburg.'
5 p.m. CBS, 'Inner Cities: A Dream Deferred.' Correspondent Edwin Newman moderates a panel of officials and clergymen who'll discuss the extent to which promises made to ease racial tensions and poverty have been kept. PBS, 'Connections: The Trigger Affect.'
6 p.m. ABC, 'World News Tonight.' with Sam Donaldson. PBS, 'Firing Line.'
ABC, 'Those Amazing Animals.' A trainer is attacked by a 1,200 pound grizzly bear; two queen bees fight to the death; Nevada's wild mustangs battle struggle against cattle ranchers and singing parrots form a chorus. CBS, 'Sixty Minutes.' Newsmagazine with Mike Wallace, Morle Safer, Dan Rather and Harry Reasoner. NBC, 'Disney's Wonderful World: The Shaggy Dog.' In the conclusion of this comedy of errors, a boy turned into an English sheepdog makes a pest of himself trying to learn the details of a plot to steal secrets from a missle plant. PBS, 'Evening At Symphony.'
8 p.m.ABC, To be announced. CBS, Movie. 'A Perfect Match.' Linda Kelsey and Michael Brandon star in this drama about a fashion designer whose life is threatened by a mysterious illness, diagnosed as Aplastic Anemia, her chances depend on finding a suitable donor for a series of painful bone marrow transplants. The daughter she gave up for adoption years before could be the means of saving her life. NBC, 'CHiPs.' Ponch and Jon help a girlfriend's brother whose farm land is being sabotaged. PBS, 'Cosmos.'
9 p.m. ABC, Movie. 'Jaws.' Three men fight for their lives and try to save a town from the awesome power of a 25-foot, three-ton, killer shark. Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss star. (1975) NBC, Movie. 'The End.' Burt Reynolds stars as a philandering California real estate promoter who discovers much about himself and those around him after he learns that an incurable desease will cut his life short. (1978) PBS, 'Masterpiece Theater _ Crime and Punishment.'
10 p.m. CBS, 'Alice.' When Mel wrenches his back at Alice's brunch it throws a monkey wrench into her private life. (R) PBS, 'Nova: The Pinks and The Blues.'
11 p.m. ABC, 'World New's Tonight,' with Tom Jarriel. CBS, 'Sunday Night News,' with Ed Bradley.
8 p.m. ABC, 'That's Incredible!' CBS, 'M.A.S.H.' Klinger discovers his duties as company clerk include catering to the eccentric whims of the 4077th officers. (R) NBC, 'Little House on the Prairie.' A blind aritist's success leads her mother, who abandoned her as a child, to attempt a reconciliation.
PBS, 'Great Performances: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.' Part II
8:30 p.m. CBS, 'WKRP in Cincinnati.' Les Nessman's farm news reporting wins him the coveted Silver Sow Award from the prestigious Peter Piper Pork Packer's Guild, but he needs a date for the award banquet.
9 p.m. ABC, 'Monday Night Football.' Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears. CBS, Movie. 'To Find My Son.' A sincere, loving man decides to try to adopt a child and then finds himself embroiled in a bitter battle because of the unprecedented circumstances of his situation. Richard Thomas and Julie Cobb star. (R) NBC, Movie. 'Julia.' Vanessa Redgrave and Jane Fonda star in Lillian Hellman's gripping memoir of friendship in the face of danger and the committment of a brilliant young American heiress to freedom and social justice during the days of Hitler's power in pre-war Germany. PBS, 'The Advocates...Elections '80.'
10 p.m. PBS, 'Jazz at Snowbird: Dave Bruebeck at Snowbird.'
11 p.m. PBS, 'The Dick Cavett Show.'
11:30 p.m. CBS, 'Quincy.' PBS, 'ABC's Evening News,' captioned for the hearing-impaired.
11:50 p.m. NBC, 'The Tonight Show.' Bill Cosby is guest host.
Midnight. PBS, 'The McNeil-Lehrer Report.'
12:15 a.m. ABC, 'News Nightline,' with Ted Koppel.'
12:30 a.m. CBS, 'The Saint.'
12:50 p.m. NBC, 'The Tommorrow Show.' with host Tom Snyder.
1 a.m. PBS, 'Great Performances: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.' Part II