WORTH NOTING ON TV
The Masters (CBS, 3:30- 6 p.m. EDT): This prestigious golf tournament, held each year at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, celebrates its 60th year. Contenders include Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, and defending champion Ben Crenshaw. Third-round play is featured today.
The Masters (CBS, 4-7 p.m. EDT): Final-round play, from the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
The Journey of Butterfly (public television stations, broadcast day and time vary): "A black bird sings upon a bush/ To greet the dawning after night./ Then I know how fine it is to live!" A child wrote these words in Terezin, Czechoslovakia, a Jewish ghetto established by Nazis in 1941. This poetry is only one part of a rich collection of children's art that has endured from Terezin - whose beauty and insight, tinged with melancholy, are portrayed in this program.
Filmed in 1991 when the Jewish Museum in Terezin opened, the program includes interviews with several Terezin survivors. Accompanying the museum opening was a concert composed by Charles Davidson with children's words from Terezin. The American Boychoir of Princeton, N.J., performs. (April 16 is the the Holocaust Day of Remembrance.)
Captive Heart: the James Mink Story (CBS, 9-11 p.m.): Louis Gossett Jr. ("Roots") stars in this compelling, fact-based story set in the South during the 1850s. Black millionaire James Mink (Gossett), a Toronto businessman, is certain he knows what's best for his daughter. But when his plan for an arranged marriage goes terribly awry and she is sold as a slave, he and his Irish wife, Elizabeth (Kate Nelligan), make a dangerous journey to rescue her - he posing as Elizabeth's slave. Some scenes contain violence.
100 Years of Olympic Glory (TBS, 8:05-11:05 p.m.): This retrospective tells some of the unforgettable human stories from the Olympics. Bud Greenspan wrote, produced, and directed.
Please check local listings for these programs.