Legends of Folk: The Village Scene (8pm, UNC-TV) - This PBS special looks at the folk music scene in New York's Greenwich Village during the 1960s. The Village was considered the epicenter of folk, folk rock, and singer songwriter movements, and shaped one of the most important periods in American music. Features rare performances by Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel, Joan Baez, John Denver, the Lovin' Spoonful, the Mamas and the Papas, Richie Havens, Judy Collins, Neil Diamond, Tim Hardin, and Peter, Paul and Mary. More information on the special from WGBH.
The Love We Make (9pm, Showtime) - This documentary chronicles Paul McCartney's poignant and cathartic journey through the streets of New York City in the aftermath of the World Trade Center's destruction, and traces the planning and performance of the star-studded benefit concert at Madison Square Garden. "The Concert for New York City" took place less than six weeks after the terrorist attacks. Includes concert performances and behind-the-scenes footage. Directed by iconic documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles and his partner Bradley Kaplan, and shot in 16mm black and white. The film documents what Showtime calls McCartney's "personal journey to help heal the city that welcomed him with open arms in 1964."
Voices from Inside the Towers (9pm, History) - An aural account of what went on inside the World Trade Center Towers on September 11 includes the recordings of victims left on message machines, accounts by survivors, and families recalling the last words of loved ones.
Portraits from Ground Zero (10pm, A&E) - Photographer Andrea Booher interviews people she photographed in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and asks them to recall the stories behind the images.
Beyond: Messages From 9/11 (10pm, BIO) - Family members of September 11 victims recall messages they've received from their deceased loved ones.