There is a welcome boost to the ever-burgeoning menu of sports on TV. For several weeks CNBC channel (Wharf Cable) have been offering entertainment programming on the weekends as opposed to their usual more sober business-oriented shows. The entertainment they are most proud of are offerings from the US mother-channel NBC - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Later with Greg Kinnear. Now, funny as those are, the hidden treasure is earlier on Saturday when NBC Super Sports airs - it's a treasure trove for us sports watchers. The programming is only listed as a four-hour lump of 'Sport' with no distinction between programmes. So it's a bit like Forrest Gump's view of life - you never know what you're going to get. However, after three weekends of field study I can report there are several regular items. The largest chunk is taken up by British motor rallying, a US PGA golf show and a horse racing programme from around the world. But there is also room for pleasantly surprising miscellaneous stuff like last week's NFL quarterback skills contest which entailed top players negotiating assault courses and throwing at moving targets. The only complaint about Super Sports is that none of it is live. And with Cable, live sport is becoming the norm. Last night it was a choice between Chelsea v Aston Villa or Juventus v Cagliari in live soccer on Wharf Sports. Tonight's live Premier League match on ESPN is Arsenal v Sheffield Wednesday who have a chance to regain league leadership. Tomorrow's live NFL game on Monday Night Football pits the losers from two of the past three Super Bowls as Buffalo take on Pittsburgh.