Boxnation from 7pm:
7.10pm - Bradley Skeete vs Chas Symonds, 10 rounds
8.00pm - Frank Buglioni vs Ciaran Healey, 6 rounds
8.35pm - Liam Smith vs Steve O'Meara - 12 rounds
9.40pm - Billy Joe Saunders vs Nick Blackwell, 12 rounds
10.45pm - George Groves vs Glen Johnson, 12 rounds
(Timings are from Frank's site)
Boxnation are also showing Abraham-Bouadla. The main broadcaster is ARD who are scheduled to show boxing from 11.15pm our time to 2am. They usually show the main event first followed by the undercard on delay.
That means Abraham vs Bouadla won't start till at least 11.15pm meaning Boxnation might have to show it on delay if all their title fights end up going the distance. But I'm guessing there'll be some sort of intro and then the typically long German entrances so hopefully no clash.
CBS (US TV only) from 9.30pm UK:
Joseph Diaz Jr. vs Vicente Alfaro, 4 rounds (Diaz is an Olympian making his pro debut)
Leo Santa Cruz vs Alberto Guevara, 12 rounds
This is an afternoon card in the US, same arena as Khan/Molina.
HBO (Boxnation) from 2.30am:
Marquez/Pacquiao IV replay followed by
Nonito Donaire vs Jorge Arce, 12 rounds
Showtime from 3.30am:
Deontay Wilder vs Kelvin Price, 10 rounds
Alfredo Angulo vs Jorge Silva, 10 rounds
Amir Khan vs Carlos Molina, 12 rounds
That means Khan/Molina won't still till AFTER Wilder/Price and Angulo/Silva. So if you're staying up it's going to be late one, easily past 4am. Sky go on air at 1am so we might see the Santa Cruz fight on delay and perhaps Julio Diaz vs Shawn Porter. There's also guys like Chris Pearson and Frankie Gomez on the card.
Hopefully that helps and prevents all the 'what time is Khan on' type threads.