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TV/Radio Notes: 9/21/02

Saturday, September 21, 2002

Aliens in Pa.!

Well, not real aliens. Next week's episode of UPN's "Enterprise" (8 p.m. Wednesday) features the show's resident Vulcan, T'Pol (Jolene Blalock), telling the story of the first meeting between humans and Vulcans in a small Western Pennsylvania town in the 1950s.

(Rob Owen, Post-Gazette TV Editor)

'Wing' premiere party

The Pittsburgh Film Office will celebrate the season premiere of "The West Wing" -- filmed in part in Lawrence County, Harmarville and Bridgeville -- Wednesday at Sports Rock Cafe in the Strip District. The party begins at 8 p.m. with the two-hour episode starting at 9.

The event is free and open to the public, 21 years and older. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by the Film Office. For details, call 412-261-2744.


Channel surfing

WTAE will air "Healthy 4 Life: Generation O" about the growing problem of obesity in children at 7 p.m. tomorrow. ... "Powerball: The Game Show" will air on KDKA at 7:30 p.m. Saturday starting Oct. 5. ... WQED will resume its normal Saturday schedule tonight and will air "Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis" at 7 p.m. tomorrow. ... CBS will turn the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" into a midseason sitcom with stars Nia Vardalos, Michael Constantine and Lainie Kazan reprising their roles.


And the winner is ...

WAMO-FM won a Marconi Award for excellence in broadcasting and community service from the National Association of Broadcasters.

WAMO, which won for urban station of the year, was among 20 stations, formats and radio staff across the country receiving the awards. The winners were announced at the NAB Radio Show trade convention in Seattle.

(Adrian McCoy)

Spaghetti breakfast

Former KDKA-AM morning host John Cigna's traditional free spaghetti breakfasts didn't leave the station with him.

Yesterday, Cigna was back at his old stomping grounds for the morning show's 19th annual spaghetti breakfast in Market Square.

He joined morning host Larry Richert in the mobile broadcast studio and mingled with the Market Square crowds, even joining Jimmy Sapienza and Five Guys Named Moe for a song.

Tomorrow, Cigna will be among media figures leading the parade of motorcycle riders for the annual March of Dimes Ride. Information: 1-800-4-BABIES.


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