From the Producers Pod: February 22-23, 2014 Edition

By Jayne Ann Bugda |

Published 02/21 2014 01:11AM

Updated 02/21 2014 07:35PM

Hi it’s Jayne Ann Bugda from the Producer’s Pod. 
 Here are some weekend highlights!  Have a great weekend
Once you accept the fact that you're not perfect, then you develop some confidence.  ~Rosalynn Carter.  (From the Quote Garden)

We hope you have been enjoying Tim Kelchner and Neile Jones reports from Sochi.  Eyewitness News Daybreak Anchor Tim Kelchner will continue his reports from Russia and the Winter Olympic games .  You can follow Tim on Social Media and right here on PAHomepage .  Tim is joined by his Olympic Partner Neile Jones.   
  Join Ken Brown here at home in the O-Zone- at 7:30 pm on WBRE TV for the latest from the Winter Olympics.
PA LIVE will move to 11:30 AM Monday to Friday during the Winter Olympic Games. 
 While Tim Kelchner is in Sochi- Mark Hiller will join Monica Madeja and Dave Skutnik for Eyewitness News Daybreak.
Got a Question?
  If you have a veteran's issue- you can call Judge Tom Munley of Veterans Views at 570-706-7418.  You can also reach Judge Munley on
If you have a legal question you would like answered by Law and You team of Attorney Greg Fellerman and Attorney Ed Ciarimboli you can call 570-706-7429.  You can also submit a question on
 -Generations of Energy Segment: Take a look at the past, present and the future-of energy sources in our region.  You can learn more on this week’s Generations of Energy this Sunday at 11 pm on Eyewitness News following the Olympic Coverage.  This week's topic is the Knox Mine Disaster.

Reminder:  On Monday, Drew Speier will take a look at the Knox Mine Disaster.  Drew will sit down with a local man who is now producing a documentary on the Knox Mine Disaster.  The Knox Mine disaster changed mining in this area forever. 
  Check out our Community Link here on PA Homepage.  This weekend features:  (Read more about these events on Community Link)
POSH @ The Scranton Club will host this year’s Dinner by Design event to benefit the Lackawanna Historical Society on Saturday and Sunday March 1-2.
The Bucknell Brigade will host a series of fundraisers this spring.
The first, scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 26, is collaboration with Pizza Phi in Lewisburg.
Join the Team:
We have a time change for our early morning weekend News
 Sharon Gaeta and Kevin Derk will be here for Eyewitness News.   Saturday at 8 am and Sunday at 10a.m.. 
  Join  Drew Speier, Drew Anderson and A.J. Donatoni for Eyewitness News at 6 and 11 (on WBRE/WYOU) and at 10 on Fox 56 on Saturday and on  Sunday evening Candice Kelly, Drew Speier, Josh Hodell and Ken Brown will be here for the news following the Olympic Closing Ceremony.  .  The late edition of Eyewitness News on both nights will follow the evening Olympic Games on WBRE. 
  Kirstin Cook is your Weekend producer.   
What's on TV Tonight?
Sue Kalinowski- our WBRE/WYOU Program Director/Coordinator- has these program highlights for the weekend on WBRE and WYOU.   
Saturday, February 22, 2014-   
 WOLF 8-9pm is “Daytona 50 Bash at The Beach” featuring NASCAR personalities .
  WYOU has repeat comedies followed by “48 Hours” at 10pm---an update on the murderous bodybuilders who kidnap and kill. 
Olympics airs 8-11:05pm tonight---with the 4 man bobsled final, figure skating “gala” and men’s and women’s speed skating team pursuits.  11:05-11:30 pm is the premiere of “About A Boy”
in which Will is well-off and sitting pretty…but his very single next door neighbor---complete with her 11-year-old son---make changes to his life!  Late Night Olympics (12mid) feature more of the figure skating gala “finale”….  Hey tomorrow night is the Closing Ceremony, and then Winter Games will be history!
Sunday, February 23, 2014- 

Animated re-runs on  WOLF 7-10pm tonight…    Seems that WBRE’s originally announced “Sochi Gold” is

now “Nancy & Tonya” 7-8:30pm…..regarding the 20th anniversary of the “knee” incident during the 1994 Winter Games….and then there’s the Closing Ceremonies….8:30-10:36pm…with the

premiere of “Growing Up Fisher” at 10:36-11pm---a family dramedy.

“60 Minutes” has the world’s best art forger….Liam Neeson discusses his life and aging and Coach Frank Hill is profiled---the man who

chased a gunman OUT of a school.  “The Amazing Race” is back for a go at the cool 1 million----but one team never even gets started!  (8pm WYOU)  Of course WBRE has a re-do of the Winter Games Closing Ceremonies at 11:30pm---as a final wrap-up of Sochi 2014.

Thank you for making Eyewitness News Part of your Weekend!

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