On the October 21st program, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: the new exhibit at MONA in Kearney; a literary event at The Heritage Room in Lincoln; Twyla Tharp at the Lied Center in Lincoln; an exhibit at... more››
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Last week we heard a few poems from our State Poet Twyla Hansen, and fellow poet Marjorie Saiser, who has a brand new book, “I have nothing to say about fire.” Both poets are receiving the Mildred Bennet award from the Nebraska Center for the... more››
Genevieve Randall talks with 2016 Mildred Bennett Award winners Marjorie Saiser and Twyla Hansen. Also, Saiser and Hansen read some of their poetry
Note: Due to technical difficulties, this week's podcast includes only parts of the program. We apologize for this inconvenience.
On the October 14th program, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: an art... more››
Robert Goldberg talks with world renowned violinist, and now conductor, Joshua Bell.
On the October 7th program, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: the next Arts For The Soul concert in Lincoln; TADA Theatre's "Young Frankenstein" musical in Lincoln; First Friday Jazz in Lincoln; Lincoln Organ... more››
Genevieve Randall has lively conversations with: Liz Shea-McCoy about the public art project "Nebraska By Heart;" and, Nebraska native Dan Tracy, about his role in the musical "Once," that'll be at the Lied Center in Lincoln this weekend.
On the September 30th program, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: the Pauley Symposium in Lincoln; the Mari Sandoz Heritage Society in Chadron; the Dinsdale Art Center in Hastings; the Lied Center in Lincoln; the... more››
This week, Dave Hughes takes us on an audio tour led by by Art Department Chair Tom Kreager of the new Dinsdale Art Center at Hastings College. Included in the tour is a print making demonstration by Art Professor Turner McGehee.
Genevieve Randall speaks with Dick Petersen about his group's concert in Columbus on September 25th. Barbary Coast is celebrating it's 50th and last year of performing.