Arts & Humanities
After World War II, Nebraska became home to numerous Holocaust survivors. For the last 68 years, many of those survivors shared their stories with Nebraska students. But soon, there may not be anyone left to give a firsthand... more››
Every year comedians from across the country compete to win cash prizes at the Great American Comedy Festival in Norfolk. Comedian Louie Anderson hosts the 2012 festival in Johnny Carson's hometown of Norfolk.
Friday Live Special from The Lied Center
Previews of spectacular summer events
Friday, May 31 at 9:00 a.m. (CT) NET Radio
TADA Production’s Spelling Bee; cabaret star Eric Michael Gillett for the Brownville Concert Series; NCP's Concerts on the Creek; Curt Bright’s parody, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Death Star
A new book released yesterday upends decades of secrecy surrounding the correspondence of famed Nebraska author Willa Cather. Before, scholars weren’t even allowed to quote from her letters …. now, anyone and everyone can explore... more››
A Tradition of Free Shakespeare
Summer means free Shakespeare in parks across the country, a long history that began in New York City.
This week's reviews- “The Story of English in 100 Words” by David Crystal. A short collection of English words old and new.... more››
The story of a Ponca chief from Nebraska who went to court to prove he was a person—and in the process redefined what it means... more››
NET Radio’s “Nebraska Concerts” series continues in May with programs featuring music performed by the Omaha Symphony, Ensemble... more››
Listeners choose the classical music to be played on Friday afternoons, 1:00-4:00 CT. Lora Black takes requests on Thursday... more››