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“The DeWitty Settlement” http://nebraskastories.org/videos/the-dewitty-settlement/ DeWitty was the longest lasting, most successful black settlement in Nebraska. Located near the small town of Brownlee, DeWitty was established... more››
Writer’s Block is a non-profit program that takes poetry into unlikely places. In several prisons across Nebraska, it’s helping inmates find their voice and even escape the prison walls for a few minutes.It’s getting dark at the... more››
Sharing the stories of Nebraska through the voices of its people  
One of the lesser-told stories of Nebraska pioneers is that of black former slaves who fled persecution in the South. On the Missouri River, Brownville was home to a large population of black settlers in Nebraska and is one of... more››
Learn about NET music programming and specials; listen to interviews with musicians and composers; find free printables and more.
Humanities Desk
Humanities in the news: stories about Nebraska's past, present, and future
Share Your Story on All About Books
Going far beyond book reviews, we invite people passionate about books and reading to give their personal stories and insights into the larger world of words and ideas.
Take a guided tour of the Flatwater Folk Art Museum in Brownville from former Sheldon Art Museum Director George Neubert. The Brownville museum is a marked departure from the fine art for which the Sheldon is known. Instead, the... more››
Kill County
Kill County
Live at the 1200 Club
The whiskey-soaked country/folk of Kill County opens the "Live at the 1200 Club" series.
All About Books Podcast
All About Books Podcast
A weekly NET Radio book review and discussion program hosted by Pat Leach. This audio only feed is updated on Thursdays.
   A documentary premiering on NET Television shares the remarkable story of a reclusive Nebraskan who created an amazing body of art work.  Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine, produced by the late Jerry Johnston of NET Radio... more››

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On the July 28th program at 9:05 a.m. Central, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about:Sam Herron's... 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››
Sunday, July 30, at 1 p.m. Central on Nebraska Concerts:Three Frenchmen and a Russian walk on to a stage. It sounds like it... more››
   What makes a building a masterpiece?  Nebraska’s Capitol is unique design – the first to depart from the federal dome that... more››