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Liem Ha of Omaha shares his account of survival after the Vietnam War in "Still Fighting."   Chance reunites two men who last saw each other during the Fall of Saigon in "No Ordinary Reunion."   When the tornadoes ravaged their community, Wisner-Pilger students rallied and showed their hometown spirit in "Pilger's Finest."   A family that unicycles together, stays together.  Meet unicycle enthusiast John Ringsmuth of Lincoln in "Pedal Pusher."  Take a seat backstage as UNL theater and music majors produce an adaptation of the famous opera "Candide."  And, enjoy a tour of "Toadstool" as we explore one of the best hiking locations in America. 



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Liem Ha, a former South Vietnamese soldier, spent four years in hiding after the Fall of Saigon in 1975. He eventually escaped and landed in Nebraska. In the 1980's, Ha often returned to Southeast Asia to live in a secret... more››
In April of 1975, Kiem Do was deputy chief of staff for the Vietnamese Navy, secretly planning the evacuation of dozens of ships and thousands of soldiers as the North Vietnamese Army moved closer to taking Saigon. Dau Nguyen... more››
The double tornado that scoured a path through the town of Pilger and took two lives might have been enough to make some people quit, but not the students of Wisner-Pilger High School. Before there was a thought to ask, these... more››
John Ringsmuth does what he loves. He builds unicycles. John built his first one back in the 1960's when he modified a tricycle. His six brothers thought it was so cool they learned to ride and still ride today. Since... more››
Music and theatre majors share their insights on turning an adaptation of famed composer Leonard Bernstein's original work into an award-winning performance. See the activity behind the curtain of the University of Nebraska... more››
Toadstool Geologic Park is named for its unusual toadstool shape formations. Located within the Oglala National Grasslands, this arid sandstone badlands with its unworldly natural sculptures looks more like a movie set for Star... more››

Past Episodes

In this episode Nebraska Stories goes behind the scenes of Omaha's exploding fashion underground to see the last minute struggles... more››
"Nebraska's Schindler" A profile on most the recent Nebraska's Hall of Fame inductee Alvin Saunders Johnson. Born in 1874 near... more››
In a world where bullying seems to be an unfortunate rite of passage for kids, cast members from the Gay Men's Chorus of Los... more››
WILD RIDE Wheels...ride...puddle jumper...Detroit glitz. From basic to luxury, cars are deep-seated in our culture. In this... more››
KEEPING THE GRAND...GRAND The 75-year-old Grand Theater, built in the glory days of cinema, has been fully restored to former art... more››
WILDCAT HILLS. In a state known for its flat land, the Wildcat Hills in western Nebraska provides a dramatic alternative. The... more››
SHAKESPEARE & THE WILD WEST You've heard of Shakespeare in Love? We follow Nebraska Shakespeare to Valentine, the heart of... more››
DAY OF THE DEAD. Dia de los Muertos is, above all, a celebration of life. Come with us to the Sheldon Museum of Art and the... more››
This episode of Nebraska Stories features Johnny Davis and his homemade, hot selling salsa; former Major League Baseball player... more››