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April 22, 2016

Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the April 22nd program. This week, due to technical issues, only these pre-recorded features are on this podcast: Arts for the Soul's Earthday concert... more››

April 21, 2016

Genevieve Randall and guests discuss the UNL Evenings of Dance and two plays and an exhibit at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln.

April 15, 2016

Bill Kelly, from NET News, looks at the Nebraska Jazz Orchestra reunion concert from last fall.

April 15, 2016

Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the April 15th program. This week: the new film at the Ross in Lincoln: the new play at The Stage Theater in Hickman: Doc Severinsen and the Nebraska... more››

April 8, 2016

Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the April 8th program. This week: the collaboration concert by Abendmusik and Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra; The Okee Dokee Brothers in Scottsbluff; "... more››

April 7, 2016

Genevieve Randall talks with Misty Ahmic-Burroughs and Hayley Long about the Girl Scouts Artventure Auction in Lincoln.

April 1, 2016

Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the April 1st program. This week: the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music concert with the American Chamber Players; the reopening of the Nebraska... more››

March 30, 2016

The Pathfinder Chorus has two concerts in Fremont April 1st and 2nd. Member Roger Millnitz tells us all about the group and the concerts.

March 25, 2016

Hear interesting conversations about arts and humanities in Nebraska with Genevieve Randall on the March 25th program. This week: the Beatrice Community Players new production: Greg Beaver's Bach cello suites performance in Lincoln, and webcast... more››

March 25, 2016

Genevieve Randall talks with Hastings College Professor Brett Erickson about photographer Greg Heisler's visit to Hastings.

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