Friday Live On Demand

November 30, 2012

Lutz Koepnick, Professor of German and New Media Studies, Washington U in St. Louis is the second guest presenter for UNL’s HUMANITIES ON THE EDGE speaker series. Lincoln’s TADA Theatre presents the live radio musical theatre production of A... more››

November 16, 2012

The NET Television Production, GREAT PLAINS: AMERICA’S LINGERING WILD, features nationally-renowned photographer Michael Forsberg as he examines what wildness remains in the 11 states of the Great Plains after 150 years of settlement. Forsberg... more››

November 9, 2012

Dan Butler has moved on from his politically incorrect sportscaster, Bulldog, from the popular comedy, Frazier. He’s produced and directed a short film inspired by Nebraska resident and Poet Laureate emeritus, Ted Kooser. Dan and Ted drop by... more››

November 2, 2012

Georgiana Lee previews award-winning TV programs and documentaries from Native American Public Telecommunications in celebration of November as Native American Heritage Month. Art students in the MFA program at UNL open their studios on to the... more››

October 26, 2012

Friday Live returns to the NET Studios as NET Radio heads to the final hours for its Fall Member Drive. We’ll have live music from: members of the Nebraska Chamber Players who are in concert here at NET later tonight (Oct. 26) and Sunday... more››

October 19, 2012

Backstage: Stories from My Life in Public Television is the book everyone has been waiting for from Nebraska broadcasting legend and raconteur extraordinaire, Ron Hull. Just out from the University of Nebraska Press, it’s a compelling read of... more››

October 16, 2012

The 2012-13 UNL Humanities On The Edge speaker series began this week with Mark Greif, Assistant Professor of Literary Studies at the New School University, NYC, and editor of the cultural magazine, N plus 1. Friday Live catches him before he... more››

October 9, 2012

UNL English professor Roland Vegso previews the 2012-13 UNL’s HUMANITIES ON THE EDGE speaker series. This year’s topic, "Aesthetics/Performance/Politics" begins with a free lecture Oct. 11 at the Sheldon Museum of Art by Mark Greif, Assistant... more››

September 28, 2012

On September 28, William Stibor, Barbara Zach, and Ed Polochick talk about "From The New World," the next concert by Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra. The concert, September 30 at the Lied Center, features Dvorak’s "Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World... more››

September 21, 2012

The SHELDON FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC has a world premiere on its concert series at the Sheldon Museum of Art, Friday, Sep. 21st. On the program is Robert Sirota’s brand-new PANGE LINGUA Violin Sonata featuring Chiara String Quartet violinist... more››