Nebraska Stories On Demand

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February 7, 2010
An essay by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore on the country’s most endangered creatures. These are the last ones, the last of their kind... more››
February 7, 2010
In the first half of the 20th century, George Norris was Nebraska’s best-known, best-loved, and sometimes most-hated politician. As a staunch... more››
February 7, 2010
A look back at Ernie Chambers' life as a community organizer in Omaha through his long tenure as a senator in the Nebraska Unicameral. Footage from... more››
February 7, 2010
Two or three times a year Dr. Charles Wood hops on a plane in Lincoln and travels halfway around the world—to Zambia, in the heart of Africa. Wood is... more››
January 8, 2010
This episode of Nebraska Stories features: Kaneko an Omaha artist creating a new artist experience in Omaha, The Middle of Everywhere tells the story... more››
December 14, 2009
In January, one of the coldest months of the year, a process more suited to warmer weather unfolds in ranch country. It often requires a midwife who... more››
December 14, 2009
When she was still in high school, Natalia Ledford began a documentary about some of her classmates survivors of one of the bloodiest civil wars in... more››
December 14, 2009
You wouldn’t necessarily know it, but Lincoln, Nebraska is a federally-designated refugee settlement city. This is the story of people you may not... more››
December 14, 2009
Omaha artist Jun Kaneko is internationally renowned for creating the largest free standing ceramic art pieces in the world. His monumental design... more››
November 17, 2009
This episode features: The First Walk-On, A One-Room School, I Am an American, A Day in Fontenelle Forest, and In the White Man's Image (not shown in... more››

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