Nebraska Stories On Demand

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April 8, 2010
Featured on this episode: Kaneko, The Middle of Everywhere (video not shown in full episode and unavailable separately), Paths of the Displaced, and... more››
April 7, 2010
A series telling compelling personal stories of Nebraskans around the state, the life stories of Nebraska artists, and historical and contemporary... more››
April 7, 2010
Want to own a piece of the American west? Every year the U.S. Bureau of Land Management rounds up wild horses and puts some of them up for adoption.... more››
April 7, 2010
A woman at the International Quilt Study Center... more››
April 7, 2010
On the way to the Omaha airport you’ll see a sculpture that seems to soar into the sky. Five stories high and weighing 15 tons, Dance of the Cranes... more››
April 7, 2010
Each spring hundreds of thousands of Sandhill cranes soar into central Nebraska – and some years they arrive in the snow! Follow Nebraska wildlife... more››
April 7, 2010
Grace Snyder learned to quilt while growing up in a sod house in the Nebraska Sandhills. At the International Quilt Study Center in Lincoln we... more››
March 9, 2010
Red Elephant is a children's concern in Zambia that adopts orphaned children and pays for them to go to school; Zambia has a large orphan population... 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
An essay by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore on the countrys most endangered creatures. These are the last ones, the last of their kind... more››

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