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Nashville: 20th Century in Photographs Rebroadcast in Tribute to Gail Kerr

Published on April 4, 2014 By Joe Pagetta

When Gail Kerr, Nashville native and longtime columnist for the Tennessean, died on March 25, the city lost a great champion, and journalism lost a great advocate for truth and honesty. At NPT, we lost a great friend and supporter, and when it came to some of our productions, a vivid storyteller. She was most […]

We Want Your Photos of Nashville from the Mid-70`s to the New Century

Published on November 13, 2013 By Joe Pagetta

Our original series, Nashville: The 20th Century in Photographs, has chronicled the city’s journey from a small town on the Cumberland River to a banking powerhouse in the 1920s, a recording capitol in the 50s and a sprawling metropolis in the 70s. In Nashville: The 20th Century in Photographs Vol. IV we will see Nashville […]

A Look at the Six Months Ahead at NPT

Published on January 10, 2011 By Joe Pagetta

From new episodes in our Tennessee Civil War 150, NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis and Next Door Neighbors documentary projects, to a third volume of our popular 20th Century in Photographs series, to a public screening and event surrounding the Freedom Riders documentary, 2011 is going to be an amazing year of great programming and events […]