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Ozarks At Large
Weekdays at noon and 7 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. on 91.3 FM

A daily news magazine highlighting the people, places and events of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas River Valley.

Latest Episodes
  • On today's show, the radical practice of Marlon Blackwell. Plus, Ozark Mission Projects works to help their neighbors, a new arts program for LGBTQ+ youth, and much more.
  • On today's show, a new El Salvador Consulate is open in Springdale. Plus, a new study from Heartland Forward offers guidance on building a robust healthcare workforce, a visit from our Militant Grammarian, and much more.
  • On today's show, a conversation about teaching and understanding diversity in the classroom. Plus, our weekly conversations with Michael Tilley, Becca Martin Brown, Courtney Lanning, and much more.
  • On today's show, Heartland Forward and Builders and Backers work with ten entrepreneurs for three months to help their ideas become real. Plus, a conversation about the impact of rising mortgage rates, interviewing an Instagram famous doodle, and much more.
  • On today's show, smaller towns in northwest Arkansas are experiencing growth, just like the bigger towns. Plus, the communities that have evaporated along Route 66, a conversation with Carlos Santana, and much more.
  • On today's show, a few introductions. Plus, the implications of the overturning of Roe v. Wade in Arkansas, the reopening of the Clinton House Museum, and much more.
  • On today's show, Opera in the Ozarks is opening tonight. Plus, a new movie review, weekend plans, and much more.
  • On today's show, the next step in one of Arkansas’ most infamous crimes and subsequent trial. Plus, watching A Chorus Line’s legacy from its Tony winning debut to the latest incarnation now at Walton Arts Center, and much more.
  • On today's show, the youngest children are finally eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. Plus, the life and legacy of Florence Price, a new mural at the Fayetteville Public Library, and much more.
  • On today's show, Arkansas is trying to ease the truck driver shortage. Plus, the man who brought political polling to Arkansas, learning about direct democracy, and much more.