Ozarks at Large Episodes

Full episodes of Ozarks at Large.

On today’s show, we get an update on the plan to extinguish an underground fire burning below Bella Vista for months. Plus, the historic residence of noted Fayetteville architect Fay Jones is being brought to light for the first time through a set of inaugural guided public tours. And J.D. Clayton plays for us inside the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio.

On today's show, we hear about an upcoming gathering that will take place simultaneously in four Arkansas cities to raise money and awareness about climate change. Also, a visiting virtuoso who will bring his oud to audiences in northwest Arkansas gives us a preview of his concerts, happening tonight and tomorrow in Fayetteville. And we hear from some of the local musicians who entered this year's Tiny Desk Contest.

On today's show, we hear how Walmart aims to have more of its associates interacting with customers by using more robots to do routine work. Plus, we spend a few minutes with former world-champion boxer Laila Ali, and we hear about rapper Jasper Logan's new album.

On today's show, we speak with a legal expert to learn more about the state of civil rights for transgender people. Plus, we hear about preventing the spread of measles to Arkansas, we learn about a recently discovered-species of Ebola that could be more widespread than previously thought, and we hear how public school students in Arkansas will get more time for recess starting next school year.

On today’s show, Serve Northwest Arkansas has broken ground on the region’s first bridge housing community. Plus, we hear how a downtown Fort Smith theater that once hosted the likes of Shirley Temple and Mary Astor is getting a new lease on life. And, we learn about a new autism therapy clinic franchise that is growing in Arkansas, with a newly constructed facility in Fayetteville.