Ozarks At Large

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

This locally produced news magazine has covered news, sports, politics, arts & culture and the quirky and unusual happenings in the Ozarks for more than two decades.

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Leigh Wood, host of The KUAF Vinyl Hour on KUAF 3, gives us a small preview of her next show. Earlier this year, the Vinyl Hour hosted an "80s Ladies" party at Stage 18 in downtown Fayetteville, and Sunday evening at 5 o'clock, we'll hear highlights.

Locals Vie for Holiday Shopping

Nov 20, 2017

Becca Martin Brown, with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says the Little Craft Show will be in two locations this year. First, the show will be in Fayetteville on Nov. 25 at the Fayetteville Town Center and then at Record Downtown in Bentonville on Dec. 16.

Here Comes the 2018 Political Season

Nov 20, 2017

Roby Brock, with our partner Talk Business and Politics, sits down with veteran political observers Rex Nelson and Shane Broadway to discuss the building political season for the upcoming new year.

Ozarks at Large for Friday, November 17, 2017

Nov 17, 2017

On today’s show, we remember one of the most-watched Arkansas nights ever. Plus, we learn about the power of radio in Africa, and a NWA-based musician recently had the opportunity to perform at the Grand Ole Opry’s pre-show; we hear music from Caleb Ryan Martin on today’s program.

Before he was part of Talk Business and Politics, Roby Brock was given the job of putting together the celebration in downtown Little Rock the night Bill Clinton was elected to the White House.