As part of KUAF’s 30th anniversary celebration, KUAF News Director, Kyle Kellams, will host a free panel discussion on the "State of Investigative Journalism" at the Fayetteville Public Library, this Saturday August 8th, at 1:30pm.
MARA LEVERITT, author of The Devil’s Knot on the case of the ‘West Memphis Three’ and
BENJI HARDY, of the Arkansas Times, whose reporting on Arkansas Representative, Justin Harris, and the Arkansas Department of Human Services gained national attention earlier this year.
The film “Bonobos: Back to the Wild” tells the true story of naturalist Claudine Andre’ and her work in the Congo to protect the endangered bonobo apes.
Join KUAF Friday night, August 21th at the Razorback Malco Theater for a special viewing of the film. It’s “KUAF Night At The Movies” and we have a limited number of FREE tickets for the show. Call or email KUAF to reserve your seats for this English-language adaptation of French director Alain Tixier’s acclaimed documentary, originally titled “Beny: Back to the Wild”.
While most probably think of KUAF as a news or classical music station, we have performers of all genres come into our studios to perform for us, and those interviews and performances end up on the air at various times and on different shows. All of our locally produced shows, from Ozarks at Large and Of Note to The Pickin' Post, Shades of Jazz and the Generic Blues Show, all feature in-studio performances at some point.
The KUAF Public Radio and Pipeline Productions are giving away one pair of tickets plus camping to Wakarusa 2015, June 4th-7th, on Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Arkansas. TRAVEL ADVISORY BELOW - PLEASE READ.
Now in its 12 year, Wakarusa is much more than a music and camping festival. Wakarusa is an experience that was created BY music lovers, FOR music lovers. Four days, six stages, over 150 acts, nearly 200 sets of music; never corporate, always progressive.