KSMU staff and volunteers combine to bring you several specialty shows on a weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis. Browse the news and arts series below for schedules, show descriptions, archives and related content.
In this program, KSMU host Jennifer Davidson takes you somewhere new in the world each month by interviewing an Ozarks resident who was born in a different country. Join us to hear about other cultures, traditions, and the diversity we have here in the Ozarks.
This monthly program features Missouri State University President Clif Smart discussing the implications of national and international events on the University and local community. Join us as we look at current events and public affairs through a local lens.
In cooperation with Springfield-based Community Foundation of the Ozarks, which has more than 40 affiliate foundations across southern Missouri, this bi-monthly program focuses on a topic that explores how volunteerism and philanthropic efforts address community needs.
From poverty concerns to major policy decisions, this series dives beyond the headlines to provide in-depth coverage of issues facing people and organizations in the Ozarks. KSMU's team of reporters combine for 10 stories each quarter, to air the final weeks of March, June, September and December.