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On Story

Awkward Black Girl: A Conversation With Issa Rae

Actress and writer Issa Rae discusses the challenges of creating independent Web series and developing original online content; "The Unexpected." (30 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Wed, 4/8 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

Fargo & True Detective: Television Anthologies

`True Detective" director Cary Fukunaga and "Fargo" creator Noah Hawley talk about the television anthology series; "Entrain About Laurent." (30 minutes)

Sat, 4/11 at 7:00 pm on Q

LBJ: A Conversation With Woody Harrelson & Rob Reiner

Actor Woody Harrelson and director-producer Rob Reiner discuss the biopic "LBJ." (30 minutes)

Sat, 4/11 at 7:30 pm on Q

The Left and Write: Politically Driven Narratives

Writers Beau Willimon and Eli Attie debate politically driven narratives, power struggles and the truths and fictions behind ideologically charged stories; Topher Field's "The Hustle." (30 minutes)

Wed, 4/15 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

On Writing Chernobyl

Craig Mazin, Emmy Award-winning creator of the HBO miniseries "Chernobyl," talks about the creative process behind his account of the 1986 nuclear accident. (30 minutes)

Sat, 4/18 at 7:31 pm on Q

A Conversation With Lulu Wang

Lulu Wang, writer and director of "The Farewell," talks about the autobiographical story of her family's decision to plan a wedding instead of telling her grandmother the truth about her terminal illness. (29 minutes)

Sun, 4/19 at 12:00 am on Q

A Conversation With Lulu Wang

Lulu Wang, writer and director of "The Farewell," talks about the autobiographical story of her family's decision to plan a wedding instead of telling her grandmother the truth about her terminal illness. (30 minutes)

Wed, 4/22 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

A Conversation With Lulu Wang

Lulu Wang, writer and director of "The Farewell," talks about the autobiographical story of her family's decision to plan a wedding instead of telling her grandmother the truth about her terminal illness. (30 minutes)