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KLRU is the local PBS station for Austin, Texas and produces the long-running musical phenomenon known as Austin City Limits.
If you enjoy music, please support Austin City Limits and KLRU.
Happy three-day weekend, Austin! If you’re still making plans for the holiday weekend, here are our suggestions. Watch Cirque du Soleil performers fly and flip Cirque du Soleil’s “Kooza” features acrobatic performance and the art of clowning. “Kooza” tells the … more
Each time Annie Varghese starts a new cake, she feels like it’s her first one, and she won’t stop until she reaches perfection. She found her passion for cake sculpting from baking cakes for her children’s birthdays, and now she … more
Spend a day at Prune as Gabrielle cooks smoky eggplant, celery salad and sweetbreads on The Mind of a Chef Prune at 5:30 pm on Sunday. On Great British Baking Show Cakes at 6 pm on Sunday, meet the 13 … more
This week’s Science Night takes you into the world of a mysterious creature and a historic war. On Nature, the complex image of the wolverine that is just beginning to emerge. And then, Ken Burns’ The Civil War examines the pivotal … more
RSVP NOW for a taping of KLRU’s Overheard with Evan Smith with Robert Reich Tuesday, September 8 at 3:15pm in KLRU’s Studio 6A Doors open at 2:45pm Tapings are free to attend but an RSVP is required. Admission is based upon capacity. Robert Reich … more
KLRU chooses three to four programs each month for your family to enjoy and view together. In September 2015, we have the following lined up: Tuesday, Wednesday, September 1-2 at 7:00 pm: BIG BLUE LIVE Scientists, filmmakers and photographers, animal behaviorists and … more
As part of our American Graduate initiative, KLRU presents back-to-back airings of Dropping Back In, a Kentucky Educational Television (KET) series focusing on America’s dropout crisis airing on public television stations across the country. During these half-hour documentary-style programs, you will meet some of … more
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, thousands of evacuees traveled to Texas. More than 7,000 came to Austin, where many slept in the Austin Convention Center. To mark 10 years since the storm KLRU spoke with 7 New Orleanians about … more