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PBS are streaming its Lauryn Hill episode of ‘Austin City Limits’ in full – watch

The new series of the show airs in October

An episode of the US music programme Austin City Limits featuring Lauryn Hill is currently streaming on the PBS website in full.

The episode is taken from season 42 of the show, which is officially released on October 1 and features episodes focusing on Paul Simon, My Morning Jacket, Robert Plant, Iggy Pop, Florence And The Machine, James Bay and more.

This episode includes an exclusive live performance from the Fugees member, shot last November at Austin’s Moody Theatre.

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The set is full of songs from throughout Hill’s discography, including ‘Doo Wop (That Thing)’ and ‘Ex Factor’ from her 1998 album ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’, as well as Fugees’ hits ‘Ready or Not’ and ‘Killing Me Softly’.

Watch the whole Lauryn Hill episode of Austin City Limits below:

Recently Hill has had to respond to criticism after being two hours late for a gig in Atlanta by attributing her lateness to her need to “align my energy with the time”.

Hill performed at the US city’s Chastain Park Amphitheatre on May 6. The concert had been scheduled to start at 8pm but Hill reportedly didn’t arrive onstage until 10.20pm, eventually performing a 40 minute set, with her microphone being cut off at 11pm due to the venue’s curfew.

Writing on Facebook, Hill said: “I don’t show up late to shows because I don’t care. And I have nothing but love and respect for my fans. The challenge is aligning my energy with the time, taking something that isn’t easily classified or contained, and trying to make it available for others.”
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