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Fresh Air For March 30, 2019: John Mulaney; Natasha Lyonne

John Mulaney relayed stories from his childhood and his time at SNL in his 2018 Netflix comedy special Kid Gorgeous. Netflix hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: John Mulaney; Natasha Lyonne

Fresh Air Weekend: John Mulaney; Natasha Lyonne

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Fresh Air For March 29, 2019: Author Luis Alberto Urrea

Fresh Air For March 28, 2019: A Psychotherapist Goes To Therapy

Lori Gottlieb writes about her experiences as a psychotherapist in therapy in her new book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. DrAfter123/Getty Images hide caption

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A Psychotherapist Goes To Therapy — And Gets A Taste Of Her Own Medicine

A Psychotherapist Goes To Therapy — And Gets A Taste Of Her Own Medicine

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Ruth Wilson plays her own grandmother in Mrs. Wilson, a three-part series about a woman unraveling the secrets of her late husband. Steffan Hill/PBS hide caption

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'Mrs. Wilson' Asks: Just How Well Do We Know The People We Love?

'Mrs. Wilson' Asks: Just How Well Do We Know The People We Love?

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Fresh Air For March 27, 2019: Natasha Lyonne

Natasha Lyonne stars as Nadia, a woman who keeps dying — and coming back to life — on the Netflix series Russian Doll. She co-created the series with Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland. Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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Natasha Lyonne On Being A 'Tough Guy' And Finding Herself Inside 'Russian Doll'

Natasha Lyonne On Being A 'Tough Guy' And Finding Herself Inside 'Russian Doll'

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Fresh Air For March 26, 2019: Comic John Mulaney

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John Mulaney On Hosting 'SNL': 'I Had No Idea How Hard This Was'

John Mulaney On Hosting 'SNL': 'I Had No Idea How Hard This Was'

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