Sarah Yahm

Sarah Yahm

Independent Producer

Sarah Yahm is an independent radio producer, oral historian, and educator trying to figure out how those three things can actually equal making a living. Her work has aired on a variety of NPR affiliates, on WBAI in New York, through various Internet venues (including Transom.org), and in the Reel Work Film Festival. Yahm recently graduated from the new social documentation program at UC Santa Cruz. She's interested (or more accurately obsessed) with finding ways to replicate people's internal worlds through sound.


Sarah Yahm on KCRW

Much like a radio listener, a blind person has to rely a lot on their sense of hearing. But once you learn to hear with your whole body...

Skating in Darkness

Much like a radio listener, a blind person has to rely a lot on their sense of hearing. But once you learn to hear with your whole body...

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