Apologies! We have fallen behind on updating this page. Here are two recent radio interviews, with more to follow very soon, plus a few older ones:

Huge thanks to Artie Martello of Mostly Folk for this lovely interview and feature! Click here to listen back, or use the player below:

On 31 March, 2016, Sarah was in studio for the full hour of Simon Neild’s “Inside Local Music” show on Source FM Falmouth, including three live songs and lots of chat. Click here to listen back. Thanks so much to Simon for the photo!

On 23 June, 2013, Sarah was the special guest on Source FM Falmouth’s “Have You Heard It? The Padfield and Wylie Show”, chatting with hosts Ian Padfield and Andy Wylie and performing two songs live in studio. You can listen to the full segment by clicking here.

In March 2013, Sarah was interviewed by Colum Sands for BBC Radio Ulster’s Folk Club. Click here to listen.

On Sunday, 30 December, 2012, a full-length live concert (two 45-minute sets) by Sarah was the special feature on Roz Larman’s well-known syndicated radio show, Folkscene. The concert was recorded by Peter Cutler on 16 October 2012 at Fiddler’s Crossing in Tehachapi, California, with Martin Stansbury engineering. Click here to listen. Now in its 42nd year of live broadcasting, FolkScene is a program of traditional and contemporary music featuring live music, interviews, remote recordings, and the finest in recorded music. Many thanks to Roz and Peter for their kind permission to publish the broadcast here.

On 28 November, 2012, Sarah McQuaid was Mike Harding’s guest on the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show. The clip of her interview was featured on both BBC Radio 2 Best Clips and BBC Radio 2 Music Best Bits, and can still be heard on the BBC website here – or just click on the play button below to listen.

In October 2012, Sarah travelled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to record an interview and session for Art of the Song Creativity Radio, a syndicated public radio programme heard on over 150 stations across the USA. Each show devotes a full hour to one artist or band’s music and thoughts about creative expression, exploring universal truths through interview segments interspersed with live in-studio recordings and album tracks. Previous artists featured have ranged from Janis Ian to Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen. Sarah’s interview, aired in December 2012 and including three album tracks and three songs performed live in the Art of the Song studio, is now archived online at https://www.standingoproject.com/artist/sarahmcquaid/, along with Sarah’s more recent Art of the Song appearance aired in February 2016.