KQED Radio Staff
Technical producer Ceil Muller considers herself a public radio "lifer." What began in an
Antioch College work co-op at Pacific's WBAI-FM in New York turned into a lifetime of
trying to capture the ephemeral nature of sound. She has worked for National Public Radio,
the National Council for the Traditional Arts and KQED, among others. Her own work, "The
Kiss and the Dying" won a 2003 Gracie award from American Women in Radio and TV.
Her most prized sound recordings include the breath of a porpoise surfacing and Andy Beckman singing "Railroad Bill" at Gerde's Folk City.