Salute the military with these 2019 Veterans Day specials on SiriusXM

This Veterans Day, SiriusXM will be honoring service members with live broadcasts of interviews, music, and more!

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November 8, 2019

This Veterans Day, SiriusXM will be honoring service members with live broadcasts of interviews, music and more!

Check out SiriusXM’s full Veterans Day programming lineup below. All content will be available On Demand.

Morning Briefing

Host Tim Farley will interview Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. (R-Tenn.), the Ranking Member of the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Robert Leon Wilkie Jr, U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs, Michael Haynie Ph.D., IVMF Founder and Executive Director (Institute for Veterans and Military Families) about MISSION Act successes and supporting veterans on SiriusXM POTUS (Ch. 124).

Airs Monday, November 11 from 6pm – 9am ET.

Press Pool

Host Julie Mason will be taking in-studio calls with Navy veteran Ward Carroll. She will also be interviewing Congressman Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) about his military service and Veterans Day, and speaking to Admiral James Kirby to get his thoughts on the holiday.

Airs Monday, November 11 from 3pm – 6pm ET.


The Big Picture Veterans Day Panel

SiriusXM host Olivier Knox will host a panel featuring Loren DeJonge Schulman, Deputy Director of Studies at the Center for New American Security and co-host of the Bombshell podcast Alice Hunt Friend, Senior Fellow at the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Airs Monday, November 11 from 6pm – 7pm ET.

The Wilkow Majority

SiriusXM Patriot (Ch. 125) host Andrew Wilkow will sit down with Rick Iannucci (Horses for Heroes), Tyler Merritt of Nine Line Apparel (Veterans Village Project), Brian Kilmeade of Fox News (New Book “Sam Houston & The Alamo Avengers”), Evan Hafer of Black Rifle Coffee (Buy-A-Bag, Give-A-Bag Initiative), Judy Isaacson Elias (Heroes to Heroes Foundation), and more.

Airs Monday, November 11 from 12pm – 3pm ET.

The Jennifer Hammond Show

The first hour of SiriusXM Urban View (Ch. 126) host Jennifer Hammond’s Veterans Day special, “Women Veterans: Homeless & Handicapped,” will be a veterans panel discussion with several active and retired military servicewomen about issues facing the veteran community today. In the second hour, Hammond speaks with two members of Congress, Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) and Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-Penn.)

Airs Saturday, November 9 from 7pm – 9am ET, with a rebroadcast from 2pm – 4pm ET.


Joe Madison: The Black Eagle

Host Joe Madison will speak to retired U.S. Army Col. Karen Lloyd and Director of the Veterans History.

Airs Saturday, November 9 from 6am – 10am ET.

Landline Radio

Don’t miss the 13th Truckers for Troops Telethon all week long, starting Nov. 11 on SiriusXM Road Dog Trucking (Ch. 146). Truckers for Troops raises money to send care packages to our troops in combat zones overseas and help wounded, homeless and disabled veterans who have come home.

Airs Monday, November 11 through Friday, November 15 from 7pm – 8pm ET.

60s on 6 Salutes Our Veterans

Pat St. John Salutes Our Hero’s on Veterans Days with music, your phone calls, your stories, requests, and more on SiriusXM 60s on 6 (Ch. 6)!

Broadcast airs Monday, November 11 from 3pm – 7pm ET

RadioClassics (Ch. 148) will pay tribute to the military — past and present — with the following four-hour Veteran’s Day celebration:

  • 8pm – 10pm ET — Hear Bing Crosby host the Command Performance’s Victory Extra broadcast celebrating the end of World War Two that originally aired on August 14, 1945. The program features many of radio and film’s biggest stars, including Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Cary Grant, Bette Davis, Orson Welles, and more.
  • 10pm ET – Listen to Cavalcade Of America’s Walk In The Sun, a gripping tale about a platoon of US G.I.s battling their way through war-torn WWII Italy that originally aired on August 7, 1944. It’s narrated by Frank Lovejoy with a cast led by Everett Sloane and Larry Haines.
  • 10:30pm ET – Hear Cavalcade Of America’s Continue Unloading, a program about the brave exploits of a U.S. Coast Guard cameraman and his fellow sailors coming under fire while landing on the beaches of Sicily that originally aired on October 4, 1943. The cast is led by two-time Oscar nominee John Garfield with Wally Maher, Howard McNear and Joseph Kearns.
  • 11pm ET – Words At War – They Call It Pacific, a radio adaptation of a book detailing the Japanese invasion of Philippines in the early days of WWII that originally aired on July 10, 1943. The cast includes Sam Wanamaker, Joan Alexander and Les Damon.
  • 11:30pm ET – Hear Orson Welles narrate Fourteen August, Norman Corwin’s powerful End-of-WWII special that originally aired on August 14, 1945.

Airs Monday, November 11 from 8pm – 12am ET.