WHAT'S ON

What’s on: Best of 2013, college sports and laughs

January 6, 2014

Warm up from the frigid temps with a dose of forever-sizzling programming brought to you by the lovely folks at SiriusXM. It’s the perfect thing to help you crawl out of those warm covers this Monday morning.

Navidad Music
Now until January 7 on Navidad
Because we know you may be a little nostalgic of the holiday season — and technically Christmas isn’t officially over until January 7 in Latino culture (hola, Three Kings’ Day!) — go on and give in to a guilty pleasure while you still can. The Navidad channel is giving you nonstop Christmas música until January 7. Feliz Día de los Reyes to you!

The Bob Edwards Show
1/6 at 6 am ET on SiriusXM Public Radio
Kick start your morning with a little bit of the classical. Violinist Hilary Hahn visits the Bob Edwards show to talk all about her new album, In 27 Pieces: The Hilary Hahn Encores.

Grateful Dead Concerts: New York City 1988
1/6 at 12 pm ET on the Grateful Dead Channel
It’s time to jump on the time travelin’ machine all the way back to September 16, 1988 when the Grateful Dead played an epic concert in New York City. Enjoy some rockin’ tunes while you nosh on some lunch. Here’s a little Marley a la Deadhead style for your listening pleasure…

The Drive Home: Mandroid
1/6 at 5:30 pm ET on Comedy Central Radio
Get in tune with your inner nerdy self as Chris Hardwick visits for a very special edition of The Drive Home. On topic? Oh you know, just hipsters, and virginity and possibly Quidditch, because why the hell not?

The Village Folk Show with Mary Sue Twohy
1/6 at 6 pm ET on the Village
We’re looking back at 2013 with the very best that folk had to offer. Tune in for a four-hour-long special, Best of 2013 in folk recordings.

SiriusXM College Sports Nation – Year in Review
1/6 at 9 pm ET on College Sports Nation
The hard-knocks, the touchdowns, the drama. It’s all on this special, Year in Review. Kick back and listen in as we remember the biggest stories in college sports of 2013. Nick Saban, Rick Pitino, and other coaches who won championships last year will share their thoughts on a phenomenal year.