As many Americans partake in Veterans Day parades and celebrations, SiriusXM will be honoring service members — living and dead — with live broadcasts of interviews, a panel discussion, a fundraiser, a football watch party, and more!

Check out these Veterans Day specials:

Join host Andrew Wilkow as he and nearly 200 bikers raise money for veterans. The motorcyclists will ride from Hope, N.J., to O’Lunney’s Times Square Pub in New York City, where Wilkow will broadcast a LIVE veterans charity event on SiriusXM Patriot (Ch. 125). Wilkow, who raised $40,000 at last year’s event, hopes to reach $50,000 this year.

Live broadcast airs Sunday, November 11 at 1 – 4pm ET.

Host Julie Mason will have a special discussion on POTUS (Ch. 124) about veterans with Nick Kraus, a founder of the veterans cycling experience Solider Ride. Kraus will talk about the USA Warrior Stories Inc., a nonprofit designed to record, archive and share videos of veteran stories.

Nick Kraus’ interview airs Friday, November 9 at 4:45pm ET.

Also, check out Chris Cuomo’s interview with Paul Rieckhoff, the executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA).

Paul Rieckhoff’s interview airs Friday, November 9 at 1:20pm ET.

Don’t miss host Jennifer Hammond’s women in the military panel, featuring both current and retired female service members on SiriusXM Urban View (Ch. 126). The guests will discuss issues facing women in the military, and all the work they are doing to support veterans.

Panel guests include retired Navy SEAL Kristin Beck, retired Army Maj. Gen. Dee Anne McWilliams, retired Army Lt. Col. Isabelle Slifer, and more.

Special airs Saturday, November 10 at 7am and 2pm ET.

Tune in to SiriusXM’s Radio Classics (Ch. 148) to hear the two-hour WWII special Command Performance, featuring host Bing Crosby and icons like Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra, Bette Davis, Cary Grant, and more!

The broadcast airs Sunday, November 11 at 4pm ET. 

Radio Classics will also air Academy Award Theater’s Pride of the Marines, a 1945 WWII movie starring John Garfield and Eleanor Parker; two episodes of the WWII radio series Words at War; and Norman Corwin’s To Tim at Twenty, which chronicles the story of a doomed soldier writing a letter to his 5-year-old son.

The special airs Sunday, November 11 at 10pm ET.

Join Fantasy Sports Radio (Ch. 210) in saluting military veterans by watching football with them! During a LIVE broadcast, Fantasy Sports Radio will interview leaders and members of Disabled American Veterans at Dave & Buster’s in Florence, Kentucky.

Broadcast airs Sunday, November 11 from 1pm – 7pm ET.

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