Howard 100 and Howard 101

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Howard 100
Howard 100 logo.png
Broadcast area United States, Canada
Slogan "Join the Revolution"
Frequency Sirius Channel 100
XM Channel 100
First air date September 29, 2005
Format The Howard Stern Show
The Wrap-Up Show
Howard 100 News (Noon and 6pm)
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website sirius.com/Howard100
Howard 101
H101logo.jpg
Broadcast area United States, Canada
Frequency Sirius Channel 101
XM Channel 101
First air date September 29, 2005
Format The Howard Stern Show (West Coast feed)
The Wrap-Up Show
Howard 100 News
Bubba the Love Sponge
Scott Ferrall
The Intern Show
Superfan Roundtable
Jackie's Joke Hunt
Jay Thomas
Greg Fitzsimmons
Riley Martin
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website sirius.com/Howard101

Howard 100 and Howard 101 are two uncensored channels on Sirius XM, a satellite radio service that broadcasts programming affiliated with Howard Stern and The Howard Stern Show. The head executive of programming for both channels is Tim Sabean. Though the channels were first broadcast on September 29, 2005, Stern could not officially broadcast until January 1, 2006, as Stern was still at WXRK, the terrestrial radio station where he had to finish his FM radio contract.

Pre-launch history[edit]

Prior to January 2004, Sirius channel 100 was "Sirius Sessions", a channel devoted to live musical performances. Before the channels officially became "Howard 100" and "Howard 101", they had some pre-launch programming in late 2005. It also went through a series of different names.

Douche 100[edit]

On September 29, 2005, channels 100 and 101 went live, initially being named "Howard Stern 100" and "Howard Stern 2" respectively. During this time, most of the channels' air time was dead air and the sound of a ground loop hum. It was not until October 6 when the "24-Hour Fartathon" began to broadcast at 6:00am Eastern time, featuring live, non-stop farts. Stern, while broadcasting his show on terrestrial radio, was not allowed to broadcast the Sirius signal. During this time, jingles were made for the channels with announces for "Douche 100" and "Douche 101".

Howard Stern 100[edit]

After the Fartathon, channel 100 briefly changed its name from "Douche 100" to "Howard Stern 100" (and 101). Like Douche 100, it did not have much programming and featured the sound of a ground loop hum or natural sound of the sometimes occupied studio. While Stern was still broadcasting on terrestrial radio, he and his show staff came up with a few 24-hour specials.

Shows on Howard Stern 100

  • "24 Hours With Wendy the Retard": A 24-hour show following a day in the life of Wendy the Retard, a member of the Stern show's Wack Pack.
  • "The Craptacular I": A 24-hour show where show Wack Packer High Pitch Eric was given anything he wanted to eat, and had to weigh his bowel movements.

Howard 100[edit]

When the Howard 100 News first went on the air, the official channel names "Howard 100" and "Howard 101" were revealed.

Pre-launch shows[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Stern was originally allowed three channels on Sirius, with the third channel (presumably channel 102) still available to Stern should he wish to have one, although Stern has full programming rights for 100 and 101. Before Stern's first official broadcast on January 9, 2006 both channels carried the same signal, with Howard 101 broadcasting its own programming on January 9. On March 14, 2006 channel 102 became "Sirius Stars".

Both Howard 100 and 101 are available to all Sirius XM subscribers and can also be heard worldwide via streaming audio at Sirius Internet Radio. Following the merger of Sirius and XM on September 30, 2008 both channels became part of the "Best of Sirius" package, allowing previous XM Satellite Radio listeners to access 100 and 101.

Note: As of January 3, 2011, the Bubba the Love Sponge Show has been canceled due to unsuccessful contract negotiations. Bubba has left Sirius XM and is now broadcasting his show online with radio company RadioIO as well on FM though Cox Radio.

KEY:
Triangle-gold.svg - Does not include hourly Howard 100 News Updates
Titles in Bold Font are live

Times in brackets () are Pacific times

Howard 100[edit]

Monday-Wednesday[edit]

During show vacations, the Howard 100 News present updates each hour and do not feature live commercials. "Best of the Week" is broadcast on Friday mornings at 5:55 am.

6 AM 7 AM 8 AM 9 AM 10 AM 11 AM 12 PM 1 PM 2 PM 3 PM 4 PM 5 PM
The Howard Stern Show Live The Wrap-Up Show Live
Howard 100 News at Noon
The Howard Stern Show Morning Replay
(Howard 100 News updates each hour)
6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 9 PM 10 PM 11 PM 12 AM 1 AM 2 AM 3 AM 4 AM 5 AM
The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show Morning Replay
(Howard 100 News updates each hour)

Saturday[edit]

Time Program
3:00am (12:00am) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Monday replay)
9:00am (6:00am) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Tuesday replay)
3:00pm (12:00pm) Triangle-gold.gifThe Howard 100 News Week in Review
4:00pm (1:00pm) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Monday replay)
10:00pm (7:00pm) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Tuesday replay)

Sunday-Early Monday Morning[edit]

Time Program
4:00am (1:00am) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Wednesday replay)
10:00am (7:00am) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Thursday replay)
4:00pm (1:00pm) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Wednesday replay)
10:00pm (7:00pm) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Thursday replay)
4:00am (1:00am) to 5:55am (2:55am) The Howard Stern Show and The Wrap-Up Show (Wednesday replay)

Howard 101[edit]

Monday-Thursday[edit]

Howard 101 plays the Stern show "West Coast" feed, a tape delay of the live morning show including live commercials.

Time/EST (PST) Program
12:00 a.m. (9:00 p.m.)
Riley Martin (Monday)
The Greg Fitzsimmons Show (Tuesday)
Riley Martin (Wednesday)
Specials (Thursday)
Jackie's Joke Hunt (Friday)
1:00 a.m. (10:00 p.m.) Stern Show Shuffle (Replay)
4:00 a.m. (1:00 a.m.) Replays
5:00 a.m. (2:00 a.m.) The Scott Ferrall Show (Replay)
9:00 a.m (6:00 a.m.) Triangle-gold.gifThe Howard Stern Show (West Coast Feed)
2:00 p.m. (11:00 a.m.) Stern Show Shuffle
3:00pm (12:00pm) Mammary Lane
7:00pm (4:00pm)
Specials (Monday)
Jackie's Joke Hunt (Tuesday)
The Intern Show (Wednesday)
Superfan Roundtable (Thursday)
Howard 100 News: Week in Review (Friday)
8:00 p.m. (5:00 p.m.) The Scott Ferrall Show

Friday[edit]

Time Program
5:00am (2:00am) Riley Martin (Replay)
6:00am (3:00am) Triangle-gold.gifHoward 100 News Week in Review
7:00am (4:00am) Jay Thomas
10:00am (7:00am) Mammary Lane
2:00pm (11:00am) Superfan Roundtable (Replay)
3:00p (12:00p) Mammary Lane
7:00p (4:00p) Triangle-gold.gifHoward 100 News Week in Review
8:00p (5:00p) The Scott Ferrall Show

Saturday[edit]

Time Program
12:00a (9:00p) Superfan Roundtable Replay
1:00a (10:00p) Bubba the Love Sponge Friday Replay
5:00a (2:00a) Scott Ferrall Replay
8:00a (5:00a) Howard Stern Show & Wrap Up Show Tuesday Replay
2:00p (11:00a) Jackie's Joke Hunt Replay
4:00p (12:00p) The Abe Kanan Show Live From Chicago
7:00p (4:00p) Riley Martin Replay
8:00p (5:00p) Jay Thomas Replay

Sunday-Monday Morning[edit]

Time Program
12:00a (9:00p) Greg Fitzsimmons Replay
1:00a (10:00p) Bubba the Love Sponge Monday Replay
5:00a (2:00a) Monday 7pm Special Replay
6:00a (3:00a) Jackie's Joke Hunt Replay
7:00a (4:00a) The Intern Show Replay
8:00a (5:00a) The Howard Stern Show & Wrap Up Show Replay
2:00p (11:00a) Triangle-gold.gifHoward 100 News Week in Review
3:00p (12:00p) Master Tape Theatre
7:00p (4:00p) Miserable Men
11:00p (8:00p) The Intern Show Replay
12:00a (9:00p) Riley Martin Show Replay
1:00a (10:00p) Bubba the Love Sponge Tuesday Replay
5:00a (2:00a) Miserable Men Replay

Special time slot[edit]

Monday 7:00p (4:00p)[edit]

Each week a different show plays. Some shows are more established and air every month on the same week.

Program Description
The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour Red Peters hosts a musical comedy countdown
Chuck Zito's View Chuck Zito and company talk about life and their views.
Straight Talk [1] Political show hosted by Wack Packer John the Stutterer
Interview with a Porn Star[1] A parody of Inside the Actors Studio with host Richard Christy interviewing porn stars.
Total Penetration[1] New York City public access star, Paula Gloria brings her show to Howard 101.

Tuesday-Friday[edit]

Day Time Program Description
Tuesday 12:00a (9:00)p The Greg Fitzsimmons Show (Monday - Pacific Standard Time) Comedian/writer Greg Fitzsimmons interviews celebrities, takes calls, and provides insight on the 'Hollywood industry'. Progressive-leaning show.
7:00p (4:00p) Jackie's Joke Hunt Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling takes phone calls, plays 'Stump the Jokeman' and tells jokes. Each week has a specific theme.
Wednesday 12:00a (9:00p) The Riley Martin Show (Tuesday - Pacific Standard Time) Riley talks and answers questions about The Coming of Tan.
7:00p (4:00p) The Intern Show Host Steve Brandano and other interns past and present talk about their Stern experiences.
Thursday 12:00a (9:00p) Jackie's Joke Hunt replay
7:00p (4:00p) Superfan Roundtable Stern Fan Network creator Mutt host a panel discussion about the world of Howard Stern.
Friday 12:00a (9:00p) Intern Show replay

In-development programming[edit]

Some shows announced to be on Howard 101 include:

(Note: These shows are in development. Some shows may appear on a regular schedule, while others may be dropped.)

  • Basic Training, host Brent Hatley and a round table of former and active military soldiers discuss various political topics. Basic Training is usually done when the Bubba the Love Sponge show is in New York.
  • The Bitter Half, sitcom, written by Sam Simon, starring the really desperate housewives of the Howard Stern Show. Its only episode debuted on October 25, 2006.
  • The Iron Sheik Show, a show hosted by Iron Sheik with Shuli as his co-host/assistant for the first episode. The show revolved around Iron Sheik discussing past wrestling experiences, drug habits, and taking calls from listeners. Its only episode debuted on October 15, 2007.
  • The Sour Shoes Jack Off Hour, wack packer Sour Shoes takes phone calls and performs songs.
  • Kill or Be Killed, a show hosted by Sal the Stockbroker at Caroline's Comedy Club. Comedians compete against each other and face hecklers while being judged. The show first aired on June 26, 2006 with Artie Lange, Bob Levy, and Judy Gold serving as judges. A second show was recorded the first week of August for broadcast later that month. Bob Levy, Artie Lange, and Robin Quivers were the celebrity judges.
  • Lesbian Dial-a-Date, dating game for lesbians.
  • Out of the Cage, with Andrew Dice Clay, first heard on June 13, 2006.
  • The Sex Connection with Dr. Victoria Zdrok.
  • Celebrity Superfan Roundtable, celebrities discussing the Howard Stern Show. The first and so far only episode aired on October 4, 2008, and was hosted by Jeff Probst and Natalie Maines.

These shows most likely will appear on the schedule under the "Special" time slot when new shows are ready.

Canceled programming[edit]

  • The Friday Show: The Friday Show took the place of the Howard Stern Show when Stern was off on Fridays. Gary Dell'Abate and Jon Hein played popular clips of past shows. It was later replaced by Master Tape Theatre which plays entire uncensored shows from the WNBC and K-Rock eras. Now those have been replaced with the Best Of Friday show where they replay clips of the Monday through Thursday shows as a best of the week segment.
  • Tissue Time with Heidi Cortez: Model Heidi Cortez read erotic bedtime stories. It originally started as a full hour show while Stern was on terrestrial radio. Heidi took live phone calls and read stories. The show was then moved around to various time slots. When the channels officially launched it was moved to a five-minute story show at midnight and four in the morning. Later it was dropped.
  • The Crack Whore View, a parody version of The View wherein real crack whores showcased their points of view on a variety of issues. Originally aired while Stern was on terrestrial radio. Stern recently said that if they would ever put the show back on they needed to find better crack whores with more wacky views. Specifically he said: “if they can show up on time what kind of crack whores are they?”
  • Meet the Sterns, a call-in show featuring Stern's parents. Stern wanted the show to continue, but Stern’s parents said they are retired and don’t want to start a job again.
  • Drunk Scores Girls Roundtable, hosted by drunk Scores girls. Stern and cast hated the original show.
  • Meet the Shrink, in which mental health counselor Leslie Armstrong performed psychoanalysis on Wack Pack members and frequent show guests. Armstrong died on May 22, 2007.[2][3]
  • Bubba the Love Sponge Show, canceled due to failed contract negotiations. Bubba has left Sirius and is now broadcasting On RadioIO and on Cox Radio FM Stations.

Footnotes and References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Only When New.
  2. ^ Radio show aided addicts Miami Herald article from May 31, 2007 hosted on Google Groups
  3. ^ Dr. Leslie Armstrong Dead At 50... Two Weeks Ago. 06/05/07. 9:50am Marksfriggin.com recap of Howard Stern's comments on story

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