Shows Hosts New Music Radar All Day, Every Day Alt-Nation has developed a device to identify and deliver the most ground breaking new music first, The Alt-Nation New Music Radar! Listen all day (every day) for the new bands and new music you need to know about. Will they be the next big thing? The Alt-18 - Most Requested Countdown! Saturdays 1 pm ET Rebroadcasts Saturdays 7 pm, Sundays 3 am, 10 am, 4 pm and 10 pm, Mondays 10 am ET We need your help in selecting the week’s 18 most-requested new alternative rock songs. Request your favourite song at AltNation@siriusxm.com, and listen as we count down the best new alternative as selected by you. Boombox Radio with Liquid Todd Saturdays 10 pm ET Rebroadcasts Wednesdays 2 am ET Join DJ Liquid Todd as he delivers two hours of your favourite alternative rock remixed and introduces you to new and cutting edge electro bands from around the globe. Madison Weekdays 6 pm - 12 am ET Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm ET Sundays 11 am - 4 pm ET Madison regrets to admit her first concert was Julian Lennon. As to being a DJ she says, "I was too ugly to be in the movies,” however Howard Stern himself has told her she’s cute. If she weren't a DJ, she'd be a babysitter... or a hooker. Her worst job? "I was a chimney sweep. God, that sucked." Jeff Regan Weekdays 6 am - 12 pm ET DJ'ing is a lot better than Jeff's former job as a hole watcher. "No joke! I had to stand outside an empty oil tank all day and write down who walked in and out of the hole." Occasionally, we call Jeff when we need someone to watch the paint dry, but mostly we take advantage of his skills on the mic. Jake Fogelnest Weekdays 12 pm - 6 pm ET Saturdays 4 pm - 10 pm ET Sundays 5 pm - 12 am ET Jake Fogelnest started Squirt TV from his bedroom in NYC at the wee age of 14. Now he's one of those random dudes making sarcastic comments on VH1’s I Love The… series. He’s written for Spin, Alternative Press and Jane magazine, directed with Spike Jonze and assistant directed for Sarah Silverman. Redman Saturdays 12 am - 3 am ET Growing up as "show man,” Redman would record and replace the radio DJ with his own chatter, which led to a career in his hometown of Minneapolis, DC and Miami. "I'm more of a producer than a DJ," Redman says of his current gig. “But I love Alt Nation and everything that it is … so I enjoy playing it."