Celebrate Earth Day With Specials From Al Roker, Disney + More

Earth Day

This year, SiriusXM is providing the soundtrack to your Earth Day on Friday, April 22nd and beyond with specials across music, talk, and entertainment. You’ll hear from stars like Al Roker and MOBY on the importance of environmentalism, and children’s programming will inspire even the youngest listeners to go green.

Broadcast Schedule (all times ET)

Today Show Radio

On TODAY Show Radio (Ch. 108), weatherman Al Roker takes a look at the effects of climate change and conservation efforts in 2021 during Going Green with Al Roker. Hear from celebrity environmental advocates and leading scientists for an important discussion about the future of our planet. Guests include Dr. Ignatius Rigor, a climatologist at the Polar Science Center; Amy Holman with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Jennifer Hayes, a National Geographic photographer; UN climate ambassador and Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir; and co-authors and documentary filmmakers Laurie David and Heather Reisman. Hear the special anytime below.

Disney Hits

Disney Hits (Ch. 302) is celebrating Earth Day with songs about earth-related themes. Enjoy classic favorites touching on elements like the sea (“Under The Sea”) or the wind (“Colors Of The Wind”) and many more with our Extra Magic Hours feature. Stream this Earth Day special anytime now on the SiriusXM app.


VOLUME (Ch. 106) on Friday, April 22nd at 12 pm and 9 pm, as well as Sunday, April 24th at 1 pm and 7 pm and Monday, April 25th at 6 pm.

Kids Place Live

Kids Place Live (Ch. 78) to hear a special episode of National Geographic Kids’ Weird But True! show all about trash and plastic — interspersed with trash-related songs! It’s the perfect way to get young ones thinking green.

Doctor Radio

On Saturday, April 23rd, Doctor Radio (Ch. 110)‘s About Our Kids and Health and Nutrition shows will both feature Earth Day-themed episodes, from talking to kids about the environment to edible flowers and foraging to NYU’s Horticultural Therapy program.