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Raw Dog Comedy

Raw Dog
Broadcast area United States
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 99
First air date January 19, 2004
Format Uncensored Comedy Programming / Stand-Up
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website Sirius XM: Raw Dog

Raw Dog is an uncensored comedy station on Sirius XM Radio channel 99, replacing XM Comedy on channnel 150 on November 12, 2008. Raw Dog plays uncensored comedy programming and stand-up from various comedians. It also features The Jim Breuer Show and The Wise Guy Show.



Eastern Time Show About Pacific Time
12pm–3pm Bennington 9am-12pm
4pm-6pm Jim Breuer Unleashed Jim Breuer's daily show (Cancelled, now Fridays w/ Breuer) 1pm-3pm
11:15pm Getting Late Mark Says Hi! interviews comedians, actors, writers and artists 8:15pm
6pm-7pm (Wednesdays) Sounds From Space w/ Fake Carl Sagan Host Fake Carl Sagan talks with celebrities, talks about space facts, and plays alternative comedy. 3pm-4pm
12pm-1pm (Saturdays) Comedy By Request Weekend Edition w/ Oscar the Cat Comedy by Request show with "host" Oscar the Cat 9am-10am
10pm (Saturdays) Big 80's The best 80s Stand Ups 7pm
11:30pm (Saturdays) The Sketch Show The best sketches comedy has to offer with the hottest hosts and biggest names as musical guests. 8:30pm
12:00am (Mondays) Mark Says Hi!'s Alternative Comedy It's like a once-great alternative music video show, only there's no videos and it's now-great. 9pm

Off hours programming feature non-stop roll of play list stand-up comedians.

External links

  • Sirius Raw Dog
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