No mention that they are just replaying parts one and two of an old "special" from 2007-8 that has already been replayed in the summers of 2008-9. Honesty at its finest. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ho...resent-the-history-of-howard-stern-2015-07-02 Howard Stern and SiriusXM to Present "The History of Howard Stern" NEW YORK, July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Howard Stern and SiriusXM today announced that "The History of Howard Stern," a two-week in-depth audio biography that offers an unprecedented celebration and rare behind-the-scenes look at the life, career and achievements of Howard Stern, will air on Howard Stern's exclusive SiriusXM channels, Howard 100 and Howard 101 beginning Monday, July 6. "The History of Howard Stern" will take listeners – "superfans" who have listened for decades and the many new listeners who have joined recently as Howard has grown – through the struggle to become #1 in radio and beyond, up to the moment he left FM for satellite radio. The special will feature extensive audio from Howard Stern's personal vault, as well as exclusive commentary from Howard Stern, The Howard Stern Show Staff, friends, family, former colleagues and celebrities who have witnessed Stern's rise to superstardom firsthand including David Letterman, Ben Stiller, Rosie O'Donnell, Dave Grohl, Alec Baldwin, Robert Duvall, Quentin Tarantino, Jeff Probst, Tom Arnold, William Shatner, Kathy Griffin, Howie Mandel, Gene Simmons, Sarah Silverman, Ivan Reitman, Paul Giamatti, Ozzy Osbourne, and more. "The History of Howard Stern" program highlights include: Howard's recordings as a child with his family at his father's recording studio. Howard's early work at WRNW Westchester, WCCC Hartford,W4 Detroit, DC-101 Washington, DC and WNBC New York. Howard's Saturday night television show The story behind "Baba Booey" Howard's appearance as Fartman at the MTV Video Music Awards Howard's first book Private PartsHoward's 1994 candidacy for Governor of New York Howard's 1997 movie Private PartsHoward signing with Sirius and leaving terrestrial radio "The History of Howard Stern" will air on Howard 100 and 101 starting on Monday, July 6. The broadcast will also be available through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com. The entire special will be available on demand starting on July 4. For more information on SiriusXM, please visit www.siriusxm.com. UPDATE: Sirius released the schedule, shortened, censored versions of the original four plus some new sanitized material on the last day. The History of Howard Stern Starting Monday, July 6th at 7 am ET, and running through Friday, July 17th, tune into The History of Howard Stern on Howard 100 and Howard 101. Whether you're a die-hard superfan, or new to the Howard world, you'll want to tune in for the ultimate journey of the man who redefined broadcasting. Hear extensive audio from Howard's personal vault, plus exclusive commentary form Howard, celebrities and family who have witnessed Stern's meteoric rise to superstardom firsthand. Binge listeners: You can listen to The History of Howard Stern in its entirety On Demand starting Saturday, July 4th! See below for summaries of each day. Day 1: July 6 The History of Howard Stern special starts with the early years. Hear about Howard's childhood and early interest in radio, his time at WTBU at Boston University, and then his early jobs in radio -- WRNW in Westchester, WCCC in Hartford and WWWW in Detroit. Day 2: July 7 Howard goes to Washington! The King of All Media heads to DC-101 in Washington D.C., where he meets Robin Quivers and hires Fred Norris. Continue on with Howard to WNBC in New York, where Howard meets Pig Virus, brings Gary Dell'Abate on board, appears on Late Night with David Letterman, and then is ultimately fired. Day 3: July 8 Howard signs with K-Rock in New York City, debuting on Nov. 18, 1985. The signing leads to a ratings spike at K-Rock, and on Feb. 18, 1986, The Howard Stern Show moves to mornings. Jackie "The Jokeman" Martling is hired, and Howard appears on The Late Show with Arsenio Hall. Day 4: July 9 The Howard Stern Show returns to Washington D.C. on Sept. 29, 1988. We hear Stuttering John's first interview, Jackie's first walkout, and the arrival of Billy West. The Channel 9 show launches in July 1990, and later that month, "Baba Booey" is born. Day 5: July 10 Howard's show is syndicated in L.A. starting in July, 1991, and Howard asks Gary to "Repeat after me ..." On April 13, 1992, Howard delivers an on-air tribute to Sam Kinison. Syndication later continues on to Chicago, and Howard announces the Fartman movie on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Day 6: July 13 The King of All Media moves to publishing, releasing Private Parts. Shortly after the book's release, Howard Stern launches his campaign for governor. Day 6 concludes with the announcement of the Private Parts movie. Day 7: July 14 Howard continues his TV takeover, as The Howard Stern Show debuts on E! on June 17, 1994. Howard begins syndicating to Boston and Hartford, and Sal the Stockbroker pranks Gary. Day 8: July 15 We look back at the shooting of Private Parts, including the memories of Jenna Jameson walking around naked on set. Meet Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf and The Jesus Twins, and wrap up Day 8 with the Private Parts world premiere at Madison Square Garden. Day 9: July 16 Satellite radio? Howard talks about it on the show, shortly before Jackie's six-week walkout. We witness the arrival of Benjy Bronk, the departure of Steve Grillo, and the interviews of several Hollywood A-listers, including Robert Duvall, George Clooney and James Caan. And, it's time: The Gary Love Tape, Parts 1 and 2. Day 10: July 17 Hear what was arguably Dave Grohl's most famous performance, his live, acoustic rendition of Everlong. Jackie Martling leaves the show, and Howard sets out to find a new comedian for the Jackie chair. Enter: Artie Lange. Stuttering John leaves for the Tonight Show, Sal Governale and JD Harmeyer are hired, and Howard makes the decision to sign with Sirius Satellite Radio.