Online dating for coast to coast am listeners

30-Apr-2018 14:33

Seems they are unwilling to tackle the tough subjects.During hours of "open phone lines", calls are taken and put on air without any screening, at least according to original host Art Bell.He was replaced by frequent guest-host George Noory, and the weekday program officially became Coast to Coast AM with George Noory by the end of 2002.Bell made another comeback in 2003, this time replacing Barbara Simpson and Ian Punnett on the weekend broadcasts.Bell's program was syndicated in 1990 as Coast to Coast AM and began airing on more stations.

The show has multiple call-in numbers, of which there are always at least five (as of 2005): for "east of the Rockies", "west of the Rockies", first-time callers, "international callers" and finally a "wild card" line.Saturdays are guest hosted when Bell is unavailable.On Saturday from 9 pm to 1 am Eastern Time, Punnett hosts Coast To Coast Live, a spin-off of the original Coast to Coast AM, covering similar topics.Since Art Bell has resumed weekend hosting from the Philippines, he has focused on scientific topics.Seems, since Coast has lost their long-time announcer to the Red Eye Radio people, the show is going dowing hill rapidly and has mad a vast departure from the initial Art Ball programming.

The show has multiple call-in numbers, of which there are always at least five (as of 2005): for "east of the Rockies", "west of the Rockies", first-time callers, "international callers" and finally a "wild card" line.Saturdays are guest hosted when Bell is unavailable.On Saturday from 9 pm to 1 am Eastern Time, Punnett hosts Coast To Coast Live, a spin-off of the original Coast to Coast AM, covering similar topics.Since Art Bell has resumed weekend hosting from the Philippines, he has focused on scientific topics.Seems, since Coast has lost their long-time announcer to the Red Eye Radio people, the show is going dowing hill rapidly and has mad a vast departure from the initial Art Ball programming.They are all announced at the beginning of each broadcast by Ross Mitchell.