Has anyone ever heard of Coast to Coast am?

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Has anyone ever heard of a late night(depending where u are i guess)talk show called coast to coast am? Iv been listening to it for like 9 1/2 years now and it still interesting as it always was. The original host, Art Bell, has now retired but still hosts on the weekend i think. The current hosts r doing a great job filling his spot.

C2C Am is , I think not 100% sure, the number 1 late night talk show in, atleast North America, Maybe the world O_O . They talk about a wide variety of things like world events, current affairs. But things that usually have to do with the paranormal.

Coast to Coast Am is unique and refreshing, just thought you all should know about it, and find out whats really going on.

check the website out Coasttocoastam.com. Click Affiliates on the main page to find your local broadcaster, you wont be dissipointed....if u can stay awake that is. 10pm to like 4am PT :)
 
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If I watch a late night show, I only end up watching David Letterman's show (witch is practically all we get here on australian tv, unless you have cable tv).
 
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If I watch a late night show, I only end up watching David Letterman's show (witch is practically all we get here on australian tv, unless you have cable tv).
From the sounds of it, it's a radio talk show.

Never heard of it... The Dean Blundell Show in the morning for the win.
 
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Looks a little nutty. I'll stick to Quirks and Quarks for my radio fill, thanks.
 
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coast 2 coast ya ive heard of that, but down here we stick to 105.9 for those that dont know.......2 bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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