Since I work at night in a desk job, I have the chance to catch "Coast To Coast AM" fully. But, to you early risers, ones not wanting to pay for "Coast Insider," there's a station you can get through online streaming that runs the program in its entirely from 5 a.m. to 9 a,m., EST. Seven days a week.
So, if you miss the live show, or want to listen again as I often do, check out:
Talk 960. The High Desert's Talk Station. Apple Valley, California.
Live stream: http://v5.player.abacast.com/v5.1/player/index.php?uid=6018
It's a good station overnight for "Coast." But I'm still trying to fathom how a "High Desert" station is located in place that's apparently a valley that grows apples? I quit thinking about the irony of that.
Know it's one of those few streaming stations that monitors bandwidth. If you let your player run without input, it will stop the feed after an amount of time and put up a dialog: "Hello? Are you still there? We don't want to play to an empty room." Hit > OK, Let's get bad to the music."
Annoying, but anyone who can tell me how to get it playing continuously, I'm all ears. It doesn't get to me too much because I'm at my computer when I work and that player runs on a virtual desktop from my working files. But when I get up to do things sometimes, that darn bandwidth timeout cuts off the feed until I can return to my workstation and restart it.
"What if the Colorado River dries up?" -- George Noory*
*Now, that's a question that eats at me every minute of every day, folks. I get worried! Thanks to Noory's wisdom of the "what ifs" that defy logical, reason, ration. common sense or science, but assure this man has a well-paying job with such a big media company because of such "independent thinking". Now you know why good people aren't recruited, or wanted.