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Fans regarded Bell as a master showman, noting that he called his show "absolute entertainment" and expressly said he did not necessarily accept every guest or caller's claims, but only offered a forum where they would not be openly ridiculed.
Bell was one of only a few talk show hosts who did not screen incoming calls, but this changed in 2006.
However, from June to December 2006, he lived in the Philippines. Bell was always interested in radio; at the age of 13, he became a licensed amateur radio operator. He worked as a disc jockey for KSBK, which was the only non-military English-language station in Japan.Art admitted that he should have chosen New Zealand instead of the Philippines as an alternative to the USA.He said, "It was a bad choice, and I'll regret it, one day, in the near future." He subsequently stopped screening calls upon his return to the United States.He dropped out and returned to radio as a board operator and chief engineer, and had the opportunity to be on the air a few times.For several years, he worked behind and in front of the microphone.
Arthur William Bell III (June 17, 1945 – April 13, 2018) was an American broadcaster and author.