Podcasts: Special Podcasts

Special Podcasts

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The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday July 24 2013

The President was in Galesburg and Ray is wondering if maybe nobody told the President that he cant run for…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday 7-22-13

David Ober the developer of the new Outlet Mall coming to Springfield tells Ray about the upcoming construction in Springfield,…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday 7-19-13

Marvin Joins Ray for FAT club news and the Garage Sale previews. Then the whole show goes to hell as…

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday 7-18-13

Ray discusses the outrage over the Rolling Stone Cover and how he doesn’t get it. Barb is happy about something…

Mayor Mike Houston joins the Ray Lytle Show on 7/17/2013

The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday July 17 2013

Mayor Mike Houston joins Ray for his first LIVE on air interview after the revelations of the Ch. 20 shred…

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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday July 16 2013

Ray discusses the shredding cover up and investigation with Calvin Christian who recently won a lawsuit against the city regarding…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday 7-15-13

CBS legal Analyst Andrew Cohen joins Ray to talk about the after effect of the Zimmerman trial, Dean Olsen of…

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday 7-11-13

Park board member Gray Noll and movie reviewer Nick Rogers

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The Ray Lytle SHow Wednesday 7-10-2013

The Council recap with Ray and Alex leads to an open meetings act discussion with attorney Don Craven, The Governor…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday July 8 2013

Governor Quinn is a BSer and Ray loves proving it, Kaleigh Friend from the Food bank stops by to visit,…

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