Podcasts: Special Podcasts

Special Podcasts


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,…


The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday July 3 2013

The Council Recap has the Mayor telling an Alderman he has no idea what he just said, Representative Brandon Phelps…


From 7-2-13 Orlando Shaw and his 22 kids

 This is the single most talked about segment on the Ray Lytle Show from last week. Enjoy meeting Orlando Shaw


The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday July 2 2013

Ray talks to a lobbyist from the NRA about the Governor Quinn Amendatory Veto of the Concealed Carry bill, We…


The Ray Lytle Show Monday July 1 2013

Ray hates waking up early, talks Fireworks and has some fun with Sangamon County clerk Joe Aelio, Alderman Joe McMenamin…


The Ray Lytle Show Friday June 28 2013

Bodine joins Ray, Marvin and John in the FAT club, an interns last day, Fireworks discussion and the best gender…


The Ray Lytle Show Thursday June 27 2013

Representative Rich Braur calls the show, Rays advice for Paula Deen, Zimmerman trial witness uses the word CRACKER, Steven Westerfield…


Ray Lytle Show 6-26-13

The Ray Lytle Show from Wednesday June 26 2013 Doma is overturned, The Council recap is on the air and…


The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday June 25th, 2013

Paula Deen-centric show, Alderman Steve Dove talks development on West Jefferson, Scotty Pippen has a run in with an autograph…

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