Podcasts: Special Podcasts

Special Podcasts

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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…

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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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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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The Ray Lytle Show Monday 6-24-13

Ray talks about the tightrope walk over the Grand Canyon and is afraid Barb will poison listeners with her saved…

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