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Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

The Ray Lytle Show 10-20-14

Ray explains why American Children are dumb and how ebola fears are proof that were getting dumber. Includes a geography…

Crazy Ebola caller

With the Public Health director in the studio Ray decided to take calls. One of the callers was a lunatic.…

Maybe the craziest call ever

There have been a lot of crazy callers to the Ray Lytle Show but this might be the best yet.…

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Candidate for Ward 4 alderman Scott McFarland

Scott McFarland announces he is running for Alderman in ward 4 and comes to visit Ray to discuss why he…

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Alderman and mayoral candidate Gail Simpson

Ward 2 alderman Gail Simpson talks about why she is running for Mayor. She also gives her thoughts on violence…

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Rodney Davis talks Syria bombing and first class flights and more

Congressman Rodney Davis who represents Illinois’ 13th district in Washington DC joined Ray on Tuesday. Davis discussed the Middle East bombing…

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Rays thoughts on the Best of Springfield voting

Ray shares his thoughts on people begging for Illinois Times Best of Springfield Voting on the FAT club. It is…

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Ray, Bella and John talk Apple Watch from 9-16-14

Ray, his daughter Bella and John Latessa discuss the ups and downs of apps and apple watches

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From drug test failure to hero. The Chris Davis Story from 9-16-14

Ray tells John the Story of Chris Davis from the Baltimore Orioles

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The Pumas Visit 9-16-14

Ray is visited by the Chatham Pumas Softball team and they have a bake sale to promote and they have…

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