Podcasts: Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday February 14 2014

The FAT club with Marvins return and worries over his surgery, there is a movement to edit FOIA requests, listener…

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday February 13 2014

Throw it out there Thursday

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The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday February 12 2014

Dead or alive, notebook, Council Recap, Bad weather in the south and listener calls plus MORE

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday February 10 2014

The NFL could have its first openly gay athlete so Ray talks to former pro football players Winston Taylor and…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday February 7 2014

FAT CLUB and Marvin is back plus MORE

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday February 6 2014

Ray wonders if he should allow his 12 year old daughter to say a swear word. Barb is concerned that…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday February 3 2014

State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka, A soft drink commercial gets way too many people angry over which language we speak,…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday January 31 2014

Fat club is Superbowlerific, reporters notebook, most affordable places to live in Illinois

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday January 30 2013

Ray talks about the weather in the south and talks to a woman named Kimberly who is  originally from Illinois…

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