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Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday January 28 2014

UIS spends a lot of money to decide that status quo is good enough, Ray talks with Ward 6 Alderman…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday January 27 2014

Ray recaps the Grammys. Would you voluntarily get the flu for 3000 dollars? What is your cold weather comfort food?…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday January 24 2014

Ray and John with the FAT club talk about the worst people you meet in every bar and answer the…

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday January 23 2014

Ray talks to Lincoln Liberty party candidate for The 13th district of the House Josh Dill, John and Ray talk…

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The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday January 22 2014

Ray is ready to move south, How to make your best employees quit, The Council Recap covers a zoning issue…

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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday January 21 2014

Ray and John talk about a man who has the odd choice of fulfilling his fantasy in exchange for never…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday January 20 2014

Richard Sherman of the Seahawks makes post game comments that freak out the easily scared, Marvin still cant forgive the…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday January 17 2014

The Fat Club with a list of the Worst People you meet in Restaurants, Marvins Garage Sale Previews, Law and…

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Author Steve Cox on Rusell Johnson “The Professor” from Gilligan’s Island

  Steve Cox is the co author of The book “Here on Gilligans Isle”. He co wrote the book with…

Nick Rogers talks Oscar Nominations

Nick Rogers joins Ray to discuss the Oscar Nominations and snubs From Thursday Jan 16

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