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Eric Peters “NO VETERAN WALKS ALONE”

Eric Peters is a 23 year old veteran who is walking across the US from New Jersey to California. Eric…

John Geyston on Bullying

John Geyston is well known as a martial arts expert and trainer. He shares advice to parents and kids and…

Doris Turner in the Studio

Ward 3 Alderman Doris Turner who is also head of the Sangamon county Democrats joined Ray in the studio. Discussions…

Marvins Obit of the week August 15

Marvin with the tragic story of our obit of the week live from the fair

The violence in Ferguson Missouri

Ray talks to KMOX radio/ CBS Radio reporter Michael Calhoun about the violence in Ferguson Missouri. Pretty good insight from…

Jon Gray Noll interview

Can John Hinckley be tried for Murder 33 years after shooting James Brady? Ray asks Attorney Jon Gray Noll if…

Ray Lytle and Nick Rogers on the life and legacy of Robin Williams

Ray is joined by movie reviewer/expert Nick Rogers to discuss the life and legacy of Robin WIlliams.

The Ray Lytle Show August 4 2014

Monday Show with Ray and Barb running down the things youre talking about, Is it Florida, and MORE

TIO HARDIMAN INTERVIEW FROM JULY 15 2014

Ray talked to Tio Hardiman about violence in inner city Chicago and his run for the Senate. From Jully 15…

The Ray Lytle Show Thursday June 19 2014

Ray is wearing his Pride hat and is proud of the President. Throw it out there Thursday with callers trying…

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