South Florida Spotlite

'South Florida Spotlite' is 101.5 LITE FM's long-running signature community affairs program, airing in two half-hour segments each Sunday evening from 11:00 p.m.-12:00 mid. ET; hosted by correspondents Ashley O and Gayle Garton. 

Society & Culture


Bullying, Nutrition & Bikers Against Child Abuse

Sunday, July 24th

In segment 1, Ashley speaks with Kevin Strauss, founder of, about preventing bullying ... and nutritional expert Elizabeth Ward about the benefits of eating 'superfoods'.  In segment 2, Gayle speaks with Chopper Bob, chapter president of Bikers Against Child Abuse, about protecting victims from their homes to the courtroom.

211 Switchboard of Miami

Sunday, July 17th

Gayle speaks with Trudy Krasovic, Crisis Worker and Helpline Counselor for 211 Switchboard of Miami, about the many services they provide including help with housing, healthcare, mental health, family, transportation and more with 19 specialty lines. 

Kids Nutrition

Sunday, July 17th

Ashley speaks with Stuart Tomc, former consultant to the Chief Medical Officer of the World Health Organization, about children's nutrition, specifically what foods can make kids smarter and what nutrients are paramount to staying healthy. 

Habitat For Humanity of Broward

Sunday, July 10th

Gayle speaks with Nancy Daly, volunteer and Nancy Robin, CEO and Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Broward, about how their agency works to help people who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford a home get one with 300 hours of sweat equity and $2,000.00.  They also talk about the need for donations and volunteers and the popular Restore Store. 


Sunday, July 10th

Ashley speaks with Dr. Ammie Shunny, health expert and author, about inflammation and how it can create serious issues with health. She discusses ways you can reduce inflammation with food and with stress releasing activities. 

Miami Dade Parks Month

Sunday, July 3rd

Gayle speaks with Fanny Navarro, Miami Dade Parks Community Engagement Manager, about Park and Recreation Month and how they are celebrating. They also discuss how the parks offer summer camps for kids and 13,000 acres of green space to enjoy.

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