A summary of the BBC Radio Peterborough Paul Stainton Breakfast Show broadcast on Tuesday 5th January 2010.
Snow in Peterborough: a local coach driver spells out the risks.
Department of Work and Pensions confirm that eligible households will get extra cold weather payments.
Government calls for an increase in domestic food production.
The Conservatives promise to create an ombudsman to look at supermarkets if they are elected.
The Conservatives pledge their support for the institution of marriage.
The Liberal Democrats deny plans to form part of a coalition government after the election.
Peterborough Greyhound Stadium donates 100 unused turkey dinners to St Theresa’s Shelter.
A local plumber explains the details of the Government boiler scrappage scheme.
A local independent city promotional group advocates developing better overseas links.
Council reports plenty of grit as reports come in of householders trapped indoors and mail delays.
Xmas trading results come in from the high street multiples.
Norfolk Police offer training to mobility scooter riders after a spate of accidents.
Chris Sandcaster Ace Plumbing and Heating.
Andy Barham Peterborough Greyhound Stadium.
Rowen Squibb Growborough.
Tony Armstrong Live-In Streets Charity.
Andy Tatt Peterborough City Council.
Doug Stiles St Theresa’s Homeless Charity.
ACE Plumbing and Heating.
Santa Monica Development Corporation.
Hong Kong Society.
Marks & Spencer