A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Thursday 7th January 2010.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
A Labour coup bid has failed.
Due to the inclement weather the East Anglian Ambulance Service is using four wheel drive vehicles.
A new Morrisons store is promised for Stanground as part of the Cardea development.
Plans go on display for a major expansion of Peterborough which means a township in Great Haddon.
British Phonographic Institute report record sales.
A new Royal Mail stamp issue features popular album covers.
Retailers report panic buying of milk as the bad weather continues.
Police and insurers report an increase in vehicles stolen while the owners’ defrost their cars.
Peterborough City Council shelters the homeless charitably and has plans for a night shelter in the pipeline.
The Press Officer for the Posh talks about prospective signings of new players.
Museum man relates stories of the Nene freezing over back in historical times.
Pheasant Pub in Keyston competes in Gordon Ramsey’s F-Word programme.
Vickie Burn RAC.
Andy Tatt Peterborough City Council.
Julie Rivett Housing Peterborough City Council.
John Bridge Peterborough Chamber of Commerce.
Malcolm Tarling Association of British Insurers.
Gennaro Castaldo HMV.
Dave Grunwell Highways Agency.
Phil Addenham PUFC Press Officer.
Taffeta Scrimshaw Pheasant Pub Keyston.
Stewart Orme Peterborough Museum.
Companies Mentioned: Morrisons. Cardea. Henry Davidson. Aldi. John Lewis. Next. BPI.Association of British Insurers. HMV. Pheasant Pub Keyston.