A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Wednesday 13th January 2010.
Haiti Earthquake: eye-witness accounts report hundreds of thousands dead.
Royal United Services Institute predicts cuts to the military budget.
The Conservative Party says that measuring alcohol in units is misleading.
Google is considering pulling out of China after a spate of hacking attempts.
Thomas Deacon Academy saves thousands by turning off computers when not in use.
A ban on bearded boxers prompts a protest from Sikhs and Muslims.
VAT goes back up to 17.5%.
Stewart Jackson MP describes a week in the life of a member of Parliament.
Peterborough City Council has a cheap white goods scheme for claimants.
Peterborough City Council youth art projects decribed..
A new electric sports car is launched by Radical Sports Cars.
The retreat of the snow and ice reveals the full extent of a major litter problem.
Local RSPCA reports a rise in the number of abandoned animals.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Rachel Wolf World Vision.
Jan Richardson Peterborough Business Club and MD Total Promotions.
Mike Hyde Radical Sports Cars.
Dr Indijit Singh Federation of Sikh Organisations.
Dr Roger Musson British Geological Survey.
Anthony James Hair & Beauty Cowgate.
Martin Byford-Rue IT Manager Thomas Deacon Academy.
Ian Yates Peterborough City Council Recycling Project Fengate.
Nick Mason Peterborough City Council Arts.
Mike Heath Peterborough City Council.
Sophie Wilkinson RSPCA.
Peterborough Business Club.
Anthony James Hair and Beauty.
Radical Sports Cars.