A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Thursday 8th April 2010.
The proposed increase in National Insurance contributions is an election issue for all three main parties.
Conservative leader David Cameron calls for voluntary service for all 16 year olds.
The Electoral Reform Society say that the Peterborough result in the General Election is a foregone conclusion.
MPs say better checks are needed on EU doctors working here.
Larkfleet Homes submit plans to build 460 new homes in Whittlesea.
The new Peterborough City Hospital open in November offers a virtual tour.
European Space Agency launch a craft to look at polar ice and weather patterns.
Peterborough hopes to be included in the Olympic Torch run.
ABSP announce a marathon Scrabble event on this weekend at the Newark Hotel Eastfield Road.
Open auditions will be held this weekend at the Key Theatre for “Stars Falling” by Nick Fogarty.
Dr. Ken Ritchie Electoral Reform Society.
Stuart Hamilton Resilient Services Manager Peterborough City Council.
Chris Hawkins Association of British Scrabble Players.
Nick Fogarty Composer.
Nick Sandford LibDem Parliamentary Candidate.
Ed Murphy Labour Parliamentary Candidate.
Derek Stebbing Mayor of Whittlesea.
Richard Edwards Larkfleet Homes.
Angela Broekhuizen Project Director NHS Peterborough.
Anna Elmore Waterstones Bookshop.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Samantha Dalton
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner