The BBC Radio Peterborough Paul Stainton’s Breakfast Show summary for Friday 19th March 2010
Freemans have asked Peterborough City Council to accept three million pounds in settlement of the outstanding lease on their empty factory.
The Shire Horse Show starts tomorrow at the East of England Showground in Peterborough.
The old Fifth Avenue nightclub building is up for sale at £1.5 million through Budworth Hardcastle.
Sport Relief Weekend begins in a variety of ways at the Queensgate Centre.
A Spring Equinox Party is being held at 19:00 at the Brewery Tap tonight.
Two locals have been charged following the sudden death of a Bretton man.
Six social workers have been sacked at Birmingham City Council after a critical Ofsted report.
The National Audit Office predicts further disruption to the student loan system this year.
PUFC fans are walking steadily towards the Nottingham Forest ground in aid of the Free Kicks Foundation.
BA is in talks with UNITE to avert the threatened three day cabin crew strike.
Augean will appeal against the decision to prevent them dumping radioactive waste in Kingscliffe.
Andrew Edwards Head of Strategic Property Peterborough City Council.
Elspeth Ross Shirehorse Centre Sacrewell Farm.
Daniel Broccoli Britaly Travel.
Rowen Squibb Growborough.
Kelly Mills and Luke Payne Spring Equinox Organisers.
Colin Parnell Federation of Small Businesses.
Steve Thorpe Free Kicks Foundation.
Stacey Rice Miss Peterborough Contestant.
Scott Beasley Ferry Meadows Charity Race Organiser.
Mark Kerr and Mike Fears Peterborough Saxons Football Team.
Student Loans Company.
East of England Showground.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Alex Harris
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine