The BBC Radio Peterborough Paul Stainton’s Breakfast Show summary for Monday 22nd March 2010.
The Prison Officers Association expresses concern over weapons in prison after an unpopular inmate was attacked in Frankland prison.
Peterborough City Council backs plans to hand over libraries, museums, sports facilities and the Key Theatre to a charitable trust.
BA disruption continues as the cabin crew strike is ongoing.
Supermarkets are criticised after new research shows alcopops are being targeted for alcohol promotions.
Gordon Brown will promise superfast broadband for all by 2020 and pledge to put more Government services on line.
A great weekend reported for Sport Relief locally.
Steven Byers MP et al have been accused of exploiting influence for cash.
According to the BBC Further Education colleges face budget cuts.
Rumours persist that the Peterborough United FC bus failed to turn up for the Forest game.
Nick Sandford Peterborough City Cllr. and LibDem PPC.
Scott Beasley Community Sports Development Officer Peterborough City Council.
Matthew Lee Peterborough City Cllr. and Deputy Leader and Cabinet member for Environment Capital and Culture.
Steve Thorpe Free Kicks Foundation and Charity Walker.
Nilesh Patel PUFC fan and Charity Walker.
Glyn Travis Prison Officers’ Association.
Mark Leech Converse.
Toby Earle TV Easy Magazine.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: John Symes
News: Gabrielle Grindrod
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine