The BBC Radio Peterborough Paul Stainton’s Breakfast Show summary for Thursday 25th March 2010.
Shelter report a shortage of affordable housing in Peterborough. The Council outlines its strategy.
The public reacts to the news that Jim Gannon will not renew his contract at Peterborough United FC.
Changes to stamp duty in the Budget could benefit the local property market.
The new Bishop of Peterborough the Venerable Donald Spargo Allister MA will be consecrated today.
Talks between Network Rail and the RMT are ongoing to avert a strike.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue have determined to prosecute hoax callers at a younger age.
Stilton and its Cheese Rollers receive an award for excellence from the Visit England Campaign.
A Wurzel laments the Budget cider tax rise.
Local character Viker Biker is back after his fall and has a new Yamaha Dragstar 1100.
Karen Stalbow Shelter.
Martin Fitzjohn Fitzjohn Ingle.
Derek Williams Bishop’s Administrator Diocese of Peterborough.
Anne Keogh Housing Strategy Manager Peterborough City Council.
Ady Mowles Chair Peterborough Independent Supporters’ Association.
Nicky Nicholl Visit England Campaign.
Mark Slater Viker Biker and Spoondini.
Tom Banner The Wurzels.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Alex Harris
News: Gabrielle Grindrod
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Kerry Devine