A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Friday 26th March 2010.
NHS Peterborough is aiming for £27 million cuts next year to balance the books.
The local English Democrats have challenged the council’s decision to sell the Lady Lodge Arts Centre in Orton.
The Vatican slams the media over abuse allegations and the suggestion of a Papal cover-up.
BA are defiant as UNITE strike approaches. 100 academics slam Wille Walsh in The Guardian.
Anglian Water flatly deny plans to cut 80 jobs.
A national rail strike over a planned 1500 layoffs is timed for the launch of the General Election campaign.
Beekeeper workshop to be held. Hamfisted beekeepers slammed by Bee Inspector.
Gannon rallies his troops for one last desperate effort.
Earth Hour: PECT say a mass electricity turn-off is on at local venues.
Canon Cattle will be turning the Cathedral clocks forward on Sunday night as should we all.
Forces Sweetheart Susie Hutson sells her favours in a good cause.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan could buy the National Lottery.
Bishop Donald arrives and will start work in mid-April DV.
Sheila Bremner Interim CE NHS Peterborough.
Ed Murphy Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate.
Darren Fower LibDem Councillor.
Nyree Ambarchian Peterborough Environment City Trust.
Rev. Canon Richard Cattle Peterborough Cathedral.
Graham Murphy English Democrat Councillor.
Keith Morgan Regional Bee Inspector National Bee Unit The Food and Environment Research Agency.
Susie Hutson Forces Sweetheart.
Marco Cereste Chair NHS Peterborough.
Venerable Donald Spargo Bishop of Peterborough
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine