A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Monday 29th March 2010.
Parishioners outraged at the granting of a lap-dancing licence for Pulse 8 Nightclub Geneva Street next door to the St Peters and All Souls RC Church.
Red Cross call for volunteers to befriend hospital patients.
Ferry Meadows shortlisted for a National Picnic Award.
More teams wanted for the Dragon Boat Race.
Speculation on who will succeed Jim Gannon as manager of Peterborough United FC.
Tories promise to shelve a proposed 1% rise in National Insurance.
Peers report a possible backlash if the digital radio switchover proceeds as is.
Safer Peterborough Partnership comments on the current methadrone furore.
New expenses rules for MPs are expected to be announced today.
The BA cabin crew strike continues.
There are ACAS talks today to try to avert a planned national rail strike.
Posh Legends charity match planned for 19:30pm on 30th April 2010 thanks to Kingfisher Cars.
Father David Jennings St Peters and All Souls Church Geneva Street.
Susan Taylor Nene Park Trust.
Sarah Hall Red Cross.
Karen Kibblewhite Community Safety and Substance Misuse Officer Safer Peterborough Partnership.
Lindsay Newton East Anglian Children’s Hospice.
Wayne Fitzgerald Owner Angels Table Dancing Club and former owner of Pulse 8 nightclub
Swamp Donkey Posh.net.
Toby Earle TV Easy magazine.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: John Symes
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine