A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast Tuesday 30th March 2010.
An emergency council meeting to discuss the NHS Peterborough budget deficit was unproductive.
A local MP backs the Chair of NHS Peterborough to stay in his job for a while longer.
The government sets out proposals for a compulsory levy to pay for continuing care.
Russia mourns its bomb victims.
A Helpston teenager who overcame anorexia wants to help others.
A committee of MPs says that the Govt. strategy to combat extremism stigmatises and alienates Muslims.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee says Govt will miss its fuel poverty targets.
Tony Blair is expected to campaign for Labour in the forthcoming general election.
A rabbit welfare charity launches a Make Mine Chocolate campaign to stop people buying live rabbits.
Resident health guru looks at smoking cessation and fitness routines.
Former Olympic Torch Bearer from Park Ward Peterborough wants to do it again.
Waterstones offer book recommendations.
Gary Johnson is widely expected to replace Jim Gannon as manager of Peterborough United FC.
Darren Fower LibDem Councillor.
Anne Mitchell Rabbit Welfare Association.
Abbey Baker Beating Eating Disorders Charity.
Michael van Straten Health Guru.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Graham Lowndes 1948 Olympic Torch Bearer.
UNITE union seeks to build a strike fund.
Anna Elmore Waterstones.
Cadburys (Chocolate Egg Brands)
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Samatha Dalton
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Kerry Devine