BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Monday 15th March 2010
Following a controversial deselection, the replacement Conservative candidate for Walton ward sets out his stall.
The Lady Stern review of the handling of rape cases recommends improvements.
Peterborough United win away after a 29 week drought.
100th anniversary of the founding of Rolls Royce.
Exorbitant parking charges noted at Peterborough Railway Station.
Following closure dereliction and fire, council plans to sell off Lady Lodge Arts Centre to a private care home.
Local newspaper uses Cathedral image to advertise Mexican restaurant.
Adam Barker prospective Conservative ward councillor for Walton.
Lisa Longstaff Women against Rape.
Graham Simmons Aviation Historian.
Guy Dangerfield Passenger Focus.
Kate Elmy NHS Peterborough.
DCI Melanie Dales Cambridgeshire Police.
Peter Lloyd Chairman Posh Supporters’ Trust.
Andrew Edwards Head of Strategic Property Peterborough City Council.
Toby Earl TV Easy Magazine.
Companies mentioned: Peterborough Evening Telegraph. Rolls Royce.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: John Symes
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine