BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Tuesday 16th March 2010
Council leaders answer Members’ questions about their spending on consultants.
Scheme launched to provide needle bins for drug users around the town after churchyard problems.
Central Park Tea Rooms are open for business.
Health guru cautions against vitamins.
Orton Wistow Rocker releases album for charity.
Peterborough United big news day. Chairman will speak following talks with manager..
Kidnapped Oldham boy found safe and well in Pakistan.
National Gamete Donation Trust targets sports fans in donation drive.
The Cheltenham Festival is underway.
Mike Fletcher Cllr. and Chairman Sustainable Growth Scrutiny Committee.
Karen Kibblewhite Safer Peterborough Partnership.
Vincent Terranova Buttercross Tea Rooms.
Michael van Straten Health Guru.
Father David Jennings All Souls Geneva Street.
Paddy Power Bookmaker.
Paul Johnson Sheffield-based Peterborough United Fan and owner of Brian the Pig.
Pip Morris National Gamete Donation Trust.
Mick Fry (aka Mich Cochrane) Orton Wistow Rocker.
Companies mentioned: Boss Micro.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Chris Osborne
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine