BBC Peterborough March 17th 2010

BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Wednesday 17th March 2010

BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Wednesday 17th March 2010

Kingscliffe protestors celebrate as Augean’s plans to dump radioactive waste nearby are rejected.
Peterborough’s Greeniversity holds it’s first awards celebration.
Southfields Nursery may be under threat as the Infant and Junior Schools merge.
Thinktank REFORM say thousands of hospital beds should be axed.
An Opportunity Peterborough consortium launches a Google Earth project mapping local green assets.
The Association of Head Teachers calls for methadrone to be banned.
Writing in the Lancet a GP calls for a lifting of the ban on ward flowers and on sitting on hospital beds.
Peterborough United await Jim Gannon’s decision on his contract offer.
Tesco are promoting black lager on St Patricks Day.

Ben Smith Northamptonshire County Cllr.
Nyree Ambarchian and Karen Lawrence PECT.
Sarah Rourke Southfields Nursery.
Trevor Gibson Director of Environment Capital Opportunity Peterborough.
Jonathan Lewis Assistant Director for Resources Peterborough City Council.
Mick McGiven Guinness Store House Dublin.
Michael Murray Parkway Club Lincoln Road
James Wigham Tesco.
Matthew Kirk Kingscliffe WasteWatchers.
Ady Mowles PISA.
Steve Thorpe PUFC fan.
Jeff Stebbings Gardening Guru.

Companies mentioned:
Opportunity Peterborough.
Green Ventures.
Royal Haskoning.
Anglian Water.
Environment Agency.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine