BBC Radio Peterborough Breakfast Show summary for Thursday 18th March 2010
300 jobs have been saved after plans to close the Peterborough Land Registry were shelved.
Four hospital wards in Peterborough are closed due to an outbreak of the winter vomiting virus.
Local JobSeeker claimant numbers rise but Peterborough wins £1.5 million for job creation.
Three quarters of UK Universities face budget cuts.
Cornish sea shanty singers sign for Lady GaGa’s record label.
Forest manager says ex-PUFC player George Boyd needs fitness and has a lot to learn.
Local PUFC fans walk to Nottingham via pubs for Free Kicks Foundation charity.
Rare birds spotted locally.
Waterstones recommend best books to buy.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Chris Wilkinson Director of Nursing NHS Peterborough.
Richard Astle Greater Peterborough Partnership.
Malcolm Dawson HR Director Land Registry.
Victoria Dyke Public and Commercial Services Union.
Dr Alastair Hunter University and College Union.
Mike Weedon Birdwatching Magazine.
John Warren Falmouth Shout Shanty Singers.
Dave Murray Chair Peterborough Campaign for Real Ale.
Nilesh Patel PUFC fan and Charity Walker.
Anna Elmore Waterstones.
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.
Cross Keys Homes.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: John Symes
News: Susie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine