A summary of the Cambridgeshire Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Tuesday 13th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Despite budget cuts, all parties are reasonably confident that a £622,000 project for a new library in Ramsey on the site of the old Grand Cinema will go ahead.
A Cambridge student with depression is on hunger strike claiming that promised benefits are six months overdue.
A BAFTA nominated filmmaker and an Addenbrookes professsor talk about a documentary film following three seriously injured Addenbrookes patients. Between Life and Death is on BBC One at 2235 BST on Tuesday 13 July 2010.
The GMB union has written to all Cambridgeshire schools contemplating academy status to ensure the safeguarding of pay and conditions.
Lode will again host the LodeStar Festival on the first weekend in September, charging only the equivalent of £11 per day.
The Prison Fellowship are appealing for people to become penpals to prisoners at Littlehay.
Parents are being warned to personally check the safety of any limousines they hire for the school proms after Cambs police found eight instances of defective vehicles in Wisbech.
Warboys is Cambridgeshire Village of the Year for the third year in a row and the Duke of Gloucester will visit the village and also Cambourne Church Centre today.
A project by Circle Anglia to build 29 of the greenest homes in Huntingdon with money from Hunts. D.C. will be launched today in Mayfield Road.
A Cambridgeshire based charity SOS Childrens Villages is expanding its work with orphams in Haiti.
Cloudy with showers or longer spells of rain. Becoming brighter and dryer during the late afternoon. Highs of 18C 64F. the pollen count is medium and so is the risk of sunburn.
Pete Reeve UKIP Cambs County Councillor.
Nick Holt Filmmaker.
Richard O’Leary GMB Union.
Prof. David Menon Head of Critical Care Addenbrookes Hospital.
Lee Brown Hungerstriker.
Sir Peter Brown Cambs CC Cabinet Member for Communities.
Doug Durrant Lode Farmer.
Natalie Cronin CEO Prison Fellowship.
Inspector Chris Skepper Cambs. Police.
Steven Kessel Warboys Parish Cllr.
Presenter: Jeremy Sallis
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Matt Hewitt
Travel: Monique Oliver