A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 11th August 2010.
A Peterborough woman sent away from the Walk In Centre with a diagnosis of allergic reaction died the following day from a flesh-eating bug.
The final scrapping of the migrant impact fund will cost Peterborough £168,000 this year and twice that amount overall. Peterborough continues to target rough sleeping by migrants with the appointment of two extra staff to that task but English teaching places will be cut back.
St Anthony Catholic Church in Fletton has suddenly been declared unsafe to the disappointment of the Italian congregation who may have to travel up to Geneva Street where All Souls have offered an Italian Mass.
The Racial Equality Council says that reported hate crimes are on the rise in Peterborough.
Ramadan starts today and Muslims will fast during the long daylight hours.
A local serviceman recounts his experiences of working on HMS Chatham in the Gulf of Aden targeting Somalian pirates.
Peterborough United FC had a convincing 4-1 win against Rotherham in the Carling Cup and an injury to Posh striker Aaron McLean is less serious than expected.
A report of explosive noises from a green wheelie-bin in Fletton is a source of scientific speculation.
Jeff Stebbings discusses courgette recipes and tomato woes.
Dry and starting sunny. Further sunshine at times this afternoon but it will become cloudier with a chance of a few light showers later. 20C 68F.
Anthony Davis Migrant Impact Fund Programme Director Peterborough City Council.
Lucia Serluca Peterborough City Cllr.
Steve Hammond Bereaved Son-in-Law.
Ansar Ali Secretary Jamia Ghousia Mosque.
Dave Ansell Naked Scientist.
Bob Burrows Posh Expert.
Luke Tapp HMS Chatham Crew.
Father David Jennings All Souls Church.
Jeff Stebbings Garden Answers Magazine.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Andy Burrows
Travel: Justine Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Kerry Devine