A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 14th October 2010.
Peterborough calls itself Home of Environment Capital and makes an environmental policy pledge.
Cambridgeshire Police leave the central heating off as long as possible to save cash.
Shailesh Vara together with Cllr Holdich and school representatives will meet Govt to argue that planned work on Orton Longueville and Stanground schools should proceed, despite the Building Schools for the Future funding cut.
Peterborough has opted to have a 4 year Leader rather than an elected Mayor.
Westcombe Industries which supports disadvantaged people towards work will retain its identity and be funded.
The Rural Community Action Team have been catching illegal hare coursers earlier than usual this season.
Today is Potato Day, and local farmers are holding the line against a national trend towards pasta and rice.
Peterborough United and Notts County have each been fined £15,000 by the FA for brawling between Posh staff and Notts County staff on the touchline recently.
After a run of bad form Peterborough United need a win at home against Swindon on Saturday.
Cliff Richard is 70 and a local listener has followed his career for more than fifty years.
Jeff Stebbings Gardening Guru is tidying up ready for winter, and potting up bulbs and wallflowers for next spring.
Weather: Mostly cloudy with just the odd bright spell and staying mainly dry. 12C Tonight after a mainly cloudy start there’ll be clear periods. One or two mist patches forming. 7C. Tomorrow: rather cloudy at times but staying dry with some sunny spells.
June Over Cliff Fan.
Nick Sandford LibDem Cllr. Peterborough City Council.
Shailesh Vara MP.
PC Simon Page Rural Community Action Team.
Leslie Murfitt Littleport Farmer.
David Wheatley Coates Farmer.
Neil Darwin Director of Development Opportunity Peterborough.
Marco Cereste Leader Peterborough City Council.
Jeff Stebbings Garden Answers magazine.
Presenter: Sue Dougan
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner