A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 1st July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Budget cuts mean that privatising prisoner rehabilitation as currently being trialled in Peterborough could go nationwide.
Rampant weed growth in the River Nene during the hot weather hampers angling and is being addressed. Tacklefest has been postponed to September. Peterborough City Rowing Club Junior Regatta was cancelled.
MacMillan Cancer hold their annual Frog Race at Peterborough Greyhound Stadium tonight. These are giant plywood frogs tethered to a JCB and operated from a gantry by teams of five.
Peterborough City Council has plans for a new skate bowl in Werrington.
NHS East of England deny that service cuts will be used to reduce the deficit when Hinchinbrooke Hospital is franchised out to a private company.
There will be a meeting tonight in Yaxley to discuss plans to install travellers’ pitches locally.
Peterborough United FC start pre-season training and the new shirts go on sale at the club today.
Discussion continues on what is a reasonable cost for maintaining the fountains in Cathedral Square.
Peterborough Panthers Coach Curtis Cruickshank celebrates Canada Day. They start training again in September.
Hunstanton SeaLife Centre has sharks and is open all the year round.
Thh BBC is getting on with cutting the pay of top executives and other highly-paid individuals.
Most places will have a fine and dry day with sunny spells, Top temperature 24C. Tonight cloudy with outbreaks of rain, some heavy for a time. Muggy.
Toby Eccles Social Finance.
Tom Jefford Chair Cambridgeshire Criminal Justice Board.
Ken Wade Angler.
Tony Matthew Swimming Pool Services Wisbech.
Curtis Cruickshank Coach Peterborough Panthers Ice-Hockey Team.
Nigel Atkins SeaLife Centre Hunstanton.
Emma Green Retail Manager Peterborough United FC.
Nick Harding Planning Manager Peterborough City Council.
John ? Environment Agency.
Michael Scotney MacMillan Funding Committee.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston