Peterborough News 20th December 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Monday 20th December 2010.

Damage to overhead power lines left passengers stranded at Peterborough train station yesterday and complaining that communications were inadequate.
Staff from Peterborough City Council, NHS Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Police and Victim Support are being given lessons in Polish and Lithuanian to help them do their job.
Retailers are targeting shoplifters in Peterborough city centre with the help of a radio link.

Trade is down due to the bad weather, but the Co-Op say the have bucked the trend.
The Bishop of Peterborough sends everyone his best wishes.
Govt is turning off analogue TV in 100 days, so some people will need to go out and buy a digibox, or alternatively give up watching television.
Cambridgeshire Police are having another go at tackling farm thefts with Operation Vandal.
Cambridgeshire Mulsims are distancing themselves from extremism in the wake of the Luton terrorism connection.
Peterborough United defender Gaby Zakuani (groin) is back in the team and hopes to get a game in shortly, weather permitting.

Weather: Another very cold day with areas of freezing fog slow to clear, but some brighter spells developing. -2C. Tonight: partly cloudy but mostly dry with clear intervals. Widespread sharp frost and icy patches. -5C.

Chris Lynn Relationship Manager C.UK (security company)
Samira Bashir Digital UK.
Leonie McCarthy Neighbourhoods Manager Peterborough City Council.
Iwona Interpreter.
David Cowan Westgate Co-Op.
Graham Burr Chairman Radio Link Scheme.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: (?)
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Alex Harris
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner