Peterborough News 21st September 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Tuesday 21th September 2010.

There is some concern over the fact that the unused A16 bypass is currently still being lit overnight.
Tomorrow has been designated a car free day in Peterborough as part of the City Council’s Travelchoice Week. Various incentives are on offer.
The Mayoral Variety Show is on this Saturday at Voyager School.

The Shell petrol station at Ortongate was robbed on Sunday.
15,000 chickens died in a fire in Marshland St James.
Craft jewellery with a stated value of £5000 was taken from a stall at the Burghley Horse Trials.
A company called Calm a Baby is opening an aquatic centre for babies in October at the Botolph Bridge Estate on Oundle Road.
Wood Green Animal Centre promote the rehoming of greyhounds with a “wedding ceremony” between two dogs.
Speedway: Peterborough Panthers lost to Coventry in the Elite League semi-final.
POSH host Swansea tonight in the League Cup Third Round. 19:45 kick-off.
The resident health guru is currently in hospital awaiting an operation.
Andy has a quick chat with LibDem Chris Huhne.

Weather: Early mist or fog patches soon clearing to leave a fine day, with sunny spells and some patchy cloud. 20C 68F.

David Sanders Peterborough City Cllr.
Alison Duff Calm a Baby.
Teresa Wood Peterborough City Council.
Peterborough Panthers Speedway Team Boss Trevor Swales.
Michael van Straten Health Guru.
Barry Kirk Transportation Manager Peterborough City Council.
Chris Sharp POSH Commentator.
Nicola Tyler Wood Green Animal Centre.
Keith Sharp Mayor.
MC Mixy.
Chris Huhne Liberal Democrat Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.

Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Steve Fakes
News: Emma McLean
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine