Peterborough News 22nd September 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 22nd September 2010.

Peterborough City Council says it is planning for budget cuts of £9-12 million pounds next year.
48 GPs locally earn more than £100,000 pa. but few are willing to argue with that.
Today has been designated a car-free day in Peterborough and it remains to be seen what impact that may have.

Cambridgeshire County Council have published their expenditure figures well in advance of a Govt deadline of January 2011 but the format leaves them open to the charge of obscurantism.
Everyone is looking forward to Vince Cable’s speech today at the LibDem conference as he is widely expected to launch a tirade against capitalism.
A company called Paddy Power plans to open a bookmakers shop in Midgate in the centre of Peterborough.
Thorney Rugby Club received a day’s coaching from Wales and Wasps coach Sean Edwards as a competition prize.
Peterborough United FC lost to Swansea in the League Cup, but many feel that decisions went against them.
The resident gardening guru talks tomatoes, and says buy wallflowers now ready for the Spring.

Weather: Fine and dry across Peterborough with plenty of warm sunshine, but some patchy cloud developing. 24C 75F.

Roy Lilley NHS Commentator.
Paddy Power Bookmaker.
John Reynolds Cabinet Member for Resources and Infrastructure Cambs CC.
Marco Cereste Leader Peterborough City Council.
Dr Koneru Prasad Westwood Clinic.
Damien Atkinson Thorney Rugby Club.
Ady Mowles Posh Fan.
Nick Sandford Peterborough Liberal Democrats.
Jeff Stebbings Gardening Guru.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Emma McLean
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Kerry Devine