A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 23rd June 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Stewart Jackson MP welcomes Budget proposals but will ask again for Peterborough to benefit from National Insurance relief for start-up businesses in order to reduce high unemployment in the city.
It is still unclear why Cathedral Square fountain maintenance costs have doubled from the original estimate but a councillor staunchly defends them.
BGL Group in Orton Southgate are celebrating the World Cup and raising money for charity by charging workers to watch the game live and wear the shirt to work.
Eastern Angles theatre group are writing a play about Oundle Road tramp Nobby. Nobby anecdotes welcome to platformpeterborough at yahoo.co.uk
A Conservative councillor and the PCSU representative argue about the Budget.
The chef at the Brewers Fayre Hampton agrees with health guru Michael van Straten that fresh is best.
Former England goalkeeper David Seaman currently busy with the Yahoo Penalty Shootout takes time to talk about the Big Match.
Details are sparse on the Peterborough Festival which starts this weekend but published information should be available shortly on the brand new Vivacity website. Note: Vivacity have not got their act together on this: Here is the link for more details.
Harnessing the full power of the BBC studio facilities Radio Cambridgeshire have produced the definitive version of I Believe for Capello and the Boys.
Father David Jennings calling from Italy sends England his best wishes.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Faith McMath PR BGL Group Orton Southgate.
Gavin Elsey Cabinet Member for Regional and Business Engagement Peterborough City Council.
Angus Ellis PCSU Union.
Kate Hall Eastern Angles.
David Seaton Cabinet Member for Resources Peterborough City Council.
Father David Jennings St Peter and All Souls Church Peterborough.
Cory Henderson Chef Brewers Fayre Hampton.
David Seaman ex-PUFC and England Goalkeeper.
Geoff Stebbings Garden Answers Magazine.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray