A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 24th June 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Opinions are divided on whether a dispersal order is absolutely necessary to control anti-social behaviour in Orton Goldhay.
Council has plans to stop up a road in Castor currently occupied by travellers, when land ownership, means of access to farm fields, and service issues have been fully established.
The theatre in the Voyager School will double up as a cinema with bargain prices to rival the Showcase. Other live events may be moved there from the Cresset Theatre currently threatened with closure.
Peterborough’s Got Talent in Central Park will clash with the England v Germany World Cup game.
The World’s Fittest Man visits the Eco-Schools Show at the East of England Showground.
There is still no final figure for the rising cost of maintaining the fountains in Cathedral Square.
Demetrios Demetriou from Stavros Flatley is looking forward to closing the first day of the Peterborough Festival.
Government is consulting with millions of public sector workers to identify areas of waste for cutting.
Sports Lounge will once again close King Street for the England v Germany game on Sunday.
Waterstones on Bridge Street showcase a wide variety of tennis-related books during Wimbledon Fortnight.
Sgt Simon Goldsmith Cambridgeshire Police.
Graham Murphy English Democrat Cllr. Peterborough City Council.
Dave King Peterborough Festival Organiser.
Demetrios Demetriou Stavros Flatley.
John Holdich Conservative Cllr. Peterborough City Council.
Sally Foster Manager Goldhay Community Centre.
Naga Odedra Viran Supermarket Orton Goldhay.
Simon Baker Sports Lounge.
Louise Hill Voyager School.
Anna Elmore Waterstones Bookshop.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Andy Burrows
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Law