A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 26th May 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Stewart Jackson MP for Peterborough calls on Peterborough City Council and developers Hammerson to reconsider making progress on the North Westgate development and the Station Quarter, following years of inaction by Opportunity Peterborough.
Stewart Jackson MP for Peterborough urges Accent Nene to do a better job of consulting local people as they resubmit plans to demolish Thurston House a Victorian villa in a conservation area in order to build affordable housing units on the land.
The Save the Children charity shop in Midgate Peterborough reports a drop in donations and says that unless the situation improves they could be forced to close.
Peterborough Museum is staging an exhibition of life in medieval times from 1000 AD to 1500 AD.
A local client of PECT’s Greeniversity recounts the many benefits that have accrued to him as a result of taking their free courses in sustainability subjects. PECT reminds us that the Green Festival starts this Saturday, 29th May 2010.
The Church of England has taken it upon itself to write a trinity of prayers for the World Cup football tournament.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority has made a number of concessions to MPs who could face financial hardship when setting up their new office arrangements.
A Teletext Holidays survey reports that 46% of parents take their children out of school during term-time to gain financial advantage from much cheaper holiday rates, and that 15% of them lie when giving the reasons for this.
Jeff Stebbings from Gardening Answers magazine comes in to talk about how plants have been coping with the variable weather conditions, and gives advice on wisteria, lupins, palm trees and the “Chelsea Chop”, a technique to prolong the flowering season.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Sara Brown Peterborough Museum.
John Garton Greeniversity Client.
Karen Lawrence Peterborough Environment City Trust.
Anne Ions Save the Children Charity Shop Manager.
The Reverend Kerry Tankard.
Adrian Redmond Accent Nene.
Warren Alexander CE Association of Charity Shops.
Jeff Stebbing Gardening Answers magazine.
Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Samantha Dalton
Sport: Alex Harris
News: Suzie Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Stephanie O’Keefe