Peterborough News 28th July 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 28th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

Problem drinking in parts of Woodston have led to a public drinking ban. Two Peterborough councillors say the problem is far more widespread and a street drinking ban for the whole of Peterborough is needed.
Following a debate about the planned demolition of Thurston House the Leader of Peterborough City Council has invited Stewart Jackson MP to come up with an alternative housing strategy for Peterborough.
Parnwell residents worry that traffic using a new Stobart depot will make life unbearable for them.

The Youth International Fly Fishing Championship is on at Grafham Water.
A Peterborough musician wants to open a school of rock and is seeking a suitable venue.
A professor from Aberdeen University has completed a survey on biting Scots midges and concludes that they prefer some people to others. This may be hereditary.
An item on beer mat flipping concludes with an interview with the World Champion.

Sunny spells but rather cloudy at times with scattered perhaps heavy showers developing by this afternoon. Light northwesterly winds increasing to moderate with highs of 22C.

Inspector Matt Snow Police.
Matthew Lee Deputy Leader and Peterborough City Cllr.
Pamela Chemiah Chair Parnwell Residents’ Association.
Joanna Woodens Parnwell Resident.
Kieran Caulfield Fisherman.
Ian Hill Rock Musician.
Charles Swift Peterborough City Cllr.
Nazim Khan Peterborough City Cllr.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Prof. Jenny Mordue Aberdeen University.
Dean Gold Beer Mat Flipping Champion.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Samantha Dalton
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine