A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Monday 28th June 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Six local schools are considering academy status. More details.
Police have launched Operation Retain which will see them introducing themselves to customers before the drinking starts and swooping on licensed premises which breach their terms of reference. Latest figures show trouble down 40%.
21,000 turned out to the Peterborough Festival on Saturday. Stavros Flatley was the big draw.
Due to commercial agreements in place Parkinsons UK will lose their charity stall when the new hospital opens.
Two man rap act Moses and Kei won the Peterborough Youth’s Got Talent on Sunday.
Local hostelries report a busy weekend but lament the loss of trade expected after England’s exit from the World Cup.
Many and varied events from across the ages are planned in Cathedral Precincts next weekend for the Peterborough Heritage Festival.
A local councillor explains that unexpectedly large quantities of hair and skin shed by revellers account for the rise in the estimated cost of maintaining the Cathedral Square fountains.
Peterborough Panthers Speedway Team have a new rider Norbert Kosciuch and will be offering free entry to service personnel for the Lakeside fixture tonight as part of Armed Forces day.
Paul Brown Posh Fan in South Africa.
Chief Inspector Mick Bruce Police.
Charles Swift Independent Peterborough City Cllr.
Dave King Festival Organiser Peterborough City Council.
Hugh Sherwood Charters Bar.
John Bridge Peterborough Chamber of Commerce.
Nick Sandeman Head Arthur Mellows Village College.
Rev. Charles Taylor Dean of Peterborough.
Stewart Orme Peterborough Museum.
Gavin Elsey Cabinet Member for Regional and Business Management Peterborough City Council.
William and Kei-Bronson Phillips Moses and Key Talent Contest Winners.
Peter Oakes Peterborough Panthers Speedway Team.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston