A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Friday 2nd July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Plans by Huntingdon District Council to site a travellers’ encampment on the popular Great Drove site near Yaxley have enraged residents, 1000 of whom attended a public meeting last night.
Cambridgeshire Police appeal for more Specials to compensate for budget cuts. Local security companies feel they could benefit from the situation with private patrols and alarm response contracts.
An ONS report that 22% of jobs in Peterborough are held by foreign workers has prompted a lively debate around subsidising cheap labour with benefits.
The Mobility Roadshow at the East of England Showground was opened by Stirling Moss.
The Heritage Festival Weekend will feature a replica of Peterborough Castle.
A child cyclist suffered a serious accident with a black Mercedes car on the Oundle Road yesterday.
Lincs County Council intend to press ahead with the deeply unpopular merger of two schools into one Holbeach academy.
A local band Punky Rebel Media have released a song slamming Peterborough City Council.
Peterborough United FC have signed Chelsea reserve defender and under-20 international Seth Nana Ofori-Twumasi.
MurrayMania: researchers claim that tennis player Andy Murray is of English descent.
Cloudy with rain at times with the odd heavier burst. Most places will be dry by the evening. Top temperature 25C. Tonight many places will be fairly cloudy with a risk of the odd shower at times and a low of 13C.
Chris Harper Park Farm Watch Co-ordinator and Former Special Constable.
Annabel Bernardt Ancestry.co.uk
Stewart Jackson MP.
Sam Olsen C.UK Security.
Julie Fernandez Disabled Actress (Brenda from “The Office”).
Mike Spindle Trekinetic Wheelchairs.
Carlos Palato Drummer and Argentina Fan.
Alan Smith Yaxley Local.
Clive Thorne ex-Yaxley Parish Council.
Ed Murphy Peterborough Labour Party.
Stewart Orme Peterborough Museum.
Jim Astle Save St Guthlacs School Campaign.
Simon Stabler and Chris Howard Punky Rebel Media.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Alex Harris
News: Jo Taylor
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston