A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 2nd June 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
The Office of National Statistics predicts a substantial rise in the population of Peterborough, but opinions differ on how best to provide the housing and other services that would be required.
Cambridgeshire Police have a scheme to teach 30 young miscreants the art of fishing as an alternative ocupation to crime. Cambridgeshire Police have also just completed a recruitment drive, doubling their intake over the last two years. A BBC reporter samples the training scheme.
A Peterborough woman is unhappy that she has been fined and cautioned for fly-tipping after leaving items for recycling beside a full recycling bin in Hampton Court Westwood.
An ongoing row between artist Robert Erskine and the Peterborough Environment City Trust about the ownership and maintenance of the Power Rhythm Sculpture appears to have been resolved, but not to the full satisfaction of the artist.
The Leader of Peterborough City Council offers his dream for the city.
Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson outlines his and the coalition government’s poition on a wide range of topics raised by listeners.
Jeff Stebbings Gardening Guru gives advice on plant propagation.
Mick Leggett Chief Executive Cross Keys Homes.
Jessica Slater Head of Programmes NHS Peterborough.
Robert Erskine Sculptor.
Janet Miller Aggrieved Fly-Tipper.
James Thorne Student Policeman Cambridgeshire Police.
Marco Cereste Leader Peterborough City Council.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Jeff Stebbings Gardening Answers Magazine.
Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Andy Burrows
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Lord
Phones: Kerry Devine