A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 3rd June 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
The redevelopment of Peterborough City Centre is likely to continue for another four months.
Peterborough’s Neighbourhood Councils do not do what they claim to do according to one councillor. The Cabinet Member for Neighbourhood, Housing and Community Development responds.
Peterborough United FC will be selling Shaun Batt to Millwall FC.
Peterborough’s Free Kicks Foundation have been and will continue to auction off players’ shirts on behalf of their charity.
Peterborough Environment City Trust will be holding a catwalk show today featuring second hand and recycled clothes as part of their Green Festival.
Hearing Dogs for the Deaf are appealing for people to takon and train dogs which will eventually be assigned to deaf people to help them with general mobility and safety issues.
Londis off-license on the Welland Estate in Peterborough has applied for an alcohol license to sell alcohol 22 hours a day, until 4am in the morning. Locals are incensed as the are has been subject to major improvement efforts by Cross Key Homes and Peterborough City Council.
Sue Stevens f rom Waterstones suggests some Bank Holiday reading for the children.
Steven Goldspink English Democrat Cllr.
Steve Thorpe Free Kicks Foundation.
Nyree Ambarchian Peterborough Environment City Trust.
Lindsey Holmes Peterborough College of Adult Education.
Peter Hiller Cllr. and Cabinet Member for Neighbourhood, Housing and Community Development.
Kim Coley Peterborough Environment City Trust.
Anne Yeoman Hearing Dogs for the Deaf.
Bella Saltmarsh LibDem Cllr.
Sue Stevens Waterstones Bookshop.
Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Andy Burrows
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Steve Weston
Phones: Kerry Devine