A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Monday 5th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Concerns are raised over the number of irregular Houses in Multiple Occupation in the New England and Millfield areas, and Council’s efforts, albeit intensive, are said to be inadequate in dealing with the issue.
Ferry Meadows Country Park is seeking a premises licence to enable them to host events for up to 5000 people.
Farcet is meeting tonight to discuss a proposal to site travellers’ pitches in the locality.
Discussions around dog-on-dog attacks centre on police’s perceived unwillingness to enforce existing laws. There is currently no police dog liaison officer in Peterborough.
A report from the Local Government Association states that NHS managers and overseas aid should be the first targets for cuts, despite Government ringfencing these budgets. Quangos, benefit payments and the defence budget are also popular areas for cuts in the poll.
Ministers meet unions today as battle lines are drawn over Government plans to curb the Civil Service Compensation Scheme and amend the 1972 Superannuation Act.
Peterborough United FC have recently signed playes Seth Nana Ofori-Twumasi and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing. The Club charges per letter when selling personalised team shirts. Some of the more exotic names present a problem for newsreaders.
A local tennis pro. discusses the the annual spike in interest and the future for British tennis post-Wimbledon.
Mostly a fine day with patchy cloud and sunny spells. Possibly a shower or two this afternoon. Highs of 23C 73 F. Pollen index is high.
Brian Gascoyne Chair Millfield and New England Regeneration Partnershhip.
Richard Kemp Deputy-Chair Local Government Association.
John Rudd Cambridgeshire Men’s Tennis Captain.
Jason Mitchell Dog Owner.
Paul Phillipson Executive Director of Operations Peterborough City Council.
Pam McKinnon Talking Dogs Whittlesea.
Phil Adlam Press Officer Peterborough United FC.
Toby Earl TV Easy Magazine.
Presenter: Andy Gall
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Phil Garner
Phones: Kerry Devine.