A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Thursday 8th July 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Stewart Jackson MP is unhappy that Council and Accent Nene have agreed to demolish Thurston House on Lincoln Road and replace it with social housing, and is taking all steps to have the decision reversed.
Proposed fundamental changes to the current system for electing councillors are strongly opposed by both the LibDem and the Independent groups.
A woman from Peterborough Angela Cavill-Burch who went on hunger strike to get better medical help for her husband from NHS Peterborough has won her battle.
The Countess of Wessex will carry out functions in Peterborough today including a visit to Arthur Mellows College and the Peterborough Garden Park.
A shop on the Welland has been given the OK to sell alcohol for 22 hours a day. Locals are up in arms.
Peterborough City Council is planting two common hornbeam trees in Cumbergate. Locals want more.
Shailesh Vara MP recognises that loss of school building funds puts some schools in a dire situation.
The Plain English Campaign celebrates the return of the word “pipsqueak” to the House of Commons after Tom Watson (Labour) used that word to describe Michael Gove (Conservative).
A little cloudy at times but mainly dry with some sunny spells. Highs of 24C 75F. The pollen index is medium.
Darren Fower LibDem Leader Peterborough City Council.
Stewart Jackson MP.
Shailesh Vara MP.
Vikram Singh H&V Solicitors.
Kevin Bell Vice Chair Welland Residents Association.
Charles Swift Independent Cllr Peterborough City Council.
Andrew Edwards Head of Strategic Property Peterborough City Council.
Mike Sandeman Head Arthur Mellows College.
Angela Cavill-Burch Carer.
Marie Claire Plain English Campaign.
Anna Elmore Waterstones.
Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Phones: Kerry Devine.