Peter Boizot on the Broadway Theatre Sale

07:08 Wednesday 14th September 2011
Peterborough Breakfast Show
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

ANDY GALL: The future of the Broadway Theatre is once again in disarray. The owner of the theatre, Rinaldo Fasulo, has put the venue up for sale for £6 million, and has told ticket holders not to turn up for future shows. It comes after a series of problems which culminated in the company running operations, Stage Live, owing the owner £100,000. It’s not the first time the Broadway has closed its doors, and our reporter Emily Ball has been asking if the venue can be a success. Continue reading “Peter Boizot on the Broadway Theatre Sale”

Peter Boizot on the Broadway Theatre

08:06 Wednesday 3rd August 2011

Peterborough Breakfast Show
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

PAUL STAINTON: Peterborough entrepreneur Peter Boizot has been speaking about his disappointment over the Broadway Theatre fiasco. Mr Boizot bought the theatre in the late 1990’s, when it was under threat of demolition. He later sold it to its current owner, but says he had hoped it would be more succesful. Suzie Roberts went to speak to Peter at his home in Peterborough, where she asked him about his earliest memories of the Broadway Theatre. Continue reading “Peter Boizot on the Broadway Theatre”

Peterborough News 19th November 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 06:00 to 09:00 on Friday 19th November 2010.

Topics:
Council admits no money has been spent on Peterborough Market for some years. Opinion is divided on whether the market should be revamped or moved.
Council is finally awake to the popular local zeitgeist that small retailers with an eclectic range of offerings should be offered the opportunity to take up a city centre location, possibly in a shared setting.
Peterborough FM, a not-for-profit community radio station and beneficiary of a £90,000 grant from Children in Need and other funding sources, begins transmitting again for 28 days from 20th November to the 17th of December 2010 on 87.7FM. They are affiliated to the Peterborough African Community Organisation. “Using radio as a tool, Peterborough FM contributes to regeneration and improved community cohesion and capacity in the city. Peterborough FM is sees as a community resource, to be used by individuals and organisations making up the city’s community. The project brings together people from diverse backgrounds who would not meet each other in the normal course of their lives. ”
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Presenter: Paul Stainton

Topics:  Broadway Theatre sale progress. Peterborough United FC lack of progress. Goldman Sachs bonuses. Blair to face Chilcott. War memorial protocol. Bedford Bailiffs. Obese children and ready meals. River body is missing Woodston man.

Interviewees: Gavin Hinds Budworth Hardcastle. Matthew Lee Peterborough City Council. Jean Hughes Peterborough PCT dietician. Mark Elliott Cresset Theatre.

Companies Mentioned: Ethiopian Airlines. Budwoth Hardcastle. British Airways. Goldman Sachs. Henry.