BBC Peterborough April 22nd 2010

A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast thursday 22nd April 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast thursday 22nd April 2010. News travel weather and interviews.

Tesco complete the purchase of the Werrington site and plan a £40 million superstore to mixed reaction.
Royal Navy rescues military and civilians stranded by the volcanic ash-cloud no-fly event.
Airlines prepare to lobby for Govt. compensation for lost business after the volcanic ash-cloud no-fly event.
Clegg under pressure as Leaders prepare for Election Debate Two.
Malcolm McLaren funeral is today. Family calls for loud music at mid-day.
Local special needs cheerleading team makes it to Florida for the World Championships.
A post-natal depression group has been set up in Peterborough.
Free Kicks Foundation promotes a football shirt mufti day tomorrow for charity.
Total has put the Lindsey Oil Refinery up for sale.
Belgium votes on a ban of the full-face veil.

David Hedges Werrington Neighbourhood Council.
Kevin Wilkins LibDem Parliamentary Candidate N W Cambridgeshire.
Audrey from Unity Superstars Cheerleading Club.
Raj Odedra Werrington Newsagent.
Peter Sisogia Goodmans Stores Werrington.
Jonathan Wingate Music Journalist.
Steve Thorpe Free Kicks Foundation.
Anna Elmore Waterstones.

Howard Property Group.
TUI Travel.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Heather Noble
Sport: Chris Osborne
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Gray
Phones: Kerry Devine


Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman

Topics: JLS with local man Aston Merrygold win two Brit Awards. A Facebook group opposed to local bus changes garners 700 supporters. Review claims that employees who choose their hours of work suffer less stress. New research claims that two thirds of jurors fail to comprehend judges’ instructions. City pub Beehive reopens under new ownership. A Peterborough student wins a job at Autosport magazine. Local man applies for NHS funding for his new depression measurement technique MoodScope and runs a course for the depressed called Glumbusters. Peterborough United FC beat Ipswich. Jamie Oliver opens a new restaurant in Cambridge.

Interviewees: Tom Trevarthen Peterborough Youth Council. Nick Sandford LibDem Cllr. Jim Trevor Beehive Pub Landlord. Brian Gascoyne Editor Out and About East. Oz Merrygold Stepfather of Aston Merrygold. Jamie Oliver. Dave Murray Peterborough CAMRA. John Cousins GlumBusters. Steven Alan Brittas Federation of Small Businesses. Ady Mowles Peterborough Independent Supporters’ Association.

Companies Mentioned:  Federation of Small Businesses. Morrisons. Hegartys. Buckles. Furnitureland. Beehive Pub Peterborough. Jamies Italian Restaurant. GrapeVine Pub Peterborough.