A Kent disability charity has called for tougher punishments after the number of blue badges being stolen and used illegally in England has quadrupled. The badges allow the users to park easily in busy towns and cities and are only given out after a strict application process. But in almost all reported cases, fines are handed out for drivers using someone else's blue badge.
The Tonbridge Philharmonic society is putting a unique concert of Shostakovich's seventh symphony, dedicated to the people of Leningrad. Carrying a larger orchestra than normal classical gigs, it promises to be quite a spectacle. We were joined by Matthew Willis, the society's musical director.
It's that time of the year for Kent's geeky community - Dreamland is hosting the annual GEEK Festival this weekend. Celebrating all things gaming and pop culture, the convention promises a mixture of vintage and cutting edge video-gaming entertainment.
Joining Keilan this week is Simon Chapman from Gravesham and Wellcome Hockey Club - he joins KCC Events Manager Natalie Harris to talk about whats been happening for sport in Kent. Plus we've got this weeks edition of top corner, best of the back pages as well as your Team Talk teaser.
Earlier this week, Communities Minister Sajid Javid helped launch the Digital Sunset Challenge at Sevenoaks Primary School. The challenge saw more than 1,500 pupils pledge to switch off all electronic devices every night for an entire week. We spoke to the curators of the challenge Linden Kemkaran and Councillor Anna Firth.