Joining Chris this week - Deborah Turner, Kent area leader for the Federation of Small Businesses, and Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, deputy chief executive at Hadlow Group.
Gravesend charity ellenor has come up with a personalised catering method for its hospice patients. The charity is serving gourmet puréed meals, blending foods for patients who're struggling to swallow.
Catch up on all the latest stories from across your county. Our top stories this evening: Figures reveal scale of divide between working men and women in the county's gender pay gap, two men are arrested after a gun is seized in a Strood McDonald's and Kent athletes head to Australia for the Commonwealth Games.
Ashford International station has been the subject of a £10 million renovation. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling and Ashford MP Damian Green were at the station today to welcome the brand new Eurostar trains.
The culprit who is believed to have mutilated as many as 400 cats across the country might have killed the cat in Folkestone looking at the injuries. South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty is a charity which has been working alongside police on this series of cases. We were joined by Tony Jenkins and Boudicca Rising from the charity.
VIDEO: Despite 'Made in Kent' being launched, a Kent County Council campaign to increase the number of apprenticeships in the county, the number of apprentices has fallen. Department of Education figures show a 4% fall in the number of new apprenticeships starting between 2016 and 2017. We sat down with Tony Allen from Allen Apprenticeships and Skills to find out more.