Educational support for deaf children in England is in disarray, according to a report that shows the number of specialist teachers in Kent and the rest of the country has been cut, while the number of children requiring support is going up. Councillor Roger Gough joined us on the sofa.
After a member of staff at Mascalls Academy in Paddock Wood contracted meningitis and was taken to hospital, we spoke to Vanessa Whiting from Meningitis Now to find out more about the potentially deadly virus.
Education chiefs in Kent have warned they face a funding shortfall of £100m to build new and existing schools. A report setting out the predictive growth in demand for school places in Kent says the county needs more than 12,000 extra spots in the next four years. Our political editor Paul Francis joined us in the studio.
We speak to the Tunbridge Wells musician about his success, inspirations and upcoming gigs.
A group of disabled athletes attempted to establish a new Guinness World Record for pulling 3 heavy goods vehicles simultaneously. It all happened at Kent's notorious Brands Hatch circuit.
Figures show more people are reporting crimes in Kent and the number of victims is rising. Kent's Police and crime Commissioner says he's going to give local services more funding to help support victims of crime in the county. The announcement was made by Matthew Scott at an event at the force's training college in Maidstone this morning.