Joining Harry this week is Eva Rayfield, of Eva's Pedal Power, to talk about her business and her involvement in Medway's annual cycling festival. Plus we've got a special report from the World Cup in Russia where two of our reporters are experiencing the tournament..
The wife of a cyclist who died after he was discovered seriously injured in a country lane has finally received a formal apology from chief constable Alan Pughsley, apologising for his officers’ actions. The Canterbury College lecturer Richard Jordan died in 2011 after he was found with horrific head injuries on a country lane in Old Wives Lees, near where he lived.
You can trust us when you get into a taxi: that's the message from Canterbury cabbies after a former driver was sent to prison for sexual assaults. Graham Kemp, from Whitstable, has been put behind bars for more than five years for the three offences that happened more than a decade ago.
The Three lions take on Tunisia in group G, hoping to win only their second World Cup game in 12 years. So in light of England's dreadful record in international tournaments can they silence the doubters and go all the way? We asked shoppers in Rochester.