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How do we fix our justice system?

18 May 2021
How do we fix our justice system?

With some of the county's court cases delayed until 2023, we look at the issue at the heart of the justice system - and what can be done to change it.

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Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

15 May 2021
Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

We look at 100 years of support provided by the Royal British Legion, and how the charity is marking the occasion.

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Four arrests after man dies in bike crash

13 May 2021
Four arrests after man dies in bike crash

In today's podcast, hear the latest on arrests made after a biker died in a collision with another vehicle.

Five ways Kent is changing the world

12 May 2021
Five ways Kent is changing the world

From life-saving drug discovery to 6G technology, our county has its fair share of people striving to make the planet a better place.

'There will be more cancellations to come'

06 May 2021
'There will be more cancellations to come'

The founder of Kent Pride expects more events will have to be postponed until next year, following the cancellation of Brighton Pride.

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'My dad is stuck in the middle of India's Covid crisis'

05 May 2021
'My dad is stuck in the middle of India's Covid crisis'

As Kent communities help send scores of ventilators to the country ravaged by coronavirus, Sikhs continue to fear for the safety of their families.

Campaigners call for safe routes for child refugees

01 May 2021
Campaigners call for safe routes for child refugees

An open letter addressed to the Home Secretary is urging a rethink of new planned immigration controls.

The Kent spot inspiring musicians across the world

30 April 2021
The Kent spot inspiring musicians across the world

A Kent beach is an unlikely source of artistic inspiration for musicians from South Africa to California - but why?

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Outdoor artworks arrive in coastal towns

29 April 2021
Outdoor artworks arrive in coastal towns

From an Iraq war veteran to a giant two-faced mythical head, three new outdoor artworks hope to inspire locals and boost tourism.

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Aha! Alan Partridge let loose in Kent

29 April 2021
Aha! Alan Partridge let loose in Kent

As a new series of This Time with Alan Partridge returns to our screens, we look at the Kent locations the show was filmed in.

'I spent six years parking in every bay of a Sainsbury's car park'

28 April 2021
'I spent six years parking in every bay of a Sainsbury's car park'

A father-of-two and car parking enthusiast spent years trying to park in every bay at a supermarket while doing his weekly shop.

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'We'll be taking the food out of people's mouths'

24 April 2021
'We'll be taking the food out of people's mouths'

A food bank in a race against time to find new premises could be forced to suspend its services - leaving desperate families to go hungry.

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'We're clucking gutted'

23 April 2021
'We're clucking gutted'

A chicken shop has had the power to its premises shut off by its energy provider over unpaid bills - despite six months of trying to pay them.

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Writer imagines near-future seaside town on brink of disaster

22 April 2021
Writer imagines near-future seaside town on brink of disaster

From the delight of an iconic theme park to a sex scene in a shell grotto, a new novel brings one Kent town to life - but also warns of a dark future.

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'Most cyber attacks on Kent businesses are from Russia and China'

21 April 2021
'Most cyber attacks on Kent businesses are from Russia and China'

Small businesses are most at risk of online attacks originating from eastern countries, according to a Kent cyber security expert.

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Thanet venue to host socially-distanced gig

20 April 2021
Thanet venue to host socially-distanced gig

A hotly-tipped Brighton band will be playing a very different kind of show, in one of the only live performances to go ahead since Covid-19 hit.

Tracey Emin-backed skate park could nurture future Olympians

18 April 2021
Tracey Emin-backed skate park could nurture future Olympians

With skateboarding making its Olympic debut in Tokyo 2021, two skate veterans are urging funding to be secured for a skate park on the Kent coast.

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The Jacksons cancel Medway festival performance

16 April 2021
The Jacksons cancel Medway festival performance

A world-famous band due to perform in Kent are having to pull out because of Covid-19.

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Is a tweet worth millions?

14 April 2021
Is a tweet worth millions?

Kent's experts help untangle a wild (and confusing) online phenomenon - including a photographer who sold a digital version of his photo for hundreds.

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Covid passports could slash third of music venue's audience

08 April 2021
Covid passports could slash third of music venue's audience

A venue owner has reached out to his regulars for their opinions on needing Covid passports to attend gigs - and not everyone agrees with the idea.

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