Every decade the government asks the entire country to take part in a census - but why is it important and what can it tell us about our county?
Over the last century many of the county's education establishments have disappeared - we look at what happened and what they are now.
We dip into the history behind the two closely-linked town names, after a BBC interior design show got them mixed up earlier this week.
With a 'roadmap' out of lockdown revealed by Boris Johnson yesterday, we look at the state of Kent's summer events - and if they can go ahead.
Elderly and disabled residents have been unable to leave their homes for nearly a week after a flat block lift was left out of use.
15 years after the Kent robbery that shook the country, we look at how the criminals pulled it off and the ongoing mystery of the missing millions.
In today's podcast, hear the moment a home was raided as part of a crackdown on sexual exploitation, and how grassroots sports are trying to be saved.
In today's podcast, hear from a Kent MP wanting to resume care home visits, and find out why crammed summer beaches did not cause any Covid outbreaks.
In today's podcast, hear the criticism over delays in coronavirus variant surge testing, and the football clubs forced to put players on furlough.
In today's podcast, a former prisoner speaks about rehabilitating herself, and an academy boss says marquees could solve social distancing in schools.
In today's podcast, health bosses tell parents to stick to lockdown rules for half term, and hear from the teen who wrote a novel during the pandemic.
From factory workers to taxi drivers, we find out what it's like to be a key worker during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A plan to build a new port in the Thames estuary could generate thousands of jobs for people in Kent, according to the team behind the project.
The founder of an online school has clarified the financial involvement of senior Tory ministers - and has hit out against the ensuing backlash.
The founders of an award-winning music festival are eager to stress that Glastonbury is not the canary in the coal mine for the entire industry.
One of Kent’s biggest music events is still planning to go ahead, despite a website ‘glitch’ which said it had been cancelled.
From playground trading to cards worth the price of a house - Pokémon is a different beast 25 years on.
MPs are being urged to oppose planned cuts to Universal Credit, as the coronavirus crisis continues to push people beneath the poverty line.
A weight loss organisation is encouraging people to get fitter during lockdown to reduce the effects of Covid-19.
After moving to London to make it in the music industry, a Kent-born artist has returned to her home town with a 'love letter' single.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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