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Hospital trust fined over baby's death

Hospital trust fined over baby's death

18 June 2021

In today's podcast, a hospital trust has been fine £733k after admitting providing unsafe care to a baby boy and his mum.

Fire destroys village pub

Fire destroys village pub

17 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from villagers who've been left shocked after a fire swept through their local pub in the early hours.

Sun to make way for storms

Sun to make way for storms

16 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear how highways bosses in Kent are prepared for bad weather with thunderstorms due to hit the county over the next few days.

'It's disappointing but the right thing to do'

'It's disappointing but the right thing to do'

15 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear reaction to the decision to delay 'freedom day' plus the mum of a stalking victim speaks as stats show a huge rise in cases.

'Freedom day' delay?

'Freedom day' delay?

14 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from a bride-to-be who may have to rearrange her wedding again, and a Kent MP who wants 'freedom day' to go ahead on June 21.

Is football coming home?

Is football coming home?

11 June 2021

In today's podcast, we chat Euro2020 a year later than planned and hear from the pub boss who can't wait to welcome England fans this summer.

Calls for 'taking the knee' to end

Calls for 'taking the knee' to end

10 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear what some of you think about calls for the 'taking the knee' protest before football matches to end.

Teen guilty of wheelie bin murder

Teen guilty of wheelie bin murder

09 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear the moment George Knights from Rochester told police he knew nothing about Stephen Chapman's disappearance.

Met police officer admits kidnap and rape of Sarah

Met police officer admits kidnap and rape of Sarah

08 June 2021

In today's podcast, Wayne Couzens appears in court over the death of Sarah Everard and the family of a crash survivor speak about her fight for life.

'We just can't wait to welcome people back'

'We just can't wait to welcome people back'

07 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from the chief exec of Kent's biggest theatre ahead of 'curtain up' for the first time in more than 400 days.

'It's like holiday hokey cokey'

'It's like holiday hokey cokey'

04 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from a travel agent who has criticised the government's decision to remove Portugal from the UK's travel green list.

Asylum seekers win legal challenge over conditions at barracks

Asylum seekers win legal challenge over conditions at barracks

03 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from Kent Refugee Action Network after a group of asylum seekers won a legal challenge over conditions at Napier Barracks.

£1.4bn of catch-up cash is 'nowhere near enough' says leading head

£1.4bn of catch-up cash is 'nowhere near enough' says leading head

02 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from a leading headteacher who's criticised the amount of cash being spent on helping children catch-up after the pandemic.

Surge testing takes place as cases of Indian variant rise

Surge testing takes place as cases of Indian variant rise

01 June 2021

In today's podcast, hear from Kent's public health boss on Covid cases in the county, we also speak to an Ashford teenager about cluster headaches.

Will 'freedom day' still happen on June 21?

Will 'freedom day' still happen on June 21?

28 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear from a Kent health boss and GP as the government's urged to say if all Covid restrictions will still be lifted next month.

'Our staff are being verbally abused, daily'

'Our staff are being verbally abused, daily'

27 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear from the owner of a soft play centre who says he won't put up with parents being abusive to his staff.

Cummings quizzed by Kent MP on Covid response

Cummings quizzed by Kent MP on Covid response

26 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear what Dominic Cummings had to say as he was quizzed by a Kent MP on the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

'Tony's Law' closer to reality

'Tony's Law' closer to reality

25 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear about Tony's Law and what it would mean, plus we discuss racial inequality in Kent a year after George Floyd's death.

Landlady vows to change micropub 'stereotype'

Landlady vows to change micropub 'stereotype'

24 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear about the micropub where the landlady only wants to employ women plus the sleep pods helping exhausted NHS workers.

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We visit the estate set for a major revamp

We visit the estate set for a major revamp

21 May 2021

In today's podcast, hear from our reporter who's been to see what Shepway's like and find out what people living there think of plans to rebuild it.

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