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Former University of Kent students work on Disney's new Lion King film

A group of former University of Kent students have helped make one of the biggest movies of the year.

Five graduates worked on the animation and production of Disney's new Lion King remake, which has made more than 36-million pounds in the UK box office since coming out in cinemas two week ago.

Also in today's episode, Kent's cricketers are celebrating after continuing their unbeaten record in the T20 Blast, and we look ahead to Gillingham's first football game of the season.

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