Published: 15:34, 31 March 2021
| Updated: 15:39, 31 March 2021
As schools prepare to break up for Easter we've been looking at whether Covid testing in secondaries has been a success.
Students have had to do two tests a week since returning to class earlier this month in a bid to reduce the number of bubbles or year groups having to isolate.
Hear from Alan Brookes who is the head of the Kent Association of Headteachers.
Also in today's podcast - is the daily commute a thing of the past? After a year of home working, we find out why many will decide to ditch an office full-time for good.
We speak to the Dogs Trust who fear the pandemic has led to a surge in puppy smuggling.
And you can hear from the Gillingham boss ahead of their game against Wigan Athletic this evening.