Published: 14:27, 22 September 2021
| Updated: 14:27, 22 September 2021
Southeastern has launched an investigation following claims an employee ignored a woman having an epileptic seizure on a train.
A video has been posted on Instagram by the woman who confronted the worker after recovering.
Also in today's podcast, climate change protesters who cause disruption on the M25 could now face a prison sentence.
National Highways has been granted an injunction against Insulate Britain who've blockaded the motorway at Dartford and Swanley in recent weeks.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has been speaking about it in Parliament.
Kent's police and crime commissioner is calling for the sale of e scooters to be stopped.
A trial of the vehicles in Canterbury has been scaled back from 200 to 100 - hear what Matthew Scott has to say about them.
We look ahead to the Lowdown on our Facebook live which will feature the barber from Medway giving mental health advice.
And the Gillingham boss has been speaking following their 1-1 draw with Charlton last night.