Published: 14:58, 21 June 2022
| Updated: 14:58, 21 June 2022
The biggest rail strike in a generation is under way.
Very few services in running in Kent today as member of the RMT Union walk out in a row over pay and job security.
Hear from our reporter who managed to get on the first train out of Ashford this morning. We also chatted to passengers, plus we have reaction from Southeastern and our travel news provider on how its impacted the roads.
Also in today's podcast, a former Kent reception teacher who banged a pupil's head on a door frame while dragging them out of a classroom, has been banned from the profession.
CCTV also showed Corinne Culver lifting and carrying the girl at Tiger Primary in Maidstone, while other staff complained about her holding another pupil in the air by her wrist.
We have a statement from the school's headteacher.
A Kent driving instructor is predicting a growing demand from people who want to learn in electric cars.
There's a big push for people to make the switch as part of plans to tackle climate change - and the sale of new petrol and disel cars is going to be banned by 2030.
A Kent travel expert's been working on a new guide to help us make informed decisions about ethical destinations and trips.
The Good Trip Index ranks countries based on things like sustainability, women's rights, quality of life and animal welfare.
Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland are considered the most responsible, but Morocco and Egypt are among popular holiday spots ranked the worst.
In sport, find out which former Gillingham player has been named as the new manager of Swindon Town.
Plus Kent's cricketers are back in T20 Blast action tonight.