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Podcast: Tributes are paid to former Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman from Kent who has died aged 78

Tributes are being paid to former Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman who has died at the age of 78.

He passed away at a hospice in Tunbridge Wells over the weekend. Lucy has been looking back on his life and reading some of the many messages posted online.

Also in today's podcast, two teenage girls have been arrested after armed police were called to Maidstone town centre.

There were reports of someone with a weapon in Week Street yesterday afternoon.

A young deaf boy from Kent and his famly, are campaigning for a life-changing therapy to be backed by the government.

Callum Herholdt was born deaf but attends a mainstream school after having access to the auditory verbal therapy which helped him learn to listen and speak.

A new survey's been launched to uncover the scale of online bullying and harassment for children in Kent.

National data shows more than half of youngsters have their own phone by the age of seven - and spend an average of three hours 20 minutes a day using them. We've been speaking to crime commissioner Matthew Scott.

With exam season getting under way, a psychotherapist from Kent has some advice for parents of anxious teens. Hear from Paula Gardner from the Good Therapy Practice in Folkstone and Hythe.

A group set-up to support people fleeing the war in Ukraine has been given a top award.

Medway Help for Ukrainians has organised families to host refugees, put on jobs fairs and run sessions for children to get together. They've been named as the he overall winners of this year's Pride in Medway.

And in sport, it was a great point on the road for Gillingham at the weekend.

They came from 2-1 down at Bradford City to secure a 2-2 draw. Hear from manager Neil Harris and goalscorer Oli Hawkins.

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