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Podcast: TV DIY expert had to be put on life support and is lucky to be alive after chip pan caught fire in Gravesend flat

A TV DIY expert is lucky to be alive after his flat caught fire in Gravesend.

Ben Bryant, who featured in the program 60 Minute Makeover had to be put on life support for three days after a chip pan caught alight.

Also making news today, a man has been left with a broken jaw after violence erupted during a night out in Deal.

The attacker turned on his mate after accusing him of "chatting up" his partner.

Angry neighbours of a development in Hythe have been told by planning bosses that "nobody has the right to a view".

Building work at the site of a former hospital is set to be two metres higher that originally put forward, knocking out views of the seafront.

As Baby Loss Awareness week continues you can hear from three Kent mothers who have lost a child.

They've shared their stories in the hopes of breaking the taboo.

And in sport, managerless Gillingham are in action again tonight as they take on Portsmouth in the EFL Trophy.

Keith Millen will stay in charge for the match after securing a 2 - 1 win over MK Dons at the weekend.

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