Published: 15:18, 23 September 2021
| Updated: 15:18, 23 September 2021
A vigil is going to take place in Kent in memory of a teacher who police believe may have been murdered as she made a five minute journey to meet a friend.
Sabina Nessa is thought to have been killed in a park in Kidbrooke Village last Friday night - the 28-year-old's body was found near a community centre the following day.
Naomi Gale from Margate is encouraging women to gather in the town at the same time a similar vigil is held in south-east London.
Also in today's podcast, drivers on the M25 in Kent could face more disruption from Insulate Britain protesters - despite a new injunction.
Hear from a Kent man who says he's prepared to be arrested again.
As freshers week continues in Canterbury it's hoped students returning to campus won't lead to an increase in Covid cases.
More than 35,000 uni students - including 10,000 freshers - are heading back to the city.
And we've been catching up with River Medway before her first appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race UK which returns to our screens tonight.