World Cup winner Rachael Burford talks about her work on and off the pitch and the growth of women's rugby.
Sport on the north Kent coast is still very good with hounds, bass and rays falling to crab and fish baits.
Fish are moving inshore for the seasonal crab feast which can mean big rewards for anglers.
Kent Mariners Baseball Club's Keiron Peskett talks about a club and a sport that is growing year on year.
More bad news for local sea anglers was announced this week with the Dover Harbour Board closing the Admiralty Pier to fishing.
Jordan Church came of retirement with a bang just before Covid-19 came along. Now the Kent professional pool player is about to return to action.
Steve Grantham used to stand alone waiting for someone to run with - eight years on his Beginners2Runners Club has hundreds of members across Kent.
If proof were needed that the larger fish in our lakes and ponds are waking up, look no further!
The sport of croquet is gaining in popularity and at the club in Tunbridge Wells they are always happy to see newcomers.
Kent angler Dave Wood Brignall ventured down to West Sussex for a session after plaice and boy did he do well!
It's fast, fun and furious. Chairman of Herne Bay Roller Hockey & Skating Club and former international Mick Harris tells us all about it.
Sheerness Flying Club secretary Lee Walker tells us about a sport that faces many challenges but one which he and many others find addictive.
If you want to know about petanque in Kent then Mike Cubitt is your man.
The University of Kent Fencing Club may not be the biggest club on campus but they’ve received national recognition for their impressive performances.
The game of Bat & Trap is almost solely played in the county of Kent and has maintained its popularity.
You'll need to grab a towel for Chris Weston's sixth and final lockdown golf practice session.
Kent racing driver Toby Trice drives high speed trains for a living and fast cars for fun but he’s also got an important message to promote.
This week we’re looking at chipping and we’re going to need that imaginary pane of glass that we used for pitching again!
Most freshwater anglers will say the perch was their first capture but as the fish gets bigger it also gets wiser.
Find out more about the sport which will hopefully be making its Olympic debut this summer in Tokyo.
This week we are moving away from the full swing and are going to focus on different elements of the game.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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