On the 32nd anniversary of the IRA bombing, a man who survived the blast due to a late start recalls the events of that fatal day.
We spend a day aboard Thames sailing barge Edith May as part of a new patronage programme and learn how to save historic ships from the breakers.
A tiny museum in a prison at the birthplace of British aviation is now on a new heritage trail charting the exploits of Battle of Britain pilots.
From former opera houses, to police stations to car showrooms - each of the county's 23 Wetherspoon pubs has a fascinating history behind it.
Part of a Kent nightclub and former holiday camp could bite the dust if a dentist gets his teeth into it. Did you ever visit Warners and Layzells?
The shocking death of a father-of-two turned into a national scandal when no-one would pay to have his body recovered.
An exhibition of original Star Wars toys and memorabilia is set to open at a Kent museum this weekend and will run throughout the summer.
An English Heritage project highlighting the history of people of African heritage has seen a portrait of an abbot from the 7th century go on show.
How a couple created a living museum from a former kitchen showroom.
We remember a popular, but freezing cold, open air pool in Kent - and the humiliation of the woollen costumes patrons of the time had to wear.
The new owners of a pub built nearly 200 years ago are giving the venue a £600,000 facelift.
Memories of bacon slicers, cheese cut with a wire, butter patted into shape with wooden paddles and sugar weighed into blue paper bags.
A hill which hosts an annual Easter service is not all that it seems.
A remote pub demolished to make way for a major Kent bridge had a macabre reputation.
We take a musical trip down memory lane to find out more about the last remaining St John Ambulance band that lives in Kent.
Sometimes it's not until you fear you might lose something that you realise how precious it is.
We may have missed out this year, but from festivals and foodie events to big music names and family fun, there's a bumper schedule in 2021.
Did you know Kent had the UK's first silk farm? Here's the tale of the mulberry-munching silkworms who made silk for several queens' gowns:
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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