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Podcast: An East Malling family say they are lucky to be alive after an explosion at their flat on Catlyn Close

A mum, dad and neighbour have described the moment an explosion ripped through a house in East Malling.

They all suffered burns after it happened at the property on Catlyn Close on Sunday evening.

Hear from Megan and Lee Holland and Curtis Bartley-Rae.

Also in today’s podcast, you may well have noticed empty shelves in the supermarkets due to issues with supplies of fruit and vegetables.

We’ve been speaking to a farmer near Canterbury and also the founder of a food bank in Gillingham who says his staff are being abused for not having enough produce.

A Maidstone man who’s been in and out of prison after becoming addicted to heroin says having to say a final goodbye to his mum from behind bars spurred him on to turn his life around.

Dan Grossett was smoking cannabis by the age of just 12 and started stealing to fund his drug habit – he’s been telling us his story.

And in sport, one of the biggest ever shake-ups in men’s football in England is being published today, following a review by former sports minister and Chatham MP Tracey Crouch.

A new regulator will make sure clubs have a financially sound business model, and fans will get a bigger say on how things are run.