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Podcast: Canterbury man reacts after his picture was shared in an appeal to track down suspected fly-tippers

A Canterbury dad has spoken out after his picture was posted online in a bid to track down suspected fly-tippers.

Liam Blackwell says his children are being picked on in school after the image was circulated by Canterbury City Council.

Hear what he’s had to say at the reaction from the authority.

Also in today’s podcast, research has found you can book a flight to some European cities for less than the price of train ticket from Kent to London.

Commuters have to pay as much as £65 a day if they’re travelling from somewhere like Ashford to get to work.

That’s twice as expensive as a seat on a plane to Barcelona – which we found online for just £30.

We’ve got reaction from campaign group We Own It.

A report’s revealed what life’s like inside a prison housing some of Kent’s most notorious killers.

Wayne Couzens, David Fuller and Michael Stone among those being held at HMP Frankland – a Category A jail in County Durham.

The KentOnline Podcast has been told how a new programme in Kent will hopefully stop young people from ending up in county lines drug gangs.

It’s called Catch22 and is all about preventing vulnerable youngsters from being targeted – hear from one of the people in charge.

And, Kent get their T20 blast campaign under way tonight.

The defending champions welcome Somerset to Canterbury – hear from captain Sam Billings and coach Matt Walker.