Organisers of a car show in Kent over the bank holiday weekend have faced criticism after some people trying to get there were stuck in delays for more than two hours.
The BHP Performance Show took place at the county showground at Detling near Maidstone on Monday.
Also in today’s podcast, some teachers in Kent are back out on strike today.
Marches were due to take place in Tunbridge Wells and Broadstairs as they call for better pay and conditions.
We’ve been hearing how students from East Kent College will have the opportunity to build a huge new development in Folkstone.
EKC is the largest provider of construction training in the country, and a new partnership with Otterpool Park will allow local students to work on site.
The plans include 10,000 homes, schools, workspaces as well as green spaces and leisure, arts and culture facilities.
With the countdown to the Coronation well and truly under way – all this week, we’re going to be hearing from people across the county who’ll be marking the occasion.
Today, we’ve been speaking to a team leader at Battersea Brands Hatch where Queen Consort Camilla is patron.
And in sport, hear from the Gillingham boss Neil Harris and goalkeeper Glenn Morris following their final home game of the season.