A woman who was sentenced to six years in prison for her involvement in the murder of a man has spoken about how a charity has helped turn her life around.
Mundill Mahil’s future fell apart after luring a man to her student digs, who was beaten in her bedroom by two ‘hitmen’ before being burned to death in the boot of a car.
She tells us about life on the inside and the work she is now doing to help rehabilitate women offenders.
Also in the podcast, a Kent academy boss says marquees could be the answer to social distancing in classrooms when schools return.
74 people are fined at the weekend for breaching Covid rules – hear the moment officers confront four people in a car in Chatham all from different households.
And a 100-year-old woman gets emotional after receiving nearly 200 cards wishing her happy birthday.