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Podcast: Herne Bay mum whose teenage son died after taking pills speaks out as man is jailed for drug dealing

The mum of a teenage boy who died after taking pills on a night out has spoken as the man who sold them to him is jailed.

17-year-old Will Horley took Tramadol while out with friends in Whitstable in 2018.

Hear from Kim Webster who also goes into schools to tell her son’s story.

Also in today’s podcast – as thousands of junior doctors start three days of strike action, we’ve been hearing why so many are leaving the profession.

It’s feared poor pay and working conditions are pushing them to quit or move abroad to earn money. Hear from Medway GP Dr Julian Spinks.

We’ve also been speaking to a Maidstone man who’s getting ready for an epic fundraising challenge.

Andy Purvis and his friend Stuart Hatcher are hoping to raise over £50,000 for three dementia charities by rowing across the Atlantic.

Hear about the former Kent schoolboy who has won an Oscar for his work on Netflix war epic All Quiet On The Western Front.

A lady who managed to correctly predict the gender, weight and arrival day of a stranger’s baby has spoken about her special gift.

And, the Gillingham boss has been chatting following their win at the weekend.

They beat Tranmere Rovers 2-0 at Priestfield.