Five-months after the death of Sarah Everard, an inquiry is being launched in Kent looking into violence against women and girls.
Figures show a 9% rise in reports of domestic abuse in the county over the past year.
Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott thinks many more cases are going unreported.
Also in today’s podcast, a record number of asylum seekers have crossed the Channel to Kent on small boats in a single day.
Hear from Bridget Chapman from the Kent Refugee Action Network.
A man’s been arrested in Folkestone as part of an investigation into racist messages about England footballers posted online.
A Thanet man who helped to set up Skateboard GB has been speaking about a surge in the sports popularity thanks to its debut at the Olympics.
Nic Powley has been chatting to Oliver Kemp after Sky Brown won a bronze medal for Team GB at the age of just 13.
And, we have an update on how Dina Asher-Smith got on as she returned from injury to feature in the 4x100m relay heats.