A man has gone on trial accused of killing two women in Tunbridge Wells more than 30 years ago.
Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce were found within months of each other in 1987 – hear from our reporter at Maidstone Crown Court.
Also in today’s podcast, a man who was apprehended by security guards at Bluewater and accused of stealing has returned to the shopping centre in a bid to celebrate diversity and change opinions.
Cephas Williams says he was targeted because of the colour of his skin and has put on the Portrait of Black Britain in a bid to tackle racism.
Hear the moment he was approached at the shopping centre back in the summer and find out why he’s decided to return.
As Cop26 takes place in Glasgow, all this week we’re going to hear from some of the people in Kent doing their bit to tackle climate change.
Today you can hear from eight-year-old Summer Harman from Northfleet who was inspired after watching a David Attenborough documentary.
A Kent teenager who lost both of his parents within months of each other was at the Pride of Britain awards at the weekend.
Jeremy Daubeny from Tunbridge Wells raised more than £37,000 for The MND Association and The Brain Tumour Charity in memory of his mum and dad.
He’s been describing his epic challenge to find the best cooked breakfast.
Kent drag queen River Medway has been speaking after leaving Drag Race UK.
She sashayed away after losing the Lip Sync battle last week.
And in football, find out why some fans have been banned from Priestfield and the boss reacts to a frustrating weekend on the pitch.