The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have been in Kent today.
The Royal couple carried out a number of visits including to the Historic Dockyard in Chatham, Battersea Dogs and Cats home at Brands Hatch and the Guildhall Museum in Rochester.
Also in today’s podcast, a child’s died after being hit by a van near a school in Northfleet.
Police, paramedics and the air ambulance were called to Vale Road earlier this morning.
The adoptive mum of a little boy from Kings Hill who was so badly abused he needed his legs amputated, says she hopes his biological mother stays away from him.
We’ve been speaking to Paula Hudgell who’s recently found out her son’s birth mum has applied for day release from prison.
Meantime, it’s emerged cases of child domestic violence in Kent have increased by a staggering 286%.
Hear reaction from the NSPCC.
And in sport, they’ve finally done it – Gillingham have won a league game for the first time since October.
We spoke to new manager Neil Harris following the final whistle.