Podcast: Residents claim houses in new Sittingbourne development are too tall and not what was planned

Residents have slammed a new housing estate in Sittingbourne.

They say developers have built the properties in the wrong place and they’re nearly two metres too high. Hear what one neighbour has had to say and we have a response from the developers.

Also in today’s podcast, a Kent mum who was told her baby would be “better off without her” is calling for an apology from the government over forced adoptions.

Around 185,000 unmarried women were taken to hostels and told to give away their children in the 50s, 60s and 70s.

A Sheppey family fear they won’t get justice after their cat was shot at what’s said to be ‘point-blank range’.

Silas was injured in the Halfway area last week and has since undergone expensive life-saving surgery. His owner has told the podcast what happened.

A Tunbridge Wells woman who was hit by a car in 2014 has completed a motorbike race across the Sahara.

Vanessa Ruck started biking after recovering from surgery.

And, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has been on our sister radio station kmfm to talk about the resurgence of her noughties hit ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’.

It was used in the final scene of new movie Saltburn, and is back in the charts at number 10 on the Kent Top 40.