Podcast: The auditors filming shopping centres, police stations and supermarkets in Kent to get a reaction from security

Kent shopping centres, police stations and supermarkets are among the latest places to be hit by YouTube ‘auditors’.

The latest online craze sees people asserting their rights to take photos and film on public land – and sometimes getting into a scrap with security guards. Hear from Chris Britcher who’s been looking into this for a special report on KentOnline.

Also in today’s podcast, research has found more than half of people on Universal Credit here in the south east are unable to afford enough food to last the month.

The study has been done by The Trussell Trust who are urging the government to take action by increasing benefit payments. We’ve been speaking to the manager from the Swale Food Bank – and have a response from government.

The Body Shop in Ashford town centre has closed, a week after the retailer went into administration.

It was among seven stores to shut their doors immediately yesterday. Reporter Chantal Weller has been getting reaction from shoppers.

And in sport, it was a point for Gillingham last night as they held the league two leaders Stockport County to a draw.

It finished 0-0 at Priestfield. Hear from head coach Stephen Clemence and defender Shad Ogie.