The Princess of Wales has been in Kent to learn about the support given to children with special educational needs and their families.
Kate joined a family portage session – something that’s available to youngsters from the time they’re born until they start school.
Our reporter Megan Carr was also there and spoke to families and practitioners who met the Princess.
Also in today’s podcast, four Kent firefighters who went to Morocco to provide support after the deadly earthquake have been speaking to the podcast after arriving back home.
Nearly 3,000 people are known to have died and thousands more have been left injured after the 6.8 magnitude quake.
A Dover woman has criticised council bosses after receiving a letter telling her to leave her late mother’s house – just a month after she died.
Sally Sedgewick lived with and cared for her mum who had dementia for more than a decade. She’s been speaking to our reporter Sam Lennon.
Villagers on a busy stretch of the A2 say too many drivers are still speeding, despite a 20 mile per hour zone being introduced.
The Community Speed Watch group in Newington tracked almost 400 vehicles going above the limit – that’s 9% of the overall total they monitored. Hear from a member of the group and a local councillor.
And in sport, find out which Paralympian from Kent is going to be representing England at the Karate World Championships.