Podcast: Top Boy star Ashley Walters says he may have to move if plans to extend his home near Herne Bay are rejected

Top Boy star Ashley Walters has revealed he’ll have to move if a Kent council keeps rejecting his plans to extend his home.

The former So Solid Crew member wants to make changes to the bungalow he owns near Herne Bay.

Also in today’s podcast, two parts of Kent have been named among the worst places for homelessness in the south east.

We’ve been speaking to Shelter who compiled the figures.

Meantime, a charity based in the county town say they saw a spike in families relying on foodbanks during the first week back at school in September.

Maidstone Homeless Care says spiralling costs mean households budgets can quickly get out of control. Hear from manager Tara Beckett.

The MP for Canterbury is calling for more action to tackle sexual assault and harassment in the health service.

Figures from the British Medical Association show a third of NHS female surgical staff have been attacked by colleagues in the past five years. Rosie Duffield has been leading a debate in Parliament.

There are calls for more education about transgender issues in schools, after an academy was criticised for adding it to the national curriculum.

Bosses at Meopham Community Academy wanted to introduce gender identity for primary pupils, but some parents complained. We’ve been speaking to a transgender woman from Gravesend who says education would have helped her.

And, we’re finally able to see Rochester on the small screen as part 2 of the last season of The Crown is released today…

The Guildhall in the High Street was used for scenes showing Charles and Camilla’s wedding – which actually happened in Windsor.