Could we be about to see the first snow of the winter in Kent?
Forecasters have issued a yellow weather alert for Sunday – we have the full details.
Also in today’s podcast, a mum’s launching legal action against a Kent hospital trust after a coroner ruled her baby’s death was avoidable.
Rosanna Mathews passed away just three days after being born at Tunbridge Wells hospital in Pembury in November 2020.
People living in part of Dartford say they’re so fed up with anti-social behaviour they’re setting up their own Neighbourhood watch to try and stop it.
Young people are said to be causing a nuisance in Wilmot Park in the West Hill part of town. Hear from one of the new members of the community group.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is urging the government to take a more compassionate approach towards asylum seekers who cross the Channel to Kent in small boats.
Justin Welby’s been speaking in the House of Lords as figures show more than 43,000 people have made the dangerous journey so far this year.
The KentOnline Podcast has been hearing how virtual reality is being used as a form of therapy for young people in Kent.
A pilot programme was initially launched by FCS Talking Therapies in January to support 17 to 25 year-olds. Hear from their clinical director.
Presents you donated through the Give a Gift appeal on our sister radio station kmfm are going to benefit children who’re homeless this Christmas.
We’ve been delivering the thousands of toys and games to hospitals and charities ahead of the big day.
Gillingham are through to the third round of the FA Cup after a dramatic win at Priestfield last night. Hear the thoughts of manager Neil Harris.
And we speak to the bosses at Folkestone harbour arm where hundreds of people are expected to watch England take on France in the quarter final of the World Cup on Saturday night.