There's more reaction in Kent today to the idea of a European Super League.
Kent MP Tracey Crouch has been drafted in to carry out a football review after the plans angered many clubs and fans.
The Prime Minister has even stepped in today saying he could change the law to block it.
We hear from the manager of non-league Chatham Town and former chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee, Folkestone's Damian Collins.
Also in today's podcast - a lorry driver reacts to news...
A Kent hospital trust has pleaded guilty to the unsafe care and treatment of a baby who died at just seven days old. In the first case of its kind in the UK, East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust was taken to court by the Care Quality Commission following the death of Harry Richford in 2017.
An inquest last year heard about a catalogue of failures by staff at the QEQM hospital in Margate. Today, Harry's parents have welcomed the plea and given their reaction. Also in the podcast - a Kent student is...
Final preparations are being made ahead of Prince Philip's funeral.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will pronounce the blessing at the end of the service which is being held at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle tomorrow.
We've been speaking to a Kent student who achieved the Gold Duke of Edinburgh award on what his legacy will be.
Also in today's podcast, families across Kent have been finding out what primary school their child will be going to in September. There's advice...
Leading doctors say pubs, bars and restaurants will need better ventilation as Covid restrictions are eased.
At the moment we can eat and drink outside but it's hoped the hospitality industry will be able to welcome us inside from May 17.
The British Medical Association is wanting to highlight the importance of fresh air in reducing transmission - but one pub boss in Thanet says they're being targeted yet again.
We've also been speaking to the president of Kent's student union after it...
It's 100 days until the Olympics get underway in Tokyo.
The Games were due to happen last summer but were delayed for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
We've been speaking to Kent's Tom Bosworth, Kate French and Cheavon Clarke on training during lockdown and hopes for the next few months.
Also in today's podcast we have the latest on a case at the High Court about the use of a former Army barracks in Kent to house asylum seekers.
Would you buy a tweet or meme? Sounds crazy, but...
Former Strictly Come Dancing star James Jordan has shaved off his lockdown locks on live TV in memory of his dad.
James, who lives in Kent with his wife Ola and one-year-old daughter, lost his dad to a brain tumour last month and has been determined to raise vital funds for research.
Also in today's podcast - young people in Kent are being urged not to put off having the Covid vaccine, even though they might feel more ill than older people.
We speak to a leading virologist on why that's...
For the first time in months, non-essential shops, gyms, hairdressers and beauty salons, some pubs and tourist attractions in Kent have been able to open.
The second phase of the government's easing of lockdown has come into force today.
Our reporters have been out across the county speaking to shoppers, business owners and even those getting a hair cut.
Also in today's podcast - the head of public health in Medway urges us all to go careful, despite the easing of lockdown.
We hear from...
Tributes have been paid across Kent following news the Duke of Edinburgh has died aged 99.
Buckingham Palace say Prince Philip passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.
Religious leaders, MPs and council chiefs and some of you have been sharing thoughts on his life and work alongside the Queen.
Also in today's podcast - hear from the Kent mum calling for tougher sentences for those convicted of child cruelty after her ex was locked up for just a year for breaking their baby's...
Under 30s in Kent are going to be offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.
It's as researchers look into a link between the jab and cases of blood clots in younger people.
Medics say they chance of developing one is incredibly rare - hear from Strood GP Dr Julian Spinks.
Also in today's podcast - a music venue owner says around a third of his audience might not turn up if they have to show a Covid passport to get tickets.
We've been to one of Kent's most historic high...
More than 30 people from Kent have been missing for over 20 years.
In today's Podcast we hear from the relatives of some of those who have spent more than a decade wondering what has happened to their loved one.
Oliver Kemp joins Nicola Everett to talk about his special report 'Vanished without a trace' - which features the stories of Louise Kerton, Rebecca Carr and Herbert Conolly.
Also in today's podcast, find out why there are calls for CCTV to be reinstalled in a park in...
There's a debate over whether so-called Covid passports should be introduced in order to see large scale events and foreign travel resume. The Prime Minister's confirmed the idea is being looked into but not decision has been made.
The certificates would prove that someone has had the vaccine. Find out what some of you think about the idea. Also in today's podcast, former Kent Superbike champion Shane Byrne apologises for his behaviour on the winners podium eight years ago. A scheme to help...
There's a reminder that second Covid vaccines will still be given to people in Kent, even though mass vaccination centres are temporarily closing.
It's because of a national reduction in supply of the vaccine.
We speak to Dr Julian Spinks who explains what will be happening next.
Also in today's podcast, one of the bosses at Buckmore Park karting circuit chats frankly about its uncertain future.
Find out why there's been a protest outside Kent's biggest hospital.
And, we get reaction...
As schools prepare to break up for Easter we've been looking at whether Covid testing in secondaries has been a success.
Students have had to do two tests a week since returning to class earlier this month in a bid to reduce the number of bubbles or year groups having to isolate.
Hear from Alan Brookes who is the head of the Kent Association of Headteachers.
Also in today's podcast - is the daily commute a thing of the past? After a year of home working, we find out why many will decide...
The future of a famous karting circuit in Kent is hanging in the balance after a planning bid was turned down.
Bosses at Buckmore Park, where the likes of Lewis Hamilton started his career, had wanted to make some changes to the site to generate income.
Kentish Express news editor and motorsport fan Dan Wright chats about its history and what could happen next.
Also in today's podcast - there's another warning not to break Covid rules in the warm weather.
Work for the Royal Navy is...
It's the day we've been waiting months for - we're now able to meet with small groups of friends and family outside.
And the sun shone on Kent as the latest phase of lifting lockdown took effect.
We've been chatting to some of you along with health bosses and a wedding planner as the rule of six came into force.
However, a Kent charity is warning that for some people with learning difficulties, coming out of lockdown with been a challenging time.
Hear from the regional director of the...
- In today's episode, we speak to a clinical support worker who was redeployed to a Covid ward at Maidstone Hospital when she was just 17.
- Also, people misbehaving on beaches in Thanet could be fined 100-pounds, to avoid a repeat of last summer.
- And... a woman from Ashford's launched an online site to raise awareness of a rare debilitating condition which she suffers from.
In today's podcast:
- There are suggestions vaccine passports could be needed to go the pub. Hear from the Chief Exec of Shepherd Neame, which is Kent's oldest brewery.
- Also, It's understood Kent's mass Coronavirus vaccine sites could temporarily close, due to a shortage of jabs. We speak to Dr Julian Spinks, a GP from Medway.
- A woman from Tunbridge Wells has started a petition to improve street lighting in the towns parks.
- And... Maidstone is getting its own version of...
- In today's podcast, we hear from Jo James from the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, after it was confirmed John Lewis stores in Ashford and Tunbridge Wells won't be reopening.
- Also in the podcast, we hear from a Gravesham teenager about the challenges of securing a job during the Covid-19 crisis.
- And... plans have been unveiled to overhaul the UK's asylum system, but charities say it won't stop people crossing the Channel to Kent in small boats.
Today marks one year since Kent, and the rest of the UK, entered the first Coronavirus lockdown.
In this episode, we reflect on the events of the past 12 months.
Also in today's podcast, the MP for Dartford has chaired a debate about a controversial new £3.50 charge for people crossing the border between Dartford and Bromley.
And, hear about a new animal project being carried out by the Aspinall Foundation.
In today's podcast:
- The Care Minister and MP for Faversham, Helen Whately, is calling for the UK and EU to "work together" to ensure the UK's Covid vaccine supply is not impacted.
- A Kent charity says new immigration plans won't stop people making dangerous journeys to get to Kent.
- Tonbridge and Malling's Tom Tugendhat wants the maximum sentence for child cruelty offences to be increased to life imprisonment.
- A paperboy from Medway's saved a 94-year-old woman's life, after...