Podcast: Man admits killing Kent PCSO Julia James but denies murder as trial starts at Canterbury Crown Court
A man has gone on trial accused of murdering Kent PCSO Julia James.
The 53-year-old was attacked while walking her dog not far from her home in Snowdown between Canterbury and Dover in April last year.
Hear from Katya Folwer from our colleagues at KMTV who has been at Canterbury Crown Court today.
Also in today's podcast, as the rising cost of living continues to dominate the headlines, a Canterbury dad has revealed how he's skipped meals to ensure his daughter has something to eat.
It's as data from the Food Foundation shows a sharp rise in the number of people struggling to put meals on the table over the past three months.
Police and forensic teams have spent the weekend at the scene of a suspected burglary on Sheppey.
They were initially called early on Saturday morning - our reporter John Nurden has been to the scene.
A nightclub in Dartford is taking action following a rise in drink spiking cases across the country.
We've been speaking to Jordan Craine who is the general manager at Atik.
In showbiz news, find out which Kent star won a BAFTA last night.
Plus, a Kent man's been chatting to our sister radio station, kmfm, about getting four 'yeses' from the Britain's Got Talent judges at the weekend.
Ryan Weeks from Tunbridge Wells is part of the Frontline Singers who left viewers in tears after their performance on Saturday.