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The trend for pink is growing, we took to the streets to find out what men really think of pink.
Shooting Stars co-host Vic Reeves is curating his first museum exhibition in Tunbridge Wells.
The Canterbury Prog Rock scene is one of the cathedral city's previously untold stories.
Guy Portelli creates sculptures of celebs, including Michael Jackson, at his studio in Tonbridge.
The new Children's Laureate is best-selling author and illustrator Anthony Browne from Canterbury.
Eleven year-old Oli was the voice of Disney's Heffalump and now he's Nok Tok in CBeebies Waybuloo.
A new play about the mysterious Piano Man who was found wandering in Sheerness in 2005.
School children are being taught a dance portraying the life of Westerham's General Wolfe.
The last two teenagers hung in Britain were convicted of murdering their boss in Tunbridge Wells.
Do you ever get on the train for your daily commute and wish you had a good book to read?
Dave Cash interviews the man who shut down his pirate radio station and rocks up the red carpet.
As Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre closes for two years, we look back to the beginning, and the end.
Joe Swash talks about I'm a Celebrity, Eastenders and the loss of a teenage friend, Ben Kinsella.
Dev Patel, the star of Slumdog Millionaire, regularly visits his family in Eastry near Sandwich.
Nkosana Phiri takes a look at the impact this animation could have on the film industry in Kent.
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