- Syd Arthur at Canterbury City.Sound.Project Duration: 03:40 Record of the week from Audioshock
- Broken Hands at Canterbury City.Sound.Project Duration: 03:21 Record of the week from Audioshock
- Peter & The Kibbutznik's Easter Egg Hunt Duration: 06:05 Peter & The Kibbutznik on an Easter Egg Hunt
- What can a manager do for you? Duration: 05:00 Management Special
- Tom Williams - Christmas (So Much Better When You're Here) - live on BBC Introducing in Kent Duration: 07:00 Christmas Special
- Kris from Story Books interview Duration: 05:03 Story Books are playing at our birthday party
Upload your music
If you're in a band, a solo artist or a bedroom producer and you want to get the music you're making played on BBC radio, upload your tracks to BBC Introducing.Upload your music at BBC Introducing
If you enter a Kent postcode when you register, your songs go straight into the inbox for BBC Introducing in Kent.
You'll be notified automatically when your tracks are listened to by someone at the BBC or if they're going to be broadcast. If we like what we hear, you might even bag yourself a session or a slot on the BBC Introducing festival stage.
Jacob Rickard is the presenter of BBC Introducing in Kent, which showcases the county's best new musical talent.
The show is part of the BBC Introducing network, giving mainstream representation to some of the best under-the-radar music.
Jacob was born in Maidstone and has since lived in Hythe and Folkestone. He became the producer of the show when it moved from being an online show to a radio show in 2008, and took over as presenter in August 2009.
Contact BBC Introducing in Kent
During the live show (Saturdays 8-9pm), text KENT + your message to 81333. Texts cost your standard network rate.
Our email address is email@example.com - although remember that all music for inclusion must be submitted via the BBC Introducing upload tool.