Pfizer's Ruth McKernan, Kent Police morale and Folkestone Triennial
Dominic King hears from Ruth McKernan, head of Pfizer's Sandwich site, as the company decides to keep 350 jobs there. In February the pharmaceutical company announced it was closing its East Kent base where it employs 2,400 people.
Dom hears how Ian Learmonth, the Chief Constable of Kent Police, has denied that morale within the force is "through the floor", as claimed by the Kent Police Federation.
Also, Dom has a report on the pieces of art filling Folkestone for this year's Triennial festival. The event opens this weekend and runs until 25 September.
Dom chats to Johnny Danger at the Glastonbury Festival. Johnny is the frontman of Two Wounded Birds from Margate. The band play on the BBC Introducing stage on Sunday 26 June.