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Highways Agency advice, Surrey Social Services and Mark Gatiss

Dom gets advice from the Highways Agency and Gatwick Airport on travelling in wintry weather. Surrey Social Services has been criticised at an inquest into the death of a pensioner.

Dom gets advice from the Highways Agency and Gatwick Airport on travelling in wintry weather.

An inquest has criticised Surrey Social Services for a "lack of communication" after 78 year-old Sylvia Witt lay dead beside her bed for three months in Bagshot in Surrey.

Mark Gatiss, television writer and actor, talks to Dom about joining the campaign to save Undershaw, the former home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in Higham, Surrey, from redevelopment.

Drivetime across the South East is a six-month pilot from BBC Radio Kent, BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey.

For Listen Live on the iPlayer, you will hear the programme with local bulletins for each county.

If you listen on the iPlayer on Listen Again, you will hear the whole programme but with Kent news bulletins only.

This pilot is being assessed by the BBC Trust and the BBC will be carrying out audience research to decide whether the pilot continues. Any permanent change would require full Trust approval.

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