April 1, 2020
Sport has been paused during the coronavirus pandemic and while fans might find it frustrating, it's having a much bigger impact on athletes.
Nic has been chatting to Joe Coshan from KMTV's Team Talk about how football could be affected long term, why one athlete is determined to maintain his form ahead of the postponed Olympics and how one Kent cricketer is doing his bit to help.
March 27, 2020
My Kent Family editor Lauren chats to Nicola about adapting to home working and home schooling during the coronavirus lockdown.
Find out how the first week has gone - the success stories and the challenges.
Plus, how to deal with children's birthdays while social distancing.
March 25, 2020
On today's episode of the KentOnline podcast, Nicola Everett is joined by the KM's community reporter Oliver Kemp.
The pair discuss some of the great initiatives around the county helping people during the lockdown, including a pub delivering school breakfasts, keeping kids learning at home, and a campaign to thank our NHS.
March 24, 2020
Political editor Paul Francis and Oliver Kemp discuss local council's work to encourage social distancing, stranded UK holidaymakers across the world and Cineworld employees asking for support after being sacked.
They also try to get to grips with recording the podcast from their separate homes whilst practising social distancing.
March 18, 2020
Help is being made available to businesses during the coronavirus outbreak while shops are putting on special opening hours for older residents to get supplies.
Meantime, there are concerns about workers in care homes and you can let us know how life has changed - contact details at the end of the podcast.
March 16, 2020
As the coronavirus outbreak continues - we're looking at the impact it's having here in Kent...
Over the weekend, the health secretary confirmed the over 70s and other vulnerable people could be told to self isolate.
Hear from Age UK in Canterbury, a Kent athlete who says he could struggle to pay the bills and find out how church services in the county are being adapted.
Also in the podcast, a railway line has reopened following a major landslide before Christmas.
March 12, 2020
The government has now moved to the so-called delay phase of its plan to tackle the outbreak.
As a result, people with signs of the infection - like a persistent cough or a fever - will be urged to stay home for a week.
There are currently 11 confirmed cases in Kent and Medway - and we're starting to hear how it's affecting the county with events being cancelled.
Businesses have also started to reveal how they're being hit by the virus.
March 12, 2020
The KentOnline podcasters are back to talk through the latest political developments affecting the county.
Political editor Paul Francis and Oliver Kemp discuss the Chancellor's 2020 budget dominated by coronavirus, the potential for the Police and Crime Commissioner elections to be delayed and Kent County Council moving home after more than a century.
Paul also explains 'fruitless payments' in the jargon phrase of the week.
March 11, 2020
Coronavirus has dominated the new Chancellor's budget today.
Rishi Sunak has only been in the job for 27 days.
He's announced a £30 billion package to help the economy cope with the outbreak and an emergency response fund of £5 billion for the health service's fight against Covid-19.
Also in today's episode, fears the outbreak could affect the tourism industry and more tributes are paid following a headteacher's sudden death.
March 10, 2020
There's shock today after the headteacher of a trust that runs three schools around Maidstone died suddenly from a heart attack at the age of just 45.
Darren Webb was in charge of the Coppice Primary Partnership which runs Coxheath, Loose and St Katherine's primaries.
Also in today's podcast: find out how was can stop the spread of fake news about the coronavirus online, and has the money spent on Brexit so far been worth it?