Missed an interview or local report, or just want to have another listen? Here you will find plenty of local audio content to keep you informed!

Here's a chance to listen again to a Cabin FM Special, The Godfather of Ska, first broadcast on Cabin FM at 9:00 p.m. on Monday 22nd April 2019.

Peter Guise in conversation with Arthur Kay talking about his 40 years in the business that started in 1979 with a gig at the Cabin Youth Centre in Kings Road. Includes tracks for Arthur Kay and The Originals and featuring their new single 'Street Little Princess' to be released in June 2019.

Here's your chance to listen again (or fir the first time if you missed the initial broadcast) to Cabin FM's local news review and magazine programme, Across the Bay with Jan Reid and Peter Guise, first broadcast on Saturday 20th April 2019.

Here's a chance to listen again to Across The Bay with Jan Reid and Peter Guise, first broadcast on Cabin FM on Saturday 13th April 2019 at midday. Cabin FM's local news review and magazine programme. In this edition we feature Roxanne and Lewis Summers who are going to trek the Great Wall of China in aid of the Mental Health Foundation.

If you missed this Saturday's edition of Across The Bay then here's your chance to 'listen again'. On this week's edition Jan & Peter feature the proposals for the Neptune Hub and Herne Bay's Race for Life.

Here's a chance to listen again to Across The Bay with Jan Reid and Peter Guise, first broadcast on Cabin FM at midday on Saturday 30th March 2019. As well as reviewing the local news and sport for the week, the programme takes a look at the seaweed along Herne Bay's shoreline explained by Ian Tittley of the Herne Bay Seaside Museum.

Here's your chance to listen again to this Saturday's edition of Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise. First broadcast on Saturday 9th March 2019 at midday on Cabin FM, Herne Bay's only local Community Radio Station.

On this Saturday's Across The Bay at midday on Cabin FM with Jan Reid & Peter Guise, we talk to retired police Inspector, now a City Councillor, Ashley Clark, about policing in the area. Keith Davy reports on plans for a seafront plaza. We will also have the latest sport and weather plus the other stories you may have missed in this week's local news bulletins on Drivetime. 

Here's your chance to listen again to Lily talking on Drivetime on Cabin FM about having her hair cut and raising money for The Little Princess Trust, a national charity that provided human hair wigs for young children who have lost their own hair whilst receiving treatment for cancer, and for SNAAP, a charity based in Hernre Bay providing activities and advice for children with special needs and their parents. Lily was joined on the programme by Sarah from SNAAP and Wendy from The Little Princess Trust. Peter Guise is your Drivetime presenter on Cabin FM

If you missed it here's a chance to 'listen again' to this week's edition of Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise on your award winning Cabin FM. First broadcast 2nd March 2019 at midday. In this edition we talk to Councillor Ian Stockley about traffic calming on Blacksole Bridge, Keith Davy tells us about the delays to proposals for hospital provision in East Kent and Ben Smith describes the emotions at Canterbury City FC who are through to the semi-finals of the FA Vase.

Here's a chance to listen again to 'Across The Bay' with Jan Reid and Peter Guise, including a feature on The Seaside Museum located at 12 William Street, Herne Bay. Visit their website www.theseasidemuseumhernebay.org for exhibition and visiting details.

Here's another chance to listen to Chewing The Cud with Bird & Guise broadcast on Monday 18th February. It includes a phone-in discussion with Lee Adams about Martial Arts traning in Herne Bay. If you would like to get involved in the Monday night discussions or would like to showcase your community group then get in touch, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.