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 '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.

If you didn't get chance to listen to Cabin FM's local news review this Saturday lunchtime, here's a chance to 'listen again' to 'Across The Bay' with Jan Reid & Peter Guise.

Across The Bay is Cabin FM's weekly review of the local news in the Herne Bay area . The programme also showcases a local community group. This week it's the Herne Bay Baptist Church Model Railway Club.

Here's a chance for you to listen again to the interview broadcast on Drivetime on New Year's Eve when Sarah Jenner talked to Peter Guise about the work her organisation undertakes with regard to animal rescue and how the public can help by donating useful items such as blankets, dog baskets, horse rugs and the like.

Here's you chance to listen again, or even listen for the first time, to the Postbox Toppers special feature with our roving reporter Craig Longman, first broadcast on Drivetime with Peter Guise on Wednesday 19th December 2018.

Herne Bay played Gillingham in the quarter-finals of the Kent FA Senior Cup on Tuesday 11th December at Winch's Field. 

Here's your chance to listen again to the pre-match build up pitch side interviews with Aaron Smith, Ray Kelly, Andrew Garland (match summariser) and Peter Whittaker.

Here's a chance to listen again to the piece broadcast on Drivetime on Monday 3rd December following our reporter Craig Longman's visit to Beach Creative the previous Friday to find out about Canterbury City Council's plans for the regeneration of the Beach Street area of Herne Bay.

Sophie Green went along to the Christmas Lights Event in Mortimer Street and talked to the people of Herne Bay who had come along and to the entertainers.

Our roving reporter, Sophie Green, went down to the Wimereux Plaza to get the public's reaction to Herne Bay's Christmas Tree.