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!
Emma Rosen, author of 'Milk' her book on breastfeeding and motherhood talks to Peter Guise on Drivetime about the book, breastfeeding and motherhood.
The book is available on Amazon and on Kindle and via the author at www.emmarosenbooks.co.uk
Claire Sweet talks to Peter Guise on Drivetime about her Business Women of the Year Award, being a financial advisor and what people come to her for to get financial advice.
On Drivetime, Peter Guise spoke to Ian Simpson about the increase in popularity of Organic Wine.
On 15th September, the News Team with the Station Manager, travelled to Sheffield for the Community Radio Awards after being shortlisted for the Speech & Journalism Award. We are delighted to have been awarded Silver; a great achievement given the short time that Radio Cabin 94.6FM has been broadcasting as a Community Radio Station. Although the station has been around for over 40 years in various formats, of course. The subject of the award winning piece was the opening of the new Herne Centre. This listen again feature was included in Drivetime on Monday 17th September 2018 and includes audio gathered on the awards night in Sheffield as well as the piece that won the award.
Peter Guise talks to Dr Mowson on Drivetime about migraines, headaches, drugs and treatments.
The final of Herne Bay Rocks 2018 took place at the King's Hall, Herne Bay on the evening of Friday 17th August.
Radio Cabin were there to provide full recorded coverage of the three finalists sets as well as interviewing the organisers, judges and the performers.
On Sunday 19th August 2018 the Canterbury & District Bat & Trap League will be hosting the Kent Charity Cup at Littlebourne Revreation Ground starting at 10:30 a.m.
Drivetime's Peter Guise spoke to the Chairman, Kevin Kemp, about the event now in it's fifth year
Radio Cabin 94.6FM reports on the opening of the Herne Centre on Saturday 9th June
Emma from Stronger Kent Community Fair came to the Drivetime studio to talk about the community Fair