Dominic King - Darent Valley Hospital, Cowboy builders and Spirit of Britain
Matt Davison sits in for Dominic King. Fred Corbett's family speak of their distress after he was left for hours next to two dead bodies in Darent Valley Hospital. Matt Davison talks to the hospital's Director of Nursing Jenny Kaye. Three cowboy builders who conned more than 50 homeowners out of nearly £1m, including people in Kent and Surrey, are jailed for a total of 22 years. The gang ran two firms; Construction Management Development Limited and C-M-D Services Limited. The largest vessel ever designed for service on the Dover Strait takes her maiden voyage. The Spirit of Britain is 213 metres long and weighs 49,000 tonnes. Matt hears from her first paying passengers. 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.