Football and mental health have made headlines in recent weeks with a growing number of players revealing they've had to seek help with the issue.
Last week, Everton winger Aaron Lennon was detained under the Mental Health Act over fears for his safety.
But the beautiful game can help those battling the problem. In Monday night's programme, Derek Johnson talked with the Swale Tigers, a football team made of players with mental health issues.
He spoke to manager Toni Golden, and co-founder, Matt Bromley.
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It had been branded as 'dangerous' with 'high levels of violence'. So how were 60 prisoners able to cause a major disturbance at one of Kent's biggest jails overnight?
Swaleside is one of three prisons on the Isle of Sheppey - known as the Sheppey Cluster. Alongside Stanford Hill, and Elmley, it houses almost 3,000 inmates.
It was condemned in a report last summer as an institution where more than two thirds of prisoners felt unsafe, and having "worrying" levels of violence.
Last night, specialist riot prison officers had to be called in, when inmates took control of a wing for several hours. Fires were lit and troubled flared.
It was only in the early hours of this morning, that order was restored.
A prison blogger says that prisoners concerned about their own safety may have sparked a riot at 'troubled' Swaleside prison to highlight their fears.
Alex Cavendish spoke to ITV News Meridian by phone earlier. Listen to his full interview below:
A new campaign has been launched in Kent to support parents with young babies, offering vital safety advice to protect their children and reduce the chance of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Each year in Kent, approximately nine babies under a year old die unexpectedly in their sleep.
There are no obvious reasons for these deaths, but factors such as overheating and co-sleeping increase the risk.
Kent Safeguarding Children’s Board and partner organisations have developed innovative thermometer cards which will help parents understand the issues and monitor the temperature of the room in which their baby is sleeping.
My daughter Maisie is 14-weeks-old and I’m fairly aware of the dangers of her overheating but I know some new parents aren’t and they can be easily confused, especially when it’s winter and you’re looking at putting your baby in a grow bag or a blanket to sleep.
To prevent your baby overheating, it is advised:
- Never cover your baby’s head when they are sleeping
- Never put your baby to sleep in a cot/crib with pillows, cot bumpers, duvets/quilts or soft toys
- Always remove your baby’s hat and outer clothing when coming indoors – especially if the baby is asleep
- Always remove your baby from their car seat as soon they are brought inside – car seats are designed for transport only.
- Avoid dressing your baby in warm clothing when carrying in a baby sling – they could overheat.
Hundreds of homes were left without water on the Isle of Sheppey after a mains burst. More than 1000 housholds were relying on bottled water and 3 schools had to close on Friday.
Water was restored today - but Southern Water says some people may still experience problems as the supply becomes re-established. It comes after long-running repairs were carried out to the Island's water main under the A249 at Bobbing.
Sarah Saunders has the latest.
Water has been restored after more than a thousand homes were left without supplies on the Isle of Sheppey after a mains burst. Hundreds of households were relying on bottled water and 3 schools had to close on Friday.
Southern Water says some people may still experience problems as the supply becomes re-established. It comes after long-running repairs were carried out to the Island's water main under the A249 at Bobbing.
Sarah Saunders reports
100 2 litre bottles at The Promenade, Leysdown-on-sea. More on the way. Free bottled water at Morrison's car park Queenborough