It's the whole show in one go! The organ-grinder is on holiday so the monkey is in charge this week.

That's right, it's Dom Boy George flying solo while Jamie sips a cheeky Pinot Gris back home at Roslyn Heights.

Today's music is brought to you by 1976 because on this day the 21st Olympic Games opened in Montreal and New Zealand's controversial tour of South Africa.

So let's kick things off with a rugby history lesson to the epic Hotel California by The Eagles.

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On with the show! Phil Duncan let's us know what's happening with the weather around New Zealand. After he's compared birthdays and 80s technology with Dom.

The Minister of Finance, (and acting Prime Minister) Bill English is up next to discuss the calamitous state of world affairs at the moment.

Today's panel is Steve Wyn-Harris and Grant McCallum, a central Hawkes Bay sheep farmer and a Northland cow cocky.

Neal Wallace updates us on the big farming stories of the week.

He's a journalist for the New Zealand Farmers Weekly.

Finally let's have a dose of levity with The Country's rural raconteur Jim Hopkins!

Have a listen to the full show in the Soundcloud embed below: