Today The Country team is rocked by the news that Martin Devlin's radio show is moving to the weekend and he will no longer be able to taunt them daily.

On with the show:

Lisa Murray:

Our Met Service forecasters says there's some seriously wet weather coming our way.


Nigel Woodhead:

We catch up with the FMG Young Farmer of the Year who's been invited to attend the council meetings for Damien O'Connor's newly-announced Primary Sector Council.

Eloise Jillings:

The Dean of Admissions for the Massey University Veterinary School previews 'World Veterinary Day' tomorrow and encourages our best and brightest to take up a wonderful vocation.

Jeremy Rookes:

In the absence of his sparring partner Jason Uden, we talk to a Central Hawkes Bay farmer who's flat out doing everything but farming!

Dan Lynch:

The Project Manager for Ovis Management warns duck hunters of the importance of dosing gun dogs for the sheep measles tapeworm before taking them on-farm next weekend.


Barry Soper:

Our political correspondent reflects on a shared grandfather's service in Europe 100 years ago and a leader who has returned home victorious from Europe this week.

Listen below: