On The Country we catch up with Monday's resident weather expert Phil Duncan who says things could be starting to get rather dry.
On with the show:
Monday's resident weather expert warns of increasing signs that New Zealand could be drying out, with the risk of a repeat of last year's spring/early summer dry spell.
Sir David Fagan:
New Zealand's most decorated shearer and the Chairman of Shearing Sports NZ talks about the beginning of the competition season, a sheep called "Boofy" and why his home town of Te Kuiti will not put up with nonsense from the Gangs (of the non-shearing variety).
Don Nicolson and Craig Wiggins:
Today's panel ponders some dubious spending by Fish and Game, the state of the racing industry and 25 years of New Zealand First.
We salute Minister for Biosecurity Damien O'Connor's call for every New Zealander to help build a biosecurity team of 4.7 million as part of the Ko Tātou This Is Us campaign.