Today on The Country, Jamie Mackay continues his tribute to the Apollo 11 moon landing with a what is quite possibly a tall tale about Neil Armstrong.
On with the show:
Our Met Service forecaster says some welcomed and meaningful rain is on the way for the dry east coast of the South Island.
We find our Sydney-based Australian correspondent in his state of origin - South Australia - from where we yarn about the moon landing, lamb prices and the wonder of Lake Eyre.
In the absence of one of the Farmer Js we find our sole panellist skiing in Wanaka - as one does when one needs a break from one's Hawke's Bay sheep and beef farm.
Our political correspondent ponders the moon landing and whether the Greens are on another planet?
We head to Buenos Aires where this week's $100 TAB sports bet of the week sees us backing the All Blacks (11-20 margin over Argentina) and Ryan Fox for a top 10 finish in the British Golf Open.