LONDON (AFP) - Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of Michael Jacksons manslaughter, admitted in comments broadcast Thursday that he made mistakes on the day of the pop icons death but denied criminal culpability. Murray recalled how he went into the room next to Jacksons bedroom to make telephone calls while the star lay dying and justified not telling police about having given him propofol, as I did not think it was important. The doctors previously unheard comments were made to British journalist Steve Hewlett and aired on Channel 4 immediately before the showing of a controversial documentary charting the singers demise. Murray, 58, claimed Jackson had requested milk his slang term for propofol at 10:40 am on June 25, 2009, to help him sleep after a restless night.