Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 22 February 2021
1:12 First song
1:17 Christchurch 2011 earthquake: 10 years on
Today we mark the 10th anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, which claimed the lives of 185 people.
Jo Gallagher was working as a St John Advanced paramedic that day and was treating a patient when the quake struck.
She joins Jesse to share her story.
1.27 Fragments: First-hand accounts of the quake
Christchurch-based journalist Katy Gosset tells us about Fragments - a six-part podcast and video series - that she produced and presented.
The series brings together an archive of first-hand accounts recorded in the months following the devastating earthquake, by locals Julie Hutton and Sandra Cameron Close.
1.34 Memorial service marks 10th anniversary
A civic memorial service will be held at 12.30pm on the north bank of Oi Manawa, Canterbury National Earthquake Memorial.
RNZ Christchurch reporter Rachel Graham joins Jesse to tell us about the service and other events planned for today.
1:45 Quake's impact on Chch kids - 10 years on
Psychologist Kathleen Liberty talks about the long-term impact of the Christchurch quake on children - 10 years on.
1:55 Great NZ Album
2:10 A decade on and still waiting for repairs
For the past decade many across the Canterbury region have been waiting to get their homes repaired or a resolution on how to move forward.
Janine Allott, was in her home when the 22 February earthquake hit, along with her baby daughter. Ten years on, she's still waiting for repairs. She joins Jesse to tell her story.
2:20 Linda Burgess' TV picks
Linda Burgess joins Jesse to talk about what she's been watching this past week.
2:30 Expert Feature: Sharks
Sharks are creatures that both terrify and fascinate - fish that have been villianised in films like Jaws, but also celebrated in ancient myths.
Clinton Duffy is a marine scientist at the Department of Conservation with a very keen interest in sharks
He's today's Monday expert - if you have any questions about sharks text them in to 2101.
3:10 Professor Daniel Lieberman on why we're wired to be lazy.
When you take the escalator, instead of the stairs, don’t be too hard on yourself. We are hard wired to choose the easy way says Daniel Lieberman, professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard. You’re not wrong or even lazy if you find going to the gym or doing workouts unpleasant. Professor Lieberman wants us to take a more compassionate approach, an anthropological approach, to physical activity that keeps us healthy. His new book is called It’s Exercised: The Science of Physical Activity, Rest and Health.
3:45 The Panel with Ali Jones and Gary McCormick