Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 2 September 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 East Coast still feeling aftershocks

Aftershocks are still being felt on the East Coast, after a 7.1 earthquake hit off the East Cape this morning. The quake struck at 4.40am about 130km north-east of Te Araroa and was 55km deep.

Civil Defence has cancelled a level two tsunami threat warning. Gisborne residents can now return to their homes, after earlier being told to leave properties along the coastline.

Power has been restored to the 300 affected homes. Several schools in Gisborne will be closed for the day, despite the tsunami warning being lifted.

We get the latest on the seismic activity from Bill Fry, a GNS Seismologist.

A 7.1 earthquake has hit northeast of Gisborne, and residents have been urged to evacuate to higher ground.

A 7.1 earthquake has hit northeast of Gisborne, and residents have been urged to evacuate to higher ground. Photo: Geonet

1:20 Saving Sir Ed's Hut

The Tractors on Mt Ruapehu, where Sir Ed first experienced snow.

The Tractors on Mt Ruapehu, where Sir Ed first experienced snow. Photo: Antarctic Heritage Trust

The vintage tractor expedition from Piha Beach to Aoraki Mount Cook has cracked more than 600 kilometres.

So far Expedition South, has covered about a third of the journey, in two vintage tractors and a modern Massey Ferguson. 

Al Fastier  of the Antarctic Heritage Trust is leading the road trip.

1:35 Critter of the Week: The Duvaucel's Gecko

Doc's Threatened Species Ambassador presents our biggest extant gecko species, the Duvaucel's Gecko.

1:40 Favourite album: Chelsea Night Club by The Members (1979) 

2:10 Film Review with Richard Swainson

2:20 NZ Live: Kim Bonnington with The Hardcore Troubadours

Kim Bonnington Hard Core Troubadours

Kim Bonnington Hard Core Troubadours Photo: RNZ

Today's New Zealand Live guest started her career in entertainment at age 4, living in the small South Island town of Tapawera. Now she is one half of a Country / Folk duo, often seen frequenting the bars and cafes of Wellington but today she is here with the Hard Core Troubadours, playing songs from her debut, self-titled EP.

3:10 Food: Julie Biuso celebrates pulses

Lentil Salad with Golden Raisins & Roasted Tomatoes

Lentil Salad with Golden Raisins & Roasted Tomatoes Photo: Julie Biuso

2016 is the Year of the Pulse!  The United Nations focuses on a different food source about every 4 years, and utilising pulse-based proteins is the emphasis this year.

Chef, Julie Biuso says pulses are  an inexpensive way to include protein in a weekly diet - things such as dried beans, chickpeas and lentils. 

She also shares a recipe for Lentil Salad with Golden Raisins & Roasted Tomatoes.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN AFTERNOONS:
1pm - 4pm with Jim Mora
Friday 2nd September 2016

JIM'S SONG:
ARTIST    Gary Portnoy
TITLE:      Where Everybody Knows You Name (Theme from Cheers)
COMP:    Gary Portnoy, Judy Hart Angelo
ALBUM:   Single
LABEL:    Star Blend

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    The Members
TITLE       The Sound of The Suberbs
COMP:     Jean-Marie Carroll, Nicky Tesco
ALBUM:   At The Chelsea Night Club
LABEL:    Virgin

ARTIST:    The Members
TITLE       Soho A Go Go
COMP:     Chris Payne, Nicky Tesco
ALBUM:   At The Chelsea Night Club
LABEL:    Virgin

ARTIST:    The Members
TITLE       Chelsea Night Club
COMP:     Jean-Marie Carroll
ALBUM:   At The Chelsea Night Club
LABEL:    Virgin

NEW ZEALAND LIVE:  
ARTIST:    Kim Bonnington
TITLE:      A Little Time
COMP:     Kim Bonnington
ALBUM:   Kim Bonnington EP
LIVE:       RNZ Wellington

ARTIST:    Kim Bonnington
TITLE:      The Debt
COMP:     Kim Bommington
ALBUM:   Kim Bonnington EP
LIVE:       RNZ Wellington

ARTIST:    Kim Bonnington
TITLE:      All She Ever Wanted
COMP:     Wayne Mason
ALBUM:   Kim Bonnington
LIVE:       RNZ Wellington

ARTIST:    Kim Bonnington
TITLE:      Those Words We Said
COMP:     Kim Richey
ALBUM:   Kim Bonnington
LIVE:       RNZ Wellington

THE PANEL (HALF TIME SONG)
ARTIST:    The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
TITLE:      The Policeman's Song (A Policeman's Lot Is Not A Happy One)
COMP:     William Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan
ALBUM:   Pirates of Penzance
LABEL:    London