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A lesson for science communicators in Campbell Live demise

Peter Griffin posted in on May 22nd, 2015.

He made it to ten years, and on reflection, he was bloody lucky to get there. The axing of John Campbell’s show and his departure from Mediaworks is a real loss for journalism. But it points to a larger shift in viewing habits and tastes of TV viewers who, we are told, are getting their […]

Is a megathrust quake around the corner? – Campbell Live

Laura Goodall posted in on May 20th, 2015.

Campbell Live’s Tristram Clayton and Whena Owen interviewed GNS scientists last night about the latest findings on central New Zealand’s ‘megathrust’ quake zone. We already know that New Zealand is earthquake-prone and that the Hikurangi Margin, where the Australian Plate pushes down on the Pacific Plate, is a hotspot. However scientists have now found evidence, after analysing sediment cores from […]

Mark Quigley reflects on the Christchurch Quakes

John Kerr posted in on September 5th, 2011.

Last week John Campbell met with Dr Mark Quigley from the School of Geological Sciences at the University of Canterbury to discuss the scientific and personal implications of the Christchurch earthquakes. You can watch the video here. From the 3 News site: We first met Mark Quigley after the day after the September 7.1 shake […]

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