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Māori/Niuean singer-songwriter Pauly Fuemana shot to fame in 1995 with the song that became New Zealand’s biggest selling record. His story will be told in HOW BIZARRE, screening Monday, August 25 at 9.30pm on Māori Television.
ONCE WERE WARRIORS - WHERE ARE THEY NOW? brings the cast and key protagonists together to tell the real story of how the movie was made, its impact, and its legacy.
If your marae is known for serving up great kai, then Māori Television wants to hear from you!
Māori Television, Te Papa Kāinga o Te Haka, is excited to announce the new line up of kapa haka shows starting on Monday July 21.
Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants have been given a new voice thanks to a Māori Television project to translate the popular children’s programmes into te reo Maori.
WHAIKŌRERO, a new documentary series exploring the origin and history of Maori speech-making, will premiere on Māori Television on Wednesday July 16 at 8.00pm.
Māori Television current affairs programme, Native Affairs, has won two international journalism awards today at the World Indigenous Broadcasters Conference (WITBC) in Canada.
What makes the New Zealand media tick? Who decides which stories get covered, which ones don’t and how the subjects are treated?
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