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Coming soon.

E haere ake nei.

Coming soon to Māori Television and Te Reo channel.


Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau Aotearoa, Wednesday 31 May, 8.30pm (TE REO CHANNEL)
This documentary series exposes viewers to the varying Maori dialects of Aotearoa while learning more about the lifestyles and values by which Maori are known.  This series celebrates reo excellence exposing viewers to new use of words and sentence structures.  Each dialect has its own rhythm and distinct sound.  This subtle difference shows iwi in the fuller cultural existence.  An array of female presenters will nurture talent to share their unique life's story.  Their investigative intuition will assist in unreavelling amazing characters, stories and practices of Maori.
 


Nations without Boarders, Sunday 11 June, 11.30am
Nations without Borders is a current affairs series of stories produced by the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network.
 


Neighbourhood, Sunday 11 June, 12.00pm
Neighbourhood celebrates the diverse and vibrant communities that make up Aotearoa today, through the eyes of the people that know them best.
 


School of Hard Knocks, Monday 12 June, 8.00pm
Sir John Kirwan attempts to mould a group of disadvantaged youths into a Rugby team in an effort to change their lives.


Māori All Blacks v British and Irish Lions, Saturday 17 June, 9.30pm
90 minutes delayed coverage of the Maori All Blacks and Irish Lions game.


The Great Australian Riot Race, Monday 19 June, 8.30pm
Bestselling author, columnist, Peter FitzSimons takes an explosive journey across Australia, reliving the country's forgotten race riots.  In his inimitable style, FitzSimons exposes heroes and villains on a journey that spans more than 170 years. FitzSimons sets out from the sands of Cronulla beach, site of Australia's most notorious recent race riot, to quickly reveal that this riot was no aberration.


Hunting Aotearoa Best of, Monday 19 June, 9.30pm
The best of Hunting Aoteaora Series 9, 10 & 11.


Whānau Kai, Wednesday 21 June, 7.30pm
A cooking show with a magic ingredient 'Whanau'. Reikura and her three tamariki teach whānau how to cook healthy, simple, and achievable kai.


Sachie's Kitchen, Tuesday 27 June, 7.30pm
Sachie's Kitchen is an exciting new coooking series celebrating Japanese cuisine and inspiring viewers at home with simple to make, amazing dishes.  Hosted by culinary rising star and media darling Sachie Nomura, Sachie's Kitchen was filmed in her purpose built cooking school with fascinating on location segments of Sachie's culinary adventures in Japan.  Sachie's Kitchen is a stylishly presented combination of great produce, travel and Sachie's vibrant and engagin personality.​

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