Media Take looks at the reality of "reality television" and asks why rude and charmless characters are rewarded by broadcasters. We also look at how bad behaviour plays out in Māori media and on social media where many Māori are deeply engaged. On a lighter note we are going to Otaki to visit the biggest and best festival of indigenous films in Aotearoa and meet festival directors Libby Hakarai
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News programme with local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (LIVE)
From the slums of Paris to the limelight of New York, Edith Piaf's life was a battle to sing and survive, live and love. Starring Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard. (REPEAT)
Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: He Wīwī He Naati He Whanoke. (FINAL)
The hot-headed D'Artagnan along with three former legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers must defeat a beautiful double agent from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war. (PREMIERE)
Mihiarangi Wihongi talks to 99-year-old kuia Tirahaere Walker who was born and raised in Te Wakakii and shares her stories from days gone by.
Tonight on Mataora. Tūmamao sits down with Korohere Ngāpō who shares the exciting journey of Te Reo o Hauraki and talks about how they saved the regions mita.
Prominent kaumātua as well as the country’s best practitioners of te reo Māori share their views on local, national and international issues with presenter Chris Winitana.
We learn about Ta Moko with a leading practitioner, Mark Kopua. Hohua Mohi shows us his work at his Rotorua Ta Moko studio and we learn how to make a traditional chisel.