News programme with local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (LIVE)
All categories: 2652 shows
Tonight: The first political debate of the year; Native Affairs reporter Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant on the Freedom Flotilla 111 to Gaza; issues of the week, from the Whanganui floods to concerns of political interference with Māori Television; and we farewell our presenter Mihingarangi Forbes.
A risqué chat show featuring guests who reminisce about their younger days and some of their most naughty secrets never told or seen on television before. Tonight: Bruce Stan Moses.
New episode. Levin’s Tukorehe Marae meets bottom seeds Maraenui from the Bay of Plenty in a challenge to create three innovative fish dishes.
Tautohetohe travels to different regions based on the 28th Māori Battalion Companies A,B,C and D. Tonight: B Company, Rotorua – Tanenuiarangi v Takitimu marae. (REPEAT)
A documentary series that celebrates Māori architecture while exploring the amazing stories of iwi and hapū through some of our most significant whare.
Matariki is a time to remember those who’ve passed, it also heralds the Māori New Year and new beginnings. The question that hangs over the paepae this week is whether mātauranga Māori is still relevant.
A series of conversations profiling some of our last remaining male elders, focusing on the transition of Māori from before urbanisation to the present day.
Performances from Te Matatini 2015, featuring Te Aitanga a Hauiti ki Uawa.