Schedule for Tuesday 10 October, 2017 | Māori Television

Māori Television

  • Broadcast starts at 6:30am
  • Designed to inspire enquiring minds, Mīharo is pacy, colourful and jam-packed with questions and answers. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Stacey Morrison is back discovering how to balance a busy lifestyle, with help of some of the country's leading chefs, trainers and landscapers.

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • It’s time to settle down with a nice hot cup of coffee and a piece of fresh bread or a slice of your favourite dessert as Kai Time treats the Motu to a Bakers Delight in Rotorua. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • A Māori language learning series targeting intermediate level speakers, with presenter Pānia Papa. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • A Māori language learning series targeting intermediate level speakers, with presenter Pānia Papa. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Designed by Professor John Moorfield, Tōku Reo is a Māori language learning course which works with an interactive website to encourage further learning. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
  • Designed by Professor John Moorfield, Tōku Reo is a Māori language learning course which works with an interactive website to encourage further learning. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
  • Groundbreaking series using drama to teach te reo Māori. Simple, step-by-step lessons based around the ongoing story of daily life at 3 Reka St. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • Groundbreaking series using drama to teach te reo Māori. Simple, step-by-step lessons based around the ongoing story of daily life at 3 Reka St. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • Designed by Professor John Moorfield, Tōku Reo is a Māori language learning course which works with an interactive website to encourage further learning. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
  • Designed by Professor John Moorfield, Tōku Reo is a Māori language learning course which works with an interactive website to encourage further learning. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
  • Series hosted by Pānia Papa, using a range of games, music and activities to teach te reo Māori. This week's students are Mahaani Maiava, Teena Talaic and Coreena Opie. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: Tauranga Moana Tauranga Tangata. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Designed to inspire enquiring minds, Mīharo is pacy, colourful and jam-packed with questions and answers. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Stacey Morrison is back discovering how to balance a busy lifestyle, with help of some of the country's leading chefs, trainers and landscapers. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • Revisit Te Matatini 2017 - the pinnacle of Māori performing arts from around the country, hosted by Ngāti Kahungunu in the Hawke's Bay. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
  • Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: Te Waikaukau (RP)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective.

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • The Abboud Al-Suhairy family fled persecution in Iraq to start a new life in Australia and Sean Connolly is invited into their home to learn traditional recipes for a special family dinner.

    • Te Reo:None
    • On demand
  • Led by host Oriini Kaipara, the award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Maori perspective, as well as international indigenous news.

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • 11:30pmOff air

    Off air until 6:30am tomorrow.

Te Reo

  • Broadcast starts at 4:30pm
  • Join Tama, Hine, Pepi and the Pūkoro crew, for a new season, as they sing, act, dance, and explore their way through the universe. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective.

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • A Māori language learning series targeting intermediate level speakers, with presenter Pānia Papa. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: Ngāti Whakaue-Whakanuia. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Extensive coverage of the 2017 Waka Ama Sprint Nationals from Lake Karapiro including behind the scenes stories and profiles. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
  • Revisit Te Matatini 2017 - the pinnacle of Māori performing arts from around the country, hosted by Ngāti Kahungunu in the Hawke's Bay. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Music series featuring indigenous singers from all over the world presented by Robynleigh Emery-Cowan. (R)

    • Te Reo:None
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Tonight, we hear about karakia and kaitiaki relating Lake Taupō and the Waikato River.

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • New series
    • On demand
  • A risqué chat show featuring guests, who reminisce about their younger days and share some of their naughtiest secrets never told or seen on television before. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
  • Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Māori perspective. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • 11:00pmOff air

    Off air until 4:30pm tomorrow.