Schedule for Monday 16 October, 2017 | Māori Television

Māori Television

  • Broadcast starts at 6:30am
  • Join Robert Rakete and guests to discuss relevant issues of the day.

    • 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
  • Today Kai Time heads to the rohe of Ngā Ariki Kaiputahi in search of the Canadian Geese that have adapted well among the farmlands and forestry of Mangatu. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • 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. (RP)

    • 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. (RP)

    • 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
  • 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. (RP)

    • 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. (RP)

    • 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 the Smith whānau: Carel Smith, Rylee Smith, Manaia Smith and Zaria Smith. ®

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

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Plenty of laughs in Putaruru as the It’s in the Bag crew roll out the big prizes and the booby prizes tonight! (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • The unpredictable, impressive and always amusing nine-year history of Homai te Pakipaki is unlocked as we look back on the best moments from the live, Friday night, entertainment show. (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. (R)

    • 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
  • On Kawekōrero Reporters, we speak to Australian lawyer Joel McComber on how the Australian government has revived an old law to boot out immigrants out. Political reporter Heta Gardiner brings us the latest from parliament. Sports reporter Rahia Timutimu wraps up the weekend sport.

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Art is from the boreal forests of Northern BC. This week Art and Dan stay in a trapper’s cabin on the Cowichan River where Dan learns how to snare wild rabbits and forage for food plants with a local medicine woman.

    • Te Reo:None
    • On demand
  • A behind-the-scenes look at the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Ngā Tūmanako kapa haka as they journey to Te Matatini 2017. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Still in the Chathams, Owen is taken diving once again with an experienced skipper to target Hapuku, an elusive deep water fish. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • On demand
  • This ground-breaking series brings together the fighting styles of boxing, kickboxing and MMA all in one show. (R)

    • 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
  • 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
  • On Kawekōrero Reporters, we speak to Australian lawyer Joel McComber on how the Australian government has revived an old law to boot out immigrants out. Political reporter Heta Gardiner brings us the latest from parliament. Sports reporter Rahia Timutimu wraps up the weekend sport.

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • On demand
    • Subtitles
  • Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: He Piko He Taniwha. (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
  • 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.