Schedule for Sunday 10 June, 2018 | Māori Television

Māori Television

  • Broadcast starts at 10:00am
  • Te Hāmua and Luke Bird hit the streets of Aotearoa in search of karaoke talent who have what it takes to win cold hard cash. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
  • Chef Juan provides Rewi with his biggest challenge to date. They will need to cook 4 cow legs weighing in at 120kgs for up to 800 people. With this amount of meat, timing is everything. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • New series
    • OnDemand
  • The Puna are guest performers at a 50 year old cultural festival in Poland. The team have 5 concerts and it’s the first time a Māori rōpū has ever been invited to take part. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Each week we meet a multicultural New Zealander from the migrant refugee community.

    • Te Reo:None
    • OnDemand
    • Off Air
  • Tonight Owen pays homage to his whānau and pays them a visit after a successful hunt. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
    • Off Air
  • The Cleave brothers take 2 Rangatira out to show off their local “underwater supermarket.’ And later, Dazza’s son Mark shows his uncles just how to catch a monster snapper. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • New series
    • OnDemand
  • We travel to Te Kaha. This episode will explore how the stories and beliefs of Te Whānau a Apanui have shaped their kapa and continues to inspire their kaihaka to return home. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • OnDemand
  • Tim Lambourne tracks the journey of Māori exporting, from tennis balls at the US Open to venison at the Burj Kalifa. Māori are supplying some of the most sophisticated international markets. (RP)

    • Te Reo:None
    • OnDemand
  • Pio Terei is no stranger to pulling out his guitar and entertaining a party crowd. He does just that with the Quartet. It’s a master class in looking and sounding great at a party. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
  • Coverage of the best young Touch players in New Zealand as they face off in 6 grades: U16 Boys, Girls and Mixed and U18 Boys, Girls and Mixed.

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
  • Chef Anne Thorp prepares simple and delicious meals using the freshest produce New Zealand has on offer. Today, Anne prepares Tuna Nicoise, Huevos Rancheros, Eggs done 3 ways and Kawakawa tea. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • New series
    • OnDemand
  • A bilingual current affairs show with a unique Māori world view for all New Zealanders. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • OnDemand
    • 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
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Aotearoa. We travel to Ruatorea to meet with the manager of Radio Ngāti Porou, Erana Reedy, self confessed Iwi fundamentalist and pioneer in Māori media. ®

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
  • Only 4 contestants remain. Our warriors will use ancient survival techniques to make a cup of tea. Things are about to heat up as we draw closer to finding our Game of Bros Champion! (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
  • Weekly, in-ring flagship program with a compelling blend of athleticism and entertainment, featuring the high-flying action of WWE SmackDown Live Superstars.

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. (2013) (PREMIERE)

    • Te Reo:None
    • OnDemand
  • Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Tonight, we hear anecdotes of life growing up on the water. (R)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • OnDemand
  • 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
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • 11:25pmOff air

    Off air until 6:30am tomorrow.

Te Reo

  • Broadcast starts at 4:30pm
  • 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. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Waka Huia is an iconic archival documentary series recording the unique stories and histories of Māori for all New Zealanders. (FINAL) (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Performances of traditional waiata with an explanation of the songs’ origin. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
  • 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
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive kōrero from around the motu. Tonight: He Iwi Whakapono. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • A documentary series that celebrates Māori architecture while exploring the amazing stories of iwi and hapu through some of our most significant whare. Tonight: Hiruharama Marae. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • Quinton Hita journeys back to his roots to capture the Ngapuhi dialect through tableside yarns with kaumatua about their lives. Tonight’s episode features Whare Hiku. (R)

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
    • 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
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • 11:00pmOff air

    Off air until 11:30am tomorrow.