Schedule for Sunday 17 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
  • This week Rewi meets with Ben Bayly, head chef at The Grove. Ben tells us about his international cooking career and we find out what he has planned for Taste of Auckland. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • New series
    • OnDemand
  • A current affairs show exploring regional, national and international stories as they relate to Māori and Aotearoa. Join our team as we go beyond the headline. (REPEAT)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
    • Subtitles
  • This week The Puna stop in Spain on the way home to NZ but a recent terror attack in Barcelona has everyone on edge. Student Piripi Gordon prepares to compete at Manu Kōrero. (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 travels to Hawaii’s Molokai Island where there is an abundance of deer. Owen must learn to hunt like the locals. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • OnDemand
    • Off Air
  • Another Cleave brothers’ expedition on Great Barrier. If eel and watercress tickle your fancy, tune in as the bros try to net a river monster with a traditional hīnaki. (R)

    • Te Reo:Beginner
    • New series
    • OnDemand
  • This week we travel to Auckland, home to Nga Tumanako. We will explore how this kapa was established by a group of friends who grew up together on Hoani Waititi Marae. (FINAL) (RP)

    • Te Reo:Intermediate
    • OnDemand
  • This week we see Milk in Vietnam, paua cuisine in five star restaurants, manuka honey served in cocktails in the tallest bar in the world (Hong Kong) and scampi in China. (R)

    • 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
  • 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. This week’s episode travels to Wainuiomata to meet Toi Māori, operations manager Tamahou Temara of Tuhoe decent who shares his passion for Māori art and traditional Māori food gathering. ®

    • Te Reo:Advanced
    • OnDemand
  • It’s Grand Final time. The final 3 have proven to be the most determined to make it this far in the competition. Whoever triumphs on the day will be the new Game Of Bros Champion! (FINAL) (RP)

    • 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
  • From the author of "The Whale Rider", a tale of family rivalry and reconciliation, set against the stunning backdrop of rural New Zealand in the 1960s. (2016) (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
  • 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
  • Extensive coverage of the 2018 Waka Ama Sprint Nationals from Lake Karapiro including behind the scenes stories and profiles. (R)

    • Te Reo:None
    • OnDemand
  • 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: Waipapa 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 Te Matiu Rakete. (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.