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Coming soon to Māori Television and Te Reo channel.
LIVE SPECIAL- Ngā Whetu o Matariki, Sunday 26 June, 8.30pm
A 90 minute Live awards ceremony that celebrates Maori success and achievements in the fields of business, science and technology, the arts, education, sports, te reo and tikanga and the Supreme Award.
KTK - Next Level, Monday 30 May, 7.00pm
A fresh and contemporary magazine-style show aimed at taiohi Māori. Pre-recorded presenter links will tie together packaged VTs shot around Aotearoa which take their content and aesthetic leads from social media and popular 'infotainment' sites. Fun and funny as well as being inspirational, this series will sit at the lower end of the fluent category and will appeal to social media focused taiohi audiences (16+).
Ngā Whetu o Matariki, Saturday 11 June, 8.00pm
A series of three half hour profile programmes that showcase and introduce our audience to the finalists of the inaugural Matariki Awards. As well as a 90 minute Live awards ceremony that celebrates Maori success and achievement in the fields of business, science and technology, the arts, education, sports, te reo and tikanga and the Supreme Awards.
Whānau Bake-Off, Thursday 16 June, 7.30pm
A simple baking show that teaches and entertains our audience. Whānau Bake-Off against whānau - Father vs Son, Husband vs Wife, Sister vs Sister, Mokopuna vs Nanny. The options are endless.
ASB Polyfest – Kapa Haka – Tuesday 21 June, 7.00pm
The ASB Polyfest has become the largest secondary Polynesian festival in the world, with 9000 performers and 80000 spectators flocking to Manukau over 4 days to see who will claim top honours from each stage. The series, ASB Polyfest 2016 will deliver 41.5 hours of content for Māori Television and will be broken down into 3 groups consisting of ASB Polyfest Omnibus; Kapa Haka Repackaged; and a half hour Highlights show. ID 3833 is on the ASB Polyfest page until we sort something out...
Café Niugini – Tuesday 21 June, 7.30pm
Films the extraordinary food cultures and cuisines of Papua New Guinea. Jennifer Baing takes us on a unique culinary journey experiencing the land of more than 800 tribes and healthy food recipes.
2Kaha – Thursday 23 June, 4.30pm
A live studio dedicated to everything positively Māori, featuring presenters Olly Coddington and Bree Peters and a fresh blend of content.