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Debating on the future of broadcasting in NZ are: Bailey Mackey, Producer; Wallace Chapman, Radio Show Host; Fran O’Sullivan, Columnist; Larry Parr, Te Māngai Pāho and Richard Pamatatau, Journalism Lecturer. Topics discussed will be around the following issues, The Charter; Māori Broadcasting; Radio and Funding Reality.

Native Affairs - Promo

Māori Television's flagship current affairs show, Native Affairs, is presented by award-winning journalist Mihingarangi Forbes (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Paoa). The show's accolades include former presenter, Julian Wilcox, winning top honours at the 2012 New Zealand Television Awards for Best News or Current Affairs Presenter, and Best Presenter: Te Reo Māori for his live funeral coverage of the Venerable Dr Hone Kaa last April.

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Native Affairs travels to Western Australia to meet the people fighting to keep their way of life. The "Mapuna Atea" farm block in the Wairarapa which is being sold by the Māori Education Trust and disputed by Ngāti Kahungunu. We discuss "The Tides of Blood" with actor Sam Neill. With stories "New Zealand troops to Iraq" and "Home at last" featured in this episode as well. 

Native Affairs Promo - Coming up next week...

Māori Television's flagship current affairs show, Native Affairs, is presented by award-winning journalist Mihingarangi Forbes (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Paoa). The show's accolades include former presenter, Julian Wilcox, winning top honours at the 2012 New Zealand Television Awards for Best News or Current Affairs Presenter, and Best Presenter: Te Reo Māori for his live funeral coverage of the Venerable Dr Hone Kaa last April.

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Tonight on Native Affairs: The Gift, Ron Mark Interview, Koha Shed in Whanganui, Media Panel, and Sister Act. 

Native Affairs

An Easter Monday special - Native Affairs hosts a live one hour discussion on the future of our flag. We also feature work by Māori artists Tracey Tawhiao, Zarahn Southon, Natasha Keating and Sophia Minson whose designs will be auctioned off, with proceeds going to support UNICEF’s Cyclone Pam humanitarian appeal.

Native Affairs

On Native Affairs this week; Everybody knows somebody with eczema. Yet many eczema sufferers worldwide go untreated, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters, charter schools controversy, aboriginal community closures and we have a chat with Robert Redford.

Native Affairs

Tonight on Native Affairs: River Cop - Millan Ruka on the case in Northland; Two Horse Race - the race to win the Northland election; Quadriplegic - inspirational story of Adam Watling; The Gardener - presented by Ruwani Perera; The Northland Panel; and Preview - what's coming up next week on Native Affairs.