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Come join the Tākaro Tribe! They sing and dance their way through their magical alphabet forest, meeting friends and whānau and learning as they go. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 6.30am, repeats 3.00pm on same days.
Children learn about topics such as science, maths and literacy through original music and songs.
A fun sing along, instructional, Māori Performing Arts series. Weekdays, 7.10am, and then On Demand.
A new instructional arts series for 6 - 9 year olds about all things tamariki! Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 7.20am. On Demand globally.
Tamariki animation series based on the character Pipi Mā in 100% Te Reo Māori. Mondays & Wednesdays, 7.30am. Repeats, same days, 4.00pm. On Demand video available globally for 60 days.
Award-winning children’s bilingual Māori language show Pūkana, bringing laughter and fun to children in New Zealand and around the world. New series, weekdays, 7.40am & 4.10pm.
Join four different tamariki each episode as they share and prepare simple and delicious recipes. Wednesdays & Fridays, 7.50am & 4.20pm (R).
Your leading source of Māori news given from a unique Māori perspective. When it happens in the Māori world, you’ll hear about it on Te Kāea first.
A dynamic news programme driven by the latest content evolving from social media and the world.
Whānau Living focuses on Stacey Morrison's personal journey of discovery and how to balance a busy lifestyle. New series, Tuesdays - Fridays, 9.00am, then available On Demand.
A selection of the best episodes over the years, from the popular series Kai Time on the Road. Repeats, Wednesday 26 September, 9.30am (R)
Kitchen Kura sees 13 students share their recipes with the master, chef Rex Morgan, and then serves them up for their closest and dearest to critique. Available On Demand.
Hosts Te Hāmua Nikora and Luke Bird challenge every day kiwis to put their talent on the line in order to win cold hard cash. Series 1, 2, & 3, are available On Demand.
A brand new series focused on the commitments whānau make to kapa haka.
Reconnecting Māori whānau from around the country with their ‘other side’ or ancestors from abroad. For more than 200 years migrants from many countries have made their way to Aotearoa, establishing families with local Māori. Available On Demand.
Waka Warriors is a 10 part adventure that follows the transformation of three rangatahi as they vie for a place on board a fleet of voyaging canoes sailing to the South Pacific.
Haka group Tūturu Whakamaua Kia Tina (Turuz) aren't the best group in Aotearoa, in fact they're pretty average. New series, Thursday's, 9.00pm. Series 1, available On Demand.
Hosted by Tamati Coffey, whānau pack up their lives in Auckland and start new lives in provincial New Zealand. Wednesdays, 8.00pm, and then video On Demand available worldwide for 60 days.
Live streaming of the 2017 Primary School's Kapa Haka Nationals in Gisborne 6-10 November 2017.
This Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
This series of over 100 half hour programmes, is by iwi, for iwi and about iwi. Covering a range of subjects, from tribal histories, stories, myths and legends, this series has been made specifically for the Te Reo channel. “The echoing voices from the mountains”
Sign High is designed to promote the use of sign language in different settings, including Marae protocol.
Miriama Kamo, Scotty Morrison and the Marae team bring you news from the Māori community. Marae is a bilingual current affairs show from a unique Māori world view for all New Zealanders. Wednesdays, 5.00pm, and then available On Demand
He Pouwhenua, He Puapua. National Secondary Schools Kapa Haka Competition. Series returns, Monday 24 September, 6.00pm.
Aims to make organic gardening easy and relevant to today, weaving together traditional growing methods with Māori ingenuity, to produce fresh tasty dishes. Wednesdays, 7.30pm. On Demand available globally.
The popular makeover show that has the team taking on challenges around Aotearoa. Series 12 repeats, Wednesday 26 September, 8.30pm.
The questions you have been afraid to ask but always wanted to; questions to the famous, and to interesting, opinionated people, Whuia Te Paatai will go there. Wednesdays, 9.30pm. Repeats on Te Reo channel, Sundays, 7.30pm.
Hear the unique iwi histories, explore the political, social and cultural concerns of the moment from Māori around Aotearoa. Thursdays, 5.00pm, and Sundays on the Te Reo channel, 6.30pm (R).
A Māori Language Class for intermediate-level learners, presented by Pānia Papa.
ASB POLYFEST 2017 showcases the best of Auckland’s secondary school kapa haka performing on Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi Māori Stage in March.
Quinton Hita journeys out into the Ngāpuhi regions in search of conversation with kaumātua who have led extraordinary lives.
Three amigos, Chey Milne, Kimo Houltham and Tiare Tawera head out on a boys road trip filled with plenty of banter and gags. This is a trip every man would love to do themselves. Series repeats, weekdays, 1.00pm. Video On Demand available to viewers globally.
Rereātea has your midday news update live from the Māori Television newsroom.