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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.
This favourite Pacific show in Aotearoa brings together iconic Polynesians from around the world with their Poly smiles, swag and sunshine to our screens. #FRESHISTHEWORD! Available On Demand.
Māori Television’s award-winning current affairs series Native Affairs, for more news from a “native” perspective. Mondays, 8.00pm.
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.
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.
Meet the whānau, passionate, feisty, hard-out Māori, the Tumoana whānau show us exactly what's up. Repeats weekdays, 1.00pm, and 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.
Enjoy some of the best-loved faces in Aotearoa determined to become the ultimate Polynesian warrior, including some mighty wāhine toa. Made with the support of NZ On Air. Series 1 returns, Sunday 07 October, 2.30pm, and On Demand.
Coverage from the 2018 Secondary Schools Basketball Championships in Palmerston North. The best young talent is on display as we cover a wide cross-section of schools from around Aotearoa.
School of Training is a fitness competition show like no other. On Demand video available globally.
A weekly sports series following Club Rugby Teams across Aotearoa, focusing on Māori Teams across Aotearoa. Available On Demand.
More than 2000 athletes from 30 countries will compete at the 2018 IVF Va'a World Sprint Championships in Tahiti. New series, Sundays, 4.30pm. On Demand available to viewers in NZ for 60 days.
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
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.
Jeremy Tātere MacLeod talks with kaumātua from Wairoa to Wairarapa. Available On Demand to viewers in NZ and Australia.
Toa Hunter Gatherer recaptures the traditional knowledge and techniques that have been lost since using modern ways to source kai. Made with the support of NZ On Air. Available On Demand.
Weekly, in-ring flagship program with a compelling blend of athleticism and entertainment, featuring the high-flying action of WWE SmackDown® Live Superstars. ® Registered trademark of WWE. On Demand available to viewers in NZ for 14 days.
We are bringing you some of the best Oscar award-winning films each Sunday night from 8:30pm to satisfy your drama fix.
KAIRĀKAU is the new series brought to life by the newest and dynamic Māori screen talent. Series repeats from Sunday 26 August, 10.30pm (R), and available On Demand.
ASB POLYFEST 2017 showcases the best of Auckland’s secondary school kapa haka performing on Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi Māori Stage in March.
Te Tēpu is a ‘must-watch’ for lovers of the Māori language. This half-hour current affairs show sees three panelists join Chris Winitana at the table to discuss a major issue of the week. The emphasis is on putting breaking news in context, and examining issues from Māori perspectives. Sundays, 6.00pm (R) on the Te Reo channel
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).
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.
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.