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Nau mai ki Tamaiti Tū, a series that takes tamariki beyond their four walls and into the playground that is Aotearoa. New Series, Mondays, 6.35am.
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.
A rhythmic series that engages nohinohi through contemporary beats, melodic rhymes and captivating colours. New series, Saturdays & Sundays, 7.00am.
A new instructional arts series for 6 - 9 year olds about all things tamariki! Available On Demand globally.
Join Te Ataakura Pewhairangi and 6 colourful taniwha. Children explore through waiata and active play while combining Te Reo Māori and New Zealand sign language into pure unbridled fun! Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7.30am. Repeats 4.00pm.
Join Waioira and Rereahu, two rangatahi on a competitively wild journey, a seriously action-packed, adrenalin-pumping adventure series, as they visit the most popular fun spots in Aotearoa.
Haati Paati is a fun series that follows a group of super excited kura kids on their journey to planning their ultimate dream party.
Live coverage of the Auckland primary school kapa haka competition at Kia Aroha College. Weekdays, 7.30am.
Kōrero Mai is a unique mix of education and entertainment, Kōrero Mai teaches Māori in an easy, clear and fun way using drama in the form of a soap opera, as well as a tutorial each week to maximise learning.
Thirteen students share their recipes with the master, chef Rex Morgan, and then serve them up for their closest and dearest to critique.
This Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
A show exploring Pacific Gospel through Kiwi musicians. Presented by Sara-Jane Elika. On Demand available only in Aotearoa.
Focuses on Stacey Morrison's personal journey of discovery and how to balance a busy lifestyle. Series 5 repeats, weekdays, 10.30am.
Join Pio Terei as he visits our people, our communities and hoists the anchor on our relationships with one of our most knowledgeable & giving atua – Tangaroa!
Wairua attempts to shed light on some of the many questions we have about spirits and the spiritual world.
Te Ao Tapatahi literally means to unite and is taken from the well-known Māori song, Tūtira mai ngā iwi. New Series, weekdays, 12.00pm. Highlights, Sundays, 10.30am.
A beautifully shot travelogue series that introduces some of the quirkiest locations and heart-warming characters throughout New Zealand.
Supports whānau health and encourages Kaumātua and mokopuna to learn how to stay healthy by participating together. Repeats week days. Available On Demand.
Tōku Reo - A Māori language learning course for absolute beginners. Designed by Professor John Moorfield, Tōku Reo works with an interactive website to reinforce and encourage further learning.
Award-winning children’s Māori language show Pūkana, bringing laughter and fun to children in New Zealand and around the world.
Every two years Kura Kaupapa Māori from around the country come together for 'Wiki Hākinakina a ngā KKM Aho Matua'.
Te Ao Mārama - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.
Live coverage of Tamararo Kapa Haka performances at Te Poho o Rawiri, Gisborne. Saturday 21st November, 8.30am.
Standards of beauty, there’s a truly subjective issue. The challenge is to try and chart shifting concepts of beauty amongst indigenous peoples. New Series, Mondays, 7.30pm.
A weekly current affairs show that examines national and international stories through a Māori lens. New series, Mondays, 8.00pm. Available On Demand globally.
Monday night is feature documentary night at 8.30pm.
A bilingual current affairs show from a unique Māori world view for all New Zealanders. New series for 2021, Mondays, 10.30pm.
FIBA World Cup 2021 Qualifiers matches. NZ Tall Blacks v Australia Boomers, Saturday 20 February, 9.20pm.
A Māori Language Class for intermediate-level learners, presented by Pānia Papa.
Features traditional music, dance and reo and is a colourful showcase of the diverse cultures of Aotearoa.
Featuring some of the best primary and intermediate kura kapa haka from across Aotearoa. Each kapa is featured through waiata, haka, pakiwaitara and cartoon animations. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 7.10am.
Join our tuakana, Kaharau and Moana-Roa in Kia Mau! A fun sing along, instructional, Māori Performing Arts series. Available On Demand.
Follow Darwin and Newts on epic adventures to figure out how things work. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
Featuring all of the semi and final races showcasing tamariki, rangatahi and pakeke. Brought to you by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
Māori Television in partnership with Te Matatini presents Live Coverage of Hakangahau ā Rohe: Te Arawa, LIVESTREAM available in NZ and Australia only, Saturday, 20th March, from 9.30am.
A Te Reo Game Show for Māori Language Week.
A fun filled debate show that showcases our Natural Māori Humour and wit. Available On Demand.
Rangatahi from the regions are put in the hot seat and are asked for their opinions on everything! Made with support from Te Māngai Pāho.
Hear the unique iwi histories, explore the political, social and cultural concerns of the moment from Māori around Aotearoa.
Three besties, Te Rauhiringa Krystal Lee-Brown, Ani Piki Tuari and Rukuwai Tipene-Allen adventure out on a girls trip filled with plenty of banter and gags.
This series is by iwi, for iwi and about iwi. Tribal histories and stories specifically for Te Reo channel. “The echoing voices from the mountains."
Daily five-minute English language news bulletin in response to COVID-19.
Daily five-minute Māori language news bulletin in response to COVID-19.
LIVE: COVID-19 Daily presser update @4.00pm
Your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.