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A series of heartfelt stories and songs for our babies.
Join Dora the Explorer and her friends as they go on adventures to explore the world. Dubbed in the Māori language.
A fun sing along, instructional, Māori Performing Arts series. Weekdays, 7.10am, and then On Demand.
A series about two very opinionated, very loud, very clever, but most of all, very Māori cousins Atareta who is 6 years old and Te Haakura who is 5. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7.20am. Repeats same days 3.50pm.
Huhu is a show for preschoolders which ignites their imagination and curiosity. Taringa areare mai, e hoa mā! Huhu is a fun-filled puppet show for kids where chatty inquisitive book grub, Huhu, reads te reo Māori books with his friend Pai.
Jam packed with skits, stories, prizes, celebrities, music and competitions all with the aim to inspire, educate and entertain in one go! Thursdays and Saturdays, 7.50am.
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.
Māori Television – Home of Haka, to deliver their most extensive Te Matatini Coverage yet. LIVESTREAM, Thursday 21 - Sunday 24 February, 8.30am. Available to viewers in NZ, Australia and USA.
The Outlook for Someday challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film. It can be any genre, filmed with any camera and any length up to 5 minutes. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
A Māori Language Class for intermediate-level learners, presented by Pānia Papa.
This Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
Pūkoro is a half hour 100% te reo Māori show for children aged five years and under.
In 2009, WITBN launched a Program Exchange Scheme that Ireland’s TG4 later helped develop. The exchange pools together programming content and offers all contributing members access to quality indigenous broadcasts.
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”
A Te Reo Game Show for Māori Language Week.. Available On Demand.
MĀORI TELEVISION – HOME OF HAKA, TO DELIVER THEIR MOST EXTENSIVE TE MATATINI COVERAGE YET.
Kuia will take us back to their younger days, they will tell of a time when electricity was a rarity.
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.
Take a ringside seat as the next generation of New Zealand and South Pacific boxers battle it out in a series of matches from around the country.
A risqué chat show with guests, that recounts the hardcase stories and naughty secrets from the good old days. With presenters Ngawai Herewini and Kingi Biddle. Warning AO – this show contains adult themes.
Haka Translate provides a free, simultaneous English translation service throughout live stage performances at the biennial Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival. To listen to the livestream without Haka Translate please switch to the main Māori Television livestream https://www.maoritelevision.com/live/maori-tv