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A series of heartfelt stories and songs for our babies.
Waiata Mai is an under 5 years pre-school puppet TV Series set in Te Wao Nui ā Tāne.
Te Ao Tapatahi literally means to unite and is taken from the well-known Māori song, Tūtira mai ngā iwi. New Series, weekdays, 7.00am. Highlights, Sundays, 10.30am.
Designed to inspire enquiring minds, Mīharo is pacy, colourful and jam-packed with questions and answers; the ancient and the modern; learning and laughter.
Award-winning children’s Māori language show Pūkana, bringing laughter and fun to children in New Zealand and around the world.
Warm natured, slice of daily life cooking show, where Reikura and her three tamariki serve up kai made from the heart, which tastes great, looks great and is easy to make.
This Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
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.
Whānau Living focuses on Stacey Morrison's personal journey of discovery and how to balance a busy lifestyle.
Ki Tua is a podcast with a difference, covering current events and important issues with guests, through to formative moments in their lives.
Follow the characterful Paewai-Mullins whānau through the highs and lows of Main Shear, the busiest and most drama-filled months in the shearing world. Series repeats, weekdays, 12.30pm.
With his cheeky sense of humour entertainer Billy T James became a key figure in the development of New Zealand comedy.
An inspirational series that sees six obese strangers embark on an emotional and inspiring challenge that will change their lives forever.
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."
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.
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.
ASB Polyfest has become the largest secondary Polynesian festival in the world, with 9,000 performers and 80,000 spectators flocking to Manukau over 4 days to see who will claim top honours from each stage.Available On Demand.
Live coverage of Tamararo Kapa Haka performances at Te Poho o Rawiri, Gisborne. Saturday 21st November, 8.30am.
Join four different tamariki each episode as they share and prepare simple and delicious recipes. ON DEMAND
A series about two very opinionated, very loud, very clever, but most of all, very Māori cousins Atareta and Te Haakura. Series repeats, weekdays, 8.10am & 5.40pm.
A rhythmic series that engages nohinohi through contemporary beats, melodic rhymes and captivating colours. New series, Saturdays & Sundays, 7.00am.
Follow Darwin and Newts on epic adventures to figure out how things work. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whānau.
A edgy new youth web series profiling 15 Rangatahi Māori who dream of becoming a professional music artist. Web series exclusive, available on Demand.
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.
For new mums and dads, this show develops the skills of families raising babies in the Māori language. New series, Thursdays, 7.30pm.
Lucky Dip is a new family game show series with entertaining quiz questions, and physical games which test the contestant’s ability to complete a challenge in 60 seconds.
A new entertainment series that is a platform for wannabe singers and undiscovered talent from across New Zealand to take their one shot at fame. New series, Thursdays, 8.30pm.
(M) Follow a crazy group of city based rangatahi, they're young, kura kaupapa raised and dangerously onto it. Their world orbits around getting cash, cutting corners and charging their phones. Made with the support of Te Māngai Pāho.
Haka group Tūturu Whakamaua Kia Tina (Turuz) aren't the best group in Aotearoa, in fact they're pretty average.
A fun filled debate show that showcases our Natural Māori Humour and wit. Available On Demand.
Live coverage of the Auckland primary school kapa haka competition at Kia Aroha College – Thursday 13 May 2021 from 10.30 am and Friday 14 May 2021 from 8.30 am.
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 our tuakana, Kaharau and Moana-Roa in Kia Mau! A fun sing along, instructional, Māori Performing Arts series. Available On Demand.
Te Reo reversions of some tamariki favourites, specifically targeted at 3 - 6 year olds. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays.
Every two years Kura Kaupapa Māori from around the country come together for 'Wiki Hākinakina a ngā KKM Aho Matua'.
A Te Reo Game Show for Māori Language Week.
He aha tō say? explores the beauty and simplicity of Ngāti Porou language and tests its resilience in a time where the number of speakers of Ngāti Porou reo dwindled.
Hear the unique iwi histories, explore the political, social and cultural concerns of the moment from Māori around Aotearoa.
The Māori language skills of two talented teams will be put to the test in the debate show Tautohetohe.
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