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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.
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! Wednesdays & Fridays, 6.40am. Repeats same day at 3.15pm.
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.
Follow Darwin and Newts on epic adventures to figure out how things work. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
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.
A series about two very opinionated, very loud, very clever, but most of all, very Māori cousins Atareta and Te Haakura. New series, available On Demand.
Join four different tamariki each episode as they share and prepare simple and delicious recipes. ON DEMAND
Join our tuakana, Kaharau and Moana-Roa in Kia Mau! A fun sing along, instructional, Māori Performing Arts series. Available On Demand.
CUBE is an exciting new youth series which is a hub for rangatahi content.
Tribe is an exciting music video series with a distinct Aotearoa Flavour.
Supports whānau health and encourages Kaumātua and mokopuna to learn how to stay healthy by participating together. Series 2 Mondays.
Focuses on Stacey Morrison's personal journey of discovery and how to balance a busy lifestyle. Series 5 repeats, weekdays, 10.30am.
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. Available On Demand.
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.
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.
Making high fashion accessible for everyone, is the big promise of RAGS ARE RICHES, a six part digital series. Series 2.
Go behind the velvet curtain of the Miss Rotorua beauty pageant with 25 contestants and self-styled King of Glam Kharl Wirepa. New series, Thursdays, 8.15pm.
Te Ao Tapatahi literally means to unite and is taken from the well-known Māori song, Tūtira mai ngā iwi.
What happens when you put a group of everyday kiwi misfits together in a te reo Māori class? Catch the comedy series with a big dose of culture at its most ridiculous.
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. Video On Demand available to viewers globally.
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.
A Māori Language Class for intermediate-level learners, presented by Pānia Papa.
Follow Ngā Tūmanako and experience what it's like to live that “Haka Life”.
Features traditional music, dance and reo and is a colourful showcase of the diverse cultures of Aotearoa.
Live coverage of Tamararo Kapa Haka performances at Te Poho o Rawiri, Gisborne. Saturday 21st November, 8.30am.
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.
A weekly entertainment talk show structured around the act of spontaneous conversation, triggered by a well-informed Host, Pio Terei.
The ingredients? Everything from Moose, Porcupine and Beaver to Lamb sausages and caviar! New full season available On Demand.
Long running travel series Intrepid Journeys took Kiwi celebrities from the comfort of home to less-travelled paths in varied countries and cultures. Mondays, 7.00pm, On Demand only.
Exploring Indigenous tattooing traditions around the world, the tools and techniques and the symbols and traditions that shape their tattooing art.
The best parts of interviews with the cast of E Tū Kahikatea and woven into a narrative.
This Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
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.
Join Makurata Anderson and Ratema Rika as they complete their daily household chore with the help of Whaea Patupaiarehe. Available On Demand worldwide.
Designed to inspire enquiring minds, Mīharo is pacy, colourful and jam-packed with questions and answers; the ancient and the modern; learning and laughter.
The 2019 Waka Ama Sprint Nationals at Lake Karapiro.
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. New series, Thursdays, 7.00pm.
Ki Tua is a podcast with a difference, covering current events and important issues with guests, through to formative moments in their lives.
Witness the best young teams in Aotearoa drawn together in Rotorua for an action packed three days of intense competition.
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."
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.