Kua tīmata te Ipu Riiki Whutupōro o te Ao, i hono mai a Tamati Tiananga mō tēnei take; kua hangaia he taonga Hei Tiki ahu-tengi, ka hono mai a Joe Te Wharau, te kaihoahoa; kua puta te waiata hou a Maimoa Music, ka kōrero mai a Tawaroa Kāwana rāua ko Pere Wihongi mō te waiata 'He aha i pēnei ai?'
The Rugby League World Cup kicks off tonight, we cross to sports commentator Jamie Wall. This week the travelling cultural group 'Tuku Iho, ‘Living Legacy' started their event on Santa Monica Pier, in the US, singer song writer Rob Ruha joins us. Lastly, we speak to NZ music artist Ty about the release of his new album One Hundred.
Ka hono mai a Nanaia Mahuta, te Minita Whanaketanga Māori hou, whai muri i te whakamanatanga o ngā minita i te whare Kāwana. Ka homai a Keith Ikin i ōna whakaaro ki te kopounga o Nanaia. Ka arotakehia e Tāroi Black te kiriata nā Taika Waititi, Thor Ragnarok.
Ka kōrero mātau ki a Maia Wikaira, rōia Māori, kua uru atu ki te Ture Yurok i Klamath, Karapōnia. Ka whakaingoahia e Jacinda Ardern ngā tūnga Minita me ngā Hoamahi mō Reipa. I tuarua a Jess Tyson, kaimahi mō Whakaata Māori, i te Whakakitenga Miss Global City i Shanghai.
Tonight we talk to Kelvin Davis and Marama Davidson re: the newly formed government; Richard Prebble joins us in reaction to Winston Peters announcement; Heta Gardiner wraps up the world of politics; Ngaiterangi Smallman from Hīrangi Marae talks about the centennial celebration of the meeting house Tūwharetoa i te Aupouri.
Former Deputy Leader of the Alliance party Sandra Lee-Vercoe shares her views on which way Kingmaker Winston Peters may turn to form the next government. We cross to Belgium, to Tamahou Temara who talks about the 14 strong group of paddlers involved in today’s commemorations ceremony for the Battle of Passchendaele.