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Get Your Arse off the Table

(AO) Half-caster, Toi Iti, questions the validity of Māori tikanga by delving into the world of Māori supersitions, protocols and lore. (PREMIERE)

Introducing Parliament

Join our hosts as they take you through the inner workings of New Zealand Parliament and learn how you can get involved and have your say.

Under the Korowai

"Under the Korowai" looks at Te Whare Marie, a kaupapa Maori mental health service provider that is combining tohunga-led spiritual and cultural therapy and clinical methods to help young Maori understand, rather than fear their gifts

He Māngai Wāhine - The Women's Voices

Made with the support of NZ On Air. Drawing parallels and taking a look at a New Zealand that was divided not only by gender but also by race. This is the story of Māori women who have been forgotten by the mainstream narrative but not by Māori, for their involvement in the suffragette movement.

Section 501

Made with the support of NZ On Air. Follow the experiences of several New Zealand born ex-prisoners abruptly deported from Australia and tossed into the hands of a remarkable group of men and women tirelessly working to help them turn their lives around. 

The Sound of her Guitar

The inspiring story of how New Zealand musician Donna Dean broke a familial cycle of domestic abuse and addiction to become one of the country's best songwriters. (2016)

The Silent Soldiers

(AO) The story of Te Kimiti Gilbert, a Māori engineer who began his demining career with the United Nations in Cambodia back in 1993. (PREMIERE)

Waitangi - What Really Happened?

(AO) This docudrama follows an imaginary news reporter who travels back in time to cover the days leading up to the Treaty of Waitangi 6th February 1840 signing, told in recreations and interviews with the participants and locals.

Land of The Long White Cloud

Claimed to be the largest surfcasting event in the world, the annual Ninety Mile Beach Red Snapper Classic attracts hundreds of anglers every February to compete for prizes in excess of $250,000.