Ki Tua

Ki Tua is a podcast with a difference, covering current events and important issues with guests, through to formative moments in their lives. New series, Mondays, 10.40pm. Series repeats, weekdays, 9.30am.

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On Demand - Ki Tua

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Ki Tua, Episode 22

G, From current events and important issues through to formative moments in their lives, speaking to te reo movement leaders & ground level influencers about what makes them tick.

Ki Tua, Episode 21

G, Isaiah Apiata is keeping the tradition of inter-cultural discourse and international brotherhood alive on Te Tī ki Waitangi Marae, a role he has prepared for since elders chose him to receive the history of one of our most significant marae.

Ki Tua, Episode 20

G, Alana Thomas has found her vocation in representing iwi, hapū and whanau claimants in Waitangi Tribunal inquiries. However this descendant of Ngāti Rehia, Ngāti Kuri began her path into the law after her own close brush with the judicial system.

Ki Tua, Episode 19

G, Musician, performer and teacher Horomona Horo speaks about his journey to discovering taonga puoro and te ao Māori.From current events and important issues through to formative moments in their lives, speaking to te reo movement leaders & ground level influencers about what makes them tick.

Ki Tua, Episode 18

G, Clinical Psychologist and researcher Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki explains the essence indigenous psychology and talks her research project looking at racial oppression.  

Ki Tua, Episode 17

G, Haka performer and tutor Greg Koia speaks about his passion for pātere and mōteatea - traditional-style chants, and his does and don’ts when it comes to composing Māori songs.

Ki Tua, Episode 16

G, Educationalist Katarina Mataira speaks about Māori beliefs around child-rearing and the lessons gained from her parents, educators Te Heikoko and Junior Mataira.

Ki Tua, Episode 15

G, Former television presenter and director Tihini Grant talks about his current work, sharing the knowledge passed down to him by his grandfather to those who want to know more about forest lore.

Ki Tua, Episode 14

Since being told she was too fair-skinned to be Māori, Hana Tapiata has produced and a blog, vlog and two self-help books exploring traditional Māori concepts and their applications in modern life.