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.

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On Demand - Ki Tua

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Ki Tua, Episode 2

Haka tutor and Māori language exponent Kingi Kiriona speaks about his latest te reo project, his historic double manu kōrero win and the reasons behind his recent weight loss.   

Ki Tua, Episode 3

Acclaimed director Mahanga Pihama is passionate advocate of te reo and kura kaupapa Māori. Last year he composed a traditional-style chant calling on te reo speakers to speak up and end the language’s decline.   

Ki Tua, Episode 4

Radio announcer and sports commentator Tumamao Harawira talks about the events that led him to his career path and his journey to develop his knowledge of te reo Māori.

Ki Tua, Episode 5

Director, haka performer and actress Ani-Piki Tuari talks about her mission to produce authentic Māori theatre.

Ki Tua, Episode 6

Respected teacher Te Kurataiaho Kapea’s reo journey began with a fascination for the culture and a love of the customs.  It has led him to reform his life and redefine his identity

Ki Tua, Episode 7

Award-winning director and producer Te Whatanui Flavell credits his success to the sacrifices made by his parents, who were a part of the generation of Māori who reclaimed the use of te reo Māori.

Ki Tua, Episode 8

Tā moko artist Hohua Mohi explains the lessons in the story of Mataora and Niwareka, and the responsibilities of wearing moko.

Ki Tua, Episode 9

West-Auckland raised teacher, haka tutor and mau rākau exponent Hemi Tai Tin talks about holidays in Matawaia and how the desire to understand his grandmother led him to start his reo journey.