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  • What's on MaoriTV Today
    Wednesday, 24 April 2024
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    6:30am Purakau G
    Animated story time series for children focusing on Maori myths and legends. Follow the footsteps of Ngatoro-i-rangi and his sisters Kuiwai and Haungaroa. (R)
    6:40am Pipi Pao Pao Tamariki Karaoke
    A lively tamariki show featuring pipi from kohanga reo across the motu singing traditional Maori songs with on-screen lyrics for interactive karaoke-style learning. (R)
    6:45am Takaro Tribe G
    Learning te reo Maori has never been easier. A, E, I, O, U, Papa Rakau and Koka make tikanga, te reo and waiata fun for everyone. (R)
    7:00am Darwin and Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    7:10am Tamariki Haka G
    Children from kura across the country showcase their haka skills. (R)
    7:20am Te Nutube G
    Two clever cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, share their world with their followers. (R)
    7:30am Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    7:40am Whare Takataka G
    Papa Tei Nohotima shares waiata and karakia using a range of Maori tools and movement. (R)
    7:50am Island of Mystery G
    With danger averted, Josh plays along with Kura, Rangi and Toro and decides to help them look for the stolen godstick. (R)
    8:00am Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    8:30am Oranga Ngakau G
    Yvonne Te Wanihi Edwards presents uniquely Maori exercise workouts for young and old to keep fit and healthy. (R)
    9:30am Whanau Bake-off G
    A baking show that pits whanau against each other in a battle for bragging rights. (R)
    10:00am Into the Blue G
    The stunning Coral Triangle, home to over 18,000 islands and the largest marine biodiversity on the planet. (R)
    11:00am Moon Tide Fishing G
    Presenter Nore Martin shows when and where to fish according to the Maori lunar calendar. (R)
    11:30am Kainga Whenua G
    Capturing the critical moments of building, developing and living on your tupuna whenua. Whanau in Kohupatiki share how they created rental and home ownership opportunities. (R)
    12:00pm Hunt with Me PG
    Celebrating the diversity of hunter-gatherers from around Aotearoa. A look back over the most compelling hunts, from smashing Kingys in the north, to hunting goats and pigs in Tokoroa. (R)
    12:30pm Toa Hunter Gatherer PG
    Adventurer Owen Boynton presents a holistic view of gathering kai as he travels the country to meet like-minded kaitiaki and outdoor experts. (R)
    1:00pm Hunting Aotearoa PG
    Join skilled hunter Pete Peeti as he hunts his way through Aotearoa. Pete’s in the top half of the South Island with hunters Mark Edlin and Mike Cole. (R)
    1:30pm Toku Reo G
    Professor John Moorfield's Maori language course supported by an interactive website. (R)
    2:00pm Opaki G
    Pania Papa uses games, music and activities to teach Ma¯ori. (R)
    2:30pm Ako G
    Pania Papa presents Maori language lessons for intermediate-level learners. (R)
    3:30pm Purakau G
    Animated story time series for children focusing on Maori myths and legends. The story of heroine, Wairaka, and the events around how the Whakatane township was named. (R)
    3:40pm Pipi Pao Pao Tamariki Karaoke
    A lively tamariki show featuring pipi from kohanga reo across the motu singing traditional Maori songs with on-screen lyrics for interactive karaoke-style learning. (R)
    3:45pm Takaro Tribe G
    Follow our cute characters as they enter the magical alphabet forest where our talking Papa Rakau and talking pond Koka live. (R)
    4:00pm Darwin and Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    4:10pm Tamariki Haka G
    Children from kura across the country showcase their haka skills. Te Kura o Te Paroa. (R)
    4:20pm Te Nutube G
    Two clever cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, share their world with their followers. (R)
    4:30pm Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    4:40pm Whare Takataka G
    Papa Tei Nohotima shares waiata and karakia using a range of Maori tools and movement. (R)
    4:50pm Island of Mystery G
    Tired of this weird game, Josh decides it's time to go home but is soon running for his life from creatures emerging from a strange bone-lined fort. (R)
    5:00pm Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    5:30pm Brain Busters G
    Brain Busters puts everyday kids to the test in a variety of challenges that test their smarts, speed and strength. (R)
    6:00pm ASB Polyfest 2024 G
    NEW: Whakaata Maori presents performances from the Maori stage of the ASB Polyfest 2024, the largest festival of it’s kind.
    6:30pm Te Ao Marama
    NEW: Whakaata Maori’s flagship news programme Te Ao Marama brings you the latest news that matters to Maori in Te Reo Maori - anywhere, anytime, on any device.
    7:00pm Ata Toi + Wai G
    NEW: Join the dynamic trio Chey Milne, Tawaroa Kawana and Kaaterama Pou as they celebrate music through a distinctly Maori lens. Corella discuss their unique sound and the dynamics of their band.
    7:30pm Our Other Islands G
    Troy is embraced by the people who fought for Matakana island as it stands today and who are planting the seeds for what it could be tomorrow. (R)
    8:00pm Amplify G
    13 part original documentary music series that features some of today's top Indigenous talent telling powerful stories through new compositions (R)
    8:30pm Journeys End M
    Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope, as they await their fate. (R)
    10:20pm Te Ao Marama
    Whakaata Maori’s flagship news programme Te Ao Marama brings you the latest news that matters to Maori in Te Reo Maori - anywhere, anytime, on any device.
    10:50pm Whakaata Maori
    Whakaata Maori specialises in the stories of Aotearoa. Be entertained and informed with news, current affairs, sports, drama, documentaries and much more.

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