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  • What's on MaoriTV Tomorrow
    Monday, 4 July 2022
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    6:40Am Purakau G
    Animated story time series for children focusing on Maori myths and legends. (R)
    6:50Am Tamaiti Tu G
    Under the watchful gaze of the mountain ranges, young Maori boys navigate their way through winter mahi.
    7:00Am Darwin + 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
    Award-winning cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, are back for a fourth season to share their world with their followers.
    7:30Am Kid's Kai Kart G
    Students at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Puau Te Moananui a Kiwa make chicken skewers with horopito satay sauce. (R)
    7:40Am Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    7:50Am Cube G
    An exciting youth series and a hub for rangatahi content. (R)
    8:00Am Pukana 2022 G
    New characters, comedy and competitions in this colourful, hip and funny show for tamariki and rangatahi. Presented by Kimiora, Niua and Torerenui A Rua.
    8:30Am Oranga Ngakau G
    Yvonne Te Wahihi Edwards presents uniquely Maori exercise workouts for young and old to keep fit and healthy. (R)
    9:30Am Whanau Living G
    A personal journey of discovery by Stacey Morrison as a wife, mother and broadcaster. (R)
    10:00Am Marae Kai Masters Special G
    A cooking show where competitors cook off to win prizes for their Marae. (R)
    10:30Am Toi te Ora - Our Way of Life G
    Join Tiare Tawera and Pohoira Iopata for Maori stories, life hacks, recipes, health tips, DIY ideas and more. Today: Hera Te Kurapa shows us three ways to use roasted vegetables. (R)
    11:00Am Canada's West Coast An Untold Story G
    This immersive, insightful, and dramatic documentary series takes us to Canada for a re-telling of the history of British Columbia. (R)
    12:00Pm Te Ao Tapatahi
    NEW: Maori Television's midday news bulletin. Presented by Neil Waka.
    12:30Pm Celebrity Playlist PG
    Features some of New Zealand's most famous faces sharing stories and their favourite music videos. (R)
    1:05Pm Heritage Rescue G
    The team remodels two large spaces at Port Chalmers Museum and along the way discover stories behind a set of manacles found on a former slave ship that was wrecked in the Otago harbour. (R
    2:00Pm Toku Reo G
    Professor John Moorfield's Maori language course supported by an interactive website. (R)
    2:35Pm Ako G
    Pania Papa presents Maori language lessons for intermediate-level learners. (R)
    3:15Pm Purakau G
    Animated story time series for children focusing on Maori myths and legends. (R)
    3:25Pm Tamaiti Tu G
    Under the watchful gaze of te kahui maunga, young Maori boys navigate their way through winter mahi. (R)
    3:35Pm Darwin + Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    3:45Pm Tamariki Haka G
    Children from kura across the country showcase their haka skills. (R)
    3:55Pm Te Nutube G
    Award-winning cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, are back for a fourth season to share their world with their followers. (R)
    4:05Pm Kid's Kai Kart G
    Students at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Puau Te Moananui a Kiwa make chicken skewers with horopito satay sauce. (R)
    4:15Pm Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    4:25Pm Cube G
    An exciting youth series and a hub for rangatahi content. (R)
    4:35Pm Pukana 2022 G
    New characters, comedy and competitions in this colourful, hip and funny show for tamariki and rangatahi. Presented by Kimiora, Niua and Torerenui A Rua. (R)
    5:15Pm Haka Life Web Series G
    See what it takes to be the best kapa haka in the world as Nga Tumanako celebrates its triumphant win at Te Matatini 2019. (R)
    5:30Pm ASB Polyfest 2021 G
    Highlights from the Maori stage at the largest Polynesian secondary school festival in the world. This Afternoon: Taiohi Tataki - Massey High School. (R)
    6:00Pm Haka Ngahau a-Rohe G
    A series of regional haka events in partnership with Te Matatini. Tonight: Waitaha, held in Otautahi in June 2021. (R)
    6:30Pm Te Ao Marama
    NEW: Maori Television's flagship weeknight news programme. Presented by Peata Melbourne.
    7:00Pm Marae 2022
    A bilingual current affairs show from a uniquely Maori world view. (R)
    7:30Pm Moko G
    FINAL: Moko kanohi wearers share their journey and their vision for the future.
    8:00Pm Te Ao with Moana
    NEW: Multi award-winning current affairs show presented by Moana Maniapoto.
    8:30Pm Pluck G
    Documentary portrait of pioneering filmmaker and mother Merata Mita and featuring rare archival footage dating back to 1977. (2018)(R)
    10:00Pm K'Rd Chronicles PG
    A brush with the law can often land a homeless person in jail – but is there a more humane way to deal with the problem? Yes, says Judge Tony FitzGerald, who presides over the Homeless...
    10:15Pm Te Ngakau Tapatahi
    Maori Television’s special summer series profiling Maori awarded the honour of Knight or Dame. Hosted by Jess Tyson. Tonight: Mason Durie and Eddie Durie. (R)
    10:45Pm Te Ao Marama
    Maori Television's flagship weeknight news programme. Presented by Peata Melbourne. (R)
    11:15Pm Maori Television
    Maori Television specialises in the stories of Aotearoa. Be entertained and informed with news, current affairs, sports, drama, documentaries and much more. Go to www.Maoritelevision...

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