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The Modern Māori Quartet07/06/14
It's been a busy year for the Quartet who wrapped up their Matariki on the Move shows in Auckland this week, but it seems as though things are slowing down any time soon with an upcoming TV talent show. They chat with Justine Murray about their...
Dr Karyn Paringatai - Academic
Justine Murry visits Dr Karyn Paringatai at the University of Otago and sits in one of her classes. Dr Paringatai also talks about her reconnection to her ties in Ngāti Pōrou, despite growing up in the Southland.
Whakatāuki mo 6 o Hōngongoi July 2014
Iti Kōparapara Pioi Kahikataea, ahakoa nga mahi uaua, Ka Taea - Although the Kōparapara bird is small, it can reach the heights of the Kahikatea tree. This weeks whakatāuki is explained by Juanita Teepa nō Tuhoe.
Whaikōrero - Kepa Ēhau
Poroporoaki to Kepa Ēhau by Te Whati Tāmati 1970.
Whiti te Rā The Story of Ngāti Toa Rangatira
Ngāti Toa Rangatira project manager Jennie Smeatton and Curator Awhina Tamarapa take Justine Murray on a tour of Whiti te Rā: The Story of Ngāti Toa Rangatira that opened on June 14 2014 at Te Papa Tongarewa, The National Museum.
As the Māori programme leader of Arts and Culture at Auckland Council, Anahera Higgins provides a rundown of the Matariki events happening in Auckland up until the end of July.
Whakatāuki mo 29 o Pipiri (June) 2014
Whakanuia te tau hou. Happy new year. This weeks whakatāuki is explained by Anahera Higgins nō Ngāti Konohi.
Whaikōrero - Tuini Ngāwai
Poroporoaki to Tuini Ngāwai by Hunara Hīroki Tāngaere in 1965.
Matariki at Waiwhetu Marae
From a Matariki celebration at Lower Hutt's Waiwhetu Marae, Justine Murray poses the question to whanau running a few of the kai stalls.
Joe Mcloed - Chef
Māori Chef Joe Mcloed finds solace at his home, helped along by the huge range of rongoa and native plants he has in his backyard. On one crisp morning Justine Murray joins him for a chat about the variety of plants and how he incorporates their...
Whakatāuki mo 22 o Pipiri (June) 2014
Tākina ra ko nga hui o Matariki Puanga Tautoru. Ka ngaro atutahi ma e karewa te tini o wheturiki. Matariki is the cluster of stars, Puanga is Orion, Tautoru is Orions belt, Atutahi is conopus, Karewa is the brightest star in the sky. This week's...
Shaqaila Uelese Catch up
She's a student, music tutor, pianist and now a youtube star. Shaqaila first featured on the show in August 2013, but after a video of her playing Bohemian Rhapsody went viral, thanks to Twitter, her star is on the rise. Justine Murray catches up with...
Te Rangi Hiroa - NTK 1949
From the archives, recorded at a civic reception in Dunedin in 1949, Te Rangi Hiroa talks about his affinity to the Otago area and his foray into politics encouraged by Sir James Carroll.
Te Rangi Hiroa College is one of 15 residential sites of the University of Otago. He is the Warden of the college that provides accommodation for 127 students. The former hotel building bears the name of Te Rangi Hiroa (born Peter Buck) who attend the...
Adrian Wagner - Music
He grew up on the East Coast, moved to Porirua, spent time in England and made his way back to Wellington. Adrian Wagner has drawn on his past experiences to create his music. He's been doing for a while now both as a solo artist in the early 1990's,...
Whakatāuki for 8 Pipiri (June) 2014
Whiria te tangata. Weave the people together. This week's whakatauki is explained by Ashley Day.
Hekenukumai Busby and the Star Compass
Maraea Rakuraku visits the beautiful Awanui - Te Tai Tokerau home of Master Navigator and Waka Builder, Hekenukumai Busby where, many of the waka that he and others have sailed across Te Moana Nui a Kiwa have been built. While there she experiences...
Tomo and whanaungatanga as explained by Dr Carwyn Jones
Dr Carwyn Jones, University Law Lecturer and Co-editor of the Māori Law Review provides some historical and legal context to the purpose of tomo and how, while it's not a readily applied practice today, the key tenets of tikanga Māori particularly...
Whakatauki mo 1 o Pipiri
He korero te kai a te rangatira. The talk of chiefs. Voiced by Gideon Porter
Happily ever after and Tomo - Māori Marriage 1950's styles
Winiata Morunga was 20 years old and his intended bride, Doreen Beasley was 18 when they first met at a cousins wedding in Omanaia early 1950's . He was the best man, she was a bridesmaid. So far so cliché. Well, not so. Not when his whānau and then...
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