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  • What's on MaoriTV Today
    Thursday, 24 May 2018
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    12:00am 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.com for more inf
    6:30am Zoomoo G
    Today Flash and friends meet some of Aotearoa’s coolest penguins, including he hoiho and he pokotiwha.
    6:40am Dora Matatoa G
    Join Dora the Explorer and her friends as they go on adventures to explore the world. Dubbed in te reo Maori. (R)
    7:10am Te Nutube G
    A series starring cousins Atareta and Te Haakura. Today: The girls discuss Maori music, and visit Rainbow Springs in Rotorua.
    7:20am Nia's Extraordinary Life G
    Nia is a year older, has left primary school and is starting at a brand new intermediate school. Join her on a journey to find where her place might be in the big wide world around her!
    7:30am ASB Polyfest 2017 G
    Highlights from the 2017 ASB Polyfest, the largest secondary school Polynesian festival in the world, which attracts 9000 performers and 80,000 spectators. (R)
    7:40am Pukana - POD 4 G
    The best bits from this award-winning children's Maori language learning series.
    7:50am Smooth G
    Jam packed with skits, music and competitions which will inspire, educate and entertain in one go!
    8:00am Te Kaea
    Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective. (R)
    8:30am Kawekorero
    We go inside the newsroom as the reporters dissect and discuss the day's news and events. (R)
    9:00am Ipukarea G
    Exploring the physical and spiritual significance of our waterways. Tonight, we look at the connection between Ngati Tuwharetoa and Waikato-Tainui. (R)
    9:30am Kai Time on the Road G
    Rewi heads to Rotorua to meet up with the new owner of Kiwi Kai, a takeaway shop specialising in hangi and rewena bread. (R)
    10:00am Kai Ora G
    Join culinary Queen, Anne Thorp as she features fantastic food, fabulous guests and wonderful music each episode. (FINAL) (R)
    10:30am Waiata G
    Emerging and established Maori artists perform and talk about their music. Today: TK, Rob Ruha, Nga Tumanako, Toni Huata, Smashproof. (R)
    11:00am Tupaia's Endeavour PGR
    Part 1 of 3. Documentary series telling the story about an extraordinary Tahitian who was a visionary and the key to Cook’s survival in his encounters with the Polynesians of Tahiti and New Zealand.
    12:00pm Game of Bros PGR
    We know they have muscles, but can our 5 warriors 'woo' and charm a goddess? Featured on this episode: Teuila Blakely, Aunty Tala and Ms Kihi. (R)
    12:30pm The Topp Twins - Do not Adjust your Twinset
    Tune in for the hilarious antics of The Topp Twins. (R)
    1:00pm Deane Waretini: Now is the Hour G
    Seven-part comedy-documentary starring legendary Te Arawa singer Deane Waretini, who makes a road trip from Christchurch to his Rotorua hometown for the gig he hopes will re-launch his career. (R)
    1:30pm ASB Polyfest 2016 G
    Highlights from the 2016 ASB Polyfest, the largest secondary school Polynesian festival in the world, which attracts 9000 performers and 80,000 spectators. (R)
    2:00pm Opaki G
    Host Pa¯nia Papa uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Ma¯ori. (FINAL) (R)
    2:30pm Te Reo o te Whanau-a-Apanui G
    Made for the iwi by the iwi, an authentic collection of distinctive korero from around the motu. This Afternoon: Te Reo o Te Whanau a Apanui. (FINAL) (R)
    3:00pm Zoomoo G
    Today Flash and friends meet some of Aotearoa’s coolest penguins, including he hoiho and he pokotiwha. (R)
    3:10pm Dora Matatoa G
    Join Dora the Explorer and her friends as they go on adventures to explore the world. Dubbed in te reo Maori. (R)
    3:40pm Te Nutube G
    A series starring cousins Atareta and Te Haakura. This Afternoon: The girls discuss Maori music, and visit Rainbow Springs in Rotorua.
    3:50pm Nia's Extraordinary Life G
    Nia is a year older, has left primary school and is starting at a brand new intermediate school. Join her on a journey to find where her place might be in the big wide world around her! (R)
    4:00pm ASB Polyfest 2017 G
    Highlights from the 2017 ASB Polyfest, the largest secondary school Polynesian festival in the world, which attracts 9000 performers and 80,000 spectators. (R)
    4:10pm Pukana - POD 4 G
    The best bits from this award-winning children's Maori language learning series. (R)
    4:20pm Smooth G
    Jam packed with skits, music and competitions which will inspire, educate and entertain in one go! (R)
    4:30pm Patapatai G
    Patapatai is a Maori general knowledge quiz show featuring both Wharekura and Secondary School students from across the motu. (R)
    5:00pm Waka Huia 2017 G
    Waka Huia is an iconic archival documentary series recording the unique stories and histories of Maori for all New Zealanders.
    5:30pm Te Kaea
    Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective.
    6:00pm Senior Kapa Haka Regionals 2018
    Footage of the senior kapa haka regionals around the motu. Tonight: Te Tini o Rehua - Rangitane.
    6:30pm Te Kaea
    Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective. (R)
    7:00pm Kawekorero
    We go inside the newsroom as the reporters dissect and discuss the day's news and events.
    7:30pm Kai with Ann Thorp G
    Chef Anne Thorp prepares simple and delicious meals using the freshest produce New Zealand has on offer. Today, Anne prepares Beef Wellington, Carpet bag Steak and Tornodos Rossini.
    8:00pm Game of Bros
    Only 6 celebrity Nesian men and women remain. We’ve had plenty of physical challenges and some tough mental ones too. Time to test their creativity!
    8:30pm Sidewalk Karaoke G
    Te Hamua and Luke Bird hit the streets of Aotearoa in search of karaoke talent who have what it takes to win cold hard cash. (Series 3)
    9:00pm My Party Song
    Tonight we have songs to melt your heart. A young man singing Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ and Jason Te Patu and his tribute to his koro ‘My Eyes Adored You’. The Quartet continue in
    9:30pm Ahikaroa AO
    (AO) Join loyal friends and flatmates - Smooch, Geo and Hemi who are carving a space for themselves as rangatahi in a new world chasing the big dream. (R)
    10:00pm Ahikaroa After Dark AO
    (AO) Our cast are joined by writers Todd Karehana and Hanelle Harris to unpack their Maori identity and perceptions and negative labels such as Plastic Maori.
    10:30pm Senior Kapa Haka Regionals 2018 G
    Footage of the senior kapa haka regionals around the motu. Tonight: Te Tini o Rehua - Rangitane. (R)
    11:00pm Te Kaea
    Presenters Piripi Taylor, Rahia Timutimu and the experienced team of reporters bring you the daily news, featuring local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective. (R)
    11:30pm Kawekorero
    We go inside the newsroom as the reporters dissect and discuss the day's news and events. (R)

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