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  • What's on MaoriTV Today
    Friday, 25 April 2014
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    5:50am The Dawn Service
    Judy Bailey, Julian Wilcox and Dr Monty Soutar give an overview of the day’s programming. Wena Harawira and Dr Stephen Clarke for the Dawn Parade and Service at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
    7:00am The Italian Campaign PGR
    Military historian Dr Monty Soutar takes us over the battlefields on which New Zealand soldiers fought and fell in WWII, with a focus on the battle for Monte Cassino.
    8:00am The Black Legacy PGR
    Renowned singer Whirimako Black makes an emotional journey to Monte Cassino to understand the battle in which her father fought.
    9:00am Born of Conflict PGR
    Children of the Pacific War. The stories of three children, now in their early 70s, left behind by American servicemen posted to the Pacific during WWII.
    10:05am Te Marutuna o te Tangata G
    The Commanders of the 28th Maori Battalion. The story of the 10 men who led the Maori battalion through WWII, exploring their backgrounds, their strengths and their achievements in battle.
    11:00am On a Wing and a Prayer PGR
    Cameron Bennett talks to Kiwi Les Munro, the last surviving pilot from the famous Dam Busters raid, a dangerous bombing run that formed the basis for one of the most famous war movies of all time.
    11:30am An Anzac Conversation PGR
    Julian Wilcox talks to Sir Peter Jackson about his interest in the military and the Gallipoli Campaign.
    12:00pm The Dam Busters PGR
    The true story of how the British attacked German dams in WWII by using an ingenious technique to drop bombs where they would be most effective. Starring Michael Redgrave.
    2:10pm WW1 - 100 Years On PGR
    Military historians Dr Monty Soutar and Dr Stephen Clarke talk about the upcoming centenary of the outbreak of WWI and New Zealand’s place in it.
    2:30pm Anzac Cove Dawn Service
    Live coverage from the Gallipoli Dawn Service capturing the moving atmosphere of the place where the Anzac legend and tradition began.
    3:30pm Kip - The Soldiers' Soldier PGR
    The story of Sir Howard Kippenberger, the much-loved general who led the NZ Division in the Italian Campaign and a strong opponent of sending All Black teams to South Africa without Maori players.
    4:00pm Pacific Stories PGR
    Fascinating war stories from the Pacific including the remarkable Kiwi heroine, nurse Merle Farland, who operated behind enemy lines rescuing American airmen shot down in action.
    5:00pm D.I.Y. Defence PGR
    Military buff Phil Wallington takes a look at a couple of the crazier ideas that were employed for the defence of New Zealand in WWII, including the infamous Semple Tank.
    5:30pm News: Te Kaea
    News programme with local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective. (REPEAT OF 7.00 PM BULLETIN)
    6:00pm Nga Uri o Ruku te Kapa G
    B Company 28th Maori Battalion. We continue our mission to document the exploits of all four rifle companies of the 28th Maori Battalion, highlighting the Penny Divers; the men of B Company.
    7:00pm News: Te Kaea
    News programme with local, national and international stories from a Maori perspective. (REPEAT OF 7.00 PM BULLETIN)
    7:30pm The Anzac Concert G
    Arohaina Mai. Tune in for a special concert featuring performances by Bic Runga, Maisey Rika, Ria Hall, Will and Annie Crummer, Hinewehi Mohi, Seth Haapu, Julia Deans, Tama Waipara and The For Sures.
    8:30pm Chunuk Bair
    Maori Television is New Zealand’s host broadcaster for Anzac Day 2014, bringing live coverage of the commemorative service at Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli.
    9:30pm Das Boot AO
    Epic German war film detailing the claustrophobic world of a WWII German U-boat; boredom, filth, and sheer terror.

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