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  • What's on MaoriTV Today
    Tuesday, 7 December 2021
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    6:35Am Waiata Mai G
    Loveable baby bird puppets gather in the forest to learn, play and sing. (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 Taki atu Taki mai G
    Contemporary beats, melodic rhymes and captivating colours for pre-schoolers. (R)
    7:10Am Te Nutube G
    Two clever cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, share their world with their followers. (R)
    7:20Am Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    7:30Am Potae Pai G
    Join Krystal-Lee for fun-filled arts and crafts for children. (R)
    7:40Am Smooth G
    Jam packed with skits, music and competitions to inspire, educate and entertain. Hosted by Lou Tyson. (R)
    7:50Am He Rourou G
    An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whanau. (R)
    8:00Am Ariki G
    Young Maori battle it out in the first series of a revolutionary Maori martial arts competition based upon mau rakau. (R)
    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 Bake-off G
    A baking show that pits whanau against each other in a battle for bragging rights. (R)
    10:00Am Moosemeat and Marmalade G
    Two very different chefs explore contrasting cultures and traditions through the way we access, cook and present our food. (R)
    10:30Am Whanau Living G
    A personal journey of discovery by Stacey Morrison as a wife, mother and broadcaster. (R)
    11:00Am Waiata Nation G
    A new wave of M-Pop is here! Follow Maimoa and their journey to create their first album. (R)
    11:30Am Tangaroa with Pio G
    Today: Pio Terei is in Mitimiti meeting with Charlie Dunn and Toko Campbell to go netting for mullet and surfcasting. (R)
    12:00Pm Te Ao Tapatahi
    Maori Television's weekday bilingual news programme.
    12:30Pm Matangireia G
    Interviews with current and former Maori Members of Parliament. Today: Tuariki Delamere. (R)
    1:00Pm The Outliers PG
    This Afternoon: Maori clothing designer, Luke Moss; BMX world champion, Jessie Smith; and Talei Bryant, who helps young people chase their dreams. (R)
    1:30Pm Toku Reo G
    Professor John Moorfield's Maori language course supported by an interactive website. (R)
    2:30Pm Ako G
    Pania Papa presents Maori language lessons for intermediate-level learners. (R)
    3:35Pm Waiata Mai G
    Loveable baby bird puppets gather in the forest to learn, play and sing. (R)
    3:45Pm 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)
    4:00Pm Ariki G
    Rangatahi teams battle it out in an indigenous martial arts competition.This Afternoon: The grand finale – will Nga Niho Tipua o Kahukura be able to keep the pressure on Nga Hua o Tu?
    4:30Pm Potae Pai G
    Join Krystal-Lee for fun-filled arts and crafts for children. (R)
    4:40Pm Darwin + Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    4:50Pm He Rourou G
    An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whanau. (R)
    5:00Pm Swagger G
    A series encouraging positive and meaningful social interaction for teens, utilising the latest smartphone technology. (R)
    5:30Pm Te Mana Kuratahi 2019 G
    Highlights from the national primary school haka competition held in Hamilton. This Afternoon: Te Pitau Whakarei. (R)
    6:00Pm Haka Ngahau a-Rohe G
    A series of regional haka events in partnership with Te Matatini. Tonight: Te Hui Ahurei o Nga Uri a Atuamatua held in Rotorua in March 2021. (R)
    6:30Pm Te Ao Marama
    Maori Television's flagship weeknight news programme.
    7:00Pm Grid G
    Kaea Pearce, Brock Ashby and Tim Kiriwi look at music, fashion and sport. (R)
    7:30Pm On Country Kitchen G
    Mark and Derek take a course in cheese making and chocolate making. (R)
    8:00Pm Piri's Tiki Tour PG
    Piri Weepu meets divers, farmers and hunters who share their local hot spots and anecdotes of what made them into the people they are today. (R)
    8:30Pm Big Beasts Last of The Giants G
    Biologist Patrick Aryee is on a mission to track down the biggest animals on earth. Tonight: Whale sharks, Komodo dragons, orangutans and giant pandas from Australia to Asia. (R)
    9:30Pm Wild Kai Legends 2 PG
    Tamati Rimene-Sproat travels New Zealand to meet local legends and learn the lay of the land in unique hunting environments. (R)
    10:00Pm Hunting Aotearoa M
    (M) Join Peter Peeti as he hunts his way around Aotearoa. Tonight: Pete heads to the South Island to catch up with a legendary hunter and well known pig dog breeder, John Lockley. (R)
    10:30Pm 2021 TWoA National Sprint Champs
    Te Wananga o Aotearoa presents the waka ama champs at Lake Karapiro. (R)
    11:00Pm Te Ao Marama
    Maori Television's flagship weeknight news programme. (R)
    11:30Pm 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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