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  • What's on MaoriTV Tomorrow
    Saturday, 2 March 2024
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    6:30am Purakau G
    Animated story time series for children focusing on Maori myths and legends. Be mesmerised by the magical powers of Tiriwa, the ancestor of Waitakere in west Auckland. (R)
    6:40am Tamaiti Tu Winter G
    Under the watchful gaze of the mountain ranges, young Maori boys navigate their way through winter mahi. Every tamaiti deserves high tea at the Tongariro Chateau Hotel. (R)
    6:50am Taki atu Taki mai G
    Contemporary beats, melodic rhymes and captivating colours for pre-schoolers. (R)
    7:00am Darwin and 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. Te Waka Unua. (R)
    7:20am Te Pamu Kumara G
    Tai and Amaia don’t see eye to eye. Nikau meets a new friend. Grace and Paora Patero’s plan is put into action. (R)
    7:30am He Rourou G
    An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whanau. (R)
    7:40am Kainga Whakapaipai G
    Join Ratema and Makurata on an action-packed journey of self-discovery, learning new techniques and practises to fulfil their daily household chores. (R)
    7:50am Island of Mystery G
    After a narrow escape, Kura realises she has no choice and sets off to find a way through the treacherous lava streams towards the misty maunga. (R)
    8:00am Kia Mau G
    A fun sing-along Maori performing arts series for children. (R)
    9:00am Ariki G
    It has come to the last match in the preliminary round, who will clutch first place in their pools? We’ll soon see. Entering the arena are Te Kotuku and Horouta Wananga. (R)
    9:30am Toku Reo G
    Professor John Moorfield's Maori language course supported by an interactive website. (R)
    10:00am Opaki G
    Pania Papa uses games, music and activities to teach Ma¯ori. (R)
    10:30am Ako G
    Pania Papa presents Maori language lessons for intermediate-level learners. (R)
    11:00am Te Mana Kuratahi Kapa Haka 2023 G
    NEW: The top primary schools from around the Aotearoa compete at the national competition held at Trafalgar Centre, Nelson. (R)
    12:00pm Haka Pedia G
    Tereana and Tangihaere take on haka expert Tiahuia Ropitini for hakapedia mana. (R)
    12:30pm Haka Life PG
    Join the members of Nga Tumanako as they prepare for Te Matatini and experience what its like to live that "Haka Life". (R)
    1:00pm The Ring Inz PG
    Turuz is overjoyed with the new order of leadership. Hana has it out with a Mataiti judge over the group’s mark for te reo. (R)
    1:30pm Iwi Anthems G
    Iwi Anthems are the waiata and haka we love to perform. They reveal who we are as a tribe and what is important to us – all the while providing entertainment. (R)
    2:00pm Whakatauki G
    Prominent Ngapuhi speakers discuss the current revival of ancient Ngapuhi proverbs. (R)
    2:30pm Karanga: The First Voice G
    Iwi around the motu explore and celebrate karanga in contemporary Aotearoa. (R)
    3:00pm Whaikorero G
    Whaikorero masters and practioners examine formal oral traditions from Waikato-Tainui, and scrutinise the evolution of this art form in a contemporary world. (R)
    3:30pm Marae DIY G
    Marae DIY brings together the tribe and the community to rebuild and restore marae in just four days. (R)
    4:30pm Toku Whare Kohanga Reo G
    Communities give some much needed love to tired and run-down kohanga across New Zealand. (R)
    5:00pm My Maori Midwife G
    The working lives of wahine supporting whanau on their birth journeys. (R)
    5:30pm Huro Pepi G
    Develops the skills of new mums and dads raising their babies in the Maori language. (R)
    6:00pm Super Kura G
    The official blessing of the Puna Reo approaches and Mungzy needs a haircut, which is not an easy job. Clara is overwhelmed by the aroha shown by the Kaikohe community. (R)
    6:30pm Lucky Dip on the Road G
    A family game show series with a heartland community feel. Hosts Luke Bird and Marcia Hopa take the show on the road. (R)
    7:00pm Khumba PG
    Rejected by his superstitious herd, a half-striped zebra embarks on a daring quest to earn his stripes but finds the courage and self-acceptance to save all the animals of the Great Karoo. (R)
    8:40pm Big Game M
    A young teenager camping in the woods helps rescue the President of the United States when Air Force One is shot down near his campsite. (R)
    10:40pm Sidewalk Karaoke G
    Te Hamua Nikora hits the streets in search of karaoke talent. (R)
    11:10pm Whakaata Maori
    Whakaata Maori specialises in the stories of Aotearoa. Be entertained and informed with news, current affairs, sports, drama, documentaries and much more.

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