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  • What's on MaoriTV Tomorrow
    Tuesday, 21 September 2021
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    6:35Am Purakau G
    Te Houtaewa of Te Kao is legendary! He is known to be the fastest runner of his time. (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 Kid's Kai Kart G
    Students at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Rakipaewhenua make horopito teriyaki chicken sushi. (R)
    7:10Am Te Nutube G
    Two clever cousins, Atareta and Te Haakura, share their world with their followers. (R)
    7:20Am Mahi Pai G
    Six colourful taniwha and their friend, Te Ataakura, explore through movement, waiata and fun. (R)
    7:30Am Darwin + Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    7:40Am He Rourou G
    An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whanau. (R)
    7:50Am Tamaki Kura Tuatahi Kapa Haka 2021
    Auckland’s primary school kapa haka competition held in May 2021. Today: Te Manu Kai Miro - Te Kura Kaupapa a Rohe o Mangere.
    8:00Am Korero Mai G
    A unique mix of education and entertainment using drama to teach Maori. (R)
    9:00Am Kai with Anne Thorp G
    Chef Anne Thorp prepares simple and delicious meals using the freshest produce New Zealand has on offer. Today: Anne prepares bbq lamb, a pork bone broth, pork belly and smoked mullet. (R)
    9:30Am Opaki G
    Host Pa¯nia Papa uses games, music and activities to teach Ma¯ori. (R)
    10:00Am Iwi Anthems G
    Much-loved songs and haka reveal who the performers are as a tribe. (R)
    10:30Am Whanau Living G
    A personal journey of discovery by Stacey Morrison as a wife, mother and broadcaster. (R)
    11:00Am Tangaroa with Pio G
    Today: A compilation special of little stories from our Pacific Island travels that didn't fit into our other episodes. (R)
    11:30Am Off the Grid with Pio G
    Pio Terei sets off to investigate the lives of those living off-the-grid. Today: Pio travels to Ohakana Island, where he is trained to be a solar assistant and learns how to keep bees. (R)
    12:00Pm Te Ao Tapatahi
    Maori Television's midday news bulletin.
    12:30Pm Princesses G
    Aboriginal women from Canada speak from the heart about what beauty means to them. Today: Several indigenous women are going after non-indigenous beauty titles and some are succeeding. (R)
    1:00Pm It's in the Bag G
    Stacey Morrison and Pio Terei hit the road for this iconic New Zealand game show. (R)
    1:30Pm Oranga Ngakau G
    Yvonne Te Wahihi Edwards presents uniquely Maori exercise workouts for young and old to keep fit and healthy. (R)
    2:30Pm Toku Reo G
    Professor John Moorfield's Maori language course supported by an interactive website. (R)
    3:30Pm Korero Mai G
    A unique mix of education and entertainment using drama to teach Maori. (R)
    4:00Pm Ariki G
    Rangatahi Maori from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki, one of the fastest growing entertainment sports.
    4:30Pm Miharo 8 G
    Educating Maori-speaking children in an entertaining way. (R)
    5:05Pm Purakau G
    Te Houtaewa of Te Kao is legendary! He is known to be the fastest runner of his time. (R)
    5:15Pm 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)
    5:30Pm Kid's Kai Kart G
    Students at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Rakipaewhenua make horopito teriyaki chicken sushi. (R)
    5:40Pm Potae Pai G
    Join Krystal-Lee for fun-filled arts and crafts for children. (R)
    5:50Pm Mahi Pai G
    Six colourful taniwha and their friend, Te Ataakura, explore through movement, waiata and fun. (R)
    6:00Pm Darwin + Newts G
    An animated series for youngsters who love to figure out how things work. (R)
    6:10Pm He Rourou G
    An instructional cooking series aimed at tamariki and whanau. (R)
    6:20Pm Tamaki Kura Tuatahi Kapa Haka 2021
    Auckland’s primary school kapa haka competition held in May 2021. Tonight: Te Manu Kai Miro - Te Kura Kaupapa a Rohe o Mangere. (R)
    6:30Pm Te Ao Marama
    Maori Television's flagship news programme.
    7:00Pm Snr Kapa Haka Regionals 2020 G
    Exclusive coverage of the Mataatua regionals held at Ohui Domain, Opotiki. (R)
    7:30Pm Toi te Ora Our Way of Life G
    The spotlight is on successful business woman Nichola Te Kiri, who creates contemporary Maori clothing and jewellery.
    8:00Pm Moon Tide Fishing G
    Presenter Nore Martin shows when and where to fish according to the Maori lunar calendar. Rakau Matohi, the day after the full moon, can be a very productive day if conditions are...
    8:30Pm Survive the Wild G
    Explore essential tactics and strategies that animals use to ensure their future; attack, defence, mating, territory and communication.
    9:30Pm Toa Hunter Gatherer M
    (M) Adventurer, Owen Boynton shows his hunting skills and the beauty of New Zealand's wild country. (R)
    10:00Pm Hunting with Tui PG
    Tonight: Tui looks back at her journey – the new skills, the near misses, the lessons learned and patience required. (R)
    10:30Pm 2021 TWoA Sprint Champs
    Te Wananga o Aotearoa presents the national sprint champs at Lake Karapiro. (R)
    11:00Pm Te Ao Marama
    Maori Television's flagship 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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