11 Sep 2019
A Cockney fight promoter arrives in Kauri Bay with a WWE-style wrestling ring and tent. This unofficial version of 1836 Aotearoa is a dog eat dog world where colourful characters ...
Watch on TVNZ
09 Sep 2019
Learn to speak te Reo Māori with the help of Ārai, Tairua, their whānau and friends with language lessons that cover everything from pronunciation to sentence structure.
Watch on HEIHEI
05 Sep 2019
Celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori with this playlist featuring waiata from NZ artists SoccerPractise, Seth Haapu, Anika Moa, Dave Dobbyn and more.
Watch on NZ On Air Spotify
25 Jul 2019
An animated snapshot of the multicultural melting pot that is Aotearoa.
Watch on Māori Television
18 Jun 2019
Pio Terei sets off to investigate the lives of whānau and individuals who have adopted a lifestyle living off-the-grid.
29 May 2019
New Zealand's hottest new Māori bilingual series which follows the trials and tribulations of best friends Smooch, Hemi and Geo.
02 May 2019
Enjoy another round with the brownest, funniest and smartest sketch comedy on race relations in Aotearoa.
25 Mar 2019
Includes Grass Roots: the wāhine of Hikurangi Enterprises, Common ground: Behind the scenes of the hāngī and Under the Korowai: new approaches to Māori mental health.
Watch on The Spinoff
02 Mar 2019
A web-series from E-Tangata featuring six inspiring Māori and Pasifika women telling us their stories, in their own words.
Watch on NZ Herald
18 Feb 2019
Join the three teenage members of NZ thrash metal band Alien Weaponry as they achieve their lifelong dream: performing at the world's biggest metal music festival, Germany's Wacken Open Air.
Watch on RNZ
01 Jan 2019
Waiata Māori for children, teachers and whānau, created by the late Jenny Shearer, an early childhood teacher who aspired for Te Reo to be accessible and enjoyable for all tamariki.
Watch on Te Kōtare
26 Nov 2018
Sophia finds out she's pregnant and is lured to a nightclub by the owner, Shan. There she meets Kowhai and Malia; Johnny's unsuspecting baby mamas.
19 Nov 2018
The story of the women's suffrage movement from the 1890s, following the descendants of the wāhine Māori who were involved in securing the right to vote in NZ.
10 Oct 2018
Haukāinga is regional media providor that serves the Taitokerau and wider Northland region. Their content takes account topical issues of community significance with a leaning towards telling positive stories that ...
Watch on Te Hiku Media
08 Jul 2018
Mihingarangi Forbes presents a compelling mix of current affairs investigations, human interest and arts and culture stories.
Watch on Threenow
01 May 2018
Toa Hunter Gatherer recaptures the traditional knowledge and techniques that have been lost since using modern ways to source kai.
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