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Maori TV Features: March 27 - April 2

Maori Television features screening on the week of Monday March 27 to Sunday April 2.

THE MYSTERY OF THE THREE KINGS
Tuesday March 28 at 8.30 PM

New evidence about the true identity of the three kings who visited baby Jesus in Bethlehem is revealed in the International Documentary slot.


WAKA HUIA: NICK CONRAD
Wednesday March 29 at 8.30 PM

The traditional history of New Zealand’s Northland tribes is recounted by the late Te Aupouri kaumatua Nick Conrad in Maori Television’s Te Koputu Taonga slot.


2006 MAORI MEDIA AWARDS
Friday March 31 at 8.30 PM

Maori Television re-screens the recent awards ceremony – held in Gisborne to acknowledge the best Maori broadcasters – in the Friday Feature slot.


STOLEN GENERATIONS
Saturday April 1 at 9.00 PM

International documentary about the ‘stolen generation’ – the 100,000-plus Aboriginal children forcibly removed from their families between 1910 and 1970.


BARTON FINK
Sunday April 2 at 9.00 PM

Directed and produced by the Coen brothers, the Sunday Feature stars John Turturro – as a troubled New York playwright – amidst a cast including John Goodman, John Mahoney, Judy Davis and Tony Shalhoub.

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