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Maori TV Pays Special Tribute To Te Arikinui

Maori TV Pays Special Tribute To Te Arikinui

Maori Television will pay special tribute to Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu with its broadcast of NGA MIHI ROIMATA starting at 8.00 AM. NGA MIHI ROIMATA will feature tributes from the many dignitaries who have visited Turangawaewae Marae this week to pay their respects to her. Maori Television presenter Te Hamua Nikora will also provide viewers with interviews and news from the marae throughout the day. The schedule is as follows:

SUNDAY AUGUST 20 2006
0800 – 1000: NGA MIHI ROIMATA
1000 – 1015: LIVE CROSS TO TURANGAWAEWAE
1015 – 1200: NGA MIHI ROIMATA
1200 – 1215: LIVE CROSS TO TURANGAWAEWAE
1215 – 1400: NGA MIHI ROIMATA
1400 – 1415: LIVE CROSS TO TURANGAWAEWAE
1415 – 1450: NGA MIHI ROIMATA
1450 – 1500: LIVE CROSS TO TURANGAWAEWAE
1500 – 1600: WAKA HUIA – RAUPATU
A look at the 1995 settlement of the Waikato Raupatu (confiscation) claim, its history and its significance for Waikato iwi (Maori language).
1600 – 1700: TE ARIKINUI – QUEEN TE ATAIRANGIKAAHU OF NZ
A documentary profiling Te Arikinui in the mid 1990s.
1700 – 1730: TE ARIKINUI – HIGHLIGHTS FROM SATURDAY
1730 –1800: TE ARIKINUI – HIGHLIGHTS FROM SUNDAY
1800 – 1830: MOTEATEA
Performances of traditional waiata from Rangitane, Ngai Tuhoe, Ngati Toa and Ngaiterangi (Maori language).
1830 – 1930: TIAHO PO – TE ARIKINUI 40 YEARS
A profile of the forty year reign of Te Arikinui, Dame Te Atairangikaahu, celebrated at the Coronation Festivities at Turangawaewae in May 2006.
1930 onwards: Programming as scheduled

ENDS

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