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Reo Maori Channel Highlights

Reo Maori Channel Highlights

Week 13: Friday March 28 – Sunday March 30 2008

One-hour live-to-air broadcast of the official launch of the new Maori language channel at the gala dinner of the World Indigenous Television Broadcasting Conference in Auckland. (Maori language)

JUBILEE – Friday March 28 at 9.00 PM
Comedy set in heartland New Zealand about Billy Williams, his family and the small town of Waimatua – the sweet potato capital of the world. Stars Cliff Curtis and Theresa Healey. (Maori language)

WHARE TAPERE – Sunday March 30 at 8.00 PM
New! Series premiere of a studio-based show – fronted by kapa haka enthusiast Tamati Waaka – that explores the dynamics of kapa haka through discussion with special guests. Learn and appreciate the stories behind the moves, the songs and the people. (Maori language)

TE WAO TUTURU – Sunday March 30 at 8.30 PM
Natural history documentaries from throughout the world – reversioned into the Maori language. Tonight: A drama of adaptation and survival in America’s most brutal landscape – Death Valley National Park in southern California. (Maori language)


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