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Top 10 Programmes Planned For Maori TV

Top 10 programmes planned for the Maori Television Service

1. Maggie's Wira Gardner Show - Wira gets spectacular results with horse manure and lots of taxpayer's money.

2. Trackside - business programme for state-sector entrepreneurs explaining how to set up hidden income through your TAB account.

3. Survivor - before being finally voted off MTS Island, Trevor jacks up a cushy job with Te Puni Kokiri.

4. 24 - Parekura Horomia counts the number of deep-fried Mars bars he can eat in one sitting.

5. Two Thousand Acres of Sky - Donna Hall lodges a surprising new treaty claim.

6. The Making of 'Whale Rider' - Kiwi engineers discuss the construction of Parekura Horomia's ministerial self-drive car.

7. Third Watch - after her latest Treaty case Donna Hall splashes out on yet another Cartier.

8. Moeke in the Middle - Moeke bites the big one after finding himself pinned between Rodney Hide and Parekura Horomia.

9. The Young and the Jobless - Hone loses his job at the grocery store after Margaret Wilson jacks up the youth minimum wage.

10. Worst Case Scenario - watch as MTS directors hire John Davey as chief executive (to be continued).

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