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Maori Television hightlights Week 5: Jan 26 - Feb 1, 2013

New this week

Maori Television hightlights Week 5: January 26 - February 1 2013
NZ Post Waka Ama National Sprints 2013
The Topp Twins
Love Patrol (series 3)

Season finals this week
No season finals this week

Coming soon
NZ films:
February 2 – Rain of the Children
February 9 – Beyond Reasonable Doubt
February 16 – Ngati
Waitangi Day - Crack Up – A special comedy show hosted by Mike King
Waitangi Ata Marie – live two hour breakfast show


SATURDAY 26 JANUARY 2013


3.30 pm NZ Post Waka Ama National Sprints 2013 G
Highlights from the 2013 Waka Ama National Sprint (outrigger canoe) competition at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge. (PREMIERE)


8:30 pm Bad Blood AO
Set in the small West Coast town of Koiterangi during World War II, Bad Blood is based on the factual manhunt for mass-murderer Stanley Graham. Directed by Mike Newell. (REPEAT)


10.35 pm Poitukohu NBA 2012 UR
Maori Television is pleased to bring you action from the 2012 National Basketball Association (NBA) season. Tonight: New York Knicks v Boston Celtics.

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY 2013


3.30 pm Maori All Blacks UR
Maori Television is pleased to present the first game from the Maori All Blacks Tour against the Leicester Tigers in England.


7.00 pm Joe’s World on a Plate G
Join Maori Television’s newest celebrity chef, Joe McLeod as he cooks some of his favourite recipes from around the world, all from the comfort of his own home. Tonight: Singapore.


8.30 pm Man on the Moon AO
A biographical film about the life and career of the eccentric avant garde comedian Andy Kaufman. Starring Jim Carrey. (REPEAT)


MONDAY 28 JANUARY 2013


8.00 pm Warrant of Fitness G
Recent medical graduate Dr Matt Wheeler from Ngai Tahu is taking steps to complement his knowledge of Western medicine with a deeper understanding of matauranga Maori. (REPEAT)


8.30 pm Native Affairs Summer Series UR
Six Maori language exponents gather at Te Papa Tongarewa to debate the issues surrounding Maori language revitalisation.


10.30 pm The Nutters Club AO
A fresh, spontaneous and entertaining approach to mental health issues. Mike King hosts a popular talkback radio show featuring fearless and frank discussion with studio guests. (REPEAT)


TUESDAY 29 JANUARY 2013


8.30 pm Tuesday Documentary: Edge of the Earth G
Behind the scenes of a music video production by platinum-selling rock band Thirty Seconds To Mars against the backdrop of the environmental trouble-spot that is the Arctic. (REPEAT)


9.30 pm Love Patrol PGR
A girl's body is discovered in the undergrowth. Mark from the local police station has to unravel the truth about her death, while a creeper unsettles the whole community. (PREMIERE REPEAT)


10.00 pm The Topp Twins G
Tune in for the hilarious antics of The Topp Twins. Tonight: The culture of beach, sun and camping and Camp Mother and Leader enter a triathlon. (PREMIERE REPEAT)


WEDNESDAY 30 JANUARY 2013


8.00 pm He Iwi Whakapono G
Arriving to these shores with recent immigrants from the Middle East, Islam is a faith that is rapidly growing amongst young Maori. Ruia Aperahama asks Dania Tutera what Islam has to offer Maori.
(REPEAT)


8.30 pm Kowhao Rau G
Quinton Hita journeys back to his roots to capture the Ngapuhi dialect through tableside yarns with kaumatua. (REPEAT)


10:30 pm Te Kauta PGR
A risqué chat show featuring guests who reminisce about their younger days and some of their most naughty secrets never told or seen on television before. Tonight: Kotuku Tibble.


THURSDAY 31 JANUARY 2013


8.00 pm Te Po Mekemeke G
Take a ringside seat as the next generation of male and female boxers battle it out in a series of matches from around the country.


8.30 pm Poitukohu NBA 2012 UR
Maori Television is pleased to bring you action from the 2012 National Basketball Association (NBA) season. Tonight: Golden State v Cleveland.

10.30 pm Hunting Aotearoa AO
This week Howie returns to the Blue Duck Lodge in Owhango. He catches up with his old mate Dan Steele and joins a father and son hunt for a stag. (REPEAT)


TELEVISION FRIDAY 01 FEBRUARY 2013

8.00 pm It’s in the Bag G
Stacey Morrison and Pio Terei hit the road again for a brand new series of this iconic New Zealand game show. Ruatoria packs the house out and then tries to lift the roof off with laughter. (REPEAT)


8.30 pm Marae DIY G
The Marae DIY crew are back again, tools and can do attitude in hand. Join the journey as we visit and help out at different marae around te motu. Tonight: Ngati Rangitihi Marae. (REPEAT)


9.30 pm Kapa Haka Kids G
Follows a group of novice students from Auckland’s North Shore who are preparing for the kapa haka performance of their lives. With only a few days until Polyfest, the kapa haka kids are feeling the pressure. (REPEAT)


10.00 pm Maumahara G
Tonight: Health. Many of today’s kaumatua grew up too quickly, having to deal with terminal illness and death in the family. (REPEAT)


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