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    Sunday 14 Feb
    • Season 2021, Episode 1

    We sit down with Willie Jackson, Carmen Parahi, Guyon Espiner and Merepeka Raukawa-Tait to talk about the year ahead for Māori. We also introduce Kiri and Astley Nathan, mother and son duo as they begin their reo journey.

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      • Season 2021, Episode 23

      Southland farmer Tangaroa Walker talks about the new government regulations that are affecting farmers. Joining us on the couch are Russel Norman, Pania King and Scott Bright as they explain the environmental impact of agriculture.

      • Season 2021, Episode 22

      In this episode, Shane Te Pou and Claudette Hauiti talk about the systems that have been established to further acknowledge the Tiriti o Waitangi. We also hear from 5 young Māori athletes on the cusp of sporting greatness.

      • Season 2021, Episode 21

      We join the front line protesters of Putiki Bay, Karla Allies and Emily Weiss, as they share with us the realities of their struggle. We are joined in the studio by Chlöe Swarbrick, Hūhana Lyndon and Mikaera Miru to talk about the politics of Putiki Bay. Plus we feature hip hop artist, Melodownz, on being found in translation.

      • Season 2021, Episode 20

      Nicola Adams shares her grief, struggle and meth addiction. A story of how she turned her life around for her whānau, tamariki and herself. We are also joined by Charles Hohaia and Jessica Apanui as they share their approach to help people struggling with drug addiction.

      • Season 2021, Episode 19

      We dive into life as a Māori in Aotearoa as we hear from Hohepa 'Hori' Thompson and Marama Davidson who share their thoughts on how to combat racism. We are also joined by Dr Rangi Mataamua as he shares his insights on Matariki.

      • Season 2021, Episode 18

      We hear from Chief Judge Heemi Taumaunu, Judge Ophir Cassidy, Annette Sykes and Kingi Snelgar about the new Māori justice system 'Te Ao Marama'. We also sit down with John Miller and Elisapeta Heta as they talk about their recent photography exhibition.

      • Season 2021, Episode 17

      We are joined by Toi Kai Rākau Iti, Tamatha Paul, Annette Sykes and Hikawai Te Nahu as they talk to us about their visions and aspirations for the year 2040. We also hear from Lee Naniseni from the Ōtara Kai Village as she shares the mahi they do to help the South Auckland community.

      • Season 2021, Episode 16

      WARNING: Deals with the issue of suicide. | We sit down with Mike King and Mariah Herbert as we hear their stories of fighting mental illnesses and how they hope to help the next generation.

      • Season 2021, Episode 15

      We are joined by Dr Claire Charters, Waimirirangi Ormsby, Shane Te Pou and Merepeka Raukawa-Tait to talk about He Puapua. He Puapua looks at how Aotearoa should implement the UN declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. Ā kua hoki mai a Kiri rāua ko Astley mō te wā tuatoru ki te kōrero mō tā rāua ara reo.

      • Season 2021, Episode 14

      We hear Taylor's story of being Māori and transgender with Green Party MP Dr Elizabeth Kerekere. Plus, we meet Anne, a volunteer service manager for Auckland City Mission and taonga puoro band IA from Waikato.

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