Now in its 26th season, Waka Huia is an iconic archival documentary series recording the unique stories and histories of Maori for all New Zealanders.
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When his passport expired, another's life was taken. Former soldier and broadcaster Hemana Waaka reveals how his life was saved, breaking tradition and facing fears, all with a bit of word play.
Keeping up with the Harawiras, Hilda and Hone, as they recount key movements that shaped them love, racism, fried bread and Maori independence.
When you fight for your land - there is always a price to pay. Kirituia Tumarae-Teka (Tamakaimoana) reveals her struggle without end at Maungapohatu.
Master of many professions Moari Stafford (Waikato) explores the female influences in his life and how they helped him become the man he is today.
Season Final: Haka master, Taina Ngarimu (74), shares an epic story of revenge from his cabin in the remote valley of Whareponga, East Coast; and reveals what makes a man on the stage.
Retired broadcaster, Hinerangi Goodman, serves up Ruatahuna soul food and talks candidly about love, beauty and the double standard applied to men and women.
Rose Te Papa (Tuhoe) is a swashbuckling, foul mouthed, lover of the Harley Davidson - who is guided by her heart.
All aboard as we take a trip with Temple Isaacs (Ngai Tamanuhiri, Rongowhakaata) through the golden era of NZ locomotive history, and hear the Ratana prophesy that foretold the miracle of his birth.
GOING HOME: 130 years ago his family fled the Tarawera eruption. Now for the first time since 1886 Rereamanu Wihapi (Ngati Taoi) is returning to his homelands.
Evelyn Tobin (Ngati Manu) reveals stories of early contact in the 1800s, the 'Girls War' at Russell and how language transcends the ages.
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