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Hapu Wananga Hapu Wananga
Hapū Wānanga is a Kaupapa Māori pregnancy and parenting educational workshop. Designed by and for mana wahine reclaiming traditional birth practice.
Ethnic VoicesMaoriFree FM
Keeping it Reo Keeping it Reo
Kia ora ra e te iwi.  Tune in as we explore our language.
Ethnic & CulturalMaoriAccess Radio Taranaki
Mā Te Oro Ka Ora - Good Sounds, Good Health Mā Te Oro Ka Ora - Good Sounds, Good Health
Hear from locals and folk with local connections about the things they do and the ways they’ve learnt to plan for a healthy future.
Languages and CulturesEnglish, Maori Otago Access Radio
Te Matahi o Te Tau: Puaka Matariki and the Māori New Year Te Matahi o Te Tau: Puaka Matariki and the Māori New Year
Languages and CulturesMaori, English Otago Access Radio
Te Reo Journeys Te Reo Journeys
Hear the personal stories of learning te reo as shared by tauira (students) of Te Reo Māori (L1 and 2) at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Ngāmotu Wharekura.
Ethnic & CulturalEnglish, Maori Access Radio Taranaki
The Loud Silence The Loud Silence
Have you ever been in a position where you don’t feel heard? You're screaming loud on the inside but no-one is listening to you?
Youth ZoneMaori, English Otago Access Radio
The Māori Vegan Podcast The Māori Vegan Podcast
Mikaira Pau presents the story of his journey to becoming vegan and discusses the impact that has had on his life and culture. In English and Te Reo Māori
Arts and CultureMaori EnglishFree FM
Wai 262 Wai 262
The first WAI 262 claimant whānau (Taumata Whakapūmau) led korero in the history of the WAI 262 Flora and Fauna Claim. It has been 30 years since the WAI 262 claim was lodged, and 10 years since the Crown’s response with the Ko Aotearoa Tēnei Report.
Ethnic VoicesMaori EnglishFree FM