In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021.
Helping New Learners Move From Confusion To Clarity In Te Reo Māori
Want to increase your knowledge of te ao Māori (the Māori world)? With a mixture of Māori and English, the Taringa podcast is the perfect way to learn te reo and tikanga Māori in a fun and relaxed way. Taringa is brought to you by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand’s largest tertiary education providers. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications to New Zealanders from all walks of life.
This podcast is dedicated to helping you to learn everyday Māori you can use in everyday situations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nau mai haere mai ki tēneki kōnae ipurangi. Ko te mea nui ko te reo Maori ka rongo, a, ka ora te reo Māori. He kaupapa kōrero mō ngā take o te wā. Mauri ora.
Takiwatānga, Love Not Cure; Exploring autism one strength at a time. Takiwatānga is the Te Reo Māori for autism. From 'tōku/tōna anō takiwā' - 'my/his/her own time and space' This is a New Zealand-based podcast about autism. www.takiwatanga.org.nz No copyright infringement intended. I can delete the intro from these experts - all you have to do is ask nicely. Thanks. Voice intro from Ted X: Guy Shahar - The beautiful reality of autism Chris Varney - How my unstoppable mother proved the exper ...
Join The Spinoff's Ātea editor Leonie Hayden along with Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes and Meriana Johnsen every two weeks for kōrerorero about te ao Māori me te ao hurihuri. The series will feature guests young and old, matatau and fresh as, from here there and everywhere across the motu, but all tangata whenua. Nē? is brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network. Hit follow now so you never miss an episode! Nē? is Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air. Hosted on Acast. See acast. ...
Nau mai ki WHAKAMĀORI. This Podcast series brings Google translate to life! Come along and interact with our host Chey Milne who will navigate this space alongside co-hosts Ani-Piki Tuari and Dr Anaha Hiini. These three te reo Māori enthusiasts will translate topical pieces of written and audio content from English to Māori. Join the Whakamāori crew to learn, wānanga and have fun in te reo Māori!
A series of short podcasts to help get you 'Up To Speed' with some Māori language phrases and words often heard in media, public addresses and everyday conversation in Aotearoa New Zealand. He waka eke noa, we're all in this together.
Jesse Mulligan presents an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
Pānia Papa returns for a second series. This innovative, Māori language series, opens its Whare to everyone who wants to speak a bit of Te Reo. Especially beneficial for those who lack the confidence to kōrero. Learning is fun and easy with lots of casual conversation.
Nau mai, Haere mai ki te punua pāho o Te Mata o te Arero. In this episode we delve into what Te Mata o Te Arero is and where the kaupapa has come from. The purpose of this podcast is to increase the use of te reo Māori across the University of Waikato campus, in and amongst the student community. Over the course of it's production, we will be engaging with students, staff and more to explain and discuss nuances of te reo Māori within these institutions. Please note, we are all students of th ...
2 Māori - 2 chairs - 22 years of absolute wisdom and tomfoolery. 🙏🏾 New Eps drop every Rāhina/Monday 🙌🏾 Business inquiry Email - email@example.com
Kōrerorero is a bilingual podcast for learners and enthusiasts of Te Reo Māori.
Kīwaha/Give it a go …a chance to learn a few super simple sayings in te reo Maori that you can use in your everyday conversations
Podcast by CORE Education
Hosted by Ryan 'the Lion' Ashton. Podcast recordings from 'A Yarn Live', streamed on Facebook and LinkedIn. 'Mind Over Matter' - yarning about mental health, mind health, peoples real life experiences and learnings. 'What the Tech?' - We deep dive on a subject with our guest and enable QnA with the audience, a opportunity to get answers about tech. 'A Kōrero Live' from Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - 35 Māori Leaders interviewed about their experience with te reo, and then we carry on a weekly basi ...
Produced in collaboration by Massey University and The Spinoff, Conversations that Count – Ngā Kōrero Whai Take offers thought-provoking perspectives on the issues shaping Aotearoa and te aō whānui. Join host Stacey Morrison as she speaks with academics, industry and activist leaders, turning a unique lens on the conversations we're already having and the ones which we need to have. New episodes released monthly. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A series of half-hour current affairs programmes, featuring RNZ's most experienced correspondents.
Kia Ora! Welcome to New Zealand. Seen as the home of fantasy, rugby and sheep, I'm keen to tell you more about who we are. Jewels from NZ is a weekly podcast talking NZ news, history, culture and myths. Along the way you'll hear about all about me and my crazy life. So who am I? I'm Julz: singer🎶, RPG podcaster⚔, whiskey drinker🥃, comedian😂 and HUGE fan of Aotearoa New Zealand 🥝. Kiwi's are known for our easy-going, can-do attitude. So I'm learning as I go but 'She'll be right. Sweet As!' Th ...
Podcast by Aotearoa Creative
We promote the positive side and positive people of Maoridom! This podcast's aim is to provide everyone, Maori and non-Maori alike to experience our beautiful culture and people as it is, not as it has been stigmatised to be in the past. Hosted by Scott and Daz, we're bringing you onboard with us to listen to some amazing Maori people absolutely crushing it in modern society and challenging all of the norms. Fuuuee Whanau - lets get our ears excited!
Head behind the scenes of RadioLIVE with our brand new control room podcast. We’re tackling the issues of the week with the names … you don’t know - from the Control Room of RadioLIVE and the producer's booth to you - it’s a look at what happens on-air and off-air... with the stories from the team that actually make it happen and yes, there will be dirt.
A wide variety of conversations recorded in front of audiences round Aotearoa
Interviews with kickass Indigenous women doing things differently! I invite you to look at the world through a different lens, a personal lens, a cultural lens, a lens made by and made for us – mā hine, mō hine, kia hine!
Growing numbers of non-Maori are enrolled in te reo courses and there are many new resources to support their learning. Pania Te Maro Associate Professor, Massey University speaks to Jesse.
In this podcast, Te Mako and Francesca kōrero about Kia Āhuareka te Re, a programme focused on beginner-level te reo. They discuss the importance of knowing your 'why', and the joy of speaking te reo Māori.By CORE Education
This week's critter is the sleek and powerful ngaro wiwi or large black hunting wasp (Priocnemis monachus) that specialises in hunting some of our largest spiders.
Recent record rainfall across parts of the country mean that gardens have been washed away and need to be started over. Lynda Hallinan has some tips and ideas to resurrect the soggy gardens and which plants can actually do well in flood prone areas.
No one wants to be cranking up the oven with the warm summer weather so Julie Biuso's got a lovely fresh summery feeling salad to share today.
Today Graeme talks to Jesse about We Are Still Here, an Australian/New Zealand co-production. He's also seen Knock At The Cabin and Pathaan.
Slavic and Balkan culture and music is set to be celebrated in Wellington in the first ever pan-Slavic event that unites people of Eastern Europe and the Balkans. SlavFest Educational Charitable Trust's David Weinstein joins Jesse.
It's been a big week for rain affected home owners navigating through insurance companies and putting in their claims. Emma Vitz is an actuary working in risk analysis for the insurance industry, particularly for natural disasters.
Chris Rodley is the CEO of Snap Group and the chair of 'Teem Fish' a company that has created the'Teem fish' camera, a tool that has the potential to end unsustainable fishing. But how big is the challenge?Chris talks to Jesse.
In this episode, JJ Carberry joins us for a wānanga about the provisions of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and we kōrero about what we can do as a part of the resistance.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
For her first chat of 2023 with Jesse, Mary Holm talks about some positive financial issues. She has a list of spending that makes people happy, including paying off debt, paying for travel and events, as well as beautifying homes with plants and art.
Dame Lois Muir was a star defender for the Silver Ferns from 1960 to 1963 before she went on to become one of the team's most successful coaches. She talks to Jesse for today's NZ Sporting History feature.
Today Colin Morris talks to Jesse about Paul Carrack track Don't Wait Too Long and looks behind the scenes at a Gregory Porter song, Black is the Colour.
Farmers are being encouraged to open the gates and let the public in on Open Farms Day coming up in March.Open Farms founder Daniel Eb talks to Jesse about the initiative and the feedback from previous years.