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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, Silver for Best Educational and Best Indie in 2022 and Silver for Best History in 2023. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Everyday Māori

Hēmi Kelly and Āpera Woodfine

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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.
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Takiwātanga, Love Not Cure; Exploring autism one strength at a time. This is a podcast about autism stories. Takiwātanga is the Te Reo Māori for autism. From 'tōku/tōna anō takiwā' - 'my/his/her own time and space'. www.takiwatanga.org.nz ------------------------------ Support our here: https://bit.ly/Takiwatangashirts ----------------------------- #Takiwatanga, #autismawareness, #autism, #lovenotcure
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A series of short podcasts hosted by Stacey Morrison 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.
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Taringa Podcast

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

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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.
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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.
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Tātai Aho Rau Core Education

Tātai Aho Rau Core Education

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Tātai Aho Rau Core Education is a trusted national provider of high-quality, learning-related products and services. We have an established reputation working in ways that are Te Tiriti-honouring, learner-centred, collaborative, inclusive, future focused and innovative. Our work is with individuals, learning communities (early years to secondary), mana whenua, iwi and hapū, Pasifika, corporate businesses, NGO's, Government departments, and ministries.
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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 ...
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Nau mai ki Whakamāori Series 2! This Podcast series brings Google translate to life! Come along and interact with our host Kimo Houltham who will navigate this space alongside co-hosts Dr Anaha Hiini, Kristin Ross, Leon Blake and Hana Mereraiha. Join the Whakamāori crew to learn, wānanga and have fun in te reo Māori! Made with the suppport of TMP.
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2 Tūru

Kae'sharn & Harley

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2 Māori - 2 chairs - 22 years of absolute wisdom and tomfoolery. 🙏🏾 New Eps drop every Rāhina/Monday 🙌🏾 Business inquiry Email - 2turu@nexusmag.co.nz
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This podcast is to showcase some highlights or clips taken from Wired Experience Podcast | Tangata | Mga Tao Wikipedia: Aotearoa ([aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]) is the current Te Reo name for New Zealand. Pinoy (/pɪˈnɔɪ) is a common informal self-reference used by Filipinos to refer to citizens of the Philippines. Experience (ĭk-spîr′ē-əns) refers to conscious events in general, more specifically to perceptions, or to the practical knowledge and familiarity that is produced by these processes. https://bit.ly/ ...
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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 ...
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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.
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Only A Podcast

ElTele & The Captain

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Two blokes, upside down and many miles from home, talk about popular culture. And unpopular culture too. Books, music, films, the news, what we had for dinner last night.. everything is fair game. Let's do this!
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He Reo Tawhito: Conversations about Mōteatea

SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music

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Mōteatea is a centuries-old tradition of chanted song-poetry; a great literary and musical art form that expresses the powerful portrayal of storytelling and is reflective of the emotional depths of a Māori world view. Its vast richness is yet to be fully understood. In this seven-part series hosted by Crystal Edwards, we hold conversations with some of the world's leading experts on mōteatea and ask them: What exactly is mōteatea? How has it changed since colonisation? What issues does it f ...
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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.
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about sports Episode dialogue: Āpera: Tākaro whutupōro ai koe? Hēmi: Karekau. I tākaro ahau nōku e tamariki ana, engari kāore au i tino i pai atu. I tākaro koe? Āpera: Āe, i tākaro whutupōro au i te kura tuatahi, engari i huri au ki te tākaro poiwhana me te makapoi rōwai nōku i te kura tuarua.…
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To end our chapter on the pre-European period of Aotearoa's history I asked for your questions and you delivered! You guys sent in so many/I spoke too much that I had to split the episode into 5 parts. I messed up the audio a little bit in these episodes and it was gonna be a huge hassle to fix it so I've decided to leave it as is. It's not awful, …
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About this tripKia ora! Join us on an immersive journey to locations around Ōtepoti Dunedin to find out about the population recovery of pakake New Zealand sea lion. Did you know, until 1993, no pups had been born on the mainland for 150 years? Find out about "Mum", the legendary mother sea lion who travelled 600km from the Auckland Islands to foun…
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Join Jamie Taylor in an insightful kōrero with Julia Wikeepa, CEO of Hā Habit and Hauora educator, as they delve into the essence of hauora | wellbeing, with a special focus on harnessing the power of hā | breath for mindfulness.Discover Julia's personal journey from struggles with low mood, anxiety, to finding solace and growth through mindfulness…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about gossip. Episode dialogue: Āpera: E hoa, māu te kai o te pō e tunu, nē? Hēmi: Engari mō tēnā! Nāku i tunu inapō, i tōna tikanga, māu i tēnei pō, ā, mā Pare āpōpō. Āpera: Ka pai, kei te hoki mai a Pare ki te kāinga i te pō nei? Kia mohio ai au me pēwhea te nui o te kai. Hēmi: Āna, koirā tā…
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The Gut Microbiome Are you ready to dive into the fascinating world of the gut-brain axis and uncover actionable tools for enhancing your gut health? In our latest episode titled "Enhance Your Gut Microbiome for Brain & Overall Health," Professor Andrew Huberman, a leading expert in neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine, tak…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero about a cheeky child Episode dialogue: Hēmi: E tama, he mea peita ō taringa? I āta kīia atu koe e to māmā kia whakapaitia tō rūma. Kia teretere mai koe i mua i tana hokinga mai i te mahi. Āpera: Taihoa, kua mutu tonu taku kēmu. Hēmi: Pae kare, e tama, mō te takaroa kāore he painga i a koe, nē? Ana, koinā hei ing…
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To end our chapter on the pre-European period of Aotearoa's history I asked for your questions and you delivered! You guys sent in so many/I spoke too much that I had to split the episode into 5 parts. I messed up the audio a little bit in these episodes and it was gonna be a huge hassle to fix it so I've decided to leave it as is. It's not awful, …
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about a movie. Episode dialogue: Hēmi: Kei te haere māua ko Te Huia ki te mātaki kiriata ā te po nei. Kei te hia haere mai koe? Āpera: Ko tēhea kiriata? Hēmi: Ko Ngā Kēmu Hiakai. Āpera: Kua kitea kētia tērā. Haere kōrua. Hēmi: He pēwhea? Āpera: Te mutunga kē mai nei o te maroke! Kāore i roa e …
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To end our chapter on the pre-European period of Aotearoa's history I asked for your questions and you delivered! You guys sent in so many/I spoke too much that I had to split the episode into 5 parts. I messed up the audio a little bit in these episodes and it was gonna be a huge hassle to fix it so I've decided to leave it as is. It's not awful, …
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about tangihanga (funerals) Episode dialogue: Āpera: Kua tae te kōrero ki a koe, kua mate a Tapi? Hēmi: Aiii, taku hoa! I roa e pāngia ana e te mate. Āpera: Āe, kua mutu tana mamae ināianei. Hēmi: Nōnawhea i mate ai? Āpera: Nō te pō rā. I mate i te kāinga e karapotia ana e te whānau katoa. Hēm…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about being sick Episode dialogue: Hēmi: Kia ora, ko Hēmi tēnei. Āpera: Tēnā koe, e tai. Ko Āpera tēnei. Hēmi: Kia ora, e hoa. He aha tēnei waea mai? Āpera: Kia mōhio mai koe, kāore au tae atu ki tā tāua kaupapa āpōpō. Hēmi: He aha i kore ai? Āpera: He māuiui nōku. Kua pāngia au e te rewharewh…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about hosting Episode dialogue: (He pātuhi nā Hēmi ki a Āpera) Hēmi: He pōwhiri tēnei nāku kia haere mai kōrua ko tō hoa ki tāku pāti Kirihimete ka tū ki tōku whare ā te 16 o Tīhema. Nau mai, haere mai. (Ka tae a Āpera ki te whare o Hēmi) Hēmi: E hoa, kuhu mai. Āpera: Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete,…
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Join Karl Summerfield and guest Lex Davis, Deputy Principal at Ormiston Senior College, as they explore the world of teaching in Aotearoa. Lex shares insights on the power of authenticity in the workplace, explaining how being your true self as a tumuaki or kaiako can lead to meaningful connections, even if it means embracing vulnerability. Discove…
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In the Takiwatanga 2023 Recap, we revisit the impactful episodes and conversations that have left a lasting impression. From Dana Morris shedding light on raising a child with autism to Shana Moriah's powerful insights on neurodiversity, each episode has brought us closer to understanding and embracing differences. We are also thrilled to share tha…
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To end our chapter on the pre-European period of Aotearoa's history I asked for your questions and you delivered! You guys sent in so many/I spoke too much that I had to split the episode into 5 parts. I messed up the audio a little bit in these episodes and it was gonna be a huge hassle to fix it so I've decided to leave it as is. It's not awful, …
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about watching TV Episode dialogue: Āpera: Kei te mātakitaki koe i te aha? Hēmi: Karekau, kei te mātakitaki kē au i taku waea. Kei te pīrangi mātaki koe i te aha? Āpera: I taku hōtaka ka tīmata ākuanei. E pai ana taku whakawhiti i te hongere. Hēmi: Āe, kāore he aha ki a au. Anei te roumamao, k…
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In this episode, Maraea and Janelle discuss the impact of language, culture, and identity on Māori athletes' success from grassroots to international success. They unpack the power of connecting tamariki with their cultural heritage through reo Māori, leading to enhanced academic achievements. Janelle shouts the praises of the next generation, toge…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about the dog. Episode dialogue: Hēmi: Kia ora, e hoa. Ko Hēmi tēnei, kei konā a Ora? Āpera: Kia ora, e hoa. Kātahi anō ia ka puta ki te whakahīkoi i te kurī. Hēmi: E kī! Kīhai au i mōhio he kurī tā kōrua. Āpera: Kātahi anō māua ka whai kurī. Nō Ora te whakaaro. Hēmi: He aha te momo? Āpera: He…
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To end our chapter on the pre-European period of Aotearoa's history I asked for your questions and you delivered! You guys sent in so many/I spoke too much that I had to split the episode into 5 parts. I messed up the audio a little bit in these episodes and it was gonna be a huge hassle to fix it so I've decided to leave it as is. It's not awful, …
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about voting. Episode dialogue: Hēmi: Kua pōti rānei koe? Āpera: Kāore anō. Ka pōti koe i a wai? Hēmi: Kia pono, kei te whēangaanga au. Ko wai tāu e pōti ai? Āpera: E aua hoki. Kei te ngākaurua hoki au. Hēmi: Kāore anō au kia āta rangahau i ngā kaupapahere a tēnā pāti, a tēnā pāti. Āpera: Ko t…
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Enjoy this insightful podcast with Kathe Tawhiwhirangi and Derek Wenmoth, the visionary founder of FutureMakers and principal consultant at Tātai Aho Rau Core Education. In this podcast, Derek and Kathe unpack the shift towards prioritising learners in educational practices, celebrating the uniqueness of every ākonga. Discover Derek's perspective o…
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Join Dr. Hana O'Regan and Leah Te Whata in our podcast as they give practical advice on live out the Treaty of Waitangi in your day-to-day life.Discover the significance of this practice and gain invaluable insights through their three-step approach:- Develop a mindset.- Design an equitable plan.- Take action.Tune in for practical and inspirational…
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In an opening aside, The Captain curses wireless technology. Just use wires, folks. After all these years, ElTele learns how to run. But the main theme for the end of year episode is: we list our best film, TV series, documentary, book, event, album and podcast of the year (spoiler: we don’t choose our own). If we’d like anything for Christmas, it’…
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about social media Episode dialogue: Āpera: Mātakitaki ai koe i ngā paki a Mere i tō Paeāhua? Hēmi: Āna, kātahi nā te wahine whakakata. Āpera: Whakakata Māori nei, nē? Hēmi: Āe. E hia kē nei ngā tāngata kei te whai i a ia. Āpera: Whakamahi ai koe i tō Paeāhua? Hēmi: I ōna wā, engari kāore e ka…
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As is tradition at the end of a topic, here is a Māori legend! This one talks how Lake Wakatipu in the lower South Island got its distinctive shape, as well as a unique feature that you may not have known about! Check out the website and shownotes! Become a Patron! Buy some merch! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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The following questions are answered by archaeologist Andrew Blanshard in this LEARNZ web conference about archaeology and heritage conservation in Aotearoa New Zealand.1. How did archaeologists know where to start looking for the pieces of history in the first place?2. What kind of tools do archaeologist use? What is the purpose of the red and whi…
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The following questions from schools are answered by museum curator Kate Martin about first contact between Captain Cook and Māori in Te Pēwhairangi Bay of Islands:1. How long did the Endeavour stay in the Bay of Islands?2. Why did the Crew of the Endeavour shoot at the locals? How did they feel about that?3. Did Captain Cook gain trust of the loca…
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Enjoy our latest kōrero with Dr. Jeanne Teisina and Tinā Ruta McKenzie as they explore the 'api lens in Tongan culture. Learn about how education can capture the essence of being Tongan, cultivating a sense of profound cultural identity in children. Dr. Jeanne advocates for curriculum alignment with Pacific heritage, empowering the younger generat…
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Join Kathe Tawhiwhirangi as she has a kōrero with Derek Wenmoth, the founder of FutureMakers and principal consultant at Tātai Aho Rau Core Education. Derek and Kathe explore many topics in this podcast, such as the important, positive and recent shift of putting learners at the centre of our educational practices, as well as a growing understandin…
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Kua tata ngā pō o ngā pōtiki a Rehua. Tēnā tātou i tā tātou puni whakamutunga o te tau Pākehā. MC Grammar joins Paraone, Erica, and Te Puaheiri in this final episode of 2023 to discuss kupu related to this time of the year. We explore expressing gratitude for received gifts and, in true Taringa fashion, delve into considerations for those not with …
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In this episode, we explore email sign offs. Ngā mihi tīmatanga Tēnā koe, e hoa / E te hoa, tēnā koe Tēnā koe, e te rangatira / E te rangatira, tēnā koe An expression of good wishes: Noho ora mai rā - Look after yourself Noho ora mai koe i roto i ngā manaakitanga katoa - May you remain well Noho mai rā i roto i ngā manaakitanga katoa Noho pai mai i…
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In our penultimate episode of 2023, we review a live concert by a legendary band, and a new album from an old stager. Spy drama Slow Horses returns. The Captain is drawn in to animated martial arts series Blue Eye Samurai, and is hanging out for the gripping final episode of NZ drama After the Party. ElTele discusses the loss of Shane MacGowan of t…
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