Featuring the first of our new Ghost Story series, this episode is sure to send a chill up your spine. Parental guidance and/or discretion is advised for young children.
We delve back into the metaphorical language by going over Kupu Whakarite in the theme of heavenly bodies - using simile to refere to anything that is in the sky - stars, moon, planets, the sun etc. Enjoy!
Paraone and Snow talk about educational calendars, te reo rua and academic referencing in a Māori framework.
Horomona Horo, an exponent of taonga puoro who has dedicated his life to helping the resurgence of this art by giving these taonga a modern song. "Horo" reveals to us about his tumultuous life and how tonga puoro saved him just as his mentors were saving taonga puoro.
Our first ever live episode! We set up at our Hamilton Mangakōtukutuku campus with a live audience and discuss how Māori language is changing with the times.
A kaimahi of Ngā Taonga sound and vision talks with us about the importance of archiving, the inner workings of looking after the content, and also shares a few of her own favourites with us too.
Original archive sources:
1) Excerpts from a speech by Te Ouenuku Rene to members of Parliament at the presentation of the Māori language petition.
2) Katerina Mataira speaking about kōhanga reo.
3) Paraone at Ngā Manukōrero 1997.
4) (Waiata o te wiki) Ngā tamariki wāhine o te kura o Te Waipounamu.
E ao te kōrero mō tēnei iwi o te wiki. A progeny of Te Rarawa whakapapa and a prodigy of Te Rarawa wānanga. Raniera Mcgrath presents a glimpse into the history of Te Rarawa and its people. Kua whakawerahia hoki te kaupapa o Mahuru Māori nō reira ka kōrero tō hoa i roto i tōna reo ūkaipō. E tai mā, e hika mā e mara mā - whakarongo mai.
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Everyday pātai in everyday reo. Looking at ways to ask some everyday questions, we cover words and intonation for asking past and present times, cups of tea, table manners, travel plans, greetings and more - including.
We share our thoughts on the "huruhuru" debate, talk in depth about how to learn about Whakapono Māori and what it means to you.