Ka whakapuakina e Ngāhuia Murphy ana rangahau me ōna whakaaro mō ngā āhuatanga o te wahine Māori i ngaro i ngā tau. Ka kōrerotia te tapu me te mana o te wahine i mua te aupēhia o te mana o te wahine Māori e te Pākeha, e tōna whakapono, e āna tuhinga hoki. Dr Ngāhuia Murphy talks about her research and ideas regarding the status of wahine Māori that had been lost in recent history. The sacredness and the reverence of women before their oppression by western beliefs, ideaologies and historical writings is also discussed.
ko te whakahokinga mai o ngā kōiwi tupuna ehara i te hanga. The repatriation of ancestors' bones is by no means an insignificant feat. We talk with Paraone about his experience travelling to Vienna to bring back our tūpuna. We discuss the preparation and the tikanga that was involved in carrying out such a task. Kia āta whakarongo e hoa mā ehara tēnei kaupapa i te hanga.
Ko ngā kaupapa i puta mai i te Petihana Te Reo Māori i ngā tau rima tekau tau ki mua pēhea te tini! Ka whakarongo tātou ki ētahi o ngā kōrero i hopukina ai i taua rā i te 14 o Hepetema o te tau 1972. Ka kōrero a Erica rāo ko Te Puaheiri mō te hunga nāna anō te kaupapa, te hunga i tae atu ki Paremata, ngā hua i puta me ngā kaupapa e tohea tonutia o moroki nei.
While Paraone enjoys the sun in Fiji, Snowy and Erica recap a few previous "Iwi o te wiki" episodes - including Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Rangitāne and Kahungunu ki Wairarapa.
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Following the recent Ngāti Raukawa recording and release of "Te Oriori o Raukawa", this episode discusses what an Oriori is, what they contain and the kaupapa within them. Being the composer of this Oriori, we are priveleged to be able to hear Paraone unpacking his composition process. To listen to the full 27 minute waiata, go here: https://bit.ly/3vkWKEV
Listening through the archives again, we feature and discuss 3 items from the 1986 Polynesian Festival (now called Matatini) held at the Q.E. II Park, Ōtautahi (Christchurch).
He aha te whakapapa? He aha rānei te whakapapa ki a koe? He aha tōna iho hei tō te mātauranga Māori? Ka wānangahia ēnei tūwhai pātai i tēnei puni o Tikanga 101. What is whakapapa? What is whakapapa to you and how can we find it? What is it's essence in accordance to Māori philosophy? These are the types of questions considered on this installment of Tikanga 101.
I te tau 1983 tū ai te Whetiwara Poronihia i Tomoana Showgrounds i Heretaunga kei raro i te manaakitanga o Ngāti Kahungunu. Ka āta matapakihia ētahi waiata haka anō hoki a ētahi kapa i tū ai i tēnei whakataetae. In 1983 the Polynesian Festival was held at Tomoana Showgrounds, Hastings under the care of Ngāti Kahungunu. A selection of items by some of the groups that competed in this competion are discussed .
E panoni ai i te tikanga te kawa rānei me aha te iwi? He aha rānei ngā whakaaro me wānanga?
What does it take to change kawa or tikanga? What are the considerations that should be deliberated upon.
We have a look back at some snippets of our older Iwi episodes to stir the barrel of mātauranga and prompt your curiosity. We look at eps 137, 178 & 192. If you haven't listened to these eps already - then go back and do so, there is gold in them hills!
Mokomōkai: He aha te mokomōkai he aha i panoni ai tēnei ingoa mō te upoko kua kōhuatia ki te ingoa o Toi Moko? What is mokomōkai? Why was this name for a preserved head changed to Toi Moko? Tamahou Temara joins the Taringa crew to explain this whakaaro and to elaborate on his commitment to the repatriation of the remains of our tūpuna from the far reaches of the globe.
Whatahoro Fox joins us to speak about his Iwi from South Waiarapa.
Mahimahi, ekeeke, onioni. Hei tēnei puni o tā tātou punua pāoho ka matapakihia te kaupapa o te mahi ai hei tā te tirohanga Māori. In this episode we look the act of copulating from a Māori perspective. Kia areare mai ō koutou taringa, kia huakina mai te whare o Hinengaro.
Ka hono mai a Dayle Takitimu ki te whakaputa atu i ōna whakaaro mō te ture me te tiriti me etahi atu kōrero hei te tirohanga o tēnei roia. Kia areare mai hoki ō taringa ki te kīwaha e whakahuatia ana te pono me te whenua. Dayle Takitimu joins us to express her thoughts on law and the treaty along with other views. Also keep an ear out for the idiom that conveys truth stemming from the earth. Taringa hī! Taringa hā!!