Back for 2021, our hosts answer a few questions around learning te reo Māori.
Looking back at some of our favourite moments from the year, we reflect on our kaupapa and discuss the lessons we've learned this year. The Taringa team will be taking a break for the summer, but fear not - we will have some waiata compilations for you to enjoy over the break, and we will be back with our regular episodes in late January. Hei konā koutou!
We welcome back the lovely Erica and her new baby, as our hosts discuss te reo ki te pēpi: language used with babies.
The Taringa team travel to Motatau to visit a Rangatira Rongoa - Tohe Ashby. We discuss the use of natural resources to heal our bodies, minds and spirits - including those of the great Northern Kauri trees.
Watch the full video ep here: https://fb.watch/2Ad9Ymlrzh/
In this "Patapātai" episode, our hosts answer questions around Matariki hautapu, learning te reo, and appropriate use of tauparapara.
We feature the famous waiata aroha - Ka Eke ki Wairaka, a song composed by Rihi Puhiwahine for her lover, Te Mahuta Te Toko. Paraone and Snow discuss the history behind the composition, and explain the significance of the meaning behind it, and also shed light on the waiata that was composed in response.
For more information on this kaupapa, check out http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/journals/teaohou/issue/Mao50TeA/c16.html
Taringa - Ep 169 - Special Feature - Live From Kaitaia - Enhancing lives with te reo me tikanga Māori
Streamed and recorded live from Te Tai Tokerau at the Kaitāia campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, hosts Paraone Gloyne and Te Puaheiri Snowden are joined by Eli Smith and his son Tuhoronuku. Together with a live audience, they discuss Reo and Tikanga in the home and how it enhances our lives.