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Manako
7.00pm – 8.00pm, 6.00am – 7.00am (RPT)

Radio Waatea proudly present: Manako - the new live current affairs programme. Tune in to live broadcasts every Sunday to Thursday evening from 7.00pm.

Manako is funded by Te Māngai Pāho and is broadcast to the Māori radio network.
  
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Producer:     Vaughan Jackson
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Mihimihi | Manako 01 o Hongongoi 201630 Jun 2016 22:18
Nga manuhiri: Joe Cooper, Piki Thomas, Peter Lucas Jones, Marama Davidson, Te Ururoa Flavell, Tame te Rangi
1 Joe Cooper | Me tapaina he ingoa ki runga I te rori matua a State Highway 130 Jun 2016 22:18
Some politicians have backed an initiative to name State Highway 1 after Captain James Cook as the current restoration development on transmission gulley completion date coincides with the 250th anniversary of his first voyage to NZ
2 Piki Thomas | Me whakahoungia ture a te tari waka patu ahi?30 Jun 2016 22:09
Piki thinks the current fire service legislation needs to be updated as it is outdated
3 Peter Lucas Jones | E whakarite ana te Tai Tokerau mo Te Matawai30 Jun 2016 21:57
Shortlisting for Te Matawai in Te Taitokerau is currently being made up
4 Marama Davidson | He utu nui ki te hoko whare30 Jun 2016 21:45
Housing affordability is beyond normal people. This govt needs to be voted out
5 Te Ururoa Flavell | Nga mahi hokohoko ki rawahi30 Jun 2016 21:39
Te Ururoa talks about his overseas trade visit
6 Tame te Rangi | Hakinakina30 Jun 2016 21:33
We talk all things sports and Maori coaches
Mihimihi | Manako 30 o Pipiri 2016.30 Jun 2016 16:39
Nga manuhiri: Pita Paraone, Tame Iti, Tina Wickliffe, Kingi Taurua, Simon Te Wheoro, Potaka Maipi
Mihimihi | Manako 29 o Pipiri 201629 Jun 2016 00:12
Nga manuhiri: Whetu Fala, Rangi Maclean, Paora Sharples, Ruakere Hond, Potaka Maipi, Ken Eruera
1 Whetu Fala | He mema poari hou ki Whakaata Maori29 Jun 2016 00:09
Whetu has been appointed as a new board member to Maori Television
2 Rangi Maclean | Te taenga atu a Paula Bennett ki Manurewa Marae29 Jun 2016 00:06
We talk with Rangi Maclean about Minister of Social Development Paula Bennett’s visit to Manurewa Marae yesterday
3 Paora Sharples | Nga karahipi a Fullbright me Nga Pae o te Maramatanga28 Jun 2016 23:54
Full bright and Nga Pae o te Maramatanga have come together to provide awards for Maori students to travel and study in America. Scholarships valued at up to $47,000
4 Ruakere Hond | Kua hokona e te kaunihera o Ngamotu i a Te Kohia Pa28 Jun 2016 23:45
New Plymouth district council have bought Te Kohia Pa and intend to work with Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa to turn it into a reserve/heritage park
5 Potaka Maipi | Nga kaupapa nui ki roto o Tainui Waikato28 Jun 2016 23:36
We catchup with regional reporter Potaka to see what projects, initiatives are happening in Tainui at the moment
6 Ken Eruera | Hakinakina28 Jun 2016 23:30
We preview up and coming games in sports with Ken
Mihimihi | Manako 28 o Pipiri 201627 Jun 2016 22:18
Nga manuhiri: Marama Fox, Paora Maxwell, Henare Kingi, Dr Rhys Jones, Kelvin Davis, Hemana Waaka
1 Marama Fox | Nga kaupapa matua o te wa27 Jun 2016 22:15
Marama speaks on a couple of important issues of today from the nationwide rallies held for Moko Rangitoheriri as his killers are being sentenced today as well as the smoking images on packets
2 Paora Maxwell | Nga tohu Matariki 201627 Jun 2016 22:06
Matariki awards were held last night and we speak to Paora about it
3 Koro Henare Kingi | Te whiu a te kooti mo Moko Rangitoheriri27 Jun 2016 22:00
We get koro Henare’s views on the sentencing of David Haerewa and Tania Shailer the two responsible for the death of baby Moko Rangitoheriri
4 Dr Rhys Jones | Nga tatauranga hauora o nga tane Maori27 Jun 2016 21:54
We talk about a recent social report released that declares Maori men will average to 54yrs of age before developing a disability
5 Kelvin Davis | Nga take nui o naianei27 Jun 2016 21:45
Kelvin talks on the Brexit issue and todays child abuse stand up for Moko rallies
6 Hemana Waaka | Hakinakina27 Jun 2016 21:36
The latest in sport with Hemana Waaka
Mihimihi | Manako 27 o Pipiri 201626 Jun 2016 22:15
Nga manuhiri: Koro Henare Kingi, Haami Piripi, Brook Grant, Lily Fraser, Hek Busby, Tame te Rangi
1 Henare Kingi | Take ao ki waenganui I a Europi me Piritana26 Jun 2016 22:15
We talk about the big issues with Brexit and what this might mean for Maori. Koro Henare shares his thoughts
2 Haami Piripi | Te Komihana Tamariki26 Jun 2016 22:09
A protest/rally is to take place tomorrow outside the high court in Auckland, an action to raise awareness against violence towards children. Haami comments on this
3 Brook Grant | Kaitaatari putea Maori e korero ana mo Brexit26 Jun 2016 21:57
We get an insight into the Brexit situation with financial expert Brook Grant and what effects this may have on Maori
4 Dr Lily Fraser | Te Kiriata hou, ko Maui26 Jun 2016 21:48
We talk with Dr Lily about the new movie Maui and how some are upset with an obese and slow appearance that is being depicted
5 Hekenukumai Busby | Matariki26 Jun 2016 21:42
We talk all things Matariki with Hek Busby
6 Tame te Rangi | Hakinakina26 Jun 2016 21:36
We review all the weekends sports results from Rugby to NRL Rugby League
Mihimihi | Manako 24 o Pipiri 201623 Jun 2016 23:27
Nga manuhiri: Roihana Nuri, Nanaia Mahuta, Shane Jones, Ngatapa Black, Ken Eruera, Julian Reweti
1 Roihana Nuri | Nga kaupapa torangapu23 Jun 2016 23:24
We take a look into what’s been happening in the beehive this week with Roihana from NZ soldiers staying longer in Iraq, John Key says no to ransoms and Te Ururoa’s trip overseas
2 Shane Jones | Whaikorero23 Jun 2016 23:18
We talk about the state of the whaikorero and other mahi that Shane is involved in
3 Nanaia Mahuta | Nga take nui o te wa23 Jun 2016 23:09
Nanaia talks on the big issues of today from Hone and the mana party to poverty being the new norm in NZ
4 Ngatapa Black | He huinga Whetu23 Jun 2016 23:03
Ngatapa produces this group of rangatahi who will perform at numerous marae in Auckland to celebrate Matariki
5 Julian Reweti | Nga kaupapa Matariki i Te Taitokerau23 Jun 2016 22:57
We talk with North Tech Liaison officer about a range of Matariki events happening in Whangarei
6 Ken Eruera | Hakinakina23 Jun 2016 22:48
An analysis of last nights second State of Origin game as Queensland top the NSW’s 26 - 16
Mihimihi | Manako 23 o Pipiri 201622 Jun 2016 16:42
Nga manuhiri: Toby Curtis, Stephanie Pohe-Tibble, Meng Foon, Tumanako Waewae, Maahia Nathan
1 Toby Curtis | He mihi aroha mo Rob Cooper22 Jun 2016 16:42
Toby Curtis pays tribute to the passing of Rob Cooper. A powhiri was held for him today at the university of Auckland
2 Stephanie Pohe - Tibble | Korero hitori mo nga kohine Maori o Hato Hohepa22 Jun 2016 16:39
Stephanie is working on putting together a bi-lingual oral history of Hato Hohepa Maori Girls' College. She tells us more about this mahi
3 Meng Foon | Wananga reo Hainamana mo te iwi Maori ki Turanga22 Jun 2016 16:36
Meng Foon talks to us about a reo hainamana wananga being held for Maori in Gisborne to strengthen relationships between the two people
4 Tumanako Waewae | Te Rahui i Waikaremoana22 Jun 2016 16:33
We talk to Tumanako about the banning that has been put on Lake Waikaremoana
6 Maahia Nathan | Kia mataara ki nga mahi tukino i te kura PT 222 Jun 2016 16:30
Maahia is putting it out there that we need to act when we see bad behaviour/activity happening in our schools and call the police
5 Maahia Nathan | Kia mataara ki nga mahi tukino i te kura PT 122 Jun 2016 16:30
NZ schools must call the police if bad behaviour/activity is seen within our schools
4 Te Arepa Kahi | Pakipumeka hou a Poi e21 Jun 2016 21:33
Written and directed by Te Arepa Kahi he brings Poi e back to life as the premiere screening hits theatres next week
Mihimihi | Manako 22 o Pipiri 201621 Jun 2016 21:06
Nga manuhiri: Pita Paraone, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Marama Davidson, Te Arepa Kahi, Bentham Ohia, Kotuku Tibble
1 Pita Paraone | He maimai aroha mo Rob Cooper21 Jun 2016 21:06
Pita reflects on memories of Rob Cooper and pays tribute to him
2 Ngahuia Te Awekotuku | Nga arai horoi Maori21 Jun 2016 20:57
An overseas company using our Maori designs/images on their shower curtain products. We talk to Dr Ngahuia about why this isn’t right
3 Marama Davidson | Te hunga manene rawakore21 Jun 2016 20:51
Marama explains why the greens want to lift the refugee quota and touches on the World Refugee Day on June 21st
5 Bentham Ohia | Mangai o Mataatua mo Te Matawai21 Jun 2016 20:36
We talk to Bentham about being selected as Te Matawai representative for Mataatua
6 Kotuku Tibble | Ko Lebron James te tangata!21 Jun 2016 20:27
Kotuku recaps the NBA championship won by Lebron and the Cleveland Cavaliers

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