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Lewin Husband

6.00pm – 8.00pm
Saturday
 
Homegrown is a bilingual show playing nothing but kiwi music. A newcomer in Waatea's stable of Māori focussed shows, Homegrown has already proven popular with its listeners.
 
As a young urban Māori , host Lewin Husband's own musical interests come to the fore with a playlist which runs the spectrum from Aotearoa reggae, to kiwi pop anthems, to classic Māori  waiata. Injecting his fresh humour, along with regular interviews form Māori  sports commentators and players, Lewin uses the show to deliver panui on kaupapa Māori  across te ao Māori .
 
About Lewin Husband
Lewin Husband (Ngati Maru) holds a bachelor of Māori  Development from AUT majoring in Māori  Media, has a diploma in sport and recreation and is completing his bachelor of education through Te Wananga Takiura O Nga Kura Kaupapa Māori  O Aotearoa.
 
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