|12.00am - 06.00am||Moana AM | Tai Pari, Tai Timu|
|06.00am - 07.00am||Manako (Current Affairs)|
|07.00am - 10.00am||Te Wahanga Parakuihi|
|10.00am - 12.00pm||Paakiwaha|
|12.00pm - 13.00pm||Mahuri Totara|
|13.00pm - 15.00pm||Mahuri Totara|
|15.00pm - 18.00pm||Te Titahatanga Drive|
|18.00pm - 19.00pm||Waatea Waiata Māori Mix|
|19:00pm - 19.30pm||Manako (Current Affairs)|
|19.30pm - 22.00pm||Waatea Music Mix|
|22.00pm - 23.59pm||Paakiwaha (Repeat)|
|PREVIOUS DAY: Rātapu | Sunday||NEXT DAY: Rātū | Tuesday|
TWP 30012015 - Venita Hokai|
Marist Womens Softball coach Venita Hokai | Last year the softball fratenity lost a stalwart of the game with the passing of Wayne Roper. As a tribute to Wayne a tournament has been set up in his name starting today at Sturgess Park Auckland. Members from Waynes whanau in Taranaki will also be travelling up for an invitation game.
TWP 30012015 - Willie Te Aho|
Willie Te Aho | Kapa haka fans living abroad will have the opportunity to watch this years Te Matatini from Otautahi live with a PPV service set up by Aotearoa Kapa Haka Ltd
TWP 30012015 - Peeni Henare|
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare | NRL Nines start this weekend and Peeni attended. Iwi being active managers in housing and social policies
TWP 30012015 - Ngarimu Blair|
Ngati Whatua O Orakei member Ngarimu Blair | Ngati Whatua O Orakei are interested in the governments social housing policy
TWP 30012015 - Henare O'Keefe|
Hastings Councillor Henare O'Keefe | Committment to social issues in and around Flaxmere and also interested in the governments housing plans.
TWP 30012015 - Dick Dargaville|
Waitangi Taumata Member Dick Dargaville | A number of hui have been held as the 175th commemorations to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi draws nearer. The taumata want to make sure that all bases are covered with the upcoming events and thousands of manuhiri expected
Manako 30012015 - Pt 2 Te Hira Paenga|
Te Hira Paenga | A shortage of Maori speaking catholic priests means Mass in te reo Maori is slowly dying
Manako 30012015 - Pt 5 Marama Fox|
Maori Party co leader Marama Fox | The governments social housing plan needs more work on it
Key's state house privatisation vs Little's Jobs. Jobs. Jobs|
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: Both leaders of the two largest political parties released their State of the Nation addresses this week.
What can Maori expect from Andrew Little's first speech on January 28th?|
OPINION: Maori should have every expectation that their interests are given genuine focus by the Labour Party.
Derek Fox and bum biting|
OPINION: Veteran Maori Broadcaster, politician and curmudgeon, Derek Fox, faced a public outcry last week when he critiqued the despicable shootings in Paris of cartoonists from the French publication, Charlie Hebdo.