Te ahi kaa. 2009-08-09.

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Te Ahi Kaa: Exploring issues and events from a Māori perspective. This programme is broadcast each week on Sundays 6pm - 7pm on Radio New Zealand National, presented by Maraea Rakuraku and Justine Murray.

The recording begins with the 6pm news bulletin.

Items in Te Ahi Kaa are:
09'55" The contribution made to the weaving world by mother and daughter Rangimarie Hetet (1892-1995) and Diggeress Te Kanawa (who died a week ago) is remembered in an archival recording 'The Korowai Makers' by Spectrum's Alwyn Owen in 1977.
34'45" Maraea talks to Lawrence Wharerau about the Tangata Whenua television series which screened in the 1970s, and he reflects on the legacy of its director Barry Barclay.
46'35" Moata Tamaira works as a Māori reference librarian in Christchurch and is also a blogger. Justine finds out more.
58'35" Former Radio New Zealand broadcaster Mahi Potiki voices the whakatauki, sourced from a recording in 1977.

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Year 2009

Reference number 40023

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits Rakuraku, Maraea
Murray, Justine
Hetet, Rangimarie, 1892-1995
Te Kanawa, Diggeress
Wharerau, Lawrence
Tamaira, Moata
Potiki, Mahi
Radio New Zealand (estab. 1989)

Duration 01:00:00

Date 09 Aug 2009