Whenua. 1997-07-06. [Part 2 of 2].

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Taonga Māori Collection
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Hakaraia, Libby, 1968-, Host
te Ua, Henare, 1933-2007, Host
Maru, Rapata, Interviewee
Rehu-Murchie, Erihapeti, 1923-1997, Interviewee, Maori Women's Welfare League
Walters, Muru, Interviewee
Haami, Bradford, 1968-, Interviewee
Smith, Briar Grace, Interviewee
Matheson, Tahu, Interviewee

Interview : Bob Maru. An initiative of the Māori Studies Dept. of Massey University was launched to gather archival material about "C" Company of the 28 Māori Battalion. Bob Maru, former 'C' Company member, is the Chairperson of a Trust set-up to archive deposits.

A prayer song 'Aroha no mai' composed by the late Tuiini Ngawai.

Recorded Interview : Irihapeti Murchie. Past president of the Māori Women’s Welfare League speaks to Hēnare in March 1982 about Māori Women’s health and Māori Medicine.

Kupu Korikori : A personal opinion and comment by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Muru Walters who talks this week about politics and Māori politicians.

Song by Emma Paki [music removed from online catalogue due to copyright restrictions].

Interview : Bradford Haami. Brad talks about his life and his new book 'Traditional Māori love stories'.

Kokako: International Māori Briar Grace Smith. In the past few years, Briar has had her plays performed in Canada and Australia and this September, her one-woman play, 'Ngā pou wahine', will be performed at the Sydney Opera House as part of the 'Festival of Dreaming'. Briar joins us now.

Music : Tahu Matheson is the eldest son of conductor John Matheson of Ngāi Tahu. Tahu was born in London and began studying piano in Germany. He's currently studying at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. His New Zealand debut was at last year's International Festival of Arts where he gave the world premier performance of Edwin Carr's Ten Concert Studies written for Tahu.

Here's one study off his new CD – ‘Adagio in G sharp minor’ [music removed from online catalogue due to copyright restrictions].