Whether it’s art, dance, theatre, comedy, song … or issues which affect a particular ethnic group … these documentaries reveal what makes people tick.
A quirky, wildlife-documentary style look at student life in Dunedin, New Zealand’s old and characterful university city.
Rotorua’s ‘Tina Tuna’ – teacher, songwriter, entertainer, fundraiser, Maori warden and mother to anyone who needs her….
A half hour documentary that explores the shadowy world where words become pictures.
A documentary discovering the traditional foods which nourished Maori for centuries…….
What became of the children who went through the radical ‘total immersion’ schools, where all lessons are in the Maori language?
My Kainga, My Castle – when he went to school, entertainer Sir Howard Morrison loved the stories of English castles and knights.
Who wrote this famous song – NZ’s unofficial national anthem?
‘Christmas fairy’ Stacey Daniels presents a magical mystery tour through Auckland’s much-loved Farmers’ Santa Parade as it celebrates its 55th anniversary.
A half hour doco following a group of South Auckland actors who go to London to stage their show, The Sons of Charlie Paora, at the Royal Court Theatre.
Some of our best comedians are Maori. Ever wondered why?
A 20 minute documentary that offers a rare glimpse into traditional Cook Island quilt making.
Aotearoa’s biggest killer… Diabetes
Maori families with new babies and big dreams. Produced with Tumanako Productions. Best Maori Programme, 2002 TV Awards.
Who Was Here Before Us” – explores the controversy over who came to New Zealand first – and when.