Airing time: Tuesdays 10:30am; new live show fortnightly
In Samoan, "Ta Talanoa" means "Let's Talk".
This show is about having good conversations, with ourselves as well as others. Through great conversations we can share valuable information, that can uplift, inspire and empower individuals as well as our communities.
"Fa'ataua le Talatalanoa - Value Conversations"
Sieni focuses her discussions on the 5 themes of her book, AUALA, which tells her 'transformational story from Samoa to New Zealand':
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Ta Talanoa means let's talk in Samoan. It's a show where we have good conversations; where we get to connect with our community and people around us. We can learn so much more from each other through conversations.
Duration: 00:31:44 | Date: 16 August, 2022
Our language is our identity. It's crucial we sustain, maintain, and preserve our language for the benefit of the future generation.
Duration: 00:27:02 | Date: 7 June, 2022
We need to incorporate a culture of progress in our everyday lives. Change can be hard but we must push through if we want to grow. E mana'omia le taumafai e aumai I totonu, le aganu'u o le alualu aga'i I luma I o tatou olaga.
Duration: 00:30:23 | Date: 24 May, 2022
Sieni talks with Louisa Malili. Louisa shared her inspirational journey from Samoa to firstly land in Wellington, then moved with her family to New Plymouth for employment in 1982 and has lived here since. She is an inspiration.
Duration: 00:27:20 | Date: 10 May, 2022
Ta Talanoa means let's talk in Samoan. Today Sieni talks with Bronwyn deGraaf, from deGraaf Conveyancing. "Always good to have conversation and hear stories because not only we learn about new things, but one exchange of stories can be beneficial in many ways."
Duration: 00:29:23 | Date: 26 April, 2022