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Te Hau Maiangi - Voices of Experience

The Bishop’s Action Foundation (BAF) and Access Radio Taranaki (ART) have collaborated to form a space of thought leadership and innovation for Taranaki.

Airing time: Saturdays at midday

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The best way to adapt and lead is for those with something to say to tell their stories, their way.  

The Bishop’s Action Foundation (BAF) and Access Radio Taranaki (ART) have collaborated to form a space of thought-leadership and innovation for Taranaki. This partnership brings together an online portal where community groups can access local, national and international innovators talking about their field of expertise and their stories of experience, land and culture.

Together we make accessible a wide spectrum of voices to ignite community inspiration, empowerment and action.

Click here to explore Te Hau Maiangi: Past Episodes 2020

Click here to explore Te Hau Maiangi: Past Episodes 2019

 

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Podcasts

Visit the Te Hau Maiangi website to download an episode or click the kiwifruit to go to the Te Hau Maiangi page on the accessmedia.nz site:   download this show here

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Puna Wano Bryant

Puna Wano-Bryant is determined that birdsong will return to the mountain and Māori stories and voices will be heard.

Her mother was very "staunch" that she understood her Taranaki stories, songs and ancestry, she says. "She said, 'you're a Taranaki person living in another area. Never forget that'." And Puna agrees that having that connection is "hugely" important. (Stuff)

Duration: 00:58:16 | Date: 5 September, 2020

Mean Mako Mean_Te Tiriti O Waitangi_Pt2

Mean Mako Mean Covid 19 Kõrero is a side project for Mako sisters Iri and Te Aorangi, who saw saw an opportunity during level 3 lockdown and beyond. Drawing on their whănau and friends, they bring speakers to the Facebook airwaves to talk about relevant issues happening locally, nationally and internationally. ART was permitted to broadcast the audio from one of their latest discussions when they were privileged to host Veronica Tawhai, Te Rina Warren and JJ Carberry and talk all things Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Founding members of Te Atākura and lecturers at Massey University, the trio were able to dissect articles, clear up confusion and dispel illusions in a positive and sobering fashion. The discussion has been split into two halves -this is part two.

Duration: 00:58:44 | Date: 15 August, 2020

Mean Mako Mean_Te Tiriti o Waitangi Pt.1

Mean Mako Mean Covid 19 Kõrero is a side project for Mako sisters Iri and Te Aorangi, who saw saw an opportunity during level 3 lockdown and beyond. Drawing on their whănau and friends, they bring speakers to the Facebook airwaves to talk about relevant issues happening locally, nationally and internationally. ART was permitted to broadcast the audio from one of their latest discussions when they were privileged to host Veronica Tawhai, Te Rina Warren and JJ Carberry and talk all things Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Founding members of Te Atākura and lecturers at Massey University, the trio were able to dissect articles, clear up confusion and dispel illusions in a positive and sobering fashion. The discussion has been split into two halves - this is Part One.

Duration: 01:00:48 | Date: 8 August, 2020