Whenua. 14/07/96 ( Part 1 of 2 )

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Tono kōrero mai

Whenua ! 14 July 1996 ( Part 1 of 2 )
Presented by Hēnare te Ua and Libby Hakaraia from the Radio New Zealand Studios, Auckland, on National Radio. [some music removed from online audio due to copyright]

Greetings / Promo wrap

Music: 'E ngā iwi, e ngā reo karanga' by Taniwharau o Waikato, under the direct patronage of Te Arikinui, Dame Te Ataiirangikaahu.
Recorded during the opening ceremonies of the Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, October 1987.

Interview with Matewai McCudden:
The inaugural Child and Family Policy conference was held at the University of Otago's Children's Issues Centre during the week.
Matewai McCudden whose tribal affiliations are in the Tairawhiti, Tuwharetoa and Te Arawa regions presented a major paper to the conference.
She's Director of Māori Policy, Tumuaki, Royal New Zealand Plunket Society and she joins us now from Dunedin on the phone.

Music: Rima Te Wiata - 'Sweet and Low Down'

Interview with Rau Kirikiri:
Manaaki Whenua, Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd. is a Crown Research Institute located near the Lincoln University campus.
Manaaki Whenua is a major specialist component of the former DSIR. Currently, there are many research projects being carried out which are specifically Māori-related and in which Māori were involved in the planning and carrying-out of all of them.
Rauru or Rau Kirikiri of Te Whanau-a-Apanui tribal affiliations, is Treaty Responsibilities Manager for Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research and he joins us this afternoon.

Music: The Māori Hi-Fives - 'That Old Black Magic'

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Year 1996

Reference number 52312

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Hakaraia, Libby, 1968-, Presenter
te Ua, Henare, 1933-2007, Presenter
McCudden, Matewai, 1936-2008, Interviewee
Kirikiri, Rau, Interviewee

Duration 00:53:10

Date 14 Jul 1996

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