Whenua. 16/03/97 ( Part 2 of 2 )

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WHENUA ! 16/03/97 ( Part 2 of 2 )

Presented by Hēnare te Ua and Libby Hakaraia from the Radio New Zealand Studios - Auckland, on National Radio.

Greetings / prog promo and run-down.

Music : Crowded House - 'Private Universe'

Phone Interveiw : ARAMA KUKUTAI.
The two Māori business advisors travelling with the Canadian Native Investment and Trade Association, are Arama Kukutai of Tradenz and Te Taru White of Te Puni Kokiri.
The mission is travelling at the moment between Motueka and Nelson but we have Arama on the phone now to tell us how the mission is progressing.

Music : Morris Bates - 'Promised Land' (from the GITSKAN WET 'SUWET'EN
Territory of Canada.)

Kupu Korikori : A weekly personal opinion and comment by the Rt Rev, Bishop Muru Walters who talks this week about the use of the word "Indigenous" especially in relation to "Indigenous Peoples".

Kokako: HAROLD ANDERSON - NGARANGI POUTU.
A young man from the East Coast, an Afro American from the Southern United States and a few of this country's finest percussionists and you end up with - 'The Pacific Arts Jazz Ensemble"
The Auckland based group is starting to make a name for itself around town with it's unique sound which combines jazz with traditional Māori instruments and such things as Japanese flute.
I asked Harold Anderson from the USA and Ngarangi Poutu, what Pacific Arts Jazz Ensemble was all about.

Music : Prince Tui Teka - 'Me He Manu Rere'
& 'Tena Ra Koutou'

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Year 1997

Reference number 52392

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Credits Hakaraia, Libby, 1968-
te Ua, Henare, 1933-2007
Kukutai, Arama
Walters, Muru
Anderson, Harold
Poutu, Ngarangi

Duration 00:54:00

Date 16 Mar 1997