Maori TV ANZAC Day Schedule – Monday 25th April

Press Release – Maori Television Service

5.50 am Te Taua Moana Marae A contingent of Army, Airforce and Navy stand together as we present the dawn karakia and raising of the New Zealand flag at Te Taua Moana Marae, Devonport. 6.00 am Auckland War Memorial Dawn Service Live coverage of the …


Maori TV ANZAC Day Schedule – Monday 25th April 2011

5.50 am Te Taua Moana Marae
A contingent of Army, Airforce and Navy stand together as we present the dawn karakia and raising of the New Zealand flag at Te Taua Moana Marae, Devonport.

6.00 am Auckland War Memorial Dawn Service
Live coverage of the Auckland Memorial Dawn Service.
(LIVE)

6.35 am ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

7.00 am Nga Toa o te Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa
The Warriors of the Pacific – Solomon Islands
This documentary examines the crucial role of the Solomon Islands in defending the Pacific from Japanese invaders.

7.30 am ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

8.00 am Grandad’s Medals
A delightful story centred on a nine-year-old boy’s fond memories of his grandfather and the tales of the medals he won during the War.

8.10 am ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

8.30 am Toku ANZAC – Ruka Broughton
Julian Wilcox chats with Ruka Broughton as he shares his experiences and memories of the War and the impact it’s had on his life and family.

9.00 am ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

9.15 am Studio Discussion with Dr Monty Soutar
Dr Monty Soutar shares the experiences and challenges heading up the team charged with the task of developing and updating the 28th Maori Battalion Website.


9.30 am Sky Soldiers

Nikolaos, a young man from Crete, remembers the day “sky soldiers” – thousands of German paratroopers – came to his village of Galatos.

9.45 am ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

10.00 am Toku ANZAC – Kohine McDougall
Kohine McDougall shares her experiences and memories of the War and the impact it’s had on her life and family.

10.30 am Nga Toa o te Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa
The Warriors of the Pacific – Papua New Guinea
We travel to the Papua New Guinea township of Rabaul, to hear the stories from those who witnessed the Japanese invasion and have lived with the memories ever since.

11.00 am Studio Discussion
A forum for people young and old to share their knowledge and passion for anything ANZAC.

12.00 pm Above Us the Waves
The Navy comes up with a plan to use midget submarines to plant underwater explosives and attack the greatest threat to the British navy, the German battleship Tirpitz. Sir John Mills and Donald Sindon.

1.40 pm NZ Post ANZAC 2011 stamp release
An invitation to all stamp collectors to join the NZ Post team in Māori Television’s foyer to buy and discuss this years commemorative issue of ANZAC stamps.

2.00 pm Toku ANZAC – Kingi Ihaka
Kingi Ihaka shares his experiences and memories of the War and the impact it’s had on his life and family.

2.30 pm Ataturk Memorial, Wellington
New Zealanders and Turks come together to lay wreaths to commemorate those who died at Gallipoli. (LIVE)

3.30 pm ANZAC Cove Commemorations
Highlights of the 2011 Gallipoli memorial service held by the Turks, Australians and New Zealanders at ANZAC Cove.


4.00 pm Nga Manu Roreka

A diverse range of people young and old gather around a piano and sing the songs of the war years. Elizabeth Marvelly and Chris Powley join a vibrant group of New Zealanders.
(back by popular demand – REPEAT)

4.30pm Toku ANZAC- Sir Peter Leitch
The Mad Butcher Sir Peter Leitch shares his scrapbook of war with Judy Bailey.

5.00 pm ANZAC Vignettes
Tales of passion, bravery, humour and sacrifice. A glimpse into the lives of ordinary and extraordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice on foreign battlefields around the world.

6.30 pm Studio Discussion
A forum for people young and old to share their knowledge and passion for anything ANZAC.

7.00 pm Toku ANZAC: An interview with Ray Avery
Judy Bailey interviews 2010 New Zealander of the Year, Ray Avery, who developed inexpensive lenses for cataract sufferers in war-torn countries.

7.30 pm News: Te Kaea
Local, regional and national Māori and international news from the Māori Television reporting team. (Maori language)
(LIVE)

8.00 pm ANZAC Address
Sir Wira Gardiner delivers the 2011 ANZAC Address to the nation.

8.30pm Victor 3: Baptism by Fire
The story of nine kiwi soldiers who found themselves ambushed in Vietnam, 1968. All but one survived. We capture their first reunion more than 40 years on to share their memories of an historic moment.

9.00 pm Nga Wai Katakata
Join Chris Powley and friends as they gather together for an evening of classic Maori show-band nostalgia and entertainment.

10.00pm Dancing in the Sky
Directed by Julian Arahanga and starring Tammy Davis, DANCING IN THE SKY traces the extraordinary life of World War I flying ace William Rhodes-Moorhouse, the first airman to be awarded the Victoria Cross.

11.00 pm News: Te Kaea
Local, regional and national Maori and international news from the Maori Television reporting team (Maori language with English language subtitles)
(REPEAT OF 7.30 PM BULLETIN)

ENDS

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1 comment:

  1. Helen Vail, 10. April 2011, 1:17

    http://www.100nzmemorials.blogspot.com

    Check it out. Great for anyone interested in NZ WW1

     

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