Māori/Samoan Aladdin Graeme Isaako Purcell who play’s Aladdin the Musical, came into the TAHUFM studio and give us a sneak peak of the waiata ‘A Whole New World’ from the musical! From the producer of Mary Poppins comes Disney’s spectacular musical, Aladdin. Featuring all your favourite songs from the classic Academy Award-winning film, including ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘A […]
Hine has a korero with Sianne Dougherty about her performance in Otautahi for Matariki and her new single Azalea.
Hine interviews James Shaw the minister of climate change about the new Zero Carbon Bill. Government is currently asking all New Zealanders to have their say on this proposed new climate change law, that if passed, will set New Zealand on a path of transformative change to achieve a net zero emissions, climate […]
Hine speaks with Richard Ford the coordernator of the research about the impact the 2016 Kaikōura earthquakes have had on marine life and mahika kai. Event Details Kaikōura Marine Guardians are hosting an event for people who would like to know what researchers have found through their studies of the Moana and the marine life since […]
Jase interviews Simon Bridges the leader of the Nation Party.
Listen to jase catch up with Lisa Tumahai the kaiwhakahaere of Te Runanga o Ngaitahu. They chat about Lisa’s favourite Netflix shows and the latest achievements of TRONT.
Listen to this interview discussing Wave 8 funding with Helen Leahy, Pouarahi of Te Pūtahitanga. This is a fund that serves to support whānau centred aspirations and is available to anyone who is a part of a whānau. Applications are open until close on 30 June 2018; apply now at http://www.teputahitanga.org/complete-your-application.
Podcast: Jase speaks to Aaron and Christina from Te Ha – Waitaha for World Smoke Free day.
Listen to this Interview on TahuFM with Quinton Hall the CEO of Ngaitahu Tourism and James Tawa. They are talking with us about the Te Pia Tāpoi scholarship that Ngāi Tahu tourism has offered, and also what the future holds for Ngāi Tahu Tourism. The two recipients of this scholarship are Ashleigh Howell and Tia Taiaroa who also join us in this interview.