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Saturday 19 January 2013, 2.30 pm on Maori Television

Characters from rugby clubs across the nation play for club pride as they test their rugby knowledge and creativity. Hosted by Willie Lose, with team captains Buck Shelford and Glen Osborne.

Saturday 19 January 2013, 2.00 pm on Maori Television

A portable talk show set in the quads of tertiary institutes around the country. Tonight: Should Aotearoa raise the legal drinking age? A heated debate between Emma Mellow and Te Rata Hikairo.

Friday 18 January 2013, 9.30 pm on Maori Television

Follows a group of novice students from Auckland’s North Shore who have just four weeks to prepare for the kapa haka performance of their lives, in front of an audience of thousands! (SERIES PREMIERE REPEAT)

Friday 18 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

The Marae DIY crew are back again, tools and can do attitude in hand. Join the journey as we visit and help out at different marae around te motu. Tonight: Ngai Tumapuhia-a-Rangi-Maori Marae

Friday 18 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Pio Terei and Stacey Morrison have the audience in Wellsford doubled over with laughter in tonight’s episode of Its in the Bag. (REPEAT)

Thursday 17 January 2013, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Tonight, host Howard Morrison Jnr heads out with a few of the locals in Hicks Bay, for a deer and pig hunt

Thursday 17 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Maori Television is pleased to bring you action from the 2012 National Basketball Association (NBA) season. Tonight: LA Clippers v Houston.

Thursday 17 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Take a ringside seat as the next generation of male and female boxers battle it out in a series of matches from around the country.

Wednesday 16 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Tuaka Matiu was a champion shearer. In this episode of Kowhao Rau, he talks about how to shear a sheep, and the maramataka Maori. (REPEAT)

Wednesday 16 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

The healer and prophet TW Ratana started this church as a way to bring Maori together. It became a movement with a political wing but does it still hold the sway it once did? (REPEAT)