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Tuesday 15 January 2013, 9.30 pm on Maori Television

A compelling series based on the fictional Blackstone First Nation, suffering as a result of the corruption of its Chief and Council. From within the community, a new generation of leaders rise up to fight. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 15 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

There are about 115,500 different algae species, and 200 of them are highly toxic. This documentary reveals the global impact of killer algae and how the problem is becoming bigger year after year. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 15 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

A half-hour programme that helps Maori who have lost the knowledge of their tribal affiliations, language and tikanga to reconnect with their people and home ground. (REPEAT)

Monday 14 January 2013, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

A fresh, spontaneous and entertaining approach to mental health issues. Mike King hosts a popular talkback radio show featuring fearless and frank discussion with studio guests.

Monday 14 January 2013, 9.30 pm on Maori Television

The best of Hoiho. A look back at the special places, people and horses of series one of Hoiho. (FINAL REPEAT)

Monday 14 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Tonight we look at the disappearance of Iraena Asher. Eight years on from the tragedy, the Asher whanau have been re-traumatised by the recent coroner’s inquiry into her death.

Monday 14 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Heart Disease sufferer Max Ihaka attempts to cycle the length of New Zealand to raise awareness and funds for research into prevention of heart disease. (REPEAT)

Sunday 13 January 2013, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

A small town English widow facing financial troubles after her husband’s suicide, turns to agriculture of an illegal kind.

Sunday 13 January 2013, 7.00 pm on Maori Television

Join Maori Television’s newest celebrity chef, Joe McLeod as he cooks some of his favourite recipes from around the world, all from the comfort of his own home. Tonight: Aotearoa.

Sunday 13 January 2013, 6.30 pm on Maori Television

The beautiful and sacred island of Motutaiko; the burial site to Tuwharetoa ancestors, is also an ecological treasure being home to rare and endangered species only known to the island.