AIA Marae DIY

maori-tv-logo-300pxMaori Television’s original DIY show AIA Marae DIY returns for a tenth season next month.

The new season also welcomes singer and songwriter Ria Hall as a co-presenter alongside Te Ori Paki, landscaper David Clayton-Greene and builder Harry Anneff.

Ria Hall says it was a privilege to come on board as a presenter. “It was a really great challenge and such an awesome experience. It was great to be working with Te Ori and I learnt so much on every shoot.” Continue reading »

Friday 23 November 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

This week the team heads to Waiheke Island to upgrade the marae kitchen and draw on local initiative to get things done in just three days. (REPEAT)

Friday 23 November 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

This week the team heads to Waiheke Island to upgrade the marae kitchen and draw on local initiative to get things done in just three days. (REPEAT)

Friday, 26 October 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

AIA Marae DIY returns for another season, bringing its special kaupapa to all corners of the motu. Tonight: Motiti Marae, Maniapoto. (REPEAT)

Wednesday 11 July 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Tonight we’re building some big shelters at Omahu Marae in Hastings. The teams discover hidden treasures in the valley and a precious taonga makes its way home.

Wednesday 04 July 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

This week the team heads to Waiheke Island to upgrade the marae kitchen and draw on local initiative to get things done in just three days.

Wednesday 27 June 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

This week we’re off to the Manuwatu – the wiley west coast and the people of Paranui marae, who rebuild the very foundations of their marae – the people.

Wednesday 20 June 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Tonight we head South, Te Wai Pounamu. Watch this marae fulfil the legacy of one of their treasured kuia – Dame Kath Hemi.

Wednesday 13 June 2012, 8.30 pm on Maori Television

Tonight the team set about an ambitious project. We uncover the secrets of one of Taupo’s significant landmarks, learn the origins of a courageous love story, and roll out some classic Maori ingenuity.