The Sharing Circle

Tuesday 22 January 2013, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

This episode follows two groups of athletes competing in both the Inuit and Dene games, showing their cultural significance while revealing the skill and agility required to compete in these amazing events. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 08 January 2013, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Ruan is a member of an active core of students who are part of an intensive Aboriginal governance programme at the University of Winnipeg. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 01 January 2013, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series. We profile Aboriginal chefs in three distinct environments ranging from haute cuisine to life-saving meals on the mean streets of Winnipeg. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 18 December 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series. Tonight: With the help of a local Elder, a permanent home is set up for ‘Blizzard’, an all-white buffalo calf at Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park Zoo.

Tuesday 11 December 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series. Tonight: The Meyoyawin Circle Child Visit program at the Pine Grove women’s institution in Saskatchewan has made mother/child visitation a priority.

Tuesday 04 December 2012, 10:30 pm on Maori Television

An in-depth look at the Wounded Knee standoff on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota between the American Indian Movement, the United States Army, the FBI and the State Militia. (REPEAT)

Tuesday 20 November 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series. Tonight: We profile three Canadian contestants representing their First Nation communities in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Tuesday 20 November 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series. Tonight: We profile three Canadian contestants representing their First Nation communities in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Tuesday 13 November 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Canada’s longest-running Aboriginal documentary series explores current issues in a traditional, spiritual way. Tonight: Indigenous healers and elders are working to heal the world and its people.

Tuesday 6 November 2012, 10.30 pm on Maori Television

Life was not easy in the farming and fishing communities of western Newfoundland. It was even harder if you were Mi’kmaq. Director and cameraman Dave Gaudet returns there to discover his Miq Mac heritage.