Taringa Podcast

A weekly Education podcast
Good podcast? Give it some love!

Episodes of Taringa Podcast

He tapu te parapara? He aha i tapu ai? Me pēhea e porowhiu atu? Is waste/trash sacred? If so, why? How is it to be disposed of? In the first week of Mahuru Māori, the Taringa trio ponders these questions in consideration of such practices as t
What is a hapa? What is a whati? What are they in the context of te reo Māori and tikanga Māori? What are the underpinning principles that make them Māori concepts? Why can I say "KAITOA!" when I'm relieved or satisfied with something?
As we face new and uncharted waters, so too does te reo Māori. What kupu do we use for certain terms like hand sanitiser? Pandemic? Social distancing? Ka āta wānangahia te tokotoru o Taringa atu i tō rātou ake 'kāhui rāhui' mō tēnei kaupapa.
This week's episode explores the use of the prefix "whaka".
In this "Patapātai" episode, our hosts answer questions about education systems, pepeha structure, Christianity, and Tangihanga.
Paraone, Snow and Erica discuss Tikanga mō te kai in various contexts.
Karanga te hau muri, karanga te hau runga, karanga te hau uru, karanga te hau whiti karanga ngā taonga o tua whakarere. The Ngā Taonga series continues as the Taringa trio look at some excerpts of karanga. We also contest the thought of how and
Hari huri tau ki a Taringa! Special guests Che Wilson and Rangi Matamua join us in the film studio for our 4th birthday. We answer some audience pātai, and speak in depth about the Tikanga of Matariki and Puanga.
Ko hea tēnei wāhi? In this Kupu,Kupu,Kupu episode we discuss place names and the language associated with them.
The ultimate koha: Should I give blood? Is it tapu? This week we host special guests Pio Terei and Nicola Adams (better known as Nix) to discuss donating blood from a mātauranga Māori perspective. Tau ana ngā manuhiri, tau ana ngā kōrero, tau a
Mānawatia a Matariki. This week's Once Upon a Taima retells the story about the battle between Tūmatauenga and Tāwhirimātea which eventuates into the creation of Matariki.
We speak with Te Korou from Te Wharekura o Hoani Waititi who let's us in on the way our rangatahi are coming up with their own kīwaha. We also look at the development of te reo Māori as it progresses into the 21st century. Ka hūiki tō tātou tīm
In this "Patapātai" episode, our hosts answer questions around the use of Karanga in modern contexts, Whakatau, and the various dialects that have developed across Aotearoa.
What's in a name? The Taringa trio look at the thoughts and considerations that are or should be taken when naming such things as whare (marae and contemporary buildings), taonga (heirlooms, objects) and kaupapa (initiatives, companies). Keep a
Me kore ake te kākā wahanui i ngā kaikōrero o tēnei putanga. We harrow through the collections of Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision to showcase the skills of the kākā wahanui (the prominent orator). Whakarongo mai!
Ruia, ruia, tahia tahia! Tia Waitai-Henare a young prodigy of Ngāti Kurī ilk gives us a glimpse into the history of the northern most iwi of Aotearoa.
Our third scary story is inspired by real events from Paraone's childhood. Parental guidance recommended.
Paraone and Snowy discuss the use of mihi in various contexts, looking at questions like: "What are the mainstays?" and, "What gets over-used" etc.
Paraone and Erica discuss names of people - babies and adults being named, the meanings behind them and how they are used and received.
Ben Ngaia joins us in the studio to chat with Paraone and Erica about the his Iwi, Te Āti Awa, an iwi with traditional bases in the Taranaki and Wellington regions of New Zealand.
For Anzac this year, we read some old letters from our Māori soldiers, and reflect on the hardship and sacrifices they endured. We also spotlight some of the specifics of the language and grammar used at the time. To see more examples of lette
In this "Patapātai" episode, our hosts answer questions around the differences between Whakatau and Pōwhiri, the reason for singing after speeches, and various wairua departure places, other than Te Reinga.
Te Puaheiri and Erica discuss the meaning, use and origin of Te Reo o te kohukohu, or "cuss words", with a few examples thrown in along the way.
Dr Naomi Simmonds talks about how she got to her topic for her thesis.Tū te turuturu nō Hine-te-iwaiwa: Mana wahine geographies of birth in Aotearoa New Zealand. Challenges, whakaaro and kōrero surrounding Māori birth practices, knowledge gaps,
Back into the archives we go - listening to some examples of Pōkeka and Kaioraora - chants and songs of derision, hatred, cursing and conflict.
Rate Podcast
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.