The Ngati Tamaoho Trust broadcasts an hour of tikanga, history, panui, and current events relevant to the 4,000 Ngati Tamaoho members, whanau and friends. Through interviews and discussions, the hosts explore the projects of the Trust: Cultural Heritage, Te Taiao, Oranga Hou and the progress of Te Tiriti Kereme.
Knowing his koromatua are always with him, Mahu has a huge passion to uphold Maori values and principles. He works in TV and film as an editor and actor. He likes the idea of a radio programme that’s a vehicle for whanau to stay informed, to have fun, share stories and interests. A proud dad whose keen on sport, fishing and music, Mahu says: I have a lovely family and I am most grateful to them for ‘the gift of life’.
Currently engaged in tribal kaupapa for Tainui/Waikato and Ngati Tamaoho, this father of seven says having dinner, hanging out, swimming and sharing family time are his favourite pastimes. Hero's work in wananga, teaching and learning, supports the Trust’s aspiration to deliver information to Ngati Tamaoho beneficiaries through a radio show.
Ben graduated from Auckland University with a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Law conjoint and has since been working for Ngati Tamaoho Trust as a Kairangahau. He spends the rest of his time on music, news & current affairs interviews, basketball, skateboarding and continental philosophy.
Keeping things moving along is a special talent of Janelle whose previous mahi was in the freight industry. Now she is an administrator for the Treaty Claims Unit of the Tamaoho Trust. The mother of two sons is Nan to three moko. An enthusiastic Scrabble player, Janelle loves to cook and bake.