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ANZAC Dawn Service 2019

LIVE: Auckland’s ANZAC Dawn Service 2019 presented by Stacey Morrison & Matai Smith. A national day of remembrance in NZ and Australia for those who served in the armed forces for their countries. website
7:00 AM
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In Foreign Fields

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Playwright and author, Witi Ihimaera, travels to the lesser-known resting places of our fallen soldiers, revealing the personal & emotional journeys of whānau to bring these men home. (RP) website
8:05 AM
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Vapnierka

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Vapnierka is the story of the legacy of a name. 17 year old, Pouramua Nihoniho, left a small town on the East Coast of NZ to go to war for his country, and died in the town of Vapnierka - or so the wh website
9:05 AM
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Great War Stories

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Witness a collection of six stories of individuals who fought in WW1. (RP) website
9:35 AM
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Nancy Wake Remembered

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The incredible story of New Zealand born WW2 War hero Nancy Wake. website
10:00 AM
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Victor 4 Company

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A compelling account of the Company operations and the personal sacrifices made. Four Māori Veterans, a female army nurse and the 2nd in Command tell it how it was. website
10:55 AM
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ANZAC Day 2019: Auckland Civic Service

LIVE: Exclusive coverage of the Auckland Civic Service. A time to honour the memory of our fallen and to recognise the service of those men and women, past and present, who have served New Zealand. website
12:05 PM
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Mac Arthur

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A biopic of General Douglas MacArthur, covering his war exploits during WW2 and the Korean War. website
2:30 PM
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ANZAC Cove Dawn Service 2019

LIVE: Coverage from the Gallipoli Dawn Service, capturing the moving atmosphere of the place where the Anzac troops fell and commemoration began. website
3:35 PM
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Charge of the ANZAC's

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In 1917 Australian Light Horse soldiers claimed on of the greatest ever cavalry charged victories in history. 95 years later, 40 Australians retraced their footsteps in living detail. (RP) website
4:30 PM
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Kiwi Service Women of WW2

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Shining a spotlight on women's pivotal role in the WWll conflict, five women veterans share personal memories of their time in the forces, supported by archival footage and photographs. (RP) website
5:30 PM
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God King and Country

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From the lagoons of Porirua, four cousins of the Wineera whānau enlist into the Māori Battalion. Hungry for adventure, the cousins soon find themselves pinned on enemy lines. website
5:45 PM
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Tama Tu

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A short film by Taika Waititi. Māori troops fighting in Europe during WWll entertain themselves in a destroyed house while waiting for a battle to begin. (RP) website
6:00 PM
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Great War Stories

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Witness a collection of six stories of individuals who fought in WW1. (RP) website
6:30 PM
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Te Ao - Māori News

Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori. (R) website
7:00 PM
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Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2013

The sounds of the Pipes and Drums welcome you to Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2013. Featuring acts such as The Black Watch, 1st Battalion Scots Guard and The Wallace Pipes and Drums. website
8:00 PM
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Vapnierka

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Vapnierka is the story of the legacy of a name. 17 year old, Pouramua Nihoniho, left a small town on the East Coast of NZ to go to war for his country, and died in the town of Vapnierka - or so the wh website
9:00 PM
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Churchill

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96 hours before the World War II invasion of Normandy, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill struggles with his severe reservations with Operation Overlord. website
11:00 PM
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Te Ao - Māori News

Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori. (R) website
11:30 PM
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The Hui - Kaupeka Wha

Māori current affairs for all New Zealanders. Hosted by Mihingarangi Forbes, The Hui is the source for quality, credible Māori current affairs. website