Pouhere Taonga Podcast

Whether you’re intrigued by the stories behind Aotearoa New Zealand’s archaeology, the wonder of our collections or the history and culture of our places, the Pouhere Taonga Podcast offers you a new way to experience heritage.

Episode 1

What does heritage mean to you?

While in lockdown we have recorded our first episode of the Pouhere Taonga Podcast to take you behind the scenes of the heritage we care for throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand. 

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Episode 2

Saving the Town

This week we talk to Dr Glen Hazelton, Director Organisational Development about Saving the Town, a toolkit that highlights successful experiences and case studies from around Aotearoa New Zealand that illustrate proactive, contemporary approaches to heritage. 

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Episode 3

Matariki 2022

Our first Matariki podcast episode features interviews with five Māori Heritage New Zealand staff who share their wide-ranging thoughts and experiences about Matariki. 

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Episode 4

Matariki 2023

For our 2023 Matariki podcast join Kaitohutohu Whanake Niki Partsch, as she interviews two of our Māori Heritage Team staff. Dean Whiting and Nitika Erueti-Satish share their memories of past Matariki celebrations, songs, and matauranga, and reflect on what Matariki means to them this year.

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Episode 5

Reporter Reads: Tung Nut Scheme Not Quite the Good Oil

Join Senior Communications Advisor John O'Hare as he reads his recent article on the boom-and-bust world of tung nut oil in 1930s Northland.

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Episode 6

Reporter Reads: Through the Tunnel on a Jigger

Join Outreach Advisor Dr Rosemary Baird as she reads her article on the experience of collecting oral history memories at the Ōtira Tunnel centenary celebrations.

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Aotearoa Unearthed: Archaeology for Everyone
On the hunt for more heritage podcasts? Join Dr Rosemary Baird in our latest series, Aotearoa Unearthed: Archaeology for Everyone.
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