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Mānaleo TV Program

William Lili Mokiao, “He ‘A‘ali‘i Kū Makani”
Air Date: 00/00/1996 William Lili Mokiao talks about growing up in Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi.

Malupō Lum Lung Chung
Air Date: 00/00/1996 Malupō Chung talks about growing up in Kahakuloa, Maui.

Kamuela Kumukahi
Air Date: 00/00/1996 Kamuela Kumukahi talks about growing up in Waiʻōhinu, Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi.

Kamuela Kumukahi, “No ka Lawai‘a”
Air Date: 00/00/1996 Kamuela Kumukahi talks about various fishing styles and equipment.

Lei Bright Recca
Air Date: 06/20/1998 Kahu Recca talks about growing up in a musical and spiritual family.

Sarah Kekela ‘Ili and Mary Jane Kekela Makua
Air Date: 09/18/1999 Sarah Kekela ʻIli and Mary Jane Kekela Makua sit down with Hailama Farden and Kupuna Kauahipaula to share some of their cherished family photos, stories, and memories.

Nora Keahi Santos & Tuti Kanahele
Air Date: 12/18/1999 Nora Santos and Tuti Kanahele share songs and stories, and reflect on the recent ʻAha Mānaleo gathering in Kona.

“Ka ‘Aha Mānaleo ma Kona”
This episode features clips from a set of panel discussions at ʻAha Mānaleo 1999, as kūpuna from Niʻihau and Maui talk about gathering some of their favorite ocean delicacies.

“Ka Huaka‘i a ka ‘Aha Mānaleo i Miloli‘i”
Air Date: 00/00/2000 Eddie Kaʻanana and Walter Paulo talk about fishing practices of Miloliʻi, Hawaiʻi.

Emma Keohokalole
Air Date: 01/15/2000 Emma Keohokalole talks about growing up in Waikalua, Kāneʻohe, Oʻahu.

Peter Kekua‘ana Park & Helen Ahia Walrath
Air Date: 05/20/2000 Peter Park and Helen Walrath talk about farming, planting, and healing traditions.

Annie Mace
Air Date: 08/19/2000 Annie Mace talks about her childhood in Puʻunui, Oʻahu.

“No Ka ‘Aha Mānaleo ma Kaua‘i”
Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna Lei Bright Recca share video clips from a recent ʻAha Mānaleo gathering on Kauaʻi and talk about various children’s games.

Eddie Ka‘anana, “No ka Lawai‘a”
Air Date: 03/17/2001 ʻAnakala Eddie talks about fishing traditions passed down to him as a young boy growing up in Miloliʻi, Hawaiʻi.

“No ka Wā Kamali‘i ma Kona Hema”
Air Date: 00/00/2002 Eddie Kaʻanana, Kamuela Kumukahi, and Malia Craver talk about growing up in South Kona, Hawaiʻi.

Lilia Wahinemaika‘i Hale
Air Date: 03/16/2002 Tūtū Hale talks about growing up with her grandparents in Pālama, Honolulu, Oʻahu.

“Ho‘omākaukau ‘Ai: Poi Palaoa, Poi Pia, Poi ‘Ulu”
Air Date: 06/15/2002 Hailama, Ipo, and Kupuna Kauahipaula discuss and demonstrate how to prepare various types of poi.

Elizabeth Malu‘ihi Lee, “No ka Ulana Lau Hala”
Air Date: 08/17/2002 Maluʻihi Lee returns to share more of her lau hala weaving talents and knowledge.

“Ho‘omākaukau I‘a: Manini, Kala, ‘Ōpelu”
Air Date: 10/19/2002 Melelani, Ipo, and Kupuna Kauahipaula discuss and demonstrate various ways of preparing fish.

“Ke Kuleana o ka ‘Ōpio”
Air Date: 11/30/2002 Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna Kauahipaula talk about the responsibilities, manners, and conduct of children within the family unit.

Kawai Cockett, “No ke Pā CD Hou”
Air Date: 02/15/2003 Kawai Cockett talks about his love for Hawaiian music and shares some mele from his newest CD, Still Strumming.

“Ka Puana Leo”
Air Date: 03/15/2003 Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna Kauahipaula discuss distinct differences and regional variations in pronunciation that can be heard between native speakers.

“Ka Waiwai o nā Kūpuna”
Air Date: 04/19/2003 Hailama, Melelani, and Ipo discuss the cherished value and role of kūpuna within Hawaiian families, communities, and society.

Amelia Meatoga
Air Date: 07/19/2003 Amelia Meatoga talks about growing up in Nāhiku, Maui.

“Limu Punahele”
Air Date: 09/06/2003 Kupuna McGuire talks about her favorite limu growing up.

Kimo Alama Keaulana
Air Date: 09/04/2004 Kimo Alama Keaulana visits with his musical group, Lei Hulu, to share a few of their favorite songs and stories.

“No ka Holomoku ‘ana a Puni ka Pae ‘Āina”
Air Date: 12/04/2004 Hailama shares stories about his adventures from a recent interisland cruise around Hawaiʻi.

Lydia Makuakāne, Part 1
Air Date: 02/05/2005 Lydia Makuakāne talks about growing up in Pāhoa and Kapaʻahu, Hawaiʻi.

Lydia Makuakāne, Part 2
Air Date: 04/02/2005 Lydia Makuakāne returns to share stories about traditional Hawaiian foods and food plants.

Wally Keali‘iokalani Beck
Air Date: 05/07/2005 Wally Beck talks about growing up in Kaʻū and farming in Keaukaha, Hawaiʻi.

“Ke Kipa ‘ana i ka Hale”
Air Date: 07/02/2005 Kupuna McGuire talks about hosting guests and visiting friends or family as a child.

Lolena Nicholas, “Ka I‘a a me ka Poi”
Air Date: 08/06/2005 ʻAnakē Lolena returns to share stories about fishing and gathering along the seashore as a child.

“Ka Huaka‘i ‘Ana”
Air Date: 11/05/2005 Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna McGuire talk about traveling abroad.

“Nā Mele o ka Wā Kalikimaka”
Air Date: 12/03/2005 Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna McGuire sing a few of their favorite Christmas songs and discuss Hawaiian song composition.

Walter Keli‘iokekai Paulo
Air Date: 02/04/2006 Walter Paulo talks about growing up in South Kona, Hawaiʻi and shares some fishing stories.

“Ka Ho‘okūkū Mele o Kamehameha”
Air Date: 03/04/2006 Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna McGuire talk about the upcoming contest and a new book honoring Lena Machado.

He Hali‘a Aloha no Harry Ka‘ano‘ilani Fuller
Air Date: 00/00/2007 This vignette, celebrating the life of Kupuna Harry Fuller, features an interview that originally aired on Mānaleo in November 1999.

“Nā Polokalamu ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i”
Air Date: 02/03/2007 Hauʻoli Akaka visits Mānaleo to talk about his involvement in various Hawaiian language programs over the years.

“Ka Mālama ‘ana i ka ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i ma ka Hale”
Kalehua Krug and ʻohana talk about what it takes to maintain a Hawaiian language household in today’s world.

“Ka Mālama ‘ana i nā Mea Hawai‘i”
Hailama, Melelani, and Kupuna McGuire talk about the preservation of shared Hawaiian customs and traditions.