ʻUkulele legend Herb Ohta, better known as Ohta-San, performs songs including “Rhapsody in Blue,” “The Girl from Ipanema” and his chart-topping ballad, “Song for Anna.” Ohta-San also teams up with his son, Herb Ohta Jr., for the Hawaiʻi classics “Hiʻilawe” and “Sanoe.”
Mark Yamanaka is a singer, songwriter, multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano award winner and a car salesman. On this Nā Mele, enjoy Yamanaka’s soothing yet powerful falsetto voice.
The American Cancer Society estimates more than 7,500 people in Hawaiʻi will be diagnosed with cancer this year. Most of those cases are likely to be women who have breast cancer. That diagnosis is scary but it is not a death sentence. Early detection, various treatment options and preventative measures, are among the tools available to help patients overcome this obstacle.
Kai Piha: Kaʻahele Ma Waikīkī takes viewers on a historical tour of Waikīkī's surfing history, the history of our kūpuna and aliʻi who lived there and who loved Waikīkī. Navigating this journey is waterman, historian and author John Clark.
A new season of HIKI NŌ, the first new show in the program’s second decade a recap of the first ten years of HIKI NŌ and personal stories shared by students across the state. HIKI NŌ #1301
This Nā Mele: Traditions in Hawaiian Song features the talented, musical Lim Family of Kohala, Hawai‘i Island. On the program, you’ll see siblings Sonny Lim, Nani Lim Yap and Lorna Lim perform as a trio. Among the featured hula dancers are family members Namakana Davis-Lim, Brianna “Wehi” Lim Ryder and Asialynn Yap.
Educator, composer and hula dancer Nona Beamer, or Aunty Nona, was a champion of Hawaiian culture. On Nona Beamer and her Family: A Century of Songs, hear special songs from her musically talented family, as well as one-on-one interviews. They share personal stories, including the time Aunty Nona fired her sons Kapono and Keola on stage, during a live concert.
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