Original footage of interview with Gordon Piianaia, former Captain of the voyaging canoe, Hōkūleʻa. Interview featured in program "Cowboys &...
Original footage of interview with Leinaʻala Heine, Kumu Hula and dancer. Interview featured in program "Cowboys & Canoes" for the Rice and Roses...
Original footage of presentation by Will Kyselka, Astronomer at Bishop Museum. Featured in program "Cowboys & Canoes" for the Rice and Roses...
Highlights the traditional and contemporary aspects of Hawaiian culture by focusing on oli (chant), the hula, canoe-building by the masters,...
The Return of the Hokuleʻa : Arrival and Greeting Festivities - July 26,1976 was a Hawaii Now live television special documenting the arrival of...
Highlight clips from The Return of the Hokuleʻa : Arrival and Greeting Festivities - July 26, 1976 television special.
A Hawaiʻi Public Television round table discussion with many of the sailors of the Hōkūleʻa, interspersed with highlights of the 1976 return of the...
Program produced in 1975 by George Tahara with Kenneth P. Emory, Ph. D. Narrated by Jack Kellner; music edited by Tiki George with sound by...
This ENG File contains 41 clips of news footage on a variety of topics from February 22, 1980 to February 25, 1980. Includes news stories on:...
Profiles a noted Hawaiian surfer who was lost at sea in 1978 while attempting to go for help after the Hōkūleʻa canoe capsized off Maui.
Reporter Elisa Yadao and camera operator Cliff Watson travel to Tahiti to record the arrival of Hōkūleʻa on its voyage of rediscovery.
Cliff Watson and Elisa Yadao follow the Hōkūleʻa, a double hulled canoe, on its journey of rediscovery from the Cook Islands to New Zealand.
An edited program documenting Hōkūleʻa's arrival to Tahiti in its 1980 voyage. The program also covers ceremonies and festivities and a behind the...
Reviews the 2-year, 16,000 mile journey of the Polynesian Voyaging Society's double-hulled canoe Hōkūleʻa as it retraced the major migratory routes...
This program documents a "pilot program which uses Hōkūleʻa and celestial navigation"...to show "the relevance of science in everyday life" and...