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Tribal Wives 25 June 2008
Living in the jungle in Ecuador with the ferocious Huaorani Indians

Last year, self confessed workaholic and single mum Karen Morris Lanz decided that she needed to change her life. She undertook a 5000 mile trip to Ecuador to live for a month with the ferocious Huaorani Indians. The resulting adventure was filmed for Tribal Wives. Karen joins Jenni to talk about the experience and about finding romance in the jungle. They are joined by anthropologist Dr Laura Rival who has also lived with the Huaorani Indians. She will be talking about the history and uncertain future of the tribe.
Tribal Wives is broadcast on Wednesdays at 9pm on BBC 2
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