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tribal wives is on again tonight!!!!

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candyfluff Wed 25-Jun-08 13:26:11

really looking forward to it bbc2 at 9 pm
last weeks was brilliant and this week there is the added bonus of nudity.............hehehehehe

lazarou Wed 25-Jun-08 13:38:46

I watched it the other night? It was so lovely, they really looked after that girl.

Although I thibnk all those things to ward off evil spirits might have freaked me out more.

southeastastra Wed 25-Jun-08 16:59:18

i watched the one with the blonde lady (can't remember her name!) it was fab, really felt for her though.

lazarou Wed 25-Jun-08 21:08:12

Sass.

scanner Wed 25-Jun-08 21:09:19

me too, I thought it was the most eye opening tv in ages. Heard a bit about tonights on womans hour, it sounds good.

Whizzz Wed 25-Jun-08 21:10:53

Ta - almost forgot !

LyraSilvertongue Wed 25-Jun-08 21:18:36

I missed the first five minutes.
Can anyone explain where they are and what they're doing there?

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:20:49

damn, these people are hardcore!

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:21:29

that humidity literally sucks the life out of you.

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:21:30

that humidity literally sucks the life out of you.

EssieW Wed 25-Jun-08 21:40:02

OK I have ishoos with this programme now.

Last week was interesting enough but eventually turned off because of the 'I'm finding myself in a tribe and solving all my problems' stuff.

This week it is completely cringeworthy. I'm feeling deeply uncomfortable as well with the concept of someone going in for a short time in this way. When are they going to disillusion the poor guy that she's not sticking around to marry him...(will eat DS nappy if this is not the case and she does). Such potential for misunderstanding in all of this.

And it is such a sanitised portrayal of poor communities' lives.

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:41:30

i don't know, stranger things have happened.

my landlords know two women in Uganda who came from the UK and became tribal wives.

they found what they were looking for there.

southeastastra Wed 25-Jun-08 21:42:09

wish i could watch it now, bloomin football

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:45:25

and there needs to be more press and reporting on how these peoples' lives are really under threat.

from bio fuels as well as logging.

pinkmook Wed 25-Jun-08 21:46:01

Wow expat that is fascinating, I am really enjoying this programme - don't think I could actually manage that life after growing up in a western culture though - boars brains anyone?

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:47:09

i takes a certain type of person, but it's not outwith the bounds of the impossible.

lazarou Wed 25-Jun-08 21:48:10

Wasn't there a series on a few months back called 'tribe'?
Was it filmed in the same place?

southeastastra Wed 25-Jun-08 21:51:17

last weeks was really good, i'd love to do that for a month. they seem happier people than we do.

LyraSilvertongue Wed 25-Jun-08 21:55:08

Their life seems so simple and uncomplicated. In a good way.

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 21:57:30

stranger things have happened, i'm telling you.

lazarou Wed 25-Jun-08 21:57:39

It's had a proper profound effect on that woman hasn't it?

expatinscotland Wed 25-Jun-08 22:00:02

i must be a weirdo, because i think i'd go back and stay with him.

pinkmook Wed 25-Jun-08 22:01:04

God that shot of the guy she "married" walking alone at the end <sobs onto laptop> <hold me> grin

Whizzz Wed 25-Jun-08 22:03:38

lazarou - the Tribe prog was where a group from some remote tribe stayed in London in a swao - as the presented had stayed in their tribe previously. It was another great series

lazarou Wed 25-Jun-08 22:05:59

Aha! Was that the one I'm thinking of then? Definitely saw a bloke living with a tribe for a while

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