Part 1 • 2018 • episode "S1E1" My Year With the Tribe

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Writer Will Millard visits the treehouse-dwelling Korowai tribe in Papua, Indonesia

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My Year With the Tribe • 2018 • 3 episodes •

Part 1

Writer Will Millard visits the treehouse-dwelling Korowai tribe in Papua, Indonesia

2018 • People

Part 2

Will Millard returns to Korowai to spend more time with two old men in the forest.

2018 • People

Part 3

Will returns for his final two trips to Korowai territory, to try and find August and his family. He is keen to spend time with them too, to better understand how most Korowai live today.

2018 • People

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