Colin Stinton reads the story of the American linguist Daniel Everett, who lived among the Piraha, a small tribe of Amazonian Indians in central Brazil.
Daniel, his wife and four young children discover the pleasures and the dangers of living in the jungle.
Daniel's wife and daughter fall dangerously ill with malaria.
The Piraha tribe get drunk.
Daniel takes his friends from the tribe out of the jungle and into the dangers of the city.
Daniel loses his Christian missionary vocation.