Description: A really funny episode and fast paced as well. Catweazle, out in the woods, sees an ornithologist recording insect sounds etc. Ever curious he follows him back to his caravan then gets scared by the sounds that come outÊof the caravan which are revealed to be recordings of various animal species. Meanwhile farmhand sam wants to work for him and quite his job at the farm. Catweazle sees sam go to the caravan and automatically thinks the worse. When carrot arrives at castle saburac catweazle is frantic and chanting his gab gabba a gabba a everything and nothing in particular.He is forced to show carrott what is happening and so they head off to the caravan. Inside carrott sees sam's shoes lying on the chair and believing that catweazle is finally right for once calls catweazle into the caravan.(sam had in the meantime gone off to do some digging for the ornathologist).Looking around to see what else is happening catweazle becomes excited by all the sound recording equipment.Meanwhile the orathologist starts to return and carrott rushes off to tell his father that sam's been killed and in his own haste to get away catweazle gets tangled up and has to hide in a small broom cupboard in the caravan.A broom falls out and prevents the door from being closed properly and then ''touchwood' starts to croak.This sparks the ornathologist's curiosity and finds catweazle in the cupboard.Mistaking him for Wally a friend of sam's who he thinks might also be interested in working for him gets him to record his voice and details on his tape recorder.Explaining how it works catweazle hears sam's voice on the tape and is spooked.The ornathologist winds the tape back and explains he is doing so to catweazle.This really gets catweazle excited at the prospect of being 'wound back''(thinking it would be to his own time).However the ornthologist presses some wrong buttons and the screeching animal sounds are heard again.Catweazle freaks out and rips the tape from the recorder and flees the caravan ruining the ornathologist's work.