Tonight's TV Choice: AfricaBy Hugh Fort
January 16, 2013
It's Attenborough again - the world's most active 84-year-old is in Africa telling us all about what's going on in wonderfully shot footage using very expensive cameras in exotic places.
In this, the third part of this six-part nature spectacular, Sir David and his team go in to the forests of the Congo.
We meet a leaf-folding frog (a frog who folds leaves, apparently) and learn about him and his mates and how they go about breeding, climbing to the top of trees to give their mating call.
There is also a chimpanzee who goes to amazing lengths to satisfy a craving for honey and a massive female python.
Last week, we saw the tragic story of a baby elephant starving to death because it didn't rain when it was supposed to and it's the way the animals lives are given human qualities is what makes this programme so heart-warming and sometimes so sad at the same time.
In the Congo, my hope is that Attenborough and his team give us the vital information the world has been waiting for - whether the do, in fact, drink Um Bongo.