This movie below is of one of the simulations presented in Dunhill, Alexander & Armitage (2013). Using a modified version of the SPH code GADGET-2, we simulated a planet embedded in a protoplanetary disc in order to investigate the role of disc interactions in growing planetary eccentricity. We found that while it is an effective mechanism for very high mass planets in very high mass (surface density) discs, it is unlikely to contribute significantly to the observed statistics of eccentric exoplanet orbits. The model shown below is one of the cases where eccentricity growth does occur. The frame co-rotates with the planet, so eccentricity manifests as a 'joggling' of the planet. The movie was rendered using SPLASH.