Next Episode of Postman Pat is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Postman Pat was based on a series of books by John Cunliffe, the program is about a rural postman who helps his friends in the village of Greendale, based supposedly in Cumbria, England. The first series of thirteen 15-minute episodes was produced by Woodland Animations and broadcast by the BBC in 1981. Ivor Wood, a vetaran of animations like The Magic Roundabout, was at the helm as producer. Ken Barrie sang the well known theme tune and provided the narration. The stories were very successful and have seen endless repeats over the years. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show in 1991, the old production crew was reunited for two one-off 25 minute specials, again shown by the BBC. Two more came in 1995, and these were followed by a second full series of 13 adventures. Then, after almost 10 years of absence from our screens, Postman Pat returned in 2004 for his third series.
Julian is making a kite for the kite festival. Jess accidently ruins his first kite but there is still enough time for Julian to make another one, so he goes out to find Charlie for his help.
Meanwhile, Ted is also working on a kite and his parcel is its tail. Suddenly, the wind blows Pat's hat away and while he and and Ted try to catch it, Jess decides to have a nose aound inside the kite which suddenly takes off with him in it. Pat and Ted give chase in the van.
At the school, Julian and Charlie make new kites. Julian thinks that Charlie's aerodynamic kite looks rather boring and Charlie thinks that Julian's Pencaster United coloured kite does not fly so well. So they decided to combine to the two kites together by adding the colourful material of Julian's kite to Charlie's.
Later Ajay opens the kite festival and everyone is showing off their own hand crafted. Julian and Charlie are also with their aerodynamic Pencaster United kite. The judges, Mrs. Goggins and the Reverend Timms are very impressed. Suddenly Pat and Ted arrive on the scene just as Jess flies into the crowd of other kites. Luckily because Julian had made his kite so that it can do loop-the-loops, it fastened to the runaway kite and Pat and his friends are able to pull Jess down to safety.
Then the judges hand out the trophies: Meera wins the bronze trophie for the prettiest and most musical kite, the silver trophie for the kite with the best flying skills is given to Julian and Charlie and the gold one is awarded to Jess for being the bravest kite flyer. However this title is a bit of an under statement; as soon as Jess sees the trophie which looks a lot like Ted's kite, he runs away for miles in fright. It is safe to say that Jess will be keeping his feet firmly on the ground from now on.
Alf's goat Rosie escapes so Pat tries to help him get her back into her pen, but not be before she does a lot damage like eating the labels off Pat's parcels.
It is hot sunny day in Greendale and Ted Glen is making an ice cream machine for his picnic party at the workshop. Despite his best efforts to get it working, it keeps getting in a muddle. Meanwhile Julian, Meera and Bill are collecting more flavours for the ice cream and are also working on a brand new flavour for Jess.
Pat, Alf, Ted, Ajay and P.C. Selby take part in a race around the village to see which of their vehicles is the best. During the race, the contestents have to take tests along the way to find out who knows the rules of the road. P.C. Selby on his bicycle falls behind the others straight away, but when Ted gets himself into a prickly situation and Alf gets delayed with his sheep, the policeman starts to catch up. Towards the end, Pat makes it into second place when suddenly Ajay's motorbike which has been holding the lead for most the race, runs out of petrol. Pat stops to help Ajay by letting him have the petrol from his spare can. Then P.C. Selby passes by and wins the race, but Pat does not go away empty handed for coming last. For stopping to help Ajay and losing the chance of winning the race, the Reverend Timms awards Pat with one of Mrs. Pottage's homemade apple pies as well as a trophy for P.C. Selby.
It's Recycling Week and Nisha is organizing a Jumble Sale.
Pat is putting on a magic show for Meera's birthday party.
When a nasty bout of chicken pox comes to Greendale, Pat has a busy day delivering calamine lotion to everyone who needs it.
Pat has a video camera delivered to him and decides to make a video diary of Greendale while on his rounds. However he has little idea how to use it and lots of things get accidentally filmed. when it is later shown to the village a the Primary school everyone finds it hilarious, although slightly embarrassing.
Today the village's five aside football match is being held on the Green and having to do his mail rounds on his bicycle proves to be the perfect form of training for Pat.
Pat's van runs out of petrol in the Mazy Way between Greendale and Pencaster, so he has to send Alf's pigeon, Cedric to get help.
Whilst Ted Glen is re-varnishing the classroom floor for the morning, Pat takes Julian with him on his rounds to learn about people's jobs.
Sara and Nisha are taking Julian and Meera to see the new "Captain Zzapp" movie, but Nikhil's babysitter has cancelled out, so Pat offers to look after him for the day. However Pat soon discovers that working around Nikhil is a very difficult task, especially where his Green Rabbit is involved.
Two big butterflies have escaped from Pencaster Zoo.
Pat has the day off so he offers to help Ted and Ajay drive the Greendale Rocket. Meanwhile Julian discovers that staying at school is much more fun.
Charlie, Julian and Meera are searching UFOs.
The children of Greendale are all feeling bored. Meanwhile Pat, Ted and P.C. Selby are trying to move a large pile of sand from the road.
Various working people in Greendale are swapping jobs for the day to raise money to fix the school roof.
Julian is looking after the school guinea pig, Dotty, but on her first night at the Clifton residence she escapes. The next morning, everyone is looking for Dotty. When Pat leaves for work, it turns out she is following him on his rounds.
Everyone in Greendale is auditioning for Charlie and Julian's new band. It seems no one is right, but will Lucy Selby have the confidence to audition?
The local grown-ups of Greendale are working hard to make a playground for the children.
Katy and Tom are having a sleepover with Julian in his bedroom.
Cedric is preventing the Reverend from ringing the church bell to open the Midsummer Market.
Ajay's friends all help him to pass the Train Inspector's tests.
The children are having fun sledging in the snow. Then disaster strikes when Katy and Tom get stuck on a frozen pond and Pat has to use Alf's new ladder to rescue the twins.
The children's giant snowball for their snowman rolls onto the railway line and blocks the Greendale Rocket's way.
The children are making a piece of artwork about the most exciting thing that has happened to them that year.
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