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.
Meera and Sarah are going to do a Bollywood dance for the school assembly.
There is a strawberry thief at Thompson Ground.
The grown-ups are going to brighten up the children's playground at the school.
Sara is going out for the day and Pat is planning to surprise her by renovating the garden. Both Ted and Alf are helping him to get it done in time.
Meanwhile the children are pretending to be knights and debating as to whether girls can be knights. Pat makes a costume for them out of the old soil bags.
Chef Olivier is coming to Greendale and everyone is extremely excited. Many people have brought ingredients to the cookery demonstration.
When Chef Olivier does not turn up, the villagers decide to hold their own cooking demonstration and they all have a Fantastic Feast.
Pat finds himself in awkward situation when he gets himself stuck inside a hole in a hollow tree, so he has to rely on his furry friends to bring him some help to pull him out .
The roof in Pat's kitchen is leaking, so Ted invites the Clifton family to come and stay with him until it is fixed. However Ted soon discovers how difficult sharing his home can be and Pat and Sara find living in with wild inventions is no picnic. Luckily with a little help from his friends, Ted manages to make sure everyone gets what they want just in time.
Greendale is holding a go-kart race. Mrs. Goggins warns everybody that anyone wishing to compete in the race must not use engines in their go-karts. At first the racers start out as a "father and child" team, but because Pat is not too good at building Julian's go-kart and the other fathers are barely letting their children help them make theirs, the children decide to form their own team. They modify Pat's go-kart and Julian is chosen to be the team's driver with Jess as his mascot.
Meanwhile, Alf, P.C. Selby and Ajay secretively decide to cheat and borrow quiet electric engines for their go-karts from Ted. Ted tries to warn them that they won't stop, but Alf, Ajay and Arthur take no notice and on the day of the race, their go-karts just race on past the finishing line without stopping after both laps. They try flicking the switches on the engines, but it does not help and they drive out of control towards the edge of Greendale Crag. Pat has to set sail in Julian's go-kart in order to save them.
Ajay and Alf are saved before reaching the crag thanks to a bush and a pile of hay, but Arthur is still heading straight for the edge. Pat has to bump Julian's go-kart into Arthur's in order to drive him away from the edge of the crag. Arthur then finally stops when he falls into a pile of manure.
When Ajay, Alf and Arthur return to the Green after being saved, Mr. Pringle disqualifies them for using engines in their go-karts and he gives the winner's cup to the children's team. They are all very happy indeed and Julian is very glad that he stuck to the rules of the race after all.
Julian has decided to pretend to be too ill to go to school, so Pat has to stay at home to look after him. Meanwhile Jess gets bored and decides to go outside to play. Then he falls down a well and hurts his leg. Bonnie needs to fetch Amy Wrigglesworth the vet to help rescue Jess.
Pat has overcome his fear of horses in order to deliver the post on horse back.
Pat has overcome his fear of heights in order to rescue Bessie from the edge of Greendale Crag.
Meera and Julian decide to set up a lost property office and find all sorts of 'lost property' outside other people's houses.
Julian and Charlie attach a walkie-talkie to Jess' collar, to fool people into thinking that he can talk.
Sara goes away overnight to visit her sister Vicky and Pat and Julian have to cope on their own. Pat forgets his keys to the house, picks up the wrong sandwiches for lunch and creates chaos trying to make pancakes for supper.
Mrs Goggins discovers that a hedgehog is stealing Bonnie's food. Pat and Amy take the hedgehog out into the countryside and set it free. The next morning Pat and Julian stop in at the Post Office and Julian discovers that the hedgehog has returned overnight with her babies.
All by themselves together, Pat and Julian build a special little house for the hedgehogs to live in, just before Sara returns home.
Pat has a parcel for Amy which is too big to be stored inside his van. Ted builds a roof rack for Pat's van so that he can carry the parcel on the roof, but it is too heavy for that. Using the wood for the roof rack and the wheels from two old wheel barrows, Ted then makes a trailer for Pat to tow the parcel. When Pat manages to get on his way with the parcel, he meets some obstacles like sheep on the road and difficult short cuts, but he is determined to get the parcel to Amy no matter what.
Meanwhile Bill is trying to ride his bike properly, which he is finding very difficult. Then Lucy arrives on the farm to tell Bill that Pat is stuck in the mud and they need Alf's tractor to pull him out. Alf is in the village and Lucy cannot go to find him as the wheel on her bike is started to come off, so despite his previous difficulties, Bill goes himself on his own bike, seeing as how Pat had been the one who had encouraged him to not give up on his practise. On his way to get help, Bill suddenly discovers how well he can ride his bike after all and once Pat is out of the ditch, he is soon teaching Sarah Gilbertson how to ride her own bike without stabilizers and without giving up.
Now that the parcel has reached its destination, they can now find out what it was. When it is opened and they discover that it is trailer for carrying sick animals, Pat, Arthur and Ted feel very silly; if they had known, they could have towed it to Amy without its box and saved a whole lot of trouble. Amy is still grateful though at how everyone managed to get the trailer to her no matter what. It just goes to show that you should never ever give up on anything.
Tom and Katy Pottage are trying to be grown up.
The children are playing at being space explorers, but fall out with Sara because she's being bossy again. Meanwhile, Jess has gotten himself stuck up a tree. How can Ted's new invention, a litter blower help?
P.C. Selby feels he is no longer needed in Greendale and applies for a transfer to Pencaster Police Station. When Pat and Julian find out, they decided to throw P.C. Selby a huge party to show him that he is still wanted.
Pat invites everyone to the party on his rounds, while the school students write a song to stop P.C. Selby from leaving.
P.C. Selby is called on to do a variety of tasks that day, and this along with the giant party convinces him that he must stay.
While Pat is on his rounds he hears various interesting sounds which come from ordinary objects such as a coffee tin, a ball, boxes, and sanding blocks.
The children are bored and have little to do that does not make a mess or get them in trouble. Pat then encourages them to make music out of the objects he found. That evening, they put on a concert in the school hall.
Pat finds his old childhood bear, Billy, in the attic. He then allows Julian to take Billy to school where he swaps it with Charlie's magnifying glass.
Charlie then loses Billy, but Katy and Tom find him again and swap him with Sarah Gilbertson for a rope. Sarah then loses the bear, but it is then found by Alf Thompson. The Bear then gets moved again and is found by Ted Glen.
Pat and Julian travel to each of the places Billy had been to get him back. He is eventually found in the Station cafe, where Ted has given him to Nikhil.
Pat has to deliver a parcel to Ted Glen, but it is making very strange noises.
Meanwhile, The Pottage's Scottish Highland cows are very miserable. Katy and Tom attempt to cheer them up by putting on a puppet show and performing skateboard tricks but it does not work.
When Pat arrives at Ted's mill, he finds out the parcel contains bagpipes to be used as a device to scare the sheep away from the Thompsons' vegetables. But the device does not work with the bagpipes and attracts the animals instead.
Pat then uses the bagpipes to cheer the cows up as they are hearing the sounds of their homeland.
Ted Glen is attempting to fix the boat. Pat comes to deliver mail and the Reverend pays a visit. Reverend Timms gets tangled in some rope and the boat gets cast adrift with the engine still not working. They attempt to find a solution such as using sails, and making a paddle out of a flattened tin can but they do not work.
Meanwhile, the children are arguing as they prepare to ride Pumpkin. While on their ride, they see Pat and the others out on the river. Amy, the children, and Pumpkin eventually save the others by having Pumpkin tow them back to shore
The post has not arrived from Pencaster, so Pat is given the day off.
Pat does not know what to do and goes in search of hobbies. As he travels round the village, everyone suggests hobbies which Pat tries out including pigeon keeping, working on trains, football, cycling, dancing, and cooking.
Pat is downhearted in finding no hobbies he likes. Then the mail suddenly arrives by train. Pat delivers the mail and is soon much happier. Pat then decides that a hobby is not necessary when he has got "the best job in the world".
Pat and Ted are planning on going fishing. However, beforehand Ted must fix Amy's Horsebox.
Meanwhile Amy takes Meera for a ride on Pumpkin. Pumpkin is behaving badly because he is meant to be on a diet. As a result he eats Reverend Timms roses and apples from the tree. While walking past the river, Pumpkin refuses to go past for a dislike of water. Pat then arrives and agrees to fetch Ted and the Horsebox
When he arrives at The Mill, Pat can't find Ted and he is wearing earmuffs so cannot hear Pat's calls. Pat then decides to take the Horsebox to Amy without Ted. In doing so he traps Ted in the Horsebox and it is still not fixed. The Horsebox then becomes loose of the Lorry, and rolls away in the opposite direction.
It eventually arrives where Pumpkin and the others are and Ted is not hurt. Ted is able to fix the toolbox, however Pumpkin won't get onboard. Eventually Hay entices Pumpkin to get in the Horebox.
Bill Thompson takes his mother's clock to Ted Glen to be mended. When he accidentally brakes it to a degree that is beyond repair, Bill decides to cheat in the fun run, in the hope that the mystery prize at the end is money that he can use to buy Dorothy a new clock.
Ted Glen is about to do his 'chores' using his hovercraft, however it breaks and he sprains his ankle. Pat agrees to help complete the tasks by having radios so that Ted can give Pat instructions.Pat helps Reverend Timms at the church, Ajay at the station, and Alf Thompson to fix his tractor.
Meanwhile Charlie has made a radio, which he and Julian are playing with. Charlie and Julian go in search of a spy, mistaking Bill's radio show, Amy, and P.C Selby for spies. However, they become convinced there is one after hearing Pat and Ted's radio conversations.
They call on P.C. Selby to help catch the spy and track the spy to Thompson Ground. It is finally revealed that Pat was the spy and that there was no threat to Greendale.
It's a cold and snowy day in Greendale. The Greendale Rocket is broken and Ajay has been unable to collect the mail from Pencaster. As he fixes the water pipe, it spills all over the car park and freezes. The children then use it as their own ice rink.
Meanwhile Pat tries to find ways of melting the ice from people on his rounds. Ted Glen has created an 'automatic ice melting machine' and is able to get the ice off the rocket. The children then protest not to have the ice taken off the car park. The adults agree.
Meera desperately wants a skating partner but no one will agree to do it with her. Eventually, Pat agrees (after some encouragement from Ted) and the two skate together
It is Christmas Eve and the school are doing a pantomime of Cinderella. With the lead role on her shoulders, Meera wants everyone to take the show as seriously as she does. However when Pat has to borrow pumpkin to rescue Ajay and the Christmas tree, she must try to make do with what shes got for the show to go on as planned.
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