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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.
Pat has to deliver a highland cow to Alf Thompson.
Pat has to take part in the children's treasure hunt in order to deliver his special delivery on time.
Pat has to deliver a wind machine to Ted.
When the sorting machine breaks at the mail centre, Pat is asked to deliver two of Ted's robots to help Ben fix the problem.
Pat is asked to deliver helium balloons to celebrate the reopening of Pencaster Town Hall. When the balloons are accidentally released and P.C. Selby floats away, Pat has to make a daring rescue attempt in his helicopter.
Pat has to deliver a bouncy castle to the school for its end of term party.
A comet is going to fly over Greendale Peak and Pat has to deliver a telescope to Charlie so that he can see it close up.
Pat has to deliver some fruit bats to Amy for her animal talk, but he must make sure they are transferred quietly.
Pat has to deliver some duck eggs to Amy.
Lauren, Lizzy and Amy are going to give Ben a big surprise.
Michael is holding an open air movie night on the square in Pencaster. Pat has to deliver the film and pick up the projection screen and projector for Michael. Meanwhile in Greendale, Bill, Julian and Meera are trying to make a movie of their own.
Today is Bill Thompson's birthday and a fancy dress party is being held at the Railway Station Cafe. Pat's special delivery is Bill's birthday present, a remote controlled car. He also has to delivery Mrs. Goggins' TV remote to Ted's garage, so that Ted can fix it, but Julian gets the parcels for the two remotes mixed up and a car chase and telly trouble ensues.
Pat needs to deliver a piano for Lizzy's first ever concert. However, the van gets a puncture. While transferring it to Ted's lorry, it rolls away. They then decide to move it by trolley along the train line. It gets taken on the final leg of the journey by Amy's pony Pumpkin.
Lizzy is very nervous about playing, especially since she has not had enough time to practice. But this is eventually overcome by Pat being on stage with her to turn the music sheets.
A Chinese festival is being organised by Michael Lam in the village. Postman Pat has to deliver an enormous ice cube for him as the central display. However, Pat leaves the door of the van open and the ice cube falls out. With the help of Alf and P.C. Selby the cube is eventually put back in the van.
Pat is then given a police escort so the ice cube can arrive before 12 'o'clock.
However they discover that there was a mix up as Michael actually ordered an ice sculpture of a Chinese dragon. Pat, Alf and Lauren save the day by creating a sculpture of Jess.
Postman Pat has to deliver a golden elephant with a jewel on its forehead to Meera for the schools 'Show and Tell'. However the courier box on the SDS Motorbike needs repairing and the jewel gets taken out at Ted's Garage. Bonnie then steals the elephant and runs away with it. While playing, the jewel falls off and a magpie steals it. Pat and Amy must then follow the magpie in an attempt to find the jewel.
The Jewel is eventually found and Jess climbs the tree to get it down, along with Charlie's Grandad's Medal. The Jewel is placed back on the elephant. Meera claims the jewel as magical because it was so lucky that it was found.
Pat has to deliver a new teddy to Nikhil, but when the label falls off, he gets the parcel mixed up with Alf's homing device for Rosie.
Pat has to deliver a magnet to lift a water tower off the railway line before the Pencaster Flyer comes through.
Pat has to deliver a hibernation house to lift for Amy's dormouse, Dora.
Pat has to deliver a new Green Rabbit to Nikhil Bains.
A surprise award ceremony is being organised for Pat at the sorting office.
Pat has to deliver Bernie the Parrot to Amy.
Ted is entering his rocket in the Pencaster Flying Machine Challenge.
Pat has to deliver a disco machine in time for the disco at the school. Meanwhile Charlie is in a bad mood cause he thinks he cannot dance.
Pat has to deliver P.C. Selby in a giant cake as a surprise for Lucy.
Pat has to deliver a pair of ice skates to Meera, who saved up for herself.
However, Pat gets snowed in at the sorting office and he and Ben must find a way out. Eventually they find a way up to the SDS Helicopter.
Meanwhile, Meera is disappointed that she does not have her ice skates to use, however the children are still having fun finding alternative things to do in the snow. The ice skates are then delivered to Meera, and she and Pat skate together.
It is Christmas Eve and the children of Greendale are holding a Secret Santa for the grown-ups in Pencaster. Pat's special delivery is the stocking for the children's presents.
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