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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.
A new Cowboy Colin story book has been published and Pat has to deliver a copy of it to the school.
Pat has to deliver the newly restored Big Bob Bell back to the church in Greendale.
Pat has to deliver a sheep to Amy but it escapes and gets mixed up with other sheep.
Pat has to deliver a metal detector to Ted so that he can find his Grandad's medal.
It is Restaurant Night at the school and Pat has to deliver the crockery. The children make vegetable curry from India, chilli con carne from Mexico, stir-fry noodles from China and Yorkshire pudding from Yorkshire.
Pat has to deliver a bee hive to Thompson Ground.
Postman Pat has to deliver Dr. Gilbertson's sister's cat, Bess, as part of the Special Delivery Service. Bess looks exactly the same as Jess, so when she escapes everyone in Pencaster and Greendale thinks that she is Jess. This is not good for Jess as the two have very different personalities.
Bess is unwilling to come down from a lamp post, which she has climbed up to escape Bonnie and has to be rescued by Pat in the SDS Helicopter.
In delivering Bess, there is a mix up in communication with Dr. Gilbertson, but she is eventually delivered in time.
Pat has to deliver a new window for the railway station in Pencaster.
There is a sculpture trail in Greendale and Pat has to collect all the entries and take them to the field where event is taking place. However naughty Rosie escapes and starts eating the sculptures. Pat must do his best to try and solve the problem and make sure that the event is a big success.
Pat has to deliver George the Gecko to Meera Bains.
Pat has to deliver a set of Bagpipes to Mrs. Goggins from her sister in Scotland. Along the way he finds he is able to help various members of the community using his own delivery.
The loud noise made is able to help Ted Glen find his keys, shoo birds in the Market Square, and open the door on the train.
Meanwhile the children are unable to find a game to play until Mrs. Goggins suggests 'Noisy Hide and Seek'.
Postman Pat has to deliver a scarecrow to Thompson Ground in order to help Alf protect his crop of raspberries. The scarecrow looks exactly like P.C. Selby which creates some confusion in the village.
Alf and Arthur also attempt to trick Pat by having Arthur pretend to be a talking scarecrow.
Postman Pat and his family are planning on catching the train for the Seaside Special. However, Pat gets a phone call to do a special delivery of Mrs. Goggin's handbag.
A wild goose chase then ensues as both Mrs. Goggins and Pat chase after one another. Along the way Mrs. Goggins looses more things, including her suitcase and Bonnie. Pat is eventually able to return her stuff.
Pat then takes Mrs. Goggins and Bonnie to Pencaster by helicopter so that they can be all board the Greendale Rocket for the Seaside Special.
It's Chinese Day at school and the children are really looking forward to a day of special Chinese-themed celebration, helped by Michael. As a special surprise, he's ordered a real Chinese dragon costume which Pat picks up at the sorting office to deliver to the school. On the way though, naughty horse Pumpkin gets the dragon's head stuck on his own and as he canters off into the fields the locals are terrified that there's a real dragon on the loose!
The children of Greendale have been practising for Karaoke Night and cannot wait for it to be time to sing. Everyone has a musical number prepared and they are ready to shake their stuff on the special stage that's been put up. The karaoke machine is pretty special too - it's solar powered! But it turns itself on in Pat's van and all its charge is used up, so it turns itself off halfway through the night!
Today, Pat's special delivery is an Australian didgeridoo for the school's music lesson. Meanwhile Dottie the school hampster goes missing, but Pat's special delivery soon helps her come out of hiding.
Ajay is organising a Summer Special day on the green, but the weather is too hot for everyone to enjoy themselves. Hopefully, Ted's new invention and Pat's special delivery may save the day if all goes according to plan.
Ajay is holding a skateboard sizzle competition at the station in Greendale and he is looking forward to taking part himself. That is if Pat can deliver his new skateboard and safety gear in good time.
It is the day of the annual Greendale to Pencaster Duck Race on the River Penn and Pat is delivering the ducks.
It is Alf Thompson's birthday and Dorothy has bought him a new quad bike. After picking up his special delivery from Ben and the quad bike from the station, Pat must deliver them to Thompson Ground before Alf gets home.
Alf Thompson's homing pigeon Cedric is taking part in another race and Pat has to deliver a tracking device to attach to the pigeon's leg. It must be delivered by noon, but when a magpie steals the special delivery, Pat is nearly late. He has to use Julian, Charlie and Meera's flying camera to get it to Thompson Ground on time.
Pat has to deliver a box of ukuleles for the Reverend Timms' big band. Everyone who is getting one is having a problem with their ukuleles, but Pat is able to help them.
Pat has to deliver a big tree to Thompson Ground, but can he get it there without harming an unforeseen bird's nest full of baby wagtails in its branches.
Pat is collecting donations for the school's new website of Greendale.
It is Diwali and Nisha is going to decorate the station with fairy lights which Pat has to deliver.
Lucy has a special song to sing at the pantomime, but when Pumpkin gets scared by the snow, Pat is in a race to get her back in time. Pumpkin is sheltering from the snow in the old post office and only Pat's special delivery can make him leave.
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