Longleat Safari Park had an outdoor reproduction of Greendale village, including the Post Office, the Cliftons' house and the Greendale station. https://hero.fandom.com/wiki/Postman_Pat?oldid=1840501, In 2007, Pat appeared in the music video to Comic Relief's video for "(I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles" where he alongside. John, interviewed about the series, has said that he chose the character of a postman since he needed a character who could visit the countryside and interact with many different people. Occupation In Series 7 Barrie left completely and Bradley Clarkson and Dan Milne joined to take over the rest of Barrie's characters. Besides doing his job, Pat will also aid one of the other villagers with a dilemma they are in. In 2006, Postman Pat was nominated for "Best Pre-school Animation Series" at the BAFTA Children's Awards.[25]. For the 2003 series, pop writer Simon Woodgate scored the show and wrote new songs, including a new closing theme "What's in His Bag?". The series debuted on 9 November 2009 and ended in 2013. In Series 6 Lewis MacLeod replaced Ken Barrie as Pat. Similar Content. This film marks the return of Miss Hubbard, Major Forbes and George Lancaster. Ajay also appeared in Postman Pat: The Movie. He sometimes can a bit clumsy and often rushes in without considering what might happen. It's the Greendale Rocket's 100th birthday and everyone prepares a dish to bring to a potluck picnic. Fortunately, people can pay for a license to use the episodes for projects via the BBC Motion Gallery account on Getty Images [20]. 1 Cast 1.1 Version 1 … Longleat Safari Park had an outdoor reproduction of Greendale village, including the Post Office, the Cliftons' house and the Greendale station. 1 Premise 2 Characters 3 Vehicles 4 Locations 5 Cast 6 Soundtrack 7 Trivia 8 Goofs 9 Gallery 10 External links Pat is lured away from his village by the chance to find success on a national talent show. Her family originally lived in Pencaster, but when Ajay and the locals of Greendale re-opened the Greendale Light railway, they moved into the village. In 2013, the story in Postman Pat Live from Premier Stage Productions was almost the same as this film. Edwin Carbunkle, Patbots Featuring 8 action-packed games, young fans can learn through play in the safe and familiar setting of Greendale, helping them with matching using shapes and colors, counting and number sequences, motor-skills and basic problem solving. Postman Pat is a British stop-motion animated children's television series first produced by Woodland Animations. [citation needed]. At the railway station in Pencaster, she set up an exhibition of historical relics from the locals of Greendale and at Greendale Station, she organised a party to celebrate Diwali. Some the early robots were based on the title character from the Disney and Pixar movie "WALL•E", Robot B3 from "Lost in Space" and a Dalek from the BBC science-fiction series "Doctor Who". It bears some resemblance to Lancaster, the county town of Lancashire, which likewise is a short commute from Longsleddale, the area used as the inspiration for Greendale. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Music for the original 1981 series was by Bryan Daly,[13] who wrote a number of songs including the well-known theme tune. The gentle pace of life allowed Pat plenty of time to enjoy the countryside as he passed through, or even stop on quiet days to have a picnic. The same year saw the entire original series released on DVD in Spain, featuring both English and Spanish audio options. Postman Pat's first 13-episode series was screened on BBC One in 1981. [21] Unfortunately, however, for Series 1, the original opening titles which featured Pat driving in the original version of his van with a crown logo (which Pat used until Pat's Thirsty Day) was replaced with an edited version of the shot for shot remake of the original intro (which had Pat driving the Royal Mail Van) as used when the show aired in countries like France and Australia. Her family originally lived in Pencaster, but when Ajay and the locals of Greendale re-opened the Greendale Light railway, they moved into the village. [8], While John visited post offices for inspiration, he has said that the character and village was not based on any one place or person. The series ended on 29 March 2017 after 8 seasons and 12 specials. Main Postman Pat Cast. A CGI spin-off to the series was made called Guess with Jess which follows Pat's cat Jess now with the ability to talk and his adventures with the farm animals. Pat Clifton Here, Pat had a family shown on screen for the first time (though his wife had been mentioned in a number of episodes[5]). Alias Pat Clifton voiced by Ken Barrie and 1 other. In the second series of the show, which aired in the mid-90s, the village at the centre of the series was briefly referred to as Garner Bridge, while Greendale was the name of the valley in which Garner Bridge was situated. To deliver post to the villagers of Greendale A new version of the series was produced by Cosgrove Hall Films from 2003, which expanded on many aspects of the original series. The series features an expanded and diverse cast, a fleet of new vehicles, a world full of gadgets and the new town of Pencaster. [21] Unfortunately, however, for Series 1, the original opening titles which featured Pat driving in the original version of his van with a crown logo (which Pat used until Pat's Thirsty Day) was replaced with an edited version of the shot for shot remake of the original intro (which had Pat driving the Royal Mail Van) as used when the show aired in countries like France and Australia.