Postman Pat and a Job Well Done Postman Pat


Postman Pat and a Job Well Done

Animation. Pat and his cat Jess deliver post to Greendale's residents. Julian gives a class talk on different people's jobs and wins a gold star.


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Postman Pat and a Job Well Done. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

# Postman Pat, Postman Pat Postman Pat

0:00:040:00:08

# And his black-and-white cat

0:00:080:00:11

# Early in the morning

0:00:110:00:14

# Just as day is dawning

0:00:140:00:16

# He picks up all the postbags in his van

0:00:160:00:20

# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

0:00:210:00:24

# Postman Pat And his black-and-white cat

0:00:240:00:28

# All the birds are singing

0:00:280:00:30

# And the day is just beginning

0:00:300:00:33

# Pat feels he's a really happy man

0:00:330:00:36

# Everybody knows His bright red van

0:00:390:00:43

# All his friends will smile As he waves to greet them

0:00:430:00:48

# Maybe - you can never be sure -

0:00:480:00:52

# There'll be knock, ring

0:00:520:00:56

# Letters through your door

0:00:560:01:00

# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

0:01:000:01:02

# Postman Pat And his black-and-white cat

0:01:020:01:06

# All the birds are singing And the day is just beginning

0:01:070:01:12

# Pat feels he's a really happy man

0:01:120:01:15

# Pat feels he's a really happy man

0:01:170:01:20

# Pat feels He's a really happy man. #

0:01:220:01:28

Hey, look at the time! Isn't Julian going to be late for school?

0:01:330:01:37

No, don't worry, Pat. Jeff Pringle's given them a half day.

0:01:370:01:41

Oh? Why's that, then?

0:01:410:01:43

Ted Glen is re-varnishing the classroom floor this morning.

0:01:430:01:47

Oh, right.

0:01:470:01:50

Oh, Jess!

0:01:500:01:52

Look what Jess did to my computer mouse! It's ruined.

0:01:520:01:58

Miaow!

0:01:580:01:59

Oh, dear. You're not supposed to chase THAT sort of mouse, Jess!

0:01:590:02:05

I'm sure Ted Glen could fix it.

0:02:050:02:07

-Yes, but not in time to learn stuff for my class talk today.

-Class talk?

0:02:070:02:13

I have to stand in front of the class and talk about people's jobs.

0:02:130:02:18

Oh, I see. Well, I could tell you about being a postman.

0:02:180:02:22

I need to know about LOTS of jobs.

0:02:220:02:25

I've got it! Why don't you come with me on my rounds this morning?

0:02:270:02:31

I deliver to lots of people. You could learn all about their jobs.

0:02:310:02:36

Oh, yeah! Thanks, Dad! That'll be brilliant.

0:02:360:02:39

Don't forget Julian has to be at school this afternoon.

0:02:390:02:43

-I won't.

-Let's go, Dad.

0:02:430:02:46

-Come on, Jess.

-Miaow!

0:02:460:02:48

Left a bit. Bit to the left, Jeff.

0:02:530:02:56

Steady as she goes...and down.

0:02:560:02:59

Ouch! Ouch! Ooh! Ouch!

0:02:590:03:02

Practising your hopscotch, Jeff?

0:03:040:03:07

Not exactly, Pat.

0:03:080:03:10

We're clearing the classroom ready for Ted to varnish the floor.

0:03:100:03:15

Aye.

0:03:150:03:16

Well, good luck.

0:03:180:03:20

-Don't forget your class talk at 12, Julian.

-I won't, Mr Pringle.

0:03:200:03:25

Cheerio.

0:03:250:03:26

Right, then. Let's get cracking with the varnish.

0:03:270:03:31

Are you sure you'll get it done in time, Ted?

0:03:310:03:34

Have no fear, Ted Glen is here.

0:03:340:03:38

Good luck with your talk, Julian.

0:03:410:03:43

Thanks, Mrs Goggins.

0:03:430:03:45

Right, Julian, first delivery is for Reverend Timms.

0:03:450:03:49

You can ask him about his job.

0:03:490:03:52

Great! ..In you get, Jess.

0:03:520:03:55

Bless you and may you grow in peace.

0:04:100:04:15

Morning, Reverend Timms.

0:04:150:04:17

Good morning, Pat.

0:04:170:04:19

-Morning, Julian.

-Miaow!

0:04:190:04:21

And you, Jess.

0:04:210:04:24

Letter for you, Reverend.

0:04:240:04:27

-Thank you.

-Doing a spot of gardening, I see.

0:04:270:04:30

Oh, yes.

0:04:300:04:31

All part of my duties.

0:04:310:04:33

Really? And what else?

0:04:330:04:36

-What else?

-What else do you have to do for your job?

0:04:360:04:39

Oh, I see.

0:04:390:04:41

Hmm, let me think.

0:04:410:04:44

Um...well, next this morning, I have to test the church bells

0:04:440:04:49

to make sure they're tip-top for Sunday.

0:04:490:04:52

Wow! Ringing the bells sounds good.

0:04:520:04:56

This rope leads up to the bells.

0:05:000:05:03

And I give it a good tug to ring them. Like this.

0:05:030:05:07

RING! RING!

0:05:070:05:10

-Brilliant!

-Would you like to try?

0:05:140:05:18

Yes, please.

0:05:180:05:20

Give it a big tug, Julian.

0:05:200:05:22

BELL RINGS Whoa!

0:05:230:05:25

Whee! Whoo-hoo!

0:05:250:05:29

Look out, Jess!

0:05:290:05:31

Ah!

0:05:330:05:36

Careful, Jess!

0:05:360:05:38

-Oh, watch it!

-Rreeow!

0:05:380:05:42

Rreeow!

0:05:480:05:50

That was better than the funfair! Thanks, Reverend Timms.

0:05:520:05:56

Oh, it was nothing. It's all in a day's work for me.

0:05:560:06:00

I think we'd better get a move on, Julian.

0:06:000:06:04

I've got lots more letters to deliver.

0:06:040:06:07

-I've got lots more jobs to find out about.

-Cheerio.

-Come back any time.

0:06:070:06:12

TOOT-TOOT!

0:06:170:06:20

-How's it going, Ted?

-Champion.

0:06:310:06:35

-Is that all you've done so far?

-It's hard work, is this!

0:06:360:06:40

I'm sure it is. But can't it be a bit quicker?

0:06:400:06:43

-Well...

-The children are coming at 12.

0:06:430:06:47

You'll never finish in time at this rate.

0:06:470:06:50

Hmm. Let's see now. I know.

0:06:500:06:54

Have you got an old broom, Jeff?

0:06:540:06:57

Er...yes. There's one here.

0:06:580:07:01

-But why?

-And I'll need some string and a couple more brushes.

0:07:030:07:07

Won't be a tick.

0:07:070:07:09

Will you just look at the time? Nearly 11 o'clock already.

0:07:090:07:15

-Who are we delivering to next, Dad?

-Ajay at the train station.

0:07:150:07:19

Oh, great! Maybe I can learn about being a train driver!

0:07:190:07:25

-Maybe.

-'Old it!

0:07:250:07:27

What's the trouble?

0:07:270:07:30

Oh, hello, Pat. Road's flooded up ahead

0:07:300:07:33

so I'm afraid I'll have to ask you to make a detour.

0:07:330:07:37

Oh, dear!

0:07:370:07:39

-We're in a hurry.

-Sorry. Only doing my job.

0:07:390:07:44

-Job? Brilliant!

-It's no use blaming me, I'm...

0:07:440:07:49

Did you say "brilliant"?

0:07:490:07:53

Yes. Tell me all about your job, please, PC Selby.

0:07:530:07:57

-I want to know what a policeman does.

-Eh?

-It's important.

0:07:570:08:02

Is it?

0:08:020:08:03

I mean...yes, it is. Yes, it's very important work.

0:08:030:08:09

Glad someone appreciates the fact.

0:08:090:08:11

So, what do you do?

0:08:130:08:16

Well, um...

0:08:160:08:18

I have to look for lost cats...

0:08:190:08:22

Miaow!

0:08:220:08:23

And I...I have to direct the traffic. Like this.

0:08:230:08:28

I can do that.

0:08:300:08:33

And what's this arrow thing for?

0:08:360:08:39

Here! Careful with that.

0:08:390:08:41

That's police property, that is.

0:08:410:08:43

When I have to divert the traffic,

0:08:440:08:46

the arrow points it in the right direction.

0:08:460:08:49

Now, which direction was it?

0:08:510:08:53

Er...oh, yes.

0:08:530:08:55

No, that doesn't look right.

0:08:570:08:59

Must be this way. ..Or was it this way? Let me think now...

0:08:590:09:04

-Come on, Julian, we'd better be off.

-I'm not sure whether it's...

0:09:040:09:08

Let me see now - it can't be that way, so is it this way?

0:09:080:09:13

Or is it...?

0:09:130:09:16

-Champion.

-Terrific, Ted! That should be much quicker.

0:09:170:09:22

Aye. I'll have this floor finished in no time now.

0:09:220:09:26

All ready for when the children arrive at 12 o'clock.

0:09:260:09:30

Right, let's get stuck in.

0:09:300:09:32

Grand.

0:09:400:09:41

Oh, 'eck! I've gone and varnished myself into the corner.

0:09:490:09:55

I can't walk on it - it's still wet.

0:09:580:10:02

Ah, wait a tick.

0:10:020:10:05

Clever thinking, Ted.

0:10:080:10:10

Now I can finish this last corner.

0:10:100:10:14

I'll just have a lie down while I wait for it to dry.

0:10:210:10:26

HE SNORES

0:10:280:10:31

Here we are, Julian.

0:10:350:10:37

The train station. Let's find Ajay.

0:10:370:10:41

And see the train!

0:10:410:10:43

Hi, Julian.

0:10:430:10:45

Hi, Meera. Is your dad around?

0:10:450:10:48

He's over here. Come on, I'll take you.

0:10:480:10:51

Morning, Pat.

0:10:510:10:53

Hello, Nisha. Here's your post.

0:10:530:10:55

Thanks. I'll look at it when I've opened the cafe.

0:10:550:10:59

JESS PURRS

0:10:590:11:02

Nikhil likes you, Jess.

0:11:040:11:06

Miaow.

0:11:060:11:08

So you want to learn about being a train driver, do you?

0:11:080:11:11

Yes. For my class talk.

0:11:110:11:14

-Show Julian inside the train, Dad.

-All right. Hop up, lad.

0:11:140:11:18

Really? Wow!

0:11:180:11:20

Right, Julian, first we have to stoke up the engine.

0:11:200:11:25

When she's built up a good head of steam, you toot the whistle here.

0:11:270:11:31

Right, try it.

0:11:310:11:33

TOOT-TOOT!

0:11:330:11:35

-Rreeow!

-NIKHIL SQUEALS

0:11:350:11:37

-All aboard!

-PEEP!

0:11:370:11:40

That's grand, Pat.

0:11:400:11:43

-Now, Julian, help me pull this lever here.

-Can I? Oh, thanks!

0:11:430:11:49

Rreeow!

0:11:520:11:54

Poor Jess.

0:11:540:11:57

I drove the train! I drove the train!

0:12:000:12:04

Well done! You'll have plenty to tell the class at school.

0:12:040:12:09

Talking of which...

0:12:090:12:11

I think it's time you were going.

0:12:110:12:13

OK, Dad.

0:12:130:12:15

Thanks, Ajay. ..See you at school, Meera.

0:12:160:12:20

-Bye! Good luck.

-See you later.

0:12:200:12:23

Phew!

0:12:260:12:27

Just finished in time.

0:12:270:12:29

Look at this floor - it's all sticky!

0:12:290:12:31

Sit down, everybody.

0:12:310:12:33

CHILDREN CHATTER

0:12:330:12:36

Well, as you can see, we have a lovely new shiny classroom floor,

0:12:360:12:41

thanks to Ted.

0:12:410:12:43

-Wow!

-It's so nice!

0:12:430:12:45

Now it's Julian's turn to give a class talk.

0:12:450:12:49

Come to the front, Julian.

0:12:490:12:51

Julian is going to tell us all he's learned

0:12:550:12:58

about the different jobs people do.

0:12:580:13:00

Well...today I found out

0:13:050:13:09

that there are lots of different jobs that need doing in Greendale.

0:13:090:13:13

Some people make the gardens look nice

0:13:130:13:17

and make sure the big bells ring at the right time.

0:13:170:13:20

Some people make sure we go in the right direction

0:13:200:13:24

and don't get into trouble.

0:13:240:13:27

Some people help us to travel to other places like Pencaster.

0:13:270:13:32

And some people like my Dad

0:13:340:13:36

make sure everyone gets their letters delivered

0:13:360:13:40

and get to school on time! And that's what I learned about jobs.

0:13:400:13:44

Hooray!

0:13:440:13:47

Well done, Julian.

0:13:470:13:49

You made a very good job of...

0:13:490:13:51

"jobs".

0:13:510:13:53

CHILDREN LAUGH

0:13:530:13:55

So I think that deserves a special gold star.

0:13:550:13:59

-Hooray!

-Well done, Julian!

0:13:590:14:02

Well done, Julian.

0:14:020:14:05

-Rreeow!

-SNORING

0:14:050:14:09

Looks like Ted's being working hard at HIS job too!

0:14:190:14:23

By 'eck!

0:14:270:14:29

Subtitles by Alison Rae BBC Broadcast 2004

0:14:300:14:33

E-mail us at [email protected]

0:14:330:14:36

Julian has to give a class talk on different peoples' jobs but can't do any research as Jess has destroyed his computer mouse. Pat takes him on his rounds where Julian finds out about bell ringing from the Reverend Timms, directing the traffic from PC Selby and driving a train from Ajay. His talk is a big success and he wins a gold star.


Download Subtitles

SRT

ASS