|Postman Pat and Cowboy Colin|
|Air Date||11th February 2013|
|Previous||The Flying Christmas Stocking|
|Next||Postman Pat and Big Bob Bell|
Postman Pat and Cowboy Colin is the first episode of Season 7. It was first broadcast on Monday 11th February 2013 and was written by Gerard Foster.
A new Cowboy Colin story book has been published and Pat has to deliver a copy of it to the school.
- Sara Clifton
- Julian Clifton
- Mrs. Goggins
- Ben Taylor
- Lauren Taylor
- Lizzy Taylor
- Ted Glen
- Bill Thompson
- The Reverend Timms
- Ajay Bains
- Meera Bains
- P.C. Selby
- Lucy Selby
- Sarah Gilbertson
- Charlie Pringle
- Amy Wrigglesworth
- Michael Lam
- PAT 1
- PAT 2
- PAT 3
- PAT 5
- Greendale Rocket
- Pencaster Flyer
- Michael's Mobile Shop
- Pat's House
- Greendale Primary School
- Greendale Station
- The Church
- The Vets
- Ted's Workshop
- Sorting Office
- Pencaster Market Square
- Pencaster Harbour
- Pencaster Town Hall
- Ted's Garage
- Pencaster Station
- Lewis MacLeod as Pat and Ben
- Melissa Sinden as Jess
- Carole Boyd as Sara Clifton, Mrs. Goggins, Sarah Gilbertson and Charlie
- Janet James as Julian, Lauren and Lucy
- Angela Griffin as Lizzy and Amy
- Bradley Clarkson as Ted and P.C. Selby
- Kulvinder Ghir as Bill, Ajay and Michael
- Dan Milne as the Reverend Timms
- Archie Panjabi as Meera
- This is the first episode animated by Makinnon & Saunders Ltd.
- This is the first ever Postman Pat project not to star series veteran Ken Barrie.
- This is Bradley Clarkson and Dan Milne's first episode in the cast.
- This TV series marks the return of Postman Pat TV series since 2008.
- None of the Cowboy Colin books have their titles written on their front covers.
- When Lucy and Meera shout "Yee-Haa!", their voices are mixed up.
- P.C. Selby should have known better than to stop Pat just so that he could read the new Cowboy Colin book.
- For some reason, P.C. Selby starts reading the new Cowboy Colin book from somewhere in the middle.
- Having ridden Pumpkin loads of times before, Pat should not be worried about doing it again now.
- Amy comments that Pat is a natural at handling horse, but she should know that by now.
- Amy should not need to remind Pat that Pumpkin is easily frightened by now, after he has ridden him so many times before.
- When Pat arrives back at the school at the end, the timing of when some of the children say "Hello, Pat." is out of place and some of them say it with different voices.