|Postman Pat and the Job Swap Day|
|Air Date||1st October 2004|
|Previous||Postman Pat at the Seaside|
|Next||Postman Pat's Disappearing Dotty|
Various working people in Greendale are swapping jobs for the day to raise money to fix the school roof.
- Sara Clifton
- Julian Clifton
- Mrs. Goggins
- Ted Glen
- Alf Thompson
- Bill Thompson
- The Reverend Timms
- Katy and Tom Pottage
- Nisha Bains
- Meera Bains
- P.C. Selby
- Lucy Selby
- Doctor Gilbertson
- Sarah Gilbertson
- Mr. Pringle
- Charlie Pringle
- Dorothy Thompson (cameo)
- Ajay Bains (cameo)
- PAT 1
- Ajay's Motorbike
- The Greendale Rocket
- Pat's House
- Post Office
- Greendale Primary School
- Greendale Station
- Thompson Ground
- The Surgery
- The Church
- The Vicarage
- Garner Hall
- The Old Pump
- Ken Barrie as Pat, Ted, Alf, the Reverend Timms, P.C. Selby and Mr. Pringle
- Melissa Sinden as Jess
- Carole Boyd as Sara Clifton, Mrs. Goggins, Doctor Gilbertson, Sarah Gilbertson and Charlie
- Janet James as Julian and Lucy
- Kulvinder Ghir as Bill and Tom
- Archie Panjabi as Katy, Nisha and Meera
- Some sheep from Season 1 are used in this episode.
- The picture that the children gave to Pat in Postman Pat's Birthday appears on the wall in the school.
- At the post office, Pat puts five pieces of paper into his hat, but at the school only four pieces are picked out. In consequence to this, Mr. Pringle does not take over the Reverend Timms' duties.
- At some points in the post office, the electric fan twitches slightly.
- When the Reverend says "Ah, lovely fresh." one of the sheep is walking on its hind legs.
- Pat should have taken his hat off when he went into the church.
- Throughout the scene in the cafe, the clock's big hand keeps jumping back and forth to times between 10.05, and 10.25.
- There was no need for Pat to ring the doorbell at the surgery if he was going to let himself in anyway.
- The Old Pump has moved to outside the post office.
- As Pat turns the corner to look for the Reverend, a string appears briefly on the road.
- At the credits. It was credited in 2003. Actually it was made in 2004.