Dear Granny Smith

Episodes

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01* *20091214

A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson; a heartfelt musing on the past, present and future role of one of the oldest British institutions, the Postie.

Why postmen used to have the best job in the world, and why it's heading towards becoming the worst.

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

Why postmen used to have the best job in the world, and why it's becoming the worst.

02* *20091215

A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson; a heartfelt musing on the past, present and future role of one of the oldest British institutions, the Postie.

The special relationship between the postman and his clients, and what it's like to be up at the crack of dawn.

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

The special relationship between the postman and his clients.

03* *20091216

A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson; a heartfelt musing on the past, present and future role of one of the oldest British institutions, the Postie.

Delivering letters is just the tip of the iceberg - how does the right letter end up in the right letterbox?

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

How does the right letter end up in the right letterbox?

04* *20091217

A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson; a heartfelt musing on the past, present and future role of one of the oldest British institutions, the Postie.

The end of the team talk and the beginning of new-fangled machinery.

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

05 LAST* *20091218

A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson; a heartfelt musing on the past, present and future role of one of the oldest British institutions, the Postie.

The tale of Tom and Jerry and the big grey boxes.

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.