18 episodes

Having gained a fairly useless philosophy degree, Ian takes a job delivering the mail in a disaster of an ex-mining town. Vital life lessons are learned by our sort of hero as he struggles to fit in with the oddball locals and desperately tries to figure out where it all went wrong.

Ian's Gone Postal Feral Penguin Productions

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    • 4.7 • 6 Ratings

Having gained a fairly useless philosophy degree, Ian takes a job delivering the mail in a disaster of an ex-mining town. Vital life lessons are learned by our sort of hero as he struggles to fit in with the oddball locals and desperately tries to figure out where it all went wrong.

    S02E06 - The Denial Tryst

    S02E06 - The Denial Tryst

    The future of Dudley Moors hangs in the balance as a mysterious stranger arrives from Englandshire and brings with him the threat of…gentrification. Elsewhere, Sarah is having some serious regrets, Ian is seriously in love (again) and Two Eyes receives a lesson on the inner workings of financial market complexities.

    Ian’s Gone Postal was written by Graham Cameron and Ian Cowan.

    Directed and produced by Graham Cameron.

    Ian was played by James Kane

    Sarah by Yvonne Smith

    Blind John by Evans Dickson

    Farmer Tibletts by Kayleigh Gowrann

    Aoibheann by Kirsteen Swinney

    Herbert by Richard Elliot

    Giles by Lachlan Gray

    Junior by Callan Gray

    Tim by Mike Sutherland

    Voice Over Person by Charlie Ryall

    Two Eyes and Igor by Alastair Rennie

    Crystal Steph by Harriet Fergie

    Simon by Robert Carr

    Magnus by Piers Garnham

    And Nora by Lauren May

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This episode was recorded at La Chunky Studios, and engineered by Gasbard Casanova

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 22 min
    S02E05 - Shredding the Balloon

    S02E05 - Shredding the Balloon

    Back to the future, sort of, as we return to Dudley Moors six months from where we left off (sorry for the delay). After splitting up with Sarah, Ian’s drunken hospital adventure has resulted in some unforeseen ramifications. Elsewhere, Nora and Aoibheann’s complicated relationship has gotten even more complicated-er, Andrei has somehow acquired some military grade face masks, iSheep is slowly taking over the world, and Ian has to deal with Old Maggie and his dad’s squeaky bed issues.

    Ian’s Gone Postal was written by Graham Cameron and Ian Cowan.

    Directed and produced by Graham Cameron.

    Ian was played by James Kane

    Sarah by Yvonne Smith

    Blind John by Evans Dickson

    Farmer Tibletts by Kayleigh Gowrann

    Aoibheann by Kirsteen Swinney

    Old Maggie by Claire McEwan

    Giles by Lachlan Gray

    Junior by Callan Gray

    Tim by Mike Sutherland

    Voice Over Person by Charlie Ryall

    Two Eyes and Igor by Alastair Rennie

    Crystal Steph by Harriet Fergie

    Magnus by Piers Garnham

    Simon by Robert Carr

    Magnus by Piers Garnham

    And Nora by Lauren May

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This episode was recorded at La Chunky Studios, and engineered by Gasbard Casanova

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 21 min
    Seagull Pete Special

    Seagull Pete Special

    One of Dudley Moor’s quite literally forgotten characters is revisited, as we jump once more aboard the Seagull Pete train and ask some really important questions, such as...why? Seriously, why??! A broken past is revealed as Pete and Ron Livingston Seagull take a trip down memory lane, and a mysterious phone call drags them back into the present.

    Ian’s Gone Postal was written by Graham Cameron and Ian Cowan.

    Directed and produced by Graham Cameron.

    Seagull Pete was played by Alastair Rennie

    Ron Livingston Seagull by Carlos Wheeler

    Nigel by Chris Martin

    And Voice Over Person by Charlie Ryall

    More episodes shortly…we promise! Thanks for the patience x

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 7 min
    Season Two Outtakes

    Season Two Outtakes

    Owing to a small covid pandemic issue presenting difficulties over studio time, this episode we bring you the mid season two outtakes and announcement jazz about upcoming episodes.

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 14 min
    S02E04 - The Curious Case Of David Prutton

    S02E04 - The Curious Case Of David Prutton

    After the falling off a gate incident, Ian finds himself in the worst hospital in the world and Sarah considers the future of their relationship. Elsewhere, Nora and Aoibheann’s own relationship gets a bit complicated, and Two Eyes accidentally revolutionises the world of sheep.

    Ian’s Gone Postal was written by Graham Cameron and Ian Cowan.

    Directed and produced by Graham Cameron.

    Ian was played by James Kane

    Sarah by Yvonne Smith

    Blind John by Evans Dickson

    Farmer Tibletts by Kayleigh Gowrann

    Aoibheann by Kirsteen Swinney

    Old Maggie by Claire McEwan

    Giles by Lachlan Gray

    Junior by Callan Gray

    Tim by Mike Sutherland

    Voice Over Person and Secretary by Charlie Ryall

    Two Eyes and Igor by Alastair Rennie

    Crystal Steph by Harriet Fergie

    Nigel by Chris Martin

    Simon by Robert Carr

    Doctor by Iain Cowan

    Magnus by Piers Garnham

    And Nora by Lauren May

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 25 min
    S02E03 - Charles Dickens Didn't Die For This Nonsense

    S02E03 - Charles Dickens Didn't Die For This Nonsense

    Ian finally agrees to step up and address his and Sarah’s loss, but a ghost from the past, a pair of lycra jogging bottoms and a garden gate stand in their way. Elsewhere, Aoibheann sort of goes on a date, and Blind John is still apparently blind.

    Ian’s Gone Postal was written by Graham Cameron and Ian Cowan.

    Directed and produced by Graham Cameron.

    Ian was played by James Kane

    Sarah by Yvonne Smith

    Blind John by Evans Dickson

    Aoibheann by Kirsteen Swinney

    Old Maggie by Claire McEwan

    Voice Over Person by Charlie Ryall

    Crystal Steph by Harriet Fergie

    Newsreader by William Campbell

    Magnus by Piers Garnham

    Tim by Mike Sutherland

    Two Eyes and Igor by Alastair Rennie

    Giles by Lachlan Gray

    Junior by Callan Gray

    And Nora by Lauren May

    The music, Ticky Tack and Vittoro, were by Blue Dot Sessions - www.sessions.blue

    This was a Feral Penguin Production, for more information and other podcasts please follow us on twitter at @penguinferal

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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You’ll appreciate Ian and the rest of the characters as the story progresses. I’m not trying to oversell the season’s end, which was very well done, but its echo will stay with me.

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