Oh No It's Selwyn Froggitt, was a 1970's Sitcom, set in the fictional Yorkshire town of Scarsdale, and featured Bill Maynard as Selwyn (a council labourer), Selwyn was also on the committee of his local working men's club, serving as concert secretary in charge of booking turns.
Also among the cast of Oh No It's Selwyn Froggitt, were Megs Jenkins (Mrs Froggitt), Robert Keegan (Maurice Froggitt), Rosemary Martin (Vera Parkinson - series 1), Lynda Baron (Vera Parkinson - series 2 & 3), Richard Davies (Clive), Bill Dean (Jack), Harold Goodwin (Harry) and Ray Mort (Ray, barman at the working men's club).
Clive, Jack and Harry, were Selwyn's colleagues, on the committee, at the working men's club.
The fourth and final series (starring Bill Maynard as Selwyn), was retitled Selwyn, and featured Selwyn, working at the Paradise Valley Holiday Camp, where he had been appointed Entertainments Officer, none of the regular cast (except Bill Maynard), from the first three series, appeared in Selwyn, the audience reaction to Selwyn, was disappointing, and a planned fifth series was cancelled.
There were 29 episodes (including the 1974 Pilot episode) of Oh No It's Selwyn Froggitt, shown on ITV, from 1974-1978.
I have enjoyed watching the first three series, of Oh No It's Selwyn Froggitt, on DVD.
Below, you can see the opening titles, for Oh No It's Selwyn Froggitt.
Below is an original Press Photograph (which I obtained on eBay).
Written below, the words which can be found on the back of the above Press Photograph.
Monday, September 30, 1974. 8.00pm.
"Oh No - It's Selwyn Froggitt"
Good-humoured, larger-than-life council labourer Selwyn Froggitt - played by Bill Maynard, pictured here - likes to impress people, he also likes to think he is dynamic, a "Mr. Fix-it", and capable of far more responsible and rewarding work than he is doing, but most other people have a different opinion of him...
Selwyn is the central character in "Oh No - It's Selwyn Froggitt", tonight's presentation, written by Roy Clarke, in Yorkshire Television's season of new comedies.
The comedy also features David Lodge, Daphne Heard and James Cossins.