The classic British Situation Comedy 'Man About the House' was the highly successful product of comedy writers Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke, airing from 1973 to 1976 and drawing in an astonishing 20 Million viewers every week. It introduced us to Robin Tripp (Richard O'Sullivan), a womanising cookery student, lodging in an upstairs flat with two attractive young girls, Chrissy Plummer (Paula Wilcox) and Jo (Sally Thomsett). Downstairs at the flat in Myddleton Terrace, South Kensington, were George and Mildred Roper, acted brilliantly by the finest exports of Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop, Brian Murphy and Yootha Joyce. The landlord's of the property were so popular, they ended up at the front of their own series, the equally successful 'George and Mildred'. Richard O'Sullivan was also transported to Thames Television Sitcom 'Robin's Nest' with Tessa Wyatt, but this series didn't meet the same success as it's predecessors. This new book details the full story of these iconic series. With exclusive interviews with the cast, the book includes extensive biographies of all the main actors, together with a full synopsis of every episode, details of the film, filming locations, vehicles used on screen, stage play, and a complete A-Z of every support cast actor. The book boasts frequent memories and contributions from the people involved, including; Brian Murphy, Paula Wilcox, Sally Thomsett, Nicholas Bond-Owen, and over twenty-five other support cast and crew.