WITH his profile as high as at any time across his illustrious career, due in no small part to his role in Sky TV's Guitar Star where he was arguably the only man cool enough to take over from the Fun Lovin' Criminals' frontman Huey Morgan, George
Benson's show was sold out well in advance with fans clamouring for the opportunity to catch an all-too-rare appearance on UK's shores.
Training party players not included in this squad: Leigh Halfpenny, Liam Williams, Matthew Morgan, George
North, Eli Walker, Tom James, Cory Allen, Jamie Roberts, Dan Biggar, Rhys Priestland, Rhys Webb, Mike Phillips, Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Ken Owens, Scott Baldwin, Samson Lee, Scott Andrews, Alun Wyn Jones, Luke Charteris, Jake Ball, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric, Taulupe Faletau.
Other locals included Johnny Morgan, George
Dawson, Eli Goldthorpe, Jimmy Harrison, Charlie Jebson, Leonard Mellor and Ernest Holroyd.
After a few swigs of Captain Morgan, George
was back in sparkling form for Parky and a surreal exchange of opinions with Roland Rat.
Starring Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, Jemaine Clement, Leslie Mann, Tracy Morgan, George
And youngsters like Priestland, Josh Turnbull, Damian Welch, Ben Morgan, George
North and Nick Reynolds have rolled off the famed production line.
Local winners included Ivan Jen, Wojciech Szalecki, John and Arlene Mayfield, John Neimand, Karol Kruse, Laurie Rowe, Sundra Malcola, Dan Reed, Louise Johns, James Smith, John Weatherwax, Sherri Morgan, George
and Susan Greenwald, Ann Marie Prengaman, Bill Mosier, Randy Jean Hiltbrand, Jane Kaija, Don Marsh, Joyce Bowerman, Sharron Lyons, Shirley Weightman, Betty Siebs, Rudy Fecteau, Cathy Peterson and Ralph and Mary Egger.
The other four are Joe Morgan, George
Brett, Ryne Sandberg and Barry Bonds.
SHOWTIME: Emma Hoyle is out in front with Sarah Elt, Gemma Jones, Stephanie Morgan, George
Hopkins, Clare Stringer, Juliette Holliday, Rebecca Kimber and Alexandre Marson looking on.
Those familiar with the enormous literature on slavery will hear echoes of Winthrop Jordan, Edmund Morgan, George
Fredrickson, Ira Berlin, and others in Wood's account but they also will find a succinct, tightly argued book that makes its own claim to originality about the contradictory ways in which a people proud of their own freedom could become entangled with slavery.
The Archbishop of Wales Dr Barry Morgan, George
Stack, the Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff and The Very Reverend Archimandrite Father Deiniol, of the Wales Eastern Orthodox Mission, state in the response: "Pastors, theologians and Church leaders of all denominations agree that offering organs for donation is a significant act of charity, and a reflection of God's freely-given love and care for us, including the gift of life.