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Great Britain's Scott Brash, riding Hello <B Guv'nor, competes in the Olympia Grand Prix during day seven of the Olympia London International Horse Show at the Olympia Exhibition Centre, London.
But for the guv'nor, who shares his name and his looks with his alter ego, it was always going to be a harder distinction.
And they've got a few 'undred witnesses to back that up guv'nor.
The guv'nor returns with his brand new "And another thing" tour - more outrageous and opinionated than ever.
Jack Dee @ The Coliseum, Aberdare (Thursday) * THE pope of mope, the duke of deadpan, the guv'nor of gloom - perennial grump Jack Dee is returning to the world of stand-up after a long time away.
That's why United are the success that they are and that's all down to the top man, the Guv'nor, who has had a youth team policy from the start so that the last wave - your Giggs and the like - have seven or eight hundred games each.
The guv'nor said they would go quick and he had the pace to travel.
PC SLASH Slash (Roadrunner) HE'S long been the guv'nor of rock'n'roll guitar but Slash's post Guns N' Roses outings have lacked a really good frontman, especially given the dynamic of his glory days with Axl Rose.
This is a horse who was competing in banded races last year and it says a lot for the guv'nor who improved him all season culminating with a great win in the Silver Cup at Ayr.
His dad Ted is The Guv'nor, one of Britain's most notorious villains and a family man with traditional values.
now be my but there chance he Guv'nor "While it would be great if it did happen, it's not essential as long as we're still successful.
4 The Guv'nor looks the business once again It has been a long way back for Paul Ince from his Blackburn nightmare, yet he now looks like the impressive manager that came through at Macclesfield and his first stint at MK Dons.
The guv'nor of gumbo, Dr John, serves up a bluesy I Don't Wanna Know and Allen Toussaint adds the aptly titled From A Whisper To A Scream.
JACK SAID (Cert 18, 100 mins) UNDERCOVER police officer Jack Adleth (Simon Phillips) is involved in a delicate operation to infiltrate a criminal gang fronted by the Guv'nor and his psychotic daughter, Natalie.
Officially the guv'nor on ratings in the jumps world - even above illustrious stablemates Kauto Star and Denman - the Paul Nicholls-trained six-year-old is not really a betting proposition for the ordinary punter, but will still be a sight to behold.