London Lite Tuesday, 30 June 2009 DVDreview push StyliSh sci-fi thriller about a group of people with special psychic powers trying to dodge a sinister government agency. Well-crafted with plenty of action to carry the mind-bending plot. (icon, 19.99, cert 12) Paul JosePh POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite Sound&Lite 1 (-) Clubland 15 (UMTV) 2 (1) Chilled 2 1991-2009 (Ministry Of Sound) 3 (5) Big Tunes Ignition (Hard2Beat) 4 (-) Summer Sessions (Ministry Of Sound) 5 (- ) Heartbreakers (UMTV) 6 (9) DJ Ez -- The Essential Garage Collection (Ministry Of Sound) 7 (10)Ultimate Pop Party (UMTV) 8 (-) Now Thats What I Call Music 72 (EMI Virgin/UMTV) 9 (7) Essential Reggae (Ministry Of Sound) 10 (3) Ska Mania (UMTV) Source: The Official UK Charts Company TOP 10 COMPILATIONS Trafalgae square GMTV hosts Kate Garraway, Lorraine Kelly, Ben Shephard and Andrew Castle are facing pay cuts and fewer days off. According to reports, the programme is cutting its sofa stars salaries because of the economic climate. Garraway, who earns a reported 280,000, could lose as much as 70,000 if she signs a new deal. Shephards estimated 300,000 would fall by 75,000. Insiders say Castle, believed to previously earn 240,000, has signed a new deal GMTVs sofa stars face big pay cuts E Continued from Page 1 with a 20 per cent reduction of 48,000. Highest-paid Kelly is thought to earn 350,000, but could sign for 87,000 less if she were dealt the maximum reduction. Presenters could also see holidays cut by as much as 50 per cent. Cuts: presenter Kate could lose 70,000 H Heatwave turns famous fountains green For Economics and Business Research predicts the heat will cause trains to run late. Todays temperatures will be com- parable to New Delhi in India at 36C and humid Singapore at 32C. The heatwave was forecast to be broken later this afternoon by light showers, with clear skies returning through the night. Tomorrow it is forecast to be six degrees warmer than Ibiza and even to beat Corfu by three degrees. By Friday there will be showers and temperatures will have cooled by a few degrees. But there is still a long way to go to beat the hottest temperature ever recorded in the UK, which was 38.5C in Faversham, Kent, in August 2003. the heat in London is comparable to India, and far exceeds temperatures in European holiday destinations. The sunny weather even made algae grow and turn the water green in the Trafalgar Square fountains. But in case anyone fancied a dip, a sign warned that it was unsafe for public use. George Goodfellow, a Met Office forecaster, said: This week weve had very warm air coming in from Europe and now theres definitely potential for this summer being a record breaker. Business analysts warned that the heatwave could cost British com- panies up to 190m a day as staff take sick days to enjoy the sunshine. As well as lost productivity, the Centre Just bearing it: a Guardsman swelters under his bearskin today Green goddess: a sunbather relaxes by Trafalgar Squares fountains today, where the heat has turned the water green index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html