16 Friday, 3 July 2009 London Lite police release cctv of pensioner before stab horror Man,22,isheld overtheknifing of shopper, 82 Cheatsprobe inYardexams plea for cancer mums Jokebox......... We want to push that distressed look a little bit further... DvD releases 1 The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (12) 2 Hes Just Not That Into You (12) 3 Slumdog Millionaire (15) 4 Vicky Cristina Barcelona (12) 5 Valkyrie (12) 6 Gran Torino (15) 7 The Reader (15) 8 Confessions Of A Shopaholic (12) 9 Seven Pounds (12) 10 Bolt (PG) Source: Lovefilm.com revolutionary road titanics Kate Winslet and Leonardo Dicaprio reunite for sam Mendess drama about a young couple surrendering to suburban life in Fifties america. Brilliantly acted and gut-wrenching stuff. (Paramount, 19.99, cert 15) POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite TOP 10 RENTALDVDs sound&Lite confession of a shopaholic isLa Fisher, once of home and away, finally gets top billing to shine in this fluffy comedy about a fashionable aspiring journalist whos living way beyond her means. credit crunch-friendly fun. (Disney, 17.99, cert 12) paul joseph gran torino as WeLL as directing, clint eastwood growls his way through this drama in which he stars as a grumpy war veteran who shuns his community but is forced to defend his neighbours when they get threatened by a local gang. (Warner, 19.99, cert 15) To order any DVD reviewed, please call London Lite DVD service on 01634 832789. All prices include P&P. che steven soDerBerGh directs Benicio Del toro in this two-part epic about the iconic revolutionary che Guevara. an absorbing way to find out about the man whose image has sold millions of t-shirts. (Warner, 19.99 each part or 29.99 both parts, cert 15) Before the attack: Ann Driscoll on Tesco CCTV WOMEN with cancer are being denied the chance of motherhood, doctors warned today. Patients can have their eggs frozen to stop chemotherapy destroying their fertility, but a new study at Barts And The London Trust shows many are told too late. Two out of five women turn it down because they do not have enough time before their cancer treatment. The hospital wants women to be told at diagnosis they could store their eggs. PART of the Scotland Yard exam for promotion to chief inspector has been dropped over fears some officers have been cheating. The presentation section of the test was temporarily suspended because one candidate is said to have received advance information from a friend who had already taken it. Two assessment boards were cancelled this week and an investigation has been launched. A MAN with a suspected history of psychiatric illness was arrested today in connection with a frenzied knife attack on a woman of 82. The 22-year-old suspect was seized at his home in the early hours after police received a tip-off. He lives near the scene of the attack in Burns Road, Harlesden. Police described the arrest as significant and said the man was being questioned at a police station in Brent. He is understood to have a history of mental illness. The victim, Ann Driscoll, was knifed six times in the neck and stomach as she walked home to her housebound husband Cornelius on Monday. The arrest came as detectives released CCTV footage of her shopping at Tesco in Harlesden High Street just before the attack. Police are appealing for anyone who saw her to come forward. Mrs Driscoll, who is making a good recovery in hospital, told detectives she was attacked from behind in the street as she carried shopping bags home. BY BO WILSOn 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