London Lite Thursday, 10 September 2009 9 Continued from Page 1 Gamesreview THE BEATLES: ROCK BAND (XBOX 360) HOW could Harmonix have made its utterly brilliant Rock Band series any better? How about by letting you play along with The Beatles, complete with replica instruments? (MTV Games, 49.99) ALISTAIR FOSTER POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite Sound&Lite 1 Batman: Arkham Asylum (Eidos) 2 Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo) 3 Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Activision) 4 Wii Fit (Nintendo) 5 Ashes Cricket 2009 (Codemasters) 6 IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey (1c Company) 7 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 (EA Sports) 8 Call Of Duty: World At War (Activision) 9 Fight Night Round 4 (EA Sports) 10Dissidia: Final Fantasy (Square Enix) Source: UK Chart Track TOP 10 GAMES ITNstaffleftshakenbysuicidalknifeman Death row gran begs for her life on fourth plinth CampaignerusesartworktopleaforBrit BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Condemned: Linda Cartys cutout on plinth as Mr Capaloff displays her plea Ladyinred...withalargewardrobe NOT content with making catchy pop tunes, Lady GaGa was busy promoting her new Heartbeats headphones in Paris yesterday. The Poker Face singer, 23, announced herself in a typical ridiculously over-the-top fashion by donning two garish outfits. Wearing red oversized futuristic sunglasses, a dark red- buttoned dress and stockings at Virgin Megastore, GaGa unveiled her collaboration with Dr Dres electronics company: pricey, jewel- like headphones. The flamboyant singer then dashed to a radio station across town in an attention- grabbing yellow metallic dress together with black gloves and a new pair of oversized shades, this time a more understated black. wardrobelargeawithred...inLady NOT content with making catchy pop tunes, Lady GaGa was busy promoting her new Heartbeats headphones in Paris yesterday. The Poker Face singer, 23, announced herself in a typical ridiculously over-the-top fashion by donning Wearing red oversized futuristic buttoned dress and stockings at Virgin Megastore, GaGa unveiled her collaboration with Dr Dres electronics company: pricey, jewel- The flamboyant singer radioatodashedthen station across town in shades, this time a more understated black. Fashion chameleon: A dressed-to-impress Lady Gaga launches her new headphones in Paris yesterday A BRITISH grandmother on death row in America today used Trafal- gar Squares fourth plinth to appeal to Londoners to save her. Linda Carty, 50, was sentenced to death in 2002 for her role in the murder of a 25-year-old woman, but her trial has been criticised as catastrophically flawed. A life-size cut-out of Carty appeared this morning on the plinth along with a recorded mes- sage, making her the latest person to take part in Antony Gormleys One & Other exhibition. Time is now running out and I appeal to every one of you and to the British Government to please help me, the former primary school teacher pleaded. Im sorry if I sound like a desperate woman. I am desperate, because the British people may be my last hope. If they ask for my life to be spared, maybe Texas will listen. The plinth slot was won by Brian Capaloff, a homelessness manager and opponent of the death penalty. Legal charity Reprieve put him in touch with Carty and its repre- sentatives were with him in Trafalgar Square today. Carty, a St Kitts-born Brit, is one of 10 women on death row in Texas. She was convicted over the abduc- tion and murder of Joana Rodriguez, seized with her four- day-old son by three men in 2001. The baby was found unharmed, but Rodriguez had suffocated. Carty contends she was framed by the three kidnappers, because of her work as an informant for the Drug Enforcement Agency. Prosecutors argued the men were hired by Carty who, unable to get pregnant herself, intended to pass the child off as her own. full of police officers, around 20 of them surrounded the building. The news is filmed just a floor above reception and people came running out of the studio to see what the commotion was about. Hundreds of staff were working inside the ITN offices, which also produces Channel 4 News. The employee added: The reception area was really busy and people were really shaken. One of the receptionists called the ambulance service and they took him away on a stretcher. The London Ambulance Service said the mans injuries are not life threatening. ITN programmes were not disrupted.