London Lite Tuesday, 15 September 2009 TVDVDs entourage: season 5 THE latest series of the sparky comedy drama sees Vince Chase sliding from the A-list following his big movie flop. Martin Scorsese guest stars. (HBO, 24.99, cert 15) lie to me: season 1 SMART new drama starring Tim Roth as a lie detection specialist who helps police solve cases by his analysis of suspects body language, speech and facial expressions. (Fox, 34.99, cert 15) paul joseph POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT 1 (1) Now Thats What I Call Music 73 (EMI Virgin/UMTV) 2 (2) Big Tunes Back 2 The 90s (Hard2Beat) 3 (3) R&B Love Collection 2009 (UMTV) 4 (4) Hardcore Till I Die 2 (AATW/UMTV) 5 (- ) Ibiza 1991-2009 (Ministry of Sound) 6 (6) Land Of Hope And Glory (Decca) 7 (7) Just Dance (UMTV) 8 (-) Wigan Piers PTS Bounce 2 (Hard2Beat) 9 (5) Cream Trance Anthems Ibiza 2009 (Ministry of Sound) 10 (9) 100 R&B Classics Original Anthems (Rhino) Source: The Official UK Charts Company TOP 10 COMPILATIONS Sound&Lite H than 50 Dan Brown fans dug in and waited for Waterstones in Piccadilly to open at 7am today -- two hours earlier than usual -- to grab one of a limited run of 200 signed copies. Christine Spliid, from Denmark, was the first in the queue. She said: I came here at 4am to make sure I got a copy. I m h o p i n g i t m i g h t b e c o m e valuable. Peter Blackstock, a 22-year-old publishing assistant from Islington, said: You cant help but enjoy the twists and conspiracy theories that his books throw at you. But the book has already been panned by some critics. David Sexton, the Evening Standards literary editor, said: With The Lost Symbol he has delivered the marketing departments dream, a straightforward knock-off of The Da Vinci Code. THE moment Da Vinci Code author Dan Browns latest novel went on sale today, the race began to become the first in the world to finish reading it. A speed-reading competition was completed in Sydney as London fans queued before dawn to get their hands on the first British copies of The Lost Symbol. The book is the third outing for Browns protagonist Robert Langdon, played in the films by Tom Hanks. This time, he races around Washington DC unravelling conspiracies involving the secretive world of freemasonry. Australian readers were the first in the world to complete The Lost Symbol, with Sydney fans turning the first page in the State Library of New South Wales at 9am local time, or midnight GMT. The winner was Carly Palmer, 23, who beat 26 others to read the 509 pages in two hours and 34 minutes. The Lost Symbol, which has an initial print run of 6.5 mil- lion, is predicted to beat the Da Vinci Codes 80 million sales. More BY mARk BLUndEn Marks, set, ReaD!Race to finish Da Vinci authors latest bestseller First copy: Christine Spliid Take it as read: speed reading in Sydney 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.html36.html37.html38.html39.html