TV’s top romantic moments to get you ready for Valentine’s Day

Christmas is now just a distant memory, Pancake Day has been and gone, so now it’s Valentine’s Day that is dominating card shops and shopping centres across the land. If you’re needing some gentle persuasion to get into the romantic mood, here’s a gentle push from the small screen. Television

Best romantic movies and film moments for Valentine’s Day

We all know Valentine's Day is about chocolate, flowers, promises you don't intend to keep...and heartbreakingly romantic movies that leave you weeping into your date's shoulder. But what romantic movies should you absolutely watch? From grand gestures to quietly restrained moments, romance abounds in the film world. So whether you're

Best romantic movies and film moments for Valentine’s Day

We all know Valentine's Day is about chocolate, flowers, promises you don't intend to keep...and heartbreakingly romantic movies that leave you weeping into your date's shoulder. But what romantic movies should you absolutely watch? From grand gestures to quietly restrained moments, romance abounds in the film world. So whether you're

Best romantic movies and film moments for Valentine’s Day

We all know Valentine's Day is about chocolate, flowers, promises you don't intend to keep...and heartbreakingly romantic movies that leave you weeping into your date's shoulder. But what romantic movies should you absolutely watch? From grand gestures to quietly restrained moments, romance abounds in the film world. So whether you're

Comic Relief US: Love Actually’s Sarah gets happy ending

Laura Linney's character sadly didn't end up with the lust-worthy Karl (Rodrigo Santoro) but she did end up with another heartthrob. Patrick Dempsey. Comic Relief US added a special scene to their Love Actually sequel which showed Sarah happily married to Dempsey. Laura Linney is back as Sarah in the Comic Relief US version of

Love Actually’s US sequel reveals if Sarah found love

The US version of Red Nose Day resolved one of Love Actually's most heartbreaking cliffhangers in a brand new sequel. Richard Curtis's extended version of Red Nose Day Actually was essentially the same film that UK viewers saw during Comic Relief in March, but with one major change. Related: Watch