Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal in "When Harry Met Sally."
Synopsis: Years after a post-college road trip, Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) reunite in New York City as they ask themselves an age-old question: can a man and a woman be just friends? Why it's so good: From proclamations of love on New Year's Eve to the endlessly quotable diner scene, "When Harry Met Sally" has remained a classic due to Nora Ephron's unparalleled writing. Modern romantic comedies owe a lot to "When Harry Met Sally" (1989).
Synopsis: Years after a post-college road trip, Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) reunite in New York City as they ask themselves an age-old question: can a man and a woman be just friends?
Senior politics and features writer
The Sunday Show begins its run on February 7
EVERY Sunday since the start of the year, viewers of the BBC’s Politics Scotland have been watching something of a broadcast beauty parade.
In place of former anchor Gordon Brewer we have seen a changing line-up that includes Gary Robertson, presenter of BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland (GMS), political correspondents Andrew Kerr and Linsey Bews, and Martin Geissler of The Nine.
Though the programmes were never called “auditions” you could be forgiven for thinking that is exactly what they were. The BBC has form in this area, after all. Two years ago, when it came to finding a replacement for David Dimbleby as the host of Question Time, at least six presenters were reportedly tried out, including Kirsty Wark, Nick Robinson and Mishal Husain.