As the Bradford City of Film celebrates its first decade, and the most romantic day of the year approaches, we thought we’d delve into our archives to bring you pictures of the timeless classic, Wuthering Heights, in all its various forms.

Over the years there have been many adaptations of Emily Brontë's novel, Wuthering Heights, from the rather inaccurate 1939 version starring Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon, to ITV's 2009 two-part drama series featuring Charlotte Riley as Cathy and Tom Hardy as Heathcliff.

Bringing Emily’s masterpiece to the stage in 2002 and 2009, it was a case of life imitating art for Northern Ballet Composer Claude-Michel who had fallen in love with the company’s principal dancer, Charlotte Talbot, during rehearsals, and later married.

One thing for sure, is that the bleakly beautiful West Yorkshire moors have often helped to define the way readers and critics have interpreted Wuthering Heights, bringing filmmakers back, year after year, to film in locations across the region including Oakwell Hall, Birstall, East Riddlesden Hall, and Keighley.