The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - Program Highlights -

This in­tense new po­lit­i­cal drama kicks off this week of­fer­ing plenty of in­trigue and ac­tion to keep view­ers glued to their seats.

It fol­lows a US nu­clear sub­ma­rine crew who are given a sus­pi­cious or­der to fire a mis­sile which would kill more than four mil­lion peo­ple in Pak­istan and es­sen­tially start a nu­clear war.

When they ques­tion the or­der, they’re fired upon by their own coun­try and are forced to seek refuge at a NATO out­post on a small is­land, while they work out what po­lit­i­cal game is be­ing played.

There are so many seeds planted in the open­ing episode youwill be bust­ing to see what they grow into. If ever a food se­ries was go­ing to get your mouth wa­ter­ing, this is it. It fol­lows in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned chef Yo­tam Ot­tolenghi as he re­turns home to Jerusalem, af­ter years work­ing in Lon­don, to dis­cover the re­gion’s bur­geon­ing food scene and di­verse food cul­ture.

Start­ing in the Old City, Ot­tolenghi tastes tra­di­tional dishes like falafel and hum­mus; while in the west of the city he tries foods in­flu­enced by Poland, Hun­gary, Morocco and Turkey, in­clud­ing stuffed aubergine with cin­na­mon and kibbeh soup. He also goes into the homes of lo­cal Arabs and Jews to learn fam­ily recipes such as a sheep’s cheese pas­try. Lastly, he meets some of

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