Seven prominent Arizona chefs appear in “Savor the Southwest”: Robert McGrath, The Roaring Fork, Scottsdale; Chuck Wiley, The Boulders, Carefree; Lenard Rubin, The Scottsdale Princess Resort; Donna Nordin, Cafe Terra Cotta, Scottsdale and Tucson; Janos Wilder, Janos, Tucson; Roxsand Suarez Scocos, Roxsand, Phoenix; and Vincent Guerithault, Vincent’s on Camelback, Phoenix. Rounding out the all-star culinary lineup are Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, Border Grill, Santa Monica, Calif.; Robert Del Grande, Cafe Annie and Rio Ranch Texas, Houston; Loretta Barrett Oden, Corn Dance Cafe, Santa Fe, N.M.; Stephan Pyles, Star Canyon, Dallas; Jay McCarthy, Cazwellas, Telluride, Colo.; and John Sedlar, chef/author of “Modern Southwest Cuisine.”
Join us Sundays at 9:30 for a three-part adaptation of Agatha Christie’s famous work. Set in the darkening days of 1939, 10 strangers with hidden pasts are drawn together by a mysterious invitation.
In this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s masterpiece, premiering Sunday, April 1, at 8 p.m., an everyday moment triggers a crisis in the lives of a happy couple.
Follow the lives of three courageous, dynamic women who decide to leave their dark pasts behind in England and make the journey of a lifetime across the ocean for a new life in 17th century America.