سه شنبه ۹ خرداد ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۰۱:۳۷
Persian Primetime lineup 7/1
an introduction to this year's Iranian Women's Studies Foundation
conference "The Essential Needs of the Iranian Woman Today", Today’s
Woman will discuss last year's IWSF conference "Achievements and
of Iranian Women, Perspectives for their Future". The following segment
will focus on long term and short term memory based on a recent New
article. In continuation of our weblog series, our last segment will
blog about the way age imposes on behavior. No guest.
and Views reports comments by a top US military official that any
to blockade the Strait of Hormuz would be considered as an "act of
war". Iran would "not be allowed" to take
control of the key oil route and an attempt to do so would provoke a
"vigorous" international response, said outgoing Fifth Fleet
Commander Vice-Admiral Kevin Cosgriff. We are efforting a phone
inside Iran we will have reporting and interviews on the following:
on Tuesday hanged a 19-year-old youth in prison in the
central city of Isfahan after his conviction for murder.
from Iran’s Press TV that an Iranian navy commander leading a unit that
arrested 15 UK sailors in the Persian Gulf last year has survived an
assassination attempt. Iranian
state radio says that at least 25 people are killed and 16 injured in a
accident near Tehran.
has an interview with James Glassman, current under secretary of state
former BBG chairman. He will discuss US
outreach efforts in the Middle East.
Edition will update the election situation in Zimbabwe.
Other stories include China’s version of the
TV series “Sex in the City,” making car fuel at home, and a small
that host thousands on of international motorcycle fans.
is joined by Nasser Mohamadi, via the
London studio. Topics include the energy shortages in Iran,
reaction to Seymour Hersh’s article regarding US secret operations in
the sentencing of an Iranian for spying for Israel.