پنجشنبه ۳ فروردین ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۰۲:۳۴
Today’s Woman will be dedicated to voices from Iran featuring pre-recorded viewer phone calls, e-mails and a blog segment.
News and Views covers reports that Iran’s first nuclear power plant will become operational this week. There’s also updates on US policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as the latest developments in Iraq. Dr. Karim Pahravan, Senior Economic Strategist for Marc.L.Lane investment Management , and professor of economics at the University of Chicago, will comment on President Obama’s economic policy.
Ms. Monireh Baradaran, and Mr. Ahmad Batebi, both former political prisoners in Iran will join Roundtable to discuss the psychology of torture, and why Iranian government includes torture routinely in its interrogation of prisoners.
Late Edition offers comprehensive coverage of the Oscar film awards, with all the news, a report from a reporter who was there, and a “fashion police” segment that discusses who wore what. There’s a profile of a South African artist, a company that does “Eco Fashion,” and a report on Carnival in Brazil.
Newstalk discusses human rights in Iran and around the world.