سه شنبه ۸ فروردین ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۱۰:۵۳
Today's Woman will interview a civil society activist from Paris on her foundation's work in Tajikistan and other central Asian countries on behalf of women. A medical feature will look at the latest developments on stem cell research.
News & Views will report on the meeting between Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Syrian prime minister in Tehran; landmark international tribunal in the Hague to try the suspected killers of Lebanon's former prime minister Rafiq Hariri; US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to the Middle East and Europe in an attempt to improve relations with US allies; and Stevie Wonder's life and music being celebrated in the Obama White House.
48 Hours will interview famous Iranian diva Homeyra on her life and music.
Late Edition will report on Hillary Clinton using her second overseas trip to assess Middle East peace prospects; NASA's latest space exploration; and a fashion show in Italy.
Newstalk's panel discussion will cover an international donors conference for rebuilding the Gaza Strip held in Sharm-al-Sheikh; finger-pointing between the Iranian government and parliament in the wake of the revelation that than $1 billion in oil revenues are missing from the state treasury and Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu abandoning efforts to form a broad coalition government with his rival Tzipi Livni.