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Today’s Woman will interview satirist Ibrahim Nabavi, and will discuss
the extreme popularity of its controversial Facebook poll.
News and Views offers the latest on the Swine Flu Outbreak. Dr. Hadi
Bahar, a member of the International Society of Medicine for Travel and
a specialist in travel vaccinations, will join to discuss the current
Swine Flu outbreak. NaV updates on the latest on the hunger strike by
imprisoned journalist Roxana Saberi, and will report on US government
discussions regarding sanctions on Iran. There’s more on the meetings
between Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan regarding regional policy, and a
report on Pakistan’s operations against the Taliban.
Mansour Taeed will be Roundtable's guest to discuss a one-man comedy
play written, directed and performed by himself. The play "Ma Jasoos
Neesteem" (We Are Not Spies) is about the situation of the minorities in
Iran specially the Baha'i's. The play explores the taboos and
misunderstandings that exist among Iranians about minorities.
Late Edition reports on US students testing their knowledge of the US
constitution. There’s a also a look at some photos of the week with
Ahamad Batebi, a report on Russian Nightlife, a look and Indonesian
street theater, a profile of the singer Ida Maria, and movies that are
premiering at the Tribecca Film Festival.
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London to
discuss news of the day.