سه شنبه ۲۵ مهر ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۰۵:۳۸
Persian Primetime lineup 4/18
NewsTalk discusses the latest developments on the construction of the Sivand Dam. Panelists include journalist Homa Sarshar, Mr. Bahman Agha Diba, consultant, World Resources Company, and Persian antiquities specialist Shokooh Mirzadegi.
News & Views reports on President Bush's visit to the Holocaust museum. Defense Secretary Robert Gates travels to Jordan. Northeastern Illinois University professor Hamid Akbari discusses current events in Iran. New York correspondent Nazzy Beglari reports on the UN International Conference on Iraq's humanitarian situation. Interview with UNHCR spokesman Peter Kessler. Interview with the lawyer for Radio Farda reporter Nazzy Azima, who is being held in Iran. Israeli security officials say they have broken up an Iranian plot to recruite Israelis as spies.
Roundtable hosts director and playwright Mahmoud Karimi Hakok. Mr. Karimi Hakok has written and directed over 50 plays and films in his native Iran, in the United States, and in Europe. He is a professor of Creative Arts at Siena College.
Late Edition explores the debate in America over gun control in light of the tragedy this week at Virginia Tech.