Today's Woman: Will discuss the topic "space and woman" with Hamed Behravan of VOA.
News and Views: The latest on President Putin's meeting with European Union leaders in Portugal, latest news on Iran including an independent Human Rights expert's report to UN on executions in Iran, Turkey's Prime Minister's latest remarks on the country's border issue, and Ms. Bhutto's visit to her father's tomb. Our guests are Dr. Khansari from London and Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba on the set in Washington.
Roundtable: Our guest is Aref from Dubai. Topic is a retrospective on the life of a pop icon. Bio: Aref Arefkia was born in Tehran, Iran on August 10, 1941 and was one of the first Iranian pop artists of his time. Aref received many awards, one of which was granted to him by the Shah himself. Aref received the Highest Cultural Imperial Medallion from the Shah for singing at the Asian Games of 1974 in Iran. In this concert with Tehran's Philharmonic Orchestra, Aref sang in front of 100,000 Iranians and in the presence of many International state officials and dignitaries. Aref performed his first concert out of Iran in New York City in Madison Square to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the American Independence. Aref and his family left Iran in 1979, following the Islamic revolution. He first lived in London for a period of 3 years, and then moved to Los Angeles. Aref has three daughters and one son.
Late Edition: Top story: Bill Richardson, Democratic candidate for 2008 election for presidency.
NewsTalk: Mehran Barati & Ali Afshari discuss a wrap up of the weekly Inside Iran news.