Today’s Woman features an interview with Susan Taylor, former editor in chief of Essence magazine, and she will discuss women empowerment. The show also features a 2nd installment of an interview with women’s activist Maria Rashidi.
The IAEA says Iran has agreed to cooperate with its probe of allegations that Tehran tried to develop nuclear weapons. The agency hopes Iran will provide the necessary clarifications about the allegations next month. We are efforting an interview with IAEA spokesperson Melissa Fleming on the story. India rejected U.S. ``guidance'' on what to tell the Iranian President when he visits the nation this month. ``India and Iran are ancient civilizations whose relations span centuries,'' India's External Affairs Ministry said in a statement yesterday. ``Both nations are perfectly capable of managing all aspects of their relationship.'' News and Views will also cover reports that Russia's Gazprom has signed a deal with Iran to develop oil and gas fields, and invest and engage in exploration of energy reserves. Iran and Gazprom have signed a memorandum of understanding to have bilateral cooperation in development of oil and gas fields, as well as investment and exploratory studies 2nd hour in studio guest, Doug Norrell Director of Legislative Affairs for Catholic Relief Services, will be here to discuss the Global Food Crisis.
Roundtable will have a live shot from Siamak Deghanpour in Philadelphia regarding the presidential primaries, and the program will discuss the primaries, and Democrat’s contest in Pennsylvania, with Mr. Shayan Samii. He will be live from Los Angeles.
Late Edition reports a possible soccer match in Los Angeles between the Iranian team and a US team.
Newstalk features Dr. Alireza Nourizadeh, live from London, and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio. Topics include corruption in Iran, Ahmadinejad’s comments that Iran is ready for negotiation on its nuclear program, Hillary Clinton’s statements regarding Iran, the Kumwait neighbor’s conference, and student demonstrations in Tehran. Siamak will be live at the top of the show from Philadelphia regarding the presidential primaries