Today's Woman will focus on gender discrimination amongst Iranian universities with phoner guest Mahdiyeh Golru, student activist from Allame University in Iran. The following segment will discuss the crackdown on youth and Islamic dress requirements in Iran with phoner guest Abdollah Momeni, spokesperson of Advar Graduate Student Organization. The last segment will focus on women activists in Yemen, acknowledging their efforts to reserve a fifteen percent quota for political representation.
News and Views will lead with the resignation of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf. NAV will also feature a second installment in a series on bribery amongst government officials in the Islamic Republic, in particular amongst the judiciary and police.
Roundtable will feature a live interview with well-known newspaper editor Mashalles Shamsolvaezin, who was imprisoned in Evin Prison on charges of "insulting Islamic values."
Late Edition will have a report from sports reporter Ali Emadi who will discuss US Olympic Champion Michael Phelps and his groundbreaking medal wins in Beijing.
Newstalk will discuss the anticipated arrest of human rights activist Reza Firouzi with guests Roya Bouroumand of the Bouroumand Foundation and Human Rights contributer Elahe Hicks from New York.