Today’s Woman will discuss the Democratic National Convention, with Reporter Guita Arian covering the event live from Denver, including excerpts from the speech by former President Bill Clinton. The second segment will focus on Michele Obama, wife of democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Finally, the third segment will focus on events in Iran on the anniversary of the One Million Signatures Campaign with a possible phoner from Tehran.
News and Views continues in its live comprehensive coverage from the Democratic Convention in Denver, CO, with interviews and analysis.The broadcast also reports that four men and one woman have been hanged in a Tehran jail for murder, with two others given a reprieve, the latest in a series of hangings that have drawn criticism from rights groups. The five were hanged on Wednesday in Tehran's Evin prison, the state newspaper Iran reported.
NaV covers reports that Iran's state media is claiming that a senior aide to hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has held a "cyber debate" with a U.S. State Department official. The State Department official, whose identity was kept anonymous in the report, allegedly said he was tasked with explaining U.S. policies on Iran.
Roundtable hosts Dr. Jawid Mojaddadi to discuss the Iranian Studies at Rutgers University. He’s live from Princeton, NJ.
Late Edition features continuing coverage of the Democratic Convention, and will offer stories about the youth vote in the US, and about the get out the vote organization Rock the Vote. There is also a live medical segment and a report on the Venice film festival.
Newstalk features its weekly news roundup with PNN journalists. Topics include how the US election is being perceived in Iran, Sec. of State Rice’s trip to Mid-East, Europe’s views on the situation in Georgia, and the Venice film festival.