Today’s Woman will include an interview with Ms. Mehr Mansouri, Founder of Children's Theater Company based in Los Angeles. Discussion will focus on the importance of theater for children as well as Ms. Mansouri's life and accomplishments.
News and Views reports Russia is refusing to discuss further United Nations sanctions to block Iran's nuclear ambitions, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said. Russia pulled out of a planned meeting on Iran tomorrow in New York with the foreign ministers of Britain, China, France, Germany and the U.S.
NaV continues covering the events at the UN with a package on the demonstration to free The two AIDS researchers detained in Iran, and highlights of the speeches by Shimon Peres and Hamid Karzai.
Iran plans to launch a satellite into space soon using an Iranian-made rocket, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said. This was the first announcement of such a launch with an all-Iranian made rocket.
Dr. Behzad Touhidi, From United States Department of Treasury who will join the program to discuss the recent cries in Wall Street and remedies proposed by Congress and Administration to correct the trend of market. There will also be an interview from inside Iran to discuss economic woes in that country.
Roundtable hosts Dr. Roksana Bahramitash from Montreal, Canada, to discuss the trends in the employment of Iranian women.
Late Edition reports on the US Presidential debates. There’s also a story on the politics of blogging, a live interview with Saeed Shafa, founder and president of San Francisco Iranian Film Festival, a profile of the multi-cultural singer Lila Downs, and a Milan fashion show.
Newstalk convenes PNN’s journalists for a round-up of the week’s news. Topics include the WH meeting regarding the US financial crisis, reports from Iraq on cooperation between Iran and Al Qaeda, and the latest on Iran’s nuclear program.