Today’s Woman will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. In recognition of Iran's National Children Day, the show will discuss child labor in Iran and around the world with our guest Mr. Saber Mahdizadeh, children behavioral expert based in Sweden.
News and Views will offer comprehensive analysis of last night’s presidential debate. We’ll have a live report from our correspondent in Nashville, and Babak Yektafar and Mr. Manouchehr Ameri will be in the studio to comment. Following will be more in NaV’s continuing coverage of the global financial crisis, and Professor Jamshid Assadi will be live from Paris to discuss the impact of the world economic crises on the European financial market.
The broadcast advances its reporting that Iran's nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili protest letter sent to EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana over the West's attitude to his country's atomic programme. The P5+1 is to have a conference call today regarding the matter.
From inside Iran we have interiviews regarding strikes in various markets as a result of the introduction of the VAT.
Roundtable hosts Dr. Abdolkarim Lahiji live from Paris to discuss Iran’s new Islamic Punishment Law.
Late Edition offers a recap of last night’s Presidential debates, and a wrap up of the world financial crisis. There’s also a live report on Iran’s student movement, coverage of the recent Nobel Prize winners in science, and the London Q Magazine awards.
Newstalk features political analysts Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio. Topics include last night’s presidential debate, NATO’s meeting with Arab countries, and Iran’s economic situation.