Today’s Woman will include an interview with Ms. Sepideh Khosrojah, playwright and director based in San Francisco. Discussion will focus on Ms. Khosrojah's life accomplishments as well as her contributions to the Darvagh Theater Company.
News and Views continues its reporting on the global economy, and we will have Mr. Mehdi Varzi, Iranian Financial analyst and expert on energy, based in London, to discuss the recent decline in oil prices.
We’ll also have an interview from Inside Iran with Dr.Bijan Bidabad, a prominent economist in Iran and a top advisor to Iranian Ex president, Mohammad Khatami and one of the people who drafted the new tax policy.
Also covered are reports that private Iranian carrier Mahan Airlines announced on Thursday that it will operate three flights a week between Tehran and Baghdad, the first scheduled air link in nearly 30 years. Services were halted on the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war in 1980. The broadcast will additionally offer a live report from, as well as on set analysis of, last nights presidential debate.
Roundtable hosts Mr. Sharif Behrouz will be live in DC to discuss the hunger strike of ethnic prisoners in Iran and the confrontation with the Intelligence Ministry of Prisoners.
Late Edition reports on last night’s Presidential debate. There’s also a story of “who’s in charge” in Russia, a profile of an Iranian/American law student named “Tehran,” liquid crystal technology in Japan, and a review of the new film “What Just Happened.”
Newstalk hosts its PNN journalist’s roundup to discuss the news of the week.