Today’s Woman features a discussion about divorce in Iran. The guest is attorney Mohammed Hossein. There is also a blog segment continuing the discussion.
News and Views continues its coverage of the US attack inside Syria, and will have international as well as Iranian reaction. NaV reports that Mohamed ElBaradei, the head of the IAEA, told the UN General Assembly that Iran is blocking his watchdog agency from verifying whether the nation has any ambitions for nuclear weaponry.
There’s also coverage of reports that Iran opened a naval base on the Strait of Hormuz that's capable of keeping foreign forces out of the Persian Gulf, according to the Iranian navy.
From inside Iran we have an interview regarding the academic violations and denial of right to education in Iranian universities. We talk with a student, Shiva Nazar Ahaari.
Roundtable hosts Molly Williamson, former Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to the Secretary of Energy (2005-2008), as well as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for the Middle East, South Asia, Oceania and Africa (1999-2004), will discuss international perspective on energy policy, overall global marketplace, and will try to answer the questions of: why is it in the global interest for the planet to grow, and what does energy security, as well as security independence mean?
Late Edtion features a report on the US presidential candidate’s energy policies. There’s also a medical segment about stress, a report on nanotechnology, a profile of the photographer Afshean Hessem, and a look at the London Film Festival.
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London.