Today’s Woman:The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. Next, the show will be dedicated to voices from Iran featuring pre-recorded viewer phone calls, e-mails, and a blog segment.
News and Views:Leaders of Asia and the Americas face mounting pressure on stop the spread of the financial crisis and resuscitate moribund free-trade talks the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. U.S. President George W. Bush said on Saturday developed and developing nations need to work together to resolve the global financial crisis. In a last dash of diplomacy, US President George W. Bush sought China's help on Friday in pinning down North Korea to keep its shaky promises of nuclear disarmament. Wall Street staged an astonishing comeback on Friday, with the major indexes jumping more than five percent and the Dow Jones industrials surging nearly 500 points in a late afternoon rally, ending another volatile week that saw stocks reach six-year lows. President-elect Barack Obama on Saturday outlined his plan to create 2.5 (m) million jobs in coming years to rebuild roads and bridges and modernize schools while developing alternative energy sources and more efficient cars Our guest is Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba.
The First Two Days:The show will discuss “the chain murders in Iran”on its tenth anniversary with Mr. Roozbeh Farahani
Late dition:will feature US intelligence report and the issue of Somalia piracy.Our guest is Mr. Behzad Ranjbaran,Persian composer.
NewsTalk:The show will discuss Iran week in review, with Mr. Ali Afshari and Dr. Mehran Barati.