سه شنبه ۲ آبان ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۰۷:۴۷
Persian Primetime lineup 11/24
Today’s Woman will focus on the anniversary of the 1998 chain murders of Iranian intellectuals. Abdolkarim Lahiji, president of the Paris-based International Federation of Human Rights Leagues, and Parastou Forouhar, the daughter of two of the murder victims (Parvaneh and Dariush Forouhar) would appear on the show. They would talk about their latest attempt to bring the murders to justice as well as any other new development.
News and views continues its coverage of deliberations over the US/Iraq security pact, as Iraqi parliamentarians take their time to study the provisions of the Status of Forces accord.
NaV also covers reports that President Ahmadinejad praised Lebanese resistance against Israel, in a meeting with Lebanon's President Michel Sleiman, and reports that British Foreign Secretary David Miliband, who will visit Syria next week, praised Damascus for opening diplomatic relations with Lebanon and preventing foreign fighters infiltrating Iraq.
From inside Iran there’s an interview with analyst Behrouz Khaliq to discuss unemployment rates in Iran
We also speak with education professor Saeed Peyvandi to discuss the textbooks given to high school students in Iran.
Roundtable hosts Ms. Pouneh Goldouz, a prominent real estate broker in Dubai. Ms. Goldouz will talk about the decline of the housing market in Dubai, where once was experiencing soaring numbers. Ms. Goldouz will also discuss the effect of the real estate market in Dubai on Iranians' investments, and will also address the myths vs. realties of real estate ownership in Dubai.
Late Edition updates on the elections in Venezuela, and how the global financial crisis is affecting German car manufacturers. There’s also a live medical and sports segment, coverage of the American Music Awards, and a preview of the new film “Twilight.”
Newstalk features a discussion about human rights in Iran and around the world.