Today’s Woman features Iranian journalist Asiah Amani as a live phoner from Tehran. Also Human Rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh will be a phoner guest on the program. She will congratulate her on her Human Rights award and ask her about her work on behalf of women in Iran.
News and Views updates on Sec of State Rice’s trip to Denmark and her comments regarding Zimbabwe.
NaV also covers reports that have India and Russia signed a civilian nuclear deal that would see Russia build four nuclear reactors for power-starved India.
Additionally The broadcast conintues its coverage of the global economic crisis and interviews Dr. Siamak Shojaie, Dean of the College of Business and Finance at Central Connecticut State University.
NaV presents the 3rd installment in the censorship in Iran series, which focuses on censorship before the Revolution.
Roundtable to discuss (16 Azar) Iranian Student Uprisings with current and former Iranian student activist: Kianoosh Sanjari, Abdollah Momeni, Behruz Karimizadeh and Mehdi Arabshahi.
Late Edition offers a report on conference to promote online youth groups as a new and powerful way to fight crime, political oppression and terrorism. There’s also a live interview with a sports journalist about boxer Mahyar Monshipour, a story about the U Street neighborhood in DC, the art market in China, and a preview of new film releases this week.
News talk discusses the week in US foreign policy.