Today’s Woman: The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. The show will be dedicated to voices from Iran featuring pre-recorded viewer phone calls, featuring a phone interview with Samad Khoramshahi, lawyer of Fatemeh Pajoh who was executed recently in Iran. The show will also include viewer e-mails, and a blog segment.
News and Views: Unitesd States President George W. Bush delivered a broad and upbeat defense of his Middle East policies on Friday, yet cautioned that President-elect Barack Obama will inherit threats from Iran's nuclear programs, an unfinished Israeli-Palestinian peace accord and a fragile democracy in Iraq.
The US Defense Department said on Friday it shot down a missile in a simulated attack designed to test a proposed defense shield against strikes by long-range ballistic missiles.
The death toll from an overnight car bombing rose to 29 in northwest Pakistan.
Our guest is Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba.
The First Two Days: we will feature Amb. John Limbert, former U.S. diplomat who spent 444 days in captivity, to talk about a conference held at the NYU Center for Dialogs.
Late Edition: Top Story: US Missile.
Our guest is Mr. Kiumars Rezvani Far, the CEO of Passargad TV.
NewsTalk: The show will discuss Iran in review; with Dr. Mehran Barati, Mr. Ali Afshari, Mr. Jamshid Asadi, and Mr. Kourosh Sehhati