The One Million Signature Campaign has been recognized with the 2009 Simone de Beauvoir Prize for Women’s Freedom. Today’s Woman will be broadcast live from Paris where anchor Hamideh Aramideh will interview Campaign members Simin Behbahani and Shahla Shafigh.
News and Views updates on the first day of the Obama Presidency, with domestic and international reactions to his administration’s new policies. NaV also has an update on the truce in Gaza, and will have a live report from Paris on the One Million Signature Campaign award. From inside there’s an interview regarding Iran’s relation with Hamas.* *There’s also an update on the Defenders of Human Rights Center. Supporters asked authorities to reopen the Center and Ms. Shirin Ebadi’s office.
This day on Roundtable is a 'Reporter's Notebook', with Ali Javanmardi. He will be discussing the role of Iran and Turkey in Northern Iraq, and the security of the region. He has reports and interviews that will be shared with our viewers.
Late Edition reports on the announcement of the Oscar nominations. There’s also an update on President Obama’s first day in office, a live interview with a Canadian MP about the new Obama administration, and a controversy surrounding the movie “Slumdog Millionaire.”
Newstalk features its roundup of PNN journalists who will analyze news of the week.